Indonesia Culture and Customs

Indonesia is located between Asia and Australia, bordering the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, and is a maritime hub connecting these two continents and these two oceans. Indonesia is the country with the most islands in the world. Due to the long coast, the tourist resources of the islands are quite rich. Its magnificent tropical landscapes are the most memorable. In addition to Hinduism, Buddhism, and primitive fetishism, most Indonesians believe in Islam, and a few believe in Christianity and Catholicism. What are the taboos in Indonesia? Since the vast majority of Indonesians believe in Islam, most residents do not eat pork, but eat beef, mutton, fish and shrimp. Eid Mubarak and Gulbang Festival are traditional Indonesian festivals. The more you learn about Indonesian customs and culture, the less problems you will encounter when visiting Indonesia. Culture and Customs in Indonesia page gives you advice on these issues.