A wide variety of destinations and activities, high levels of trust and safety, together with an excellent infrastructure and connectivity, make Indonesia the ideal destination for meeting-oriented tourism.
The Indonesian archipelago is a collection of islands that holds untold treasures in its diversity of cultures, landscapes, and cities. With nearly 13,500 islands under its jurisdiction, Indonesia offers an adventure for everyone, from exploring ancient temples and hiking active volcanoes to diving in largely untouched waters. You can wander the busy streets of Jakarta, or take a step back in time with a visit to the remote villages of Tana Toraja; indulge in the bliss of Bali, or come face to face with the volatile Anak Krakatau. Whatever you choose, the experience is sure to be one filled with awe and appreciation for a country as steeped in history and natural beauty as this one.
Other Indonesia cities and destinations like;
Surabaya , Bangdung, Medan , Bekasi, Concepción, West Jakarta, South Jakarta, Palembang and Depok also focus on international meeting activities thanks to their ample service network and their privileged natural surroundings, which allow carrying out a wide variety of activities around tourism.
Population and Territory
The population of Indonesia according to the 2010 national census was 237.64 million, and it was estimated to reach 255.4 million in 2015. 58% live on the island of Java, the world’s most populous island. It shares borders land borders with 3 countries: Malaysia, Timor-Leste and Papa New Guinea.
As one of the most diverse countries in the world, many Indonesians speak multiple languages.
There are more than 300 native languages spoken in Indonesia. The national language, “Bahasa Indonesia”, is spoken as mother tongue by around 7 percent of total population, according to University of Washington’s Asian Languages and Literature.
Bahasa Indonesia, which literally means the ‘Indonesian language,’ is spoken by most Indonesians as their second language as it is the “unifying language.”
Indonesia shipped US$144.5 billion worth of products around the globe in 2016. That figure represents roughly 0.9% of overall global exports estimated at $16.236 trillion. 7.1% of Indonesian exports were bought by African importers.
Indonesia top trading partner in Africa: 1. South Africa 2. Nigeria
Indonesia top trading partner in the world: 1. Japan 2. United States 3. Singapore
The Indonesian Rupiah is the currency of Indonesia. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Indonesia Rupiah exchange rate is the USD to IDR rate. The currency code for Rupiahs is IDR, and the currency symbol is Rp. 1 NGN = 38.28959 IDR
Indonesia is a country that contains great economic potential; a potential that has not gone unnoticed to part of
the global community. Indonesia – Southeast Asia’s largest economy – contains a number of characteristics that puts the country in a great position for newly advanced economic development.
What are Indonesia’s strengths that explain structural macroeconomic growth?
Abundant and diverse natural resources.
Young, large and burgeoning population (rapidly expanding middle class).
Political stability (relatively).
Prudent fiscal management since the late 1990s.
Strategic location in relation to the giant economies of China and India.
Low labor costs.
Being an emerging market, there is a lot that needs to be built/developed.
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