Why Some Foreigners Like To Live In Indonesia

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Ever wondered why some foreigners like to live in Indonesia? Well, maybe my list of TOP 10 best of living in Indonesia will explain. Here it goes… 1. Best coffee and tea in the world. Cultivation of coffee trees in Indonesia started on Java in 17th century when Dutch first brought coffee to Batavia (city changed its [...]

You Can Do Anything In Indonesia

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Fransoa has been gaining momentum on Youtube lately.  Since he was featured on the Jakarta Globe a couple of days ago, he’s been getting 10,000 views per day.  It’s quite possible that this song could become insanely popular in Indonesia, certain elements make it appealing to the average Indonesian – the guy is a family man, [...]

Popular Types Of “Nasi Goreng”

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Indonesian, from children to Mr. President, fishermen to famous singers, know this type of culinary. Yep, Nasi Goreng (fried rice), is a truly Indonesian dish but never officially declared as one of our traditional food. Most people  in Indonesia love eating Nasi Goreng, probably because its one-of-a-kind taste and simplicity; whether you can cook it [...]

Indonesian 10 Sweetest Things

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1. SODA GEMBIRA There is something about a tall glass of “happy soda” that makes you, well, happy. Maybe it’s the way the ice cubes clink in the glass, as the shocking pink syrup blends together with the gooey sweetened condensed milk at the bottom. Or the electric jolt of fizz from the soda that balances [...]

At Last – On Board Visit Processing

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Having visited Vietnam and Indonesia recently the most irritating part of the trip was the process I had to go through to get a visa for either country. I have to say that I reckon that visas to most countries have very little do with security and immigration but are more a very nice cash raising [...]

Dr. Danrivanto Budhijanto: Asia’s 1st Man To Get The Honor

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I recently had a great opportunity and privilege to interview Dr. Danrivanto Budhijanto, S.H., LL.M in IT Law, through e-mail. Mr. Budhijanto is the first Asian who received  LL.M (master of laws) degree in IT Law from John Marshall Law School, Chicago. He’s now a Commissioner in Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (BRTI)-Ministry of Communication and [...]

Indonesian: A (5x) Wealthier Generation

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For some people who don’t think deeply, this news might not be the most heartwarming news, but to me it is. The rising number of rich people , to me, always mean the rise of income of people around them. A new townhouse in the west of Surabaya called Puri Safira is inhabited by newly-rich [...]

Rooms For Foreign Development

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Waskita’s Overseas Projects By Seng Hansen Waskita Karya is one of main leading state-owned contractor company . It has successfully developed amazing projects and wonderful building across the nation since many years back. But, only few know that the company has been expanding its wings beyond the borders and erecting beautiful projects mostly in the Middle East countries. Lemme [...]

Flood From The Sky

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Indonesia tourism industry is arguably growing. This year, number of foreign tourists visiting the archipelago nation will surpass 7 million, beating forecast of 6.7 million. Numerous airlines (some of them might be something new to you) are adding Indonesia into their new routes, in addition to already flooded aviation market. Recently, we just got information that Mihin Lanka, [...]

Guinness World Records In Hand

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GNFI once posted an article about a young boy who listed his name in the Guinness world record because of his  ability to memorize 76 rows of numbers in only 60 minutes. the name of the smart Indonesian young boy is Brian Dominic (whose age was only 12 years old), he broke the record last [...]