What are the main cities in Indonesia

Indonesia

Presidential Republic
independent since 1945

Region:

South East Asia

Surface:

1,913,580 km²

Local name:

Indonesia

Capital:

Jakarta


geography

Indonesia is an archipelago between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. The land has a total area of ​​1,913,580 km² and a total coastline of 54,716 km. This land mass is approximately 5.4 times the size of Germany. This makes Indonesia one of the largest countries in Asia and the 15th largest country in the world. It is comparatively low at an average height of 367 meters above sea level.

The archipelago consists of 18,307 mostly uninhabited islands. There are direct national borders with the 3 neighboring states of East Timor, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. The distance between Berlin and the capital Jakarta is approximately 10,800 km.

The currency in Indonesia is Idonesian Rupiah (IDR).
1 rupiah is divided into 100 sen.
Status: May 18, 2021

1 euro = 17,396 rupiah
100,000 rupiah = 5.75 euros

The climate in Indonesia

In Indonesia, as in all equatorial countries, there is a tropical climate. There is no difference between the seasons as there is in Central Europe. The length of the day hardly fluctuates and the temperature differences between summer and winter are also smaller. The average maximum daily temperatures are between 31 and 32 degrees, depending on the season. In some parts of the country, the values ​​can reach up to 35 degrees during the day. In the colder months, depending on the region, the temperature drops to up to 23 ° C in the monthly mean at night.

Average day and night temperatures


languages

National language:

Malaysian


mother tonguedistribution
›Javanese39,4 %
›Sunda15,8 %
›Malaysian12,1 %
›Madura4,3 %
›Minangkabau2,4 %
›Batakki2,2 %
›Bugi2,2 %
›Banya1,8 %
›Balinese1,7 %
›Hakka0,3 %
Others17,8 %

Religions

directiondistribution
Catholics (Roman)2,9%
other Christs7,0%
Hinduists1,7%
Muslims87,2%
other1,2%

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economy


According to the definition of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Indonesia is one of the developing countries due to its economic performance. Despite this classification, the country is currently one of the emerging countries, i.e. one of the countries with increasing industrialization.



Land use

2% urban areas:42,077 km²
31% agriculture:602,012 km²
50% forests:961,383 km²
0% water surface:102,010 km²
16% other areas:308,108 km²

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traffic

Road network:496,607 km
Rail network:8,159 km
Waterways:21,579 km
Commercial ports:10.137
›Airports:673

The main cities





Political indicators

(Based on the World Bank's "Worldwide Governance Indicators" project)


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Freedom of speech:

Death penalty:constitutionally allowed



Existing trade agreements



Memberships