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  • Jamu : is  traditional medicine  in  Indonesia . It is predominantly herbal medicine made from natural materials, such as parts of plants such as roots, leaves and bark, and fruit
  • Right to Left : 1.Bubur Ayam :is an  Indonesian  chicken congee. It is  rice  congee with shredded chicken meat served with some condiments, such as chopped  scallion , crispy fried  shallot ,  celery ,  tongcay  (preserved salted vegetables), fried soybean , Chinese crullers ( youtiao , known as  cakwe  in Indonesia), both salty and sweet  soy sauce , and sometimes it is topped with yellow chicken broth and  kerupuk  (Indonesian style crackers 2.Lontong Sayur :is a dish made of compressed  rice cake  in the form of a  cylinder  wrapped inside a  banana leaf served with gravy of Coconut milk and boiled vegetables with spices, Crackers and boiled egg 3.Nasi Uduk :is an  Indonesian  style  steamed   rice  cooked in  coconut milk  dish originally from  Jakarta
  • Nasi Padang :is an Indonesian dish comprising of steamed white rice with various meat and vegetable dishes, is famous for its rich taste of succulent  coconut milk  and spicy chili Ayam Bakar : Grilled chicken served with sambal (chili) fried tempe and tofu and sweet soy sauce Soto Betawi :is a traditional soup mainly composed of broth, meat and vegetables. It is a common dish, found in many regional variations of Indonesian cuisine Nasi Gudeg : is a traditional food from Yogyakarta and Central Java, Indonesia. Gudeg is made from young Nangka (jack fruit) boiled for several hours with palm sugar, and coconut milk Warteg (Warung Tegal ) :one of the gastronomic kind of business that provide food and beverages at affordable prices. Also commonly abbreviated Warteg, this name as if he had become a generic term for middle-class diner down the side of the road
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  • Indonesia.ppt ok

    1. 1. Happy Watching FASCINATING MIRACLE O
    2. 2. Where is Indonesia?
    3. 3. INDONESIA• Situated in South East Asia• Indonesia is an archipelago that consists approximately 17,508 islands, It has 33 provinces• With Population over 238 million people (2011)• 3,5 centuries of Dutch colonialism, Indonesia secured its independence after world war II• A shared identity defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism within a majority Muslim• Indonesias national motto,"Bhinneka Tunggal Ika" ("Unity in Diversity" literally, "many, yet one")• The worlds fourth most populous country• The nations capital city is Jakarta.
    4. 4. Indonesia’s Famous of :• How To Make Batik• Traffic Jam in Jakarta• Jamu :
    5. 5. History of Indonesian Cuisine• Indonesian cuisine is diverse, why? Because its composed of approximately 6,000 populated islands• Indonesian cuisine varies greatly by region and has many different influences• Indonesia has been involved in trade due to its location and natural resources• Indonesia’s cuisine were influenced by India, the Middle East, China, and finally Europe. Spanish and Portuguese traders• The Indonesian islands Maluku are famed as "the Spice Islands", contributed to the introduction of native spices(cloves & and nutmeg) to Indonesian and global cuisine.
    6. 6. Traveler’s ideas about Indonesia• Anthony Bourdain Indonesia
    7. 7. Take your time to enjoy this•FOOD and CULTURE
    8. 8. This is True….• FOOD SAFARI INDONESIA• Some popular Indonesian dishes such as Nasi Goreng, Gado2, Sate, Soto are ubiquitous in the country and considered as Indonesian national dishes.
    9. 9. Eating Habit in Indonesia• The “ MUST “Breakfast :
    10. 10. Eating habit in Indonesia• The “MUST” Lunch :
    11. 11. Eating Habit in Indonesia• The “MUST” dinner
    12. 12. Desserts :
    13. 13. The Meal’s Prices :• Breakfast :Starting Rp.8.000 (EUR 0.65 ) until Rp.15.000 (EUR 1.20 )• Lunch :Starting Rp.15.000 (EUR1.20 ) until Rp.100.000 (EUR 9.00 )• Dinner :Starting Rp.30.000 (EUR 2.50 ) until Rp.150.000 (EUR 12.70 )
    14. 14. The Fast Food’s Price :• Mc Donald’s :Starting Rp.5.000 ( EUR 0.40) until Rp.100.000 (EUR 8.00)• Burger KingStarting Rp.12.000 ( EUR 0.96) until Rp.75.000 (EUR 6.00)• KFC :Starting Rp.5.000 ( EUR 0.40) until Rp.100.000 (EUR 8.00)• Subway:Starting Rp.12.000( EUR 0.96) until Rp.50.000 (EUR 4.00)• Pizza HutStarting Rp.15.000 (EUR 1.20) until Rp.150.000 (EUR 12.00)
    15. 15. Websites to know more about Indonesia• http://www.indonesia.travel/• http://wikitravel.org/en/Indonesia• http://www.indonesia.go.id/en• http://www.expat.or.id
    16. 16. Do you know one of them?• Anggun• Obama
    17. 17. Selamat Makan•World Famous Peop
    18. 18. Thank you for your participation

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