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Capital city: Jakarta.
Currency: Rupiah (in Rp500, Rp1000, Rp5000, Rp10000, Rp20000, Rp50000 and Rp100000 notes).
Cuisine: The backbones to Indonesian cuisine are coconut milk and aromatic spices – distinctive and delicious.
Tipping etiquette: It’s not essential, but polite to do so. 10% is typical.
Saying hello: “Selamat pagi” in the morning, “selamat siang” during the afternoon and “selamat sore” in the evening.
WHEN TO GO
Travelling to Indonesia is all about whether to be warm or very warm. Its tropical climate means there’s little difference between winter and summer, with temperatures averaging 25°C-30°C all year. From April to October the beach resorts are at the their most popular, while from November to March an evening soaking of refreshing rain brings colourful flora and fauna to life.
Food and dance are a big part of Indonesian life. Try the roast suckling pig while watching a show.
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