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.