Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. Jakarta, the capital, is one of the worlds largest and most densely populated cities. Being the economic centre of the Indonesia, Jarkata is a powerhouse for Asia business. Despite its complexities, logistical and socio-economic problems, the city remains one of the most vibrant and interesting cities in Asia. Jakarta is situated on Java, one of Indonesia’s largest Islands along with Sumatra and Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua.
Recent measures have improved regulatory efficiency, enhanced regional competitiveness, and created a more vibrant private sector through modernization of the financial sector. Indonesia’s 230+ million people have enjoyed the blossoming of a wide range of political freedoms. Participation in the political process is high and Indonesia is a member of the G20.
Jakarta’s rich culture is still closely steeped in tradition despite its modernisation. When you travel outside of this region, Indonesia retains deep roots to its heritage. Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim-majority democracy although culturally influenced by Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources which are evident everywhere.