Is Malaysia in Indonesia?
No, of course not. Malaysia is not in Indonesia. But our location is quite close. Malaysia consists of two parts, namely the peninsular and the Borneo part. The peninsular Malaysia is located to the north of Singapore while one of the Indonesian Islands, Sumatra is located to the west of peninsular Malaysia.
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No, Malaysia is not a part of Indonesia. They are two differentcountries. Only they are sharing the same island, Borneo
Malaysia is located in southeast Asia. It includes the Malay Peninsula (south of Myanmar) and part of the island of Borneo. It borders Thailand to the north and the countries of Brunei and Indonesia on Borneo. South East Asia, between Thailand & Indonesia. The Malay Peninsula & part of the island …of Borneo. Malaysia is located in the middle of South East Asia. Southeastern Asia, peninsula bordering Thailand and northern one-third of the island of Borneo, bordering Indonesia, Brunei, and the South China Sea, south of Vietnam Look at the map of Southeast Asia It is south of Thailand, north of Indonesia and southwest of the Philippines. It also borders two small countries, Singapore and Brunei. (MORE)
Malaysia used to be known as the Federation of Malaya ( TanahMelayu ). In 1963 this name was changed to Malaysia afterSingapore, and two North Borneon states Sarawak & Sabahtogether with fed of Malaya formed Malaysia on the 16th September1963 (though Singapore left) The 'Malay' comes from the fact t…hatthe majority of Malaysia's population at the time were of the Malayrace. The 'sia' was taken to represent Malaysia's diverse culture,with Malays, Chinese and Indians making up the population (add thesia to Malay and it sounds like the end of the name is Asia). (MORE)
Indonesia is comprised of 17,000 islands. The only hemisphere in which there is no part of Indonesia is the Western one.
Indonesia, or officially known as the Republic of Indonesia, is acountry located in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Its currency is theIndonesian rupiah.
Soekarno is one of Indonesia founding father together with Mohammad Hatta. He was first president of Indonesia.
Indonesia is important because of its culture and its unique instruments. Indonesia is famous for its batiks also. . "Indonesia is an incredibly beautiful country. Perfect tropical, palm-backed beaches, towering volcanoes, intricately terraced hillsides, rich rainforest, world-class coral reefs, al…luring whitewater, generous and hospitable people, widely diverse and attractive architectural styles of houses, palaces, mosques, churches, and temples, a great diversity of cultures, each with its own tradition of art, music, dancing, handicrafts, and sports---all invite far more attention than Indonesia has so far received. With its growing economy, the increased recognition of the importance of its rainforests, coral reefs, and associated biodiversity, and the yearning among many people to find the unique and different in an increasingly homogenized world, it is probable that Indonesia will become far better known in the future. Twenty-first century citizens of the world would do well to pay the country more attention.". (MORE)
Indonesia has a tropical climate. However, compared to the summer of Europe and North America, Indonesia in temperature is less warmer. But it feels warmer because it's humid, and that makes you sweat a lot. Basically, this explains that Indonesia has a wet - tropical climate. What you won't n…eed when you go to Indonesia: 1) If you are wanting and liking tan, then you won't need long sleeved shirts/jackets/or of those kinds (Warm Clothes). But some Indonesians hate tan, and they'd wear thin long sleeved shirts to prevent themselves from getting a darker skin. 2) Blankets, etc. What you need when you go to Indonesia: 1) Water - You're going to dehydrate if you don't drink water. I drank 2 litres of water daily, and it's a must, because you're sweating all the time. You can buy this everywhere and anywhere, anyhow, but it's okay to have your own bottle water. 2) Sun Block, or any of these stuff, that is is you're sunbathing or going to the beach.. 3) I don't know what are they called, but they're in a kind of plastic bottle that have liquid in them that if you spread them on your skin, it will prevent you form getting bitten by flies. This is good (esp. when you go to the forests, or outdoor even), even the local Indonesians wear this when needed. Hope this helps.. (MORE)
Malaysia's has 2 territories in the island of borneo (northern part of borneo, the central and southern parts are Indonesia's territories); they are: Sabah and Sarawak.. Brunei Darussalam, a soverign country, located in the northern part of Borneo, too (in the middle of Malaysia's territory).
