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About Inonesia

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with more than 18,000 islands. Indonesia and Monaco have the same flag but Indonesia’s is slightly wider.

In 2013 Indonesia is the 4th largest country in the world, with a population of around 250 million. Indonesia has the largest population with young pepole. In 2001 the country had around 165 million people under the age of 30. And only 8% of the population is aged over 60 years. 

One of the largest stadiums in the world is Jakarta’s Gelora Bung Karno Stadium. The stadium was completed in 1962 to host the Asian Games. The original capacity was 120 800 people. Which would have made it the second largest today. At some places in Indonesia you can meet the famous Komodo dragon. It´s the largest lizard in the world and can be up to 3 meters in lengths. And speak about large things, the world’s largest flower, Rafflesia Arnoldi, weighs up to 7 kg and only grows at the island Sumatra. It’s nearly looks like a flower from Super Mario. 

Some popular islands in Indonesia are Jakarta, Borneo and Bali.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in Bali

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in Bali

These gentle green terraces are not as accessible as other parts of Bali, but certainly well worth the effort for its beauty. Since it is not as accessible as the other rice terraces there are no crowds of pepole.
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Tanah Lot Temple in Bali

Tanah Lot Temple in Bali

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, renowned for its unique sea and sunset environment. The temple is an ancient Hindu shrine lying on top of a rock in the middle of constantly crashing waves. Tanah Lot Temple is simply among Bali’s icons and not to be missed.
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Pura Ulun Danu Bratan in Bali

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan in Bali

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a massive water temple complex in the shore of  Lake Bratan and near the mountains in Bedgul. Water temples serve the entire region in the outflow area of Lake Bratan, downstream there are many smaller water temples that are specific to each irrigation association.
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