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The Living Edens: Borneo: An Island in the Clouds: travel to the rain forests, jungles, and mountains of Borneo to explore its exotic plant and animal life.

Indonesian Land Use Databank: provides information about land use for planning and monitoring.

Shadow Play: PBS site with information about Indonesia's fight for democracy and how it is coming to terms with the legacy of dictator General Suharto. Explore the people, cultures, languages, and religions and more.

Indonesia Publications: contains archives of several mailing lists discussing news and views about contemporary Indonesia. Also includes directory of web resources.

Migliavacca, Milo: fashion designer based out of Bali. Site includes press articles, catalogues, photo gallery, and price list.

Azhari, Sarah: biography, photos, video caps, and interviews of Indonesian supermodel Sarah Azhari.

Indonesian Ikats: The weaving developed by the local inhabitants of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia particularly the Warp-Ikats type.

Indonesian Australian Language Foundation (IALF): teaches English to Indonesian students and Bahasa Indonesia to foreigners.

Semarang 2000: offers Indonesian language and cultural training via email or in-country programs for high school students, non-native Indonesian teachers, and workers.


South Asia Partnership: forges partnerships with grassroots NGOs working at the village level and, through long-term programs, strengthens their capacity to manage participatory community development programs.

Brunei Darussalam- Indonesia-Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA): consists of profile, regional economic cooperation, and contacts.

Indonesian Trading Zone: exporters directory research information source covering listing both manufacturers and products.

Indonesian Netherlands Association (INA): established to promote and encourage business relations between Indonesian and Dutch companies.

TradeIndonesia.com: features a directory of trade-related resources, events, travel, and regional information.

Government and Politics

The Republic of Indonesia: The government of Indonesia's homepage

Statistics Indonesia: Central Bureau of Statistics containing information on population, economy, and governmental statistics.

Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Los Angeles: Indonesian Consulate General's office which contains information on culture and history, economy, administration, and immigration.

Department of Foreign Affairs: Contains information on policy, visas, and links to other governmental agencies.

Indonesian Government Websites: A website containing links to many different Indonesian agencies

Indonesiaforum.org: A website covering general Indonesian politics. Links to several party websites and current political information.

Action in Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor: An organization that publishes information on the conflict in East Timor and the current struggle to rebuild the nation.

Embassy of Indonesia: Main Embassy located in Washington D.C.

Association of Provincial Governments of Indonesia (APPSI): articulating the interests of member provincial governments in forums pertaining to national decision-making as well as matching regency and city government interests.

Central Bureau of Statistics - Badan Pusat Statistik: explains concepts and definitions, data collection methods, publications; list of publications also included.


The Jakarta Post: Popular English newspaper based in the capital.

Kompas Cyber Media: Very popular Newspaper (in Indonesian)

The Bali Post: A fairly liberal newspaper (in Indonesian)

Antara: official Indonesian news agency.

BBC Indonesian: BBC service about Indonesia and the World in Indonesian

Inside Indonesia: quarterly magazine on the people of Indonesia - their culture, politics, economy and environment.

Tempo Interaktif: resource for analysis of Indonesian current issues.

Indomedia: links to local and international news and magazines.

The Jakarta Post: offers breaking news, features, sports, and more. Also includes information on Indonesia

.KISS 104.75 FM: features RealAudio live Web broadcasts

Organisasi Amatir Radio Indonesia (ORARI): official website of the Indonesian Amateur Radio Organization managed by the National Board.

Web Directory: Indonesian FM Radio: list of stations across the country.

Web Directory: Jendela Indonesia: links to Indonesian media sites.


Gunung Timor: A quick run-down of the Indonesian religions mandated by Suharto and links to books and maps.

Sufism in Indonesia: Explains sufism and Sufism in Indonesia

Caritas Dili: organization strives to provide a holistic service to Timorese people which enables them to maximise their human potential.

Cry Indonesia: Australian IFC training organization and support network for Indonesian Christians. Includes information on the religious conflict in Maluku.

Lembaga Alkitab Indonesia: translates and publishes Bibles in Indonesian dialects.

Salvation Army: participates in building up the nation spiritually, mentally, and physically through its field, social, education, and medical works run by Indonesian officers.

Indonesian National Holidays: includes Islamic, Christian, Hindu, and Buddhist festivals.

Sabili Islamic Magazine: Indonesian publication for Moslem scholars and intellectuals.

myQuran.Com: Indonesian moslem portal and gateway to Islamic web sites.

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