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Indonesia markets itself as Wonderful Indonesia, and the slogan is quite true, although not necessarily always in good ways. Indonesia’s tropical forests are the second-largest in the world after Brazil, and are being logged and cut down at the same alarming speed. While the rich shop and party in Jakarta and Bali. After decades of economic mismanagement 50.6% of the population still earns less than US$2/day according to figures compiled by the World bank in 2009. This had come down by 6% in the 2 years between 2007 and 2009.

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Indonesia tourism and travel information including facts, maps, history, culture, transport and weather in Indonesia. Find popular places to visit …

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Indonesia Travel Guide featuring information on culture, weather, food, history, shopping, tourist attractions and travel tips. Indonesia Travel Information.

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Musywarah Nasional or MUNAS V Himpunan Pramuwisata Indonesia… January, 22nd 2010. Find a Tourist Guide in Indonesia. Now available tourist guide in …

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Indonesia Travel Guide: 18593 real travel reviews, tips, and photos from real travelers and locals in Indonesia at VirtualTourist.

The first Europeans to arrive (after Marco Polo who passed through in the late 1200s) were the Portuguese, who were given permission to erect a godown near present-day Jakarta in 1522. By the end of the century, however, the Dutch had pretty much taken over and the razing of a competing English fort in 1619 secured their hold on Java, leading to 350 years of colonization. The British occupied Java from 1811 to 1816, and as a result Indonesians still drive on the left.In 1824, the Dutch and the British signed the Anglo-Dutch Treaty which divided the Malay world into Dutch and British spheres of influence, with the Dutch ceding Malacca to the British, and the British ceding all their colonies on Sumatra to the Dutch. The line of division roughly corresponds to what is now the border between Malaysia and Indonesia, with a small segment becoming the border between Singapore and Indonesia.

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Indonesia in general… Beautiful country with diversified landscapes With more of 17000 islands, Indonesia is a country with a lot of kind of landscapes.

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Indonesia Cultural Generalities,Cultural Generalities from Indonesia Supplier-Find Variety Cultural Generalities from , Suppliers Located in Indonesia, Buy …

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GENERALITIES 1) Indonesia Road Trip is an event organizer whose purpose is to discover Indonesia by motorcycle. 2) To do so, the …

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General information about Indonesia: capital, currency, official language, climate…All you need to know about Indonesia.

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Indonesian relations are at a critical juncture, and President Obama’s planned trip to Indonesia allows the United States to move beyond generalities and take …

You want to travel to Indonesia? The Indonesia participative guide will help you find out more about visas, passports and entry requirements to travel to Indonesia. Do you have useful tips to share with us?

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All travelers to Indonesia must be in possession of passports valid for at least six months from date of arrival and have proof (tickets) of onward or return passage

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Formalities to enter in Indonesia, entry requirements, passports, visas.

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Bali Island of Paradise – General Information about Bali Island, Find out Where’s Bali Island? weather, lands, beaches, flora and fauna, population, people, …

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The Imigration All visitors travelling to Indonesia must be in possession of a passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival and have proof of …

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All travelers to Indonesia must be in possession of passport valid for at least six months from date of arrival and have proof (tickets) of onward or return passage.

Indonesia allows visa free entry to the citizens of 15 countries. The nationals of these countries who are going on holiday, attending conventions or engaging in similar such activities are allowed to stay in Indonesia of up to 30 days without a visa. This type of visa cannot be extended, transferred or converted to any other kind of visa; nor can it be used as a working permit. Those visitors eligible under the visa waiver program have a visa issued at the Indonesian border checkpoints with that issuance subject to the discretion of the visa officer. The visa is not for employment and is not extendable. The citizens of the following countries are eligible: Brunei, Cambodia, Chile, Ecuador, Hong Kong SAR (Special Administrative Region), Laos, Macau SAR (Special Administrative Region), Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam[4].