The name Indonesia was invented by a German Anthropologist from two words "Indo" and "Nesis".
Indonesia is a tropic country!! Indonesia have a second largest rain forest in the world. so the climate of Indonesia is tropic.
It has the Most active volcanoes in the world and that is around 150. It Has 17,508 Islands which only around 6000 are inhabited. And it held one of the biggest eruptions in History...The eruption of Krakatoa.
Yes, Indonesia is overcrowded. By 2007 the population is already 234,693,997 . And it is still rapidly growing..
The capital and largest city in the country of Indonesia isJakarta. The population of the capital city is just over 9.7million.
Indonesia is much larger than Malaysia in terms of population and area. They speak Indonesian in Indonesia and Malay in Malaysia. Indonesia has a smaller life expectancy than Malaysia (61 years old compared to 71 years old).malaysia has one of the tallest building in the world.
Indonesia is north of Australia, southeast of Philippines and south of Malaysia. I hope that answers your question. sucks
The package from UK to Jakarta Indonesia has been arrived at kuala lumpur Malaysia to continue delivering in to Jakarta Indonesia they asking to pay the charges us 3.000 is it normal procedure?
if it's IDR 3,000 (about 30 cents), that's a normal procedure. the post office authority will charge you for any small shipments for the transportation cost.
Ambalat is the sea block (not an island) of the Celebes Sea between Indonesian province of East Kalimantan and south-east of the Malaysian state of Sabah. This whole region is formerly known as Borneo. There are two coastal states separated in a distance of less then 300 nm each other that cause ove…rlapping claim.. Located at the heart of the Indo-Pacific basin Ambalat is near the centre of one of the richest marine habitats in the world called Sipadan. More than 3,000 species of fish and hundreds of coral species have been classified in this ecosystem. The absence of territorial sea boundary between Indonesia and Malaysia, consequently, leaves an uncertainty regarding the sovereignty over the territorial sea (water column). Meaning Indonesia still can claim Ambalat due to the fact Malaysia has agreed a seabed boundary but have not yet agreed a boundary for the water column. Ambalat also has huge oil and gas reserves which could be exploited up to 30 years. . In theory, Malaysia owns Ambalat (which is subject to a territorial dispute between Indonesia) with the publication of a map by Malaysia in 1979. The map shows that the area within its Malaysia territorial waters and continental shelf but Indonesia has profusely objected to the map since it has not deposited to the UN Secretary General. . This case is by no mean similar 2002's Sipadan-Ligitan Island where 16 out 17 judges from International Court of Justice (ICJ) awarded Sipadan-Ligitan from Indonesia to Malaysia on a basis of effective occupation. Malaysia has been actively established a permanent tourism service around the area and provide facilities for diving, swimming, and other aqua-tourism activities around Ambalat. In that case, the 'effective occupation' (EffectivitÃ©s) is a relevant consideration to decide the sovereignty over it. . In defining their boundary, especially land boundary, both countries have to refer to the 1891 Convention agreed by The Great Britain and the Netherlands. Indonesia has yet finished none of the ten potential maritime boundaries with neighboring states i.e Australia, Malaysia, Philippine, Singapore, Palau, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea and East Timor. With Sipadan- Ligitan a new Malaysia's territory and archipelagic base line it is worth noting that the ICJ's decision to grant Sipadan and Ligitan to Malaysia may change the configuration of Malaysia's baseline thus, could theoretically put Indonesia in a worse position to claim Ambalat.. Gosong Niger is part of the seabed that is divided by the boundary line where two third of the seabed fall within the Indonesian side. With regard to this, the ownership of the sandbar is considerably clear. As there is a precise line, it should have been clear who own which seabed. However, Indonesia has never officially announced the exact locations of its maritime territorial limits. Consequently, the Malaysian navy had chased Indonesian fishermen out of Ambalat while Indonesia further accused Malaysia of 35 violations of disputed territory.. Malaysia will not refer the dispute with Indonesia over Ambalat to the International Court of Justice in the Hague, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said in June 2009. Instead, he said the matter should be resolved through the existing brotherly diplomatic channels. (MORE)
well,as a resident there I could say that we have a lot of beautiful places,islands and the best part is probably visiting the island of borneo. It's a fun place for family vacations and all sorts of other stuff
apex: Malaysia and Indonesia are mainly musilum countries whileAustralia and New Zealand are mainly christain
Well for a start Australia & New Zealand are developed countries. Indonesia & Malaysia are developing countries. Australia & New Zealand is better than Indonesia & Malaysia in every aspect : economically, human rights , politcal stability , corruption, peace etc. The list goes on an on.
