Indonesia ISD Calling code is +62
The flag of Indonesia, which is very similar to the flag of Monaco, has been adopted after gaining the independence in 1945. It consists of two horizontal stripes, where the top one is red and the bottom one is white. These colors may refer to the widely used cotton and red dye made from shells of shellfish. Another interpretation is talking about duality between heaven and earth, purity and justice, and courage and freedom. The flag appeared already around the 13th century, when a royal dynasty Majapahit ruled Indonesia. Later, it reappeared during the fights against the Dutch rule. Unofficially, the flag is called “Sang Saka Merah Putih” – “Noble red and white flag”.
Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation on Earth with an incredible legacy of people, culture and geography just waiting to be explored. This archipelago boasts more than 18,000 islands, from tiny islets not much bigger than a palm tree to rugged expanses of land like Borneo, shared with the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak.
Many visitors come specifically to seek out their own island paradise, complete with white-sand beaches, swaying palms and emerald waters. Below the waters, there are some of the world’s best dive sites, swarming with huge sunfish, giant rays, sharks, porpoises, turtles and a blindingly colourful array of tropical fish.
|Total area||1,904,570 km2|
|Formation||17. 8. 1945|
|Highest point||Mount Carstensz (Puncak Jaya) (4,884 m)|
|GDP||$ 4,923 (IMF, 2012)|
|Currency||indonesian rupiah (IDR)|
|ISD Calling code||+62|
|How to Dial||Please Add 00 or + as Prefix to these Codes|