Indonesia is a Southeast Asian country. The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta.
Strategically located between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean, Indonesia is an archipelago of more than 18,000 islands. Among them are the larger islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan (two-thirds of Borneo), Sulawesi and Irian Jaya mountainous, with some peaks reaching 12,000 feet. Irian Jaya to the east has the highest elevation (over 16,000 feet) and the highest point is Puncak Jaya, which is 16,030 feet (5,030 meters) above sea level. Mount Tambora (8,930ft, 2,722m), the highest peak of the former Indonesian summit, is an active advection volcano whose eruption was the largest in 1815, killing nearly 71,000 people. Explosions were heard only west of Sumatra, about 2,000 kilometers away, and volcanic falls were recorded in Borneo, Sulawesi, Java and Maluku.
Indonesia is also more collectivist than Western society. Individuals often consider themselves members of a "group" rather than autonomous actors. These groups reflect or begin to define who their members are and often expect a high level of loyalty. Indonesian society is organized hierarchically and primarily by age. The status, education and perception of a person require respect, but age is often the most important factor in determining the respect.
There are so many amazing places which you can visit. People mostly visit Uluwatu Temple. Bali is the beach for many people. With its many cultural attractions and traditions, Bali is arguably Indonesia's most popular holiday destination, so it's worth a visit. The Gili Islands are a highlight of Lombok. In recent years, Lombok has become increasingly popular with backpackers and tourists.
There are an estimated 700 languages in Indonesia, most of which are Yugoslav. Indonesian is one of the main languages in Indonesia.