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Indonesia Government had granted visa on arrival favor to 52 countries to be able to purchase the visa on arrival facility upon their arrival in Indonesia’s …

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Citizens from the following countries are given Short Term Visitor Visas for purposes of holiday, exhibition, tourism, business, and social-culture and valid for 30 …

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Indonesia Visa Services: Secure Online Application; Tourist, Business, Private Visas to Indonesia. Comprehensive Information on Indonesia Visa Requirements …

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Please note that the Indonesian Embassy and the Consular & Visa Section close on UK and Indonesian Public Holiday. For further information on these dates …

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Detailed information on the variety of documents needed for expats living in Indonesia, with topics ranging from visas to work permits and more.

In Indonesia, salaries vary from US$70-150/month for the local people. The sales clerks that you see at luxurious shopping malls like Plaza Indonesia earns between US$110-140. This is very small even for the Indonesians. Some adults above 20 stay with their parents to save money. Nevertheless, the main reason they stay with parents is it is considered impolite to leave parents on their own.

Expats usually earn higher salaries. An English teacher could make between Rp 7,500,000-8,000,000 (US$800-850) and that is considered high by the local standard.

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Work in Indonesia, information on working holidays, volunteering opportunities abroad and study overseas – Lonely Planet.

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Are you one of the many expats who would like to look for work in Indonesia? Then, this article is for you! We get many inquiries on this site and postings on the …

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Job Vacancies. Perempuan bajo memiliki peran penting dalam struktur masyarakat tersebut. Banyak kepercayaan masyarakat bajo yang masih …

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Get an Indonesian work permit and work in Indonesia.’www.undp.or.id/jobs/

 

Infrastructure in much of the country remains rudimentary, and travellers off the beaten track will need some patience and flexibility.

According to the “Energy Access” Working Group Global Network on Energy for Sustainable Development, in 2001; 53.4% of the Indonesian population had access to electricity, and they consumed 345 kWh per capita electricity consumption (kWh/capita). In the same year the residents of nearby Singapore had 100% access, and they consumed 6,641 kWh/capita. A very large percentage of the Indonesian population remain reliant upon wood for a cooking fuel. The central government has in recent years instituted a program of LPG gas access for use as replacement for the burning of bio-mass sources for cooking.

 

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Booking your Indonesia hotel is quick and easy with Wotif.com. Access to deals from 1506 Indonesia hotels. Why not, when you can Wotif.

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Indonesia Accommodation: Find 206097 traveler reviews and 140 candid photos for 2234 Indonesia Hotels on TripAdvisor.

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Ecolodges Indonesia … are proud to present, for the Eco Traveler, (six) unique Eco Friendly hotels (for accommodation and tours) in Bali, Borneo (Kalimantan), …

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Indonesia Hotels. Indonesia Accommodation with descriptions, photos, maps and discounted rates for online reservation.

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Exclusive deals on a wide range of accommodation throughout Indonesia. Detailed guides and hotel reviews. Book now with no hidden costs & instant …

Since the 1960s Australia has been an important centre for the study of Indonesian language and culture. Indonesian has been popular both in our primary and secondary schools, and at the tertiary level where it is one of the ‘big three’ Asian languages, together with Japanese and Chinese. So why do students choose to study Indonesian? Consider the following:

Strategic Importance

Indonesia is one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world. With over 220 million people and more than eighteen thousand islands linking the Pacific and Indian Oceans it is of great environmental, cultural, political, and economic interest to the countries in the Asia Pacific region.

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Opening the door to universities in Indonesia. Available to Australian and overseas students and private individuals.

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Study Abroad In Indonesia: Comprehensive directory of study abroad programs in Indonesia.

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Since the 1960s Australia has been an important centre for the study of Indonesian language and culture. Indonesian has been popular both in our primary and …

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2013 Postgraduate Area of Study Handbook entry for Indonesian studies (PG040), managed by the the Faculty of Arts.

