The Melaka government has requested Indonesia to open the Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport in Pekanbaru, Riau for international flights, especially the Melaka-Pekanbaru route, which has a high demand from health tourists.
When COVID-19 cases were first found in Indonesia, regional leaders such as Jakarta’s governor set up social distancing and work-from-home policies, closed government office buildings and encouraged companies to implement social distancing and remote working.
Changing nature of Asian trade presents digital economy opportunity for Australia, says Jakarta-based analyst
The digital economy, commodities and international trade in Southeast Asia were discussed during a webinar organised by the Asia Society.
Sunshine by day, water by night: Indonesia could pair its vast solar and hydro storage to decarbonise the country
To balance a solar-dominated electricity system overnight and during rainy periods, Indonesia will need large amounts of energy storage.
With 180 million young people in Indonesia ready to join the workforce in 2030, the number of creators is expected to explode as many of them aspire to become artists, writers and Youtubers.
Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Foreign Minister Penny Wong will visit Jakarta next week, in a bid to kick off a new era in relations with the country’s largest neighbor.
Discrimination, denial and even death threats have driven many LGBTQ Indonesians out of the country.
Three days after sinking of Indonesian cargo vessel, fisherman finds 10 more survivors ‘in good condition’
Three days after a cargo vessel sank in the Makasar Strait off the coast of Indonesia, 10 more survivors have been located, including the captain and other crew.
In a wood-plank house on the banks of the Batang Hari River, a dukun, or traditional healer, named Siti Hawa, 62, handles a grass-like plant topped with white and purple flowers.
Jakartans trust the government more compared to people in South Sulawesi, and that influenced COVID-19 prevention compliance
Just like many countries, the Indonesian government imposed control measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, including social distancing, mandatory mask wearing, self-isolation, handwashing, using hand sanitiser, cleaning surfaces, and being vaccinated.