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Indonesia, comprised of numerous islands, integrates diverse cultural influences with its natural landscapes. Borobudur Temple stands as a historical site, reflecting the country's rich heritage, while cities like Jakarta represent modern urban development. The customs and traditions found across its islands play a significant role in shaping Indonesia's national identity and its international influence.

The country's landscapes, from Borneo's forests to Bali's beaches, form a crucial part of its cultural narrative. Surfing, which gained popularity in Indonesia around 1966, has become a major attraction, drawing enthusiasts to some of the world’s top surfing locations. Bali, in particular, stands out as Indonesia’s most renowned island, capturing the attention of tourists and surfers for its distinctive blend of cultural and natural elements. Indonesia's varied geography provides a diverse canvas for exploration, offering opportunities for both adventure and relaxation.


Economics & Tourism


Cost Of Living Index

Annual Tourists
15 million

Homicide Rate
0.6 per 100,000

Median Income

Tourism Revenue
$ 1.7 billion (2022)

Top Activities
Beach Activities, Cultural Tours, Scuba Diving

Source: World Bank | CIA World Factbook | Statista | Trading Economics | UNODC | NUMBEO



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