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Land boundaries: 2,830 km
East Timor 228 km, Malaysia
I,782 km, Papua New Guinea 820 km
Coastline: 54,7I6 km
Archipelago of I7,508 islands many along the Equator
Country Code +62

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Numbering Plan of Indonesia
local and national
national prefix 0
+ I - 2 digit
areacode - or --
+ 5 - 9 digit
restnumber - -- -- to
--- --- ---

(all together from 8 to II digits)
(in 2002 Indonesia had
7.8 million Land Lines)
mobils
mobile prefix:
8I or 82
8 -9 digit restnumber
-- -- -- -- to
--- --- ---
(in 2002 Indonesia had
II,8 million Mobile Lines)

international prefix 00I
example:
calling from Indonesia
to France

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indonesia's phonesystem
is regulated by Postel


calling
to Indonesia
from USA  0II 62

from
Europe/most Countries  00 62

Republik Indonesia
Republic
of Indonesia

divided into 30 Provinces
2 Special Regions
and 1 Special City
capital Jakarta

Politics
Government of Indonesia

languages indonesian


economy
GNP/2004 $ 827  billion
GNP/person $ 3,500/year
currency:
Indonesian rupiah (IDR)
I $ US = 9060 IDR
(2004)
I $ US = 8422 IDR (2000)

national holiday:
Independence Day,
Aug 17 (1945)
from
Japan and
the
Netherlands
Puncak Jaya 5030m , highest mountain of Indonesia

Puncak Jaya 5,030 m

Indonesin Islands are
surrounded by Water

access to 3 neigbour countries
west: Indian Ocean
north:
Phonebook of Malaysia.com
North Pacific Ocean
est:
Phonebook of East Timor.com
Phonebook of Papua New Guinea.com
south: Indian Ocean
 
 



Jakarta Financial District

South Sumatra (Sumatra Selatan): Palembang (+62 7II)
West Sumatra
(Sumatra Padang): (+62 75I)
North Sumatra
(Sumatra Medan): (+62 6I)

East Kalimantan (Kalimantan Timur) :
South Kalimantan (Kalimantan Selatan): Benjarmasin (+62 5II)

West Kalimantan (Kalimantan Barat):
Middle Kalimantan (Kalimantan Tengah):
Balikpapan (+62 542)

West Java (Jawa Barat):
Bandung (+62 22)
East Java (Jawa Timur):
Surabaya (+62 3I)
Central Java (Jawa Tengah):
Semarang (+62 24)
DKI Jakarta (on Java Island): Jakarta (+62 2I)
DI Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta (+62 264)

Sulawesi Selatan:
Ujung Pandang (+62 4II)
Sulawesi Utara:
Menado (+62 43I)
Sulawesi Tengah
:

Irian Jaya: Jayapura
Bali: Denpassar (+ 62 36I) Pupuan
Nusa Tenggara Barat: Mataram
West Timor: Kupang


     

   
     
     
   
*local Time in Indonesia is based on the settings of your computer's clock (VST/Vietnam Standard Time)