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Indonesia Study Group. Meetings are held from 12.30 to 2.00 pm in the Arndt Room (Seminar Room B), Coombs Building, Fellows Road, ANU …

The bad news is that every disease known to man can be found somewhere in Indonesia — the good news is that you’re probably not going to go there. Malaria prophylaxis is not necessary for Java or Bali, but is wise if travelling for extended periods in remote areas of Sumatra, Borneo, Lombok or points east. Dengue fever can be contracted anywhere and using insect repellents (DEET) and mosquito nets is highly advisable. Hepatitis is also common and getting vaccinated before arriving in Indonesia is wise.

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Health & Medical Insurance advice from Global Insurance in Indonesia

Individual Plans – Family Plans – Group Plans – Free Quote

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Limited number of health workers affected health service in Indonesia . In 2006, ratio of general practitioners was 19.9 per 100,000 population …

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The quality of healthcare is high in Indonesia. Learn what to do if you fall ill, who to call and what to say.

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Empowerment is done by providing health care, parenting, and protecting from …. Vector borne diseases remains a significant health problem in Indonesia.

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Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world at 240 million & this figure is expected to grow some 22% between 2010 …

Bank Indonesia mempunyai satu tujuan tunggal yakni mencapai dan menjaga kestabilan nilai rupiah. Hal ini mengandung dua aspek yakni kestabilan nilai mata uang rupiah terhadap barang dan jasa yang tercermin pada laju inflasi; serta kestabilan nilai mata uang rupiah terhadap mata uang negara lain yang tercermin pada perkembangan nilai tukar. Dari segi pelaksanaan tugas dan wewenang, Bank Indonesia menerapkan prinsip akuntabilitas dan transparansi melalui penyampaian informasi kepada masyarakat luas secara terbuka melalui media massa setiap awal tahun mengenai evaluasi pelaksanaan kebijakan moneter, dan serta rencana kebijakan moneter dan penetapan sasaran-sasaran moneter pada tahun yang akan datang. Informasi tersebut juga disampaikan secara tertulis kepada Presiden dan DPR sesuai dengan amanat Undang-Undang.

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The Central Bank of Republic of Indonesia, includes information on policy, regulation, economic statistics and exchange rates.

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Bank sentral Republik Indonesia. Berita berita, siaran pers, kurs BI, profil dan data perbankan Indonesia.

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The Website of Bank BNI Singapore, Indonesia’s leading banking and financial services organisation.

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Inside Indonesia: Banks & Money – Before you visit Indonesia, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.

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There are quite a few banks (over 200 banks) in Indonesia. One of the reasons is the entry investment to open a bank is quite low, the lowest in South East Asia.

The information in this booklet is based on tax law and practice. This booklet is intended as a general guide. In specific circumstances, professional advice should be sought.

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The information in this booklet is based on tax law and practice. This booklet is intended as a general guide. In specific circumstances, professional advice …

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PKF Worldwide Tax Guide 2012. I. FOREWORD. A country’s tax regime is always a key factor for any business considering moving into new markets. What is the …

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An introduction to the regulations applicable to individual/personal income taxes for expatriates in Indonesia.

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All about the 30 Percent Rule. Also tax responsibilities for residents, non-residents and partial non-residents.

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Introduction to the Indonesian Tax System. The major taxes in Indonesia are levied at the national level. The exceptions are transfer tax of motor vehicles and …

Do you need to take a train, a bus, a plane, or rent a car in Indonesia? Our Indonesia participative guide, written by expats and designed for expats will help you find out more about transportation means in Indonesia. Do you have good addresses or useful tips to share with us? Add an article! Everybody can participate!

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Unlike many cities in North America (like Los Angeles) which force you to drive, you can actually walk or take public transportation in Indonesia. If you don’t have …

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Do you need to take a train, a bus, a plane, or rent a car in Indonesia? Find out more about transportation means in Indonesia.

Transport in Indonesia. Arriving and departing using public transportation in Indonesia such as busses, trains, car hire, flights and ferries – Lonely Planet.

