A Good Time to Visit Indonesia

Bali Visa  2021- Indonesia, is a beautiful country consisting of various islands part of its territory. It stretches from Sabang to Merauke and has a population of 273 million people. Indonesia is also known as an archipelagic country.

Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world. Indonesia has more than 17,000 islands, of which only about 7,000 are inhabited. Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua are the largest islands in Indonesia. In addition, Indonesia also has small islands such as Bali, Karimunjawa, Gili and Lombok which are local and international tourist destinations. Each island has a variety of natural beauty.

Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta is located on the island of Java, one of the largest islands in Indonesia. Jakarta is the center of government and all forms of entertainment.


Indonesia consists of various tribes, customs and cultures

Ya, like an archipelagic country, each island has its own tribe, customs and culture. Starting from traditional clothes, arts, culinary and cultural ceremonies in each region. Even though there are many ethnic, customs and cultural diversity in each region, it is the symbol of Unity in Diversity that unites them (different, but still one).


Bahasa is the official language in this country from various varieties of languages ​​in Indonesia. Where each region has its own regional language (about 700 regional languages). Bahasa is also used as a unifying tool for the nation as stated in the contents of the Youth Pledge (Language One, Indonesian).


The Indonesian government only recognizes six religions; Islam, Catholic Christianity, Protestant Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. For adherents of other religions, they are only recognized as believers. 

Islam is embraced by almost all Indonesians (86.70%), Christianity (Protestant & Catholic) is mostly embraced by several ethnic groups such as: Batak, Toraja, Dayak, Nias, Minahasa, Ambonese and others. Most Hindus are Balinese and Indian descendants in Indonesia, Buddhists and Confucians are mostly Chinese-Indonesian descendants.

National Motto

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” is taken from a quote from the book Sutasoma by Mpu Tantular. The national motto is taken from the ancient Javanese language. The word “Bhinneka” means diverse or different, the word “Single” means one. While “Ika” means that.

Bhineka Tunggal Ika (different but still one). Despite the various forms of ethnicity, customs, culture, language, religion, all Indonesian people are united in the bond of Bhineka Tunggal Ika. There is no difference when it becomes one Indonesia

Indonesian with Friendliness

In addition to the diversity that exists in Indonesia, what you need to know is that Indonesia has local friendly in each of its people and Indonesian people are easy to accept new people. A smile and high empathy will really make you miss when you come home after visiting Indonesia. 

Values ​​of life Indonesian People’s

The basic values ​​of Indonesian people’s life are mutual cooperation (gotong royong)  and deliberation for consensus (musyawarah untuk mufakat).

Mutual cooperation or “gotong royong” and mutual assistance are still deeply rooted in the value of life in Indonesian society, some regions in Indonesia still carry out community service to clean the environment.

Deliberation and consensus or “musyawarah untuk mufakat” is also the value of life in society to make joint decisions without feeling unfair when there are problems.

Good time to visit Indonesia

In addition to its beautiful islands, Indonesia also has a tropical climate (summer and weather). A good time to visit Indonesia is suggested in April to October where the month is still entering the summer. While from November to March sometimes the weather has entered the rainy season, sometimes the weather starts to be erratic, sometimes it is hot, rainy and accompanied by strong winds. So be enjoy to visit in Indonesia.

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