Why You Shouldn’t Miss Out On Indonesia

Indonesia has spectacular biodiversity full of natural wonders but do you know about the country’s social development? With 500  languages speaking across, Indonesia is culturally rich and home to the largest Muslim popiulation. Indonesia’s economy even tops South Asia! 


Your Top 4 Indonesian Cities

Scattered into 17,000 Indonesian islands, it’s challenging to narrow down the best places to experience Indonesia fully. Here are our top 4 city picks for you:

1) Bandung

Bandung is the capital city of West Java, and third largest city in Indonesia, located at the altitude of 768 m and surrounded by the lush and alluring Parahyangan mountains makes the climate mild and pleasant. It is nicknamed Paris van Java (Paris of Java) by the Dutch for its resemblance to Paris and European atmosphere back in the colonial times. Check out its famous universities, fashionable clothing, and gastronomic adventure!

2) Jarkarta

Don’t give Jarkarta the cold shoulder because of it’s notoriously busy traffic and few tourist attractions. The city makes up for it with grand shopping malls and awesome nightlife. Don’t forget that as Indonesia’s financial and commercial centre, Jakarta offers numerous work opportunities you can take advantage of to accelerate your career growth!

3) Surakarta

Surakarta, often called Solo is a tranquil city in Central Java, has a lot to offer as the hometown of the current Indonesian president Joko Widodo. From hunting for local delicacies like batiks in cheap price, to having a glimpse into the grand sultanate palace and watching elaborate theatrical performances, the city caters for both nature lovers and typical tourists.

4) Semarang

Semarang is a bustling administrative and trading city, whereas in the hilly side, there are many houses with beautiful gardens with a superb view to the town and sea. Take a leisurely stroll along the old city to appreciate the Dutch colonial era buildings, hit the Brown Canyon to quench your thirst for adventures. The locals are known for their friendliness and politeness!

Why Not Give Indonesia A Try?

Most people who visit Indonesia come for the sea, mountains and cultures, but there are actually endless opportunities beyond that.

Why not experience all of them through our internship exchange opportunities there? Stay home and start planning your next venture with us.

Posted by:Aieseclchku Hkusu

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