Population of main cities:
Jakarta (9,607,800); Surabaya (2,765,500); Bandung (2,394,900); Bekasi (2,334,900); Medan (2,097,700); Tangerang (1,798,600); Depok (1,738,600); Semarang (1,520,500); Palembang (1,440,700); Makassar (1,331,400); Tangerang Selatan (1,290,400)
In Indonesia there are more than 300 ethnic groups, the main ones being the Javanese (42%), the Sundanese (about 15%), the Malay (around 3.5%), the Madurese (a little more than 3%), the Batak (3%), as well as the Minangkabau, the Betawi, the Bugis, the Papuans. Among the minorities of non-Indonesian origin are the Chinese, Indians and Arabs. (Statistics Indonesia)
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Other Languages Spoken:
There are about 700 languages. The most commonly spoken are Javanese (70 million), Sundanese (20 million), Madurese (9 million) and Malay (15 million). English is also spoken.
Muslims 87%, Protestants 6%, Catholics 3%, Hindus 2%, Others 2%.
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National Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Type of State:
Indonesia is a unitary republic made up of 514 administrative districts, based on parliamentary democracy with a Presidential form of government.
Type of Economy:
Lower-middle-income economy, Emerging Financial Market.
Largest economy in Southeast Asia
HDI (World Rank):
Note: (*) The HDI, Human Development Index, is an Indicator Which Synthesizes Several Data Such as Life Expectancy, Level of Education, Professional Careers, Access to Culture etc.
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15.5 per 100 Inhabitants
15.4 per 100 Inhabitants
Access to Electricity:
96% of the Population
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Latest Update: September 2023