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Before traveling to Indonesia, make sure you have a valid passport and visa (for some countries). You should also get vaccinations against typhoid, malaria and Japanese encephalitis.
You will find that the population of Indonesia is very multicultural with Muslims, Protestants, Roman Catholics, Hindus and Buddhists all living together.
The best times to visit Indonesia are from May to September and the shoulder season is from January to May and September to November.
During your stay be sure to try local foods like Nasi Goreng, Soto Betawi, Soto Mie and Sayur Asem. Before you leave home, take a look at this handy travel guide for more info on Indonesia.
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