Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia, consisting of more than 17,000 islands. It has the second largest Muslim population in the world and is the most populous country in the region. Indonesia's capital is Jakarta. The country is the economic center of the region, and its economy focuses on the export of agricultural products such as oil palms, cotton and rubber. Indonesia has one of the world's largest reserves of natural resources, including natural gas, oil and copper ore. The country also has many tourist areas, including beaches, caves and national parks. Explore these themed coloring books for kids with us.
History and trivia - Indonesia
The history of Indonesia dates back to around 500 AD, when the Melayu people of a community of tribal groups settled in the southern islands of the archipelago began to develop a culture. Although earlier civilizations existed in the Indonesian archipelago, they were dominated by Hindus and Buddhists, who made important contributions to the country's history. In the 16th century, trade activity and migration of people from India led to Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch colonization. After World War II, Indonesia regained its independence. Since then, the country has implemented many reforms and modernization, leading to economic growth.
1. Indonesia is the world's second largest Muslim society.
2 The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta.
3 It is the most populous country in the region.
4 Indonesia's economy is based mainly on the export of agricultural products such as oil palms, cotton and rubber.
5. Indonesia has one of the largest natural resources in the world.
6 The official language of Indonesia is Bahasa Indonesia.
7 The country has many tourist areas, including beaches, caves and national parks.
8. Indonesia has a total of 17,500 islands.
9. Bali is Indonesia's most famous tourist destination.
10 The Indonesian breed itself is composed mainly of older Chinese, Melai and Austronesian breeds.
11. the most prevalent religion in Indonesia is Islam.
12 The country is famous for its traditional dances and music.
13. Indonesian cuisine is diverse and includes fish, meat and seafood.
14. Indonesians use many cooking techniques, including frying, baking and steaming.
15. cooking makes food more flavorful and juicy.
16 Indonesia's fauna is very diverse and includes both terrestrial and aquatic animals.
17 The vegetation found in Indonesia includes tropical rainforests, roadside forests and grassy meadows.
18 The clothes worn by Indonesian people reflect their local culture, religion and colonial influences.
19 Tourism Indonesia is a national program to promote tourism in the country.
20 There are several institutions authorized to provide safety and security in Indonesia.