Indonesia In Which Country? Read this friend! - Hi, I'm glad you saw this article. Yes, although I'm not very good at English, but I hope you understand what I mean. So, which country is Indonesia in?


Indonesia is a not-so-famous place. In sports, football is very popular in Indonesia, but Indonesia is not competitive in world football competitions.


In racing, people in Indonesia really like MotoGP racing, but so far no Indonesian racer has managed to break into the MotoGP premier class.


Ironically, drivers from Indonesia have even entered the premier class of Formula 1 (F1), but it did not run smoothly due to lack of support and financial problems.


If you are a fan of F1 racing, maybe you have heard of Rio Haryanto? Yes, Rio Haryanto played for the Manor Racing team in 2016.


Ah, then which country is Indonesia in?


Indonesia In Which Country?

As an Indonesian, I laughed reading “Indonesia In Where Country?”. Why? Because Indonesia is not located in any country. Yes, Indonesia is not located in any country because Indonesia is a country.


Indonesia is a country with the largest Muslim population in the world, and Indonesia is even more famous for one of its tourist attractions, namely the island of Bali.


Interestingly, many are more familiar with Bali than Indonesia. And because of that, many are surprised at the fact that Bali is part of Indonesia.


Some people explain that Bali is a country, Indonesia is part of the state of Bali. But that's wrong, because the truth is that Bali is an island from the state of Indonesia.


About Indonesia

Indonesia is a developing country in terms of economy and is the country with the fourth largest population in the world under the United States which is in third position.


Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia and is the largest country in Southeast Asia and the largest archipelagic country in the world.


Indonesia is tropical, because Indonesia is located on the equator. Because of this, do not be surprised if the temperature in Indonesia tends to be warm.


Interestingly, even though the majority of the Indonesian population is Muslim, when you are on the island of Bali, you will go to a place where the majority of the population is Hindu.


Yes, in Indonesia there are many different tribes, ethnicities, languages, and religions. So don't be surprised if when you go to Bali, the impression is different from what you think.


For information, there are about 270 million people in Indonesia and more than 85% are Muslims. The rest are Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, and other religions.


Indonesia in the Past

In the past, Indonesia was called Nusantara. In the past, Indonesia was led by several kingdoms such as Majapahit and so on.


In the colonial era, Indonesia was colonized by several countries such as the Dutch, Portuguese, British, Spanish and Japanese.


Indonesia has become a struggle for many countries because it has abundant spices. If I may speak, Indonesia has been colonized by the Dutch for almost 350 years and Indonesia has been colonized by Japan for almost 3 years.


In the end, on August 17, 1945, Indonesia declared itself as an independent country after many struggles against.


Indonesian is designated as the national language of Indonesia. The Red-White Flag is designated as the national flag of Indonesia.


Indonesia In Which Country? Read this friend!


The Indonesian flag itself is similar to the state flag of Monaco. It's just that the Indonesian flag is bigger and the red color is slightly different from the red color of the Monaco flag.


Oh yes, the full name of Indonesia is the Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia  (NKRI, Indonesian pronunciation: [nəˈɡara kəsaˈt̪ua̯n reˈpublɪk in.ˈdo.nɛ.sja]); or just the Republik Indonesia (RI).

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