go to the beaches in bali see komodo dragons see orangutan in borneo shop in bandung
To do: - Bow your head when walking in front of people who are sitting. Even better if you say 'excuse me'. - Smile back when someone smile at you. And if that someone starts bothering you with the smile or the stare, don't jump at the conclusion. - Start running away when you see several high schoo…l students gather in the afternoon and run at one direction. Run faster if adults decide to take this matter with their own hands. - Always give street musicians some coins, but if they swarm, raise you hand in a short message of 'no'. Not to do: - Raising you voice to a Javanese, especially if it's a person above 30. You can recognize them with their soft-spokeness to the point of mumbling, unless they angry. - Throwing anything away, whether it's a garbage, spit, or your own biological waste, in a silent and abandoned places. Because no matter how alone you seemed, there's someone watching. (MORE)
In the last Ice Age abt 10k years ago, you could probably walk from Johor to Jakarta and Kuching. Then Earth got warmer, ice-cap melted, sea-level rose, blah blah, and a single landmass got separated into many islands.
Indonesian is slightly the same as Malaysian language. In fact, they have the same root. Most of words in Indonesian is borrowed from Dutch language, while most words in Malaysian is borrowed from English language. Malaysians are able to understand conversation in Indonesian language, and vice versa…. (MORE)
The largest religion in Maylaysia and Indonesia is Muslim. Maylaysia is about 60.7% Muslim and Buddhism is the next largest religion. The largest religion in Indonesia is Muslim...don't have the percentage.
I'm from Japan and for your information, I've been living and studying in Malaysia for 3 years. And what I want to say is Malaysia is better than Indonesia because people here are friendly, kind, and they are not always fighting among themselves, such as Indonesia. Malaysia has a clean city, they ha…ve their own cars (although it is not good like ferrari), food, traditions, highway,rapid economic progress. And I went to the Padang and Jakarta. I want to say that Jakarta is virtually the same as Kuala Lumpur, but what I do not like about Jakarta is the people always make a riot. I don't want to talk about the incident at the Padang because when I was trying to eat baksor (or what it call) at roadside stall, I put my laptop on the dining table to open facebook. Suddenly there was an Indonesian citizen grab my laptop and take it away. Then me and my friends chase him, but he gets away.Then me and my friends go to the police station . Then I say to the police officer that my laptop was stolen, but he's look like that he doesn't care about it. So what I want to say is,Malaysia was better than Indonesia. P.S Sorry if my English bad. (MORE)
Maple Sea is a published version of maplestory for Asian countries like Indonesia. Download that version and have fun.
in my opinion, Indonesia and Malaysia is too much a like. the Indonesian Language is formed of Melayu (Malaysian and most of Sumatra Island uses). and so is the food and culture. The thing is, Malaysia several times claims Indonesian culture as theirs. like the song "Rasa Sayang" which is a traditi…onal Maluku song. or the food "rendang" or the dance "reog" when everyone knows that reog is famous from a city called Ponorogo. its always Reog Ponorogo, and not Reog Kuala Lumpur. (MORE)
Depends on the island, Sumatra and Java almost always flood if it's raining for more than 3 hours.
In general, you dial a fax number on a fax machine exactly the sameway you would dial the same number on a landline telephone at thesame location. The telephone country code for Malaysia is +60, and you drop thetrunk prefix 0 from the beginning of the Malaysian number. Indonesia uses a variety of …different international accessprefixes, depending on your telephone carrier. For faxing, do notuse any of the 010xx codes, as those codes are for VoIP, which doesnot work well with fax machines. If you are not sure which accessprefix to use, consult your telephone company. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and manyother countries use different prefixes.) (MORE)
The official language of Malaysia is Malay.It is not called Malaysian. To say representing Malaysia in Malay, it is "mewakili Malaysia" (pronounce it in a Spanish way, by pronounce "w" in ordinary English way).