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All transport modes play a role in Indonesia’s transport system and are generally complementary rather than competitive. Road transport is the predominant …

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Indonesia Transports,Indonesia TransportsSuppliers and Manufacturers Directory- Source a Large Selection of Transports Products at Sea Freight, …

Foreigners holding a KITAS or a KITAP are allowed to obtain an Indonesian driver’s license – SIM (Surat Izin Mengemudi) anywhere in the country. Tourists, Sosbud visa holders and Business visa holder can be issued a SIM valid for 1 or 3 months anywhere were the Direktorat Lantas is equipped with correct software – Bali, Jogja, Jakarta, Manado, Makassar, etc.

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Indonesian Driving License or Surat Izin Mengemudi is a legal document required in Indonesia before they are allowed to drive a motor vehicle. The Indonesian …

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The procedure for expatriates to get a driver’s license or SIM in Jakarta.

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Australian citizens in Jakarta who wish to apply for an Indonesian driver’s licence should contact the POLDA (Police Regional Office) whose jurisdiction covers …

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Is your driver’s license valid? Find out if it is and if not, how to exchange it for an Indonesian one.

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Indonesia Expat Info Center Guide – Indonesia Useful Information provides Expatriates with the Indonesia Driving License, International License.

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News from Indonesia: removal of the KNIL. License … Related. News from Indonesia: arrival of the commission general unveiling of a monument at the cemetery …

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How to prepare your house moving to Indonesia, organizing your furniture shipping in Indonesia.

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INDONESIA. Removal of pesticide subsidies. As a low income country with a large and fast-growing population, Indonesia has traditionally put high priority on …

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Browse list of Indonesia Removal Gel Products offered by Indonesian Removal Gel suppliers & manufacturers. Also find list of Removal Gel buyers & importers …

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Indonesia Removal Companies – Professional Moving firms with outstanding quality service: BAR Indonesia Removal companies, Indonesia Removals Cheap …

While industry and government agencies need to secure thousands of professionals to work across these diverse fields there has been a clear shortage of professionals with the appropriate communications skills in Indonesian. This means that it has often been left up to the Indonesians to acquire the linguistic and cultural knowledge required for an efficient workplace.

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Austrade’s ICT to Indonesia industry country profile provides Australian exporters with information such as trends and opportunities, tariffs and …

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Communications information about Indonesia. … Indonesia’s Communications | Indonesia Communications. Advertisement. Select a country, Afghanistan …

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Indonesia Communications. International Business Communication, handshaking, introductions Shake hands upon greeting and leaving, and always using your …

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Indonesian communications minister Tifatul Sembiring, chief of the Islamic Prosperous Justice Party, is calling for an Internet blacklist to be …

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Sport is an important national and social activity in Indonesia with a wide variety of options for sporting activities available. Football and racquet sports, especially badminton, are among the most popular. Water sports are extremely popular with tourists, from surfing and windsurfing to diving and snorkelling.

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Indonesia Leisure, Tour Advisor for all islands in Indonesia.

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As a country with enormous natural and cultural wealth, Indonesia offers a myriad of tourism spots to explore and relax in anytime you want.

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Find inspiration on how to spend your leisure time, with information on things to do and places to go in Indonesia.

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Search for the coolest Indonesia Leisure and most entertaining leisure activities in at 88DB.co.id, Indonesia, Asia-Pacific’s service portal. The site is a complete …

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Purawisatajogja is a tourist resort in Yogyakarta. A complete package of Dinner, Ramayana Ballet, Cultural Workshop and Gazebo Garden Restaurant is the …

There a massive earthquake with Magnitude 8.7 hit west coast of Sumatra at 5pm MY time today. I could feel the tremor from here, its really frightening. Tsunami warning issued. I pray nothing serious will happen.

Have you any advice or information you want to share with us about life in Indonesia? If you cannot find appropriate category to post your message

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Useful information and tips about living in Indonesia: all you need to know to live in Indonesia.

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Get the answer to: Earthquake in Sumatra, Indonesia.

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A profile of Miscellaneous in Indonesia with directories of companies, people, industry sectors, projects, facilities, news and events.

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