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Universities,
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, Where to go & What to see 

Bali: Benoa, Besakih, Celuk, Denpasar, Gianyar, Gilimanuk, Karangasem, Kintamani, Kuta, Mas, Nusa Dua, Padangbai, Sanur, Tanah Lot, Taro, Ubud,
Java: Ambarawa, Bandung, Banten, Banyuwangi, Batu, Baturraden, Bogor, Bromo, Dieng, Jakarta, Jatiluhur, Klaten, Madura, Magelang, Malang, Pangandaran, Pasir Putih, Pelabuhan Ratu, Prambanan, Pulau Seribu, Puncak, Salatiga, Semarang, Solo (Surakarta), Surabaya, Tretes, Trowulan, Ujung Kulon, Yogyakarta,
Lombok
: Ampenan Mataram
Kalimantan
: Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Palangkaraya, Pontianak,
Maluku
: Ambon, Banda, Halmahera, Seram
Papua
: Asmat, Biak, Jayapura,
Sulawesi: Bira, Bunaken, Kendari, Makassar, Manado, Palu, Rantepao, Selayar, Tana Toraja,
Sumatra: Banda Aceh, Batam, Bintan Bukittinggi, Gunung Leuser, Medan, Mentawai, Nias, Padang, Palembang, Prapat, Samosir,
West and East Nusa Tenggara: Flores, Komodo, Sumba, Sumbawa, Kupang,

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Indonesia: much more than Jakarta and Bali

Indonesia is the world's largest tropical archipelago of more than 18,000 islands. 
The major islands are Java, Sumatra and Bali
Java alone is home to almost 50 percent of the total population of 250 million.

Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, after China, India and the USA. 
With three time zones Indonesia could span the Atlantic Ocean from Nova Scotia to the coast of Portugal or from Ireland to Greece. 

Experience this surprising destination:
From riverbank slum to president: meet Indonesia's new president Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo
Yogyakarta Royal Wedding (October 2011)
YogyakartaRoyal Wedding (October 2013) 
Traditional songs from Eastern Indonesia (NTT province)
West Papua modern songs
Traditional song from Maluku
Music from Sulawesi performed by children
Minangkabau music from Sumatra
Balinese traditional dance
Balinese gamelan
Javanese court dance (Yogyakarta)
Javanese dance

West Java Angklung
Wayang performance in Surakarta (Solo)
Saman dance (Aceh)
Sexy dangdut 
Shadow puppet performance

Learn much more in 'Enjoying Indonesia 2016': our free travel book from an insiders' perspective. Download your free PDF copy here.
Download the free Soda PDF reader and read Enjoying Indonesia in 3D.

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National Holidays, 2016:

> January 1: Tahun Baru (New Year)
> February 8: Imlek (Chinese New Year) 
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March 9: Nyepi (Hindu New Year -Bali is closed off during 24 uur)
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March 25: Jumat Agung (Good Friday)
> March 27: Hari Paska (Easter)
> May 1: Hari Buruh Internasional (International Labor Day)
> May 5: Kenaikan Isa Almasih (Ascension)
> May 6: Isra M'raj Nabi Muhamad SAW (The Prophet's Ascension)
> May 22: Waisak (celebration of Lord Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death -Waisak Festival at Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java)
> July 6-7: Idulfitri (end of the fasting month)
> August 17: Hari Kemerdekaan RI ke-71 (71st Independence Day)
> September 12: Idul Adha (Muslim celebration of Abraham's sacrifice)
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October 2: Tahun Baru Hijriyah 1438 (Muharram: Muslim New Year 1438)
> December 12: Maulud Nabi Muhammad SAW (birth of the Prophet Muhammad) 
> December 25: Natal (Christmas)

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Support a charity

Support local and international organizations that provide humanitarian assistance and help improve the lives of children and vulnerable groups in Indonesia, including:

Plan International Indonesia
(Children at the center of their communities' development)
Greenpeace Indonesia
Little Care.org
(direct assistance for children and families in Indonesia)
Anak.fr (ANAK Foundation, support for children in Bali) 
Sanggar Satu untuk Semua (One Group for All): informal education by and for children living at the Bantar Gebang dumpsite in Bekasi.

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