Country at a Glance

Indonesia is a country which is rich of natural resources, young and trained workforces, and a growing domestic markets. Indonesia’s vast economic potential is primed to takeoff.


Indonesia Teritory
  • Sumatera
    1. Special Region of Aceh
    2. North Sumatera
    3. Riau
    4. West Sumatera
    5. Jambi
    6. Riau Islands
    7. Bengkulu
    8. South Sumtera
    9. Bangka Belitung
    10. Lampung
  • Kalimantan
    1. West Kalimantan
    2. North Kalimantan
    3. East Kalimantan
    4. Central Kalimantan
    5. South Kalimantan
  • Java, Bali, Nusa Tenggara
    1. Banten
    2. Jakarta (Special City District)
    3. West Java
    4. Central Java
    5. Special Region of Yogyakarta
    6. East Java
    7. Bali
    8. West Nusa Tenggara
    9. East Nusa Tenggara
  • Sulawesi
    1. North Sulawesi
    2. Gorontalo
    3. Central Sulawesi
    4. West Sulawesi
    5. South Sulawesi
    6. South East Sulawesi
  • Maluku, Papua
    1. North Maluku
    2. Maluku
    3. West Papua
    4. Papua

Source: BKPM

Republic of Indonesia

Capital

(and the largest city)

Jakarta

Official Language

Bahasa Indonesia

Government

Presidential Republic
- President Ir. Joko Widodo
- Vice-President Jusuf Kalla

Independence

- Proclaimed 17 August 1945
- Recognized (as RIS: United States of Indonesia) 27 December 1949
- Back to RI (Republic of Indonesia) 17 August 1950

Area size

- Total 1,904,569 sq km (15) 1 sq mi
- Water (%) 4,85%

Population

- 19 June 2009 (estimate) 230.472.833[1] (4)
- 2000 census 206.264.595
- Density 134/sq km (84) 347/sq mi

GDP (KKB)

2007 estimate
- Total US$1.038 billion[2] (15)
- Per capita US$4.356[3] (114)

GDP (nominal)

2007 estimate
- Total US$408 billion[2]
- Per capita US$1.812[3]

IPM (2004)

0,711 (medium) (108)

Currency

Rupiah (Rp) (IDR)

Time Zones

WIB, WITA, WIT (UTC+7, +8, +9)

Driving on

the left

TLD

.id

Telephone Code

62

Source: Republik Indonesia