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Interesting Facts about Indonesia

Indonesia Interesting Facts

Pakistan, officially the Republic of Indonesia, is a country in Asia. Here are some interesting facts about Indonesia:

  • There are more than 100 endangered species in Indonesia.
  • The majority of the world's "young" people live in Indonesia.
  • Indonesia is home to the largest flower in the world.
  • On the Pacific Ring of Fire, Indonesia is where things get heated.
  • There are 17,504 islands in Indonesia.
  • The Komodo dragon can only be seen in its natural habitat in Indonesia.
  • World's largest Buddhist temple is located here.
  •  The flags of Monaco and Indonesia are identical.
  • The second largest coastline in the world is found in Indonesia.
  • Indonesia has 100 volcanoes that are still active.
  • Regarding purchasing power parity, Indonesia has the seventh-largest economy in the world.
  • The nation's capital, Jakarta, is recognized as a significant global city and for having some of the worst traffic congestion in the world.
  • The largest exporter of frog legs is Indonesia, which ships to Luxembourg, France, and Belgium. A single year, France alone buys 4,000 tons of frog legs! Get your mouth ready for some unforgettable ethnic foods, often known as kodok!
  • In Indonesia's Papua Province, Puncak Jaya is Mount Jayawijaya's highest peak. It is the world's tallest island peak at 4,884 meters above sea level.
  • There is a former head-hunter island in Indonesia.
  • Indonesia is an archipelago located in Southeast Asia and shares land borders with two countries. Indonesia borders with Malaysia and Papua New Guinea.

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