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Visiting Indonesia:

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 238 million.

Indonesia 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.
See how to get around, where to go & what to see, select the best spots in Sumatra, Java, Bali, Lombok, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Maluku, Papua, the islands East of Lombok  and keep track of this year's national holidays.

Much more in Enjoying Indonesia 2011: the only free Indonesia travel book from an insiders' perspective. Download your free copy here.


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Indonesia Hotels and Flights

Find the cheapest flights to Jakarta on fly.co.uk.

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Book your five star hotels in Indonesia at three star rates through Agoda/ Indonesia OK!! right here:







Only available through Indonesia OK; click the image to rent this unique 'joglo' style cottage in Jogjakarta:



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Indonesia News:



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Indonesia's National Holidays, 2011:

> January 1: Tahun Baru (New Year)
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February 3-4: Imlek (Chinese or Lunar  New Year; the year of the rabbit)
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February 15: Maulud Nabi Muhammad (birthday of the Prophet Muhammad)
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March 5: Nyepi (Hindu New Year)
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April 22: Jumat Agung (Good Friday)
> April 24: Paska (Easter)
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May 17: Waisak (celebration of Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death -with Waisak Festival at Borobudur)
> Jun 2: Kenaikan Isa Almasih (Ascension Day)
> Jun 29: Isra M'raj Nabi Muhamad SAW (Ascension of the Prophet Muhammad)
> July 6-16: Galungan (most important celebration for Balinese Hindus -not a national holiday)
> August 1: 1 Ramadan (First day of the Muslim fasting month -not a holiday)
> August 17: Hari Kemerdekaan RI ke-66 (66th Independence Day)
> August 30-31: Idulfitri (End of the fasting)
> November 6-7: Idul Adha (Muslim Holiday to celebrate Abraham's sacrifice)
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November 27-28: Tahun Baru Hijriyah (Muslim New Year 1433)
> December 25: Natal (Christmas)

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Indonesia's Natural Disasters

Caused in part by climate change and population pressure, natural disasers such as floods, landslides, and droughts have become facts of life in Indonesia. 
With its location in the Ring of Fire earthquakes, volcano eruptions and even tsunamis have caused and continue to cause suffering. 
Indonesia has more than a hundred active volcanos. The ones that urge caution include Anak Krakatau, Merapi, Semeru, and Bromo.

Together with Indonesia OK!! please 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)
Banyubening Islamic Hospital
(the only hospital set up as a non-profit organization)
Greenpeace Indonesia
Little Care.org
(direct assistance for children and families in Indonesia)
Anak.fr (ANAK Foundation, support for children in Bali) 


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