Indonesia is located in Asia, the Southeast Asian region. Located south of Malaysia, west of East Timor and south of Singapore. Indonesia is also in Oceania, since it has so many islands and some of the islands reach into the Oceanic region of Melanesia.
"Apa kabar" is "how are you" in Indonesian. A common reply would bebaik baik saja, which means Im doing good or ok. Keep in mind thisis bahasa Indonesia which is the common language that most everyonein Indonesia speaks. There are different sublanguages in Indonesia.The most common one in Java, Indo…nesia's main island, is Jawa. (MORE)
Well, probably they're jealous with Indonesia which has many cultures and beautiful things like batik :)
4th most populous country in the world. Invaded for 350 years. Most of it's population is Islam.
Orangutans live in Indonesia and Malaysia because they want to its just like asking why do u live in Canada?
The country code for Indonesia is +62. The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." The prefix from Malaysia is 00. Thus, to call from Malaysia to Indonesia, you dial 00 62, followed by the Indonesian number without the leading 0.
He repair his ship and build ming dynasty there and from that reson Zheng He is muslim so Indonesia become Muslim
Both actually are not main concern for American foreign policy and remain not to be sided with any political blog in global affair. The constitution of Indonesia declares that the relationship with foreign countries should be active and free. However, in business field, these countries have strong r…elationship with US as well as with Japan, EU and China. But if we ask which one that has closer relationship to US between those two? I think the answer is Indonesia. Since Nixon until Obama, except Carter and Bush Sr, all US presidents have visited Indonesia. The recents, Bush Jr and Obama, visited even twice. (MORE)
africa in the state of it the scientists do not really know until they fly there
Indonesia is popular for their food, and dragon dancing. dragon dancing can be found in Benigo also, at a festival. To train for it, they run 18 laps of the oval first WOAH!!
Malaysia is a name of country which gain independence from the british, and still live under poor democratic system, while its people do not have bravery to fight for it. Malaysia is the strongest soccer team in southeast. And Khairul Fahmi Chet Mat ( Apex ) is number 1 the best goalie in Asia.
They are such a weird people who resist from your modern lifestyle. I found stories about them on Baduy Blog
I think we all same if let say you convert to islam but youratitude like monkey then its so called funny bisnuss, i also lovemuslim girls but never say that we need to change our religion& am sure we happy forever.....god is one and he stay insideour heart help each other and give love,,,,
Garuda is a mythical bird in Hindu/Indian mythology. Indonesia's coat of arm, the Garuda Pancasila, is a garuda bird with a shield that depicts 5 values of Pancasila. Moreover, the flagship carrier of Indonesia is named Garuda Indonesia.
Only if you plan to visit or travel through Indonesia on the trip when you are visiting Malaysia.
Find out more about the muslims in indonesia malaysia and china in present times what are the common practices and features among them?
The common practices and features among the Muslims in Indonesia,Malaysia, and china include praying while looking in the Eastdirection, and intermarriages.
Find out more about the Muslim in Indonesia Malaysia AND China in present times.What are the common practise and features among them?
The common practices and features among the Muslims in Indonesia,Malaysia, and china include praying while looking in the Eastdirection, and intermarriages.
Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Malaysia offer different typesof visas and quality of life. They attract a different crowd as thevisa requirements are different. The social settings are alsodifferent. You need to learn Thai or Indonesian if you want toexperience the country fully whereas in Mal…aysia and Philippines,you can get there by knowing English. Moreover, the quality of lifeis different from these countries as well. In 2016, the GDP percapita for Malaysia was USD9502, Thailand USD5907, PhilippinesUSD2951 and Indonesia USD3570. There is already a difference between these countries in terms ofthe level of healthcare, education, social awareness, etc. Thus,one has to take a holistic approach as to what they are looking forwhen it comes to retirement. Are they looking for beaches? Retiringto the hills? Away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Arethese you are looking at for a group of expats to retire with? Howabout a place with great hospitals? Great infrastructure? A safeplace to retire? A slower pace of life? A place with a lot of nightspots or great social settings? I believe that the place you wantto stay should fulfill your primary requirements before selecting acountry that you want to stay in. (MORE)