JAKARTA, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Indonesia opened up two islands close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state on Monday, officials said, as part of calibrated moves to reboot its tourism sector while controlling the spread of COVID-19.
Kota Yogyakarta terkenal dengan seniman, penari dan pemusik; bagaimana mereka beradaptasi selama pandemi COVID-19?
The city of Yogyakarta is famous for its dancers, artists and musicians; how have they adapted to the world of COVID-19?
AFC Women’s Asian Cup: Australia record-breaking goalscorer Sam Kerr mobbed by Indonesian opponents after 18-0 defeat
Captain Kerr scores five to break national goalscoring tally with 54, record was previously held by former men’s international Tim Cahill.
Indonesia will push for the creation of a new global health agency while the country holds the presidency of the G20, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said Thursday at the virtual Davos forum.
Indonesia will take a big step on the global stage this year – are Australians paying enough attention?
Many Australians are probably unaware that neighbouring Indonesia has assumed the G20 presidency and will host the crucial meeting of the world’s largest economies for the first time in October.
PAIR Summit 2021 berbagi gagasan untuk memastikan penguatan sektor pariwisata Indonesia pasca-pandemi.
The 2021 PAIR summit heard several ideas for ensuring a strong Indonesian tourism sector post-pandemic.
What targets has the Indonesian government set for itself, how were these targets formulated, and did they change as a result of COP-26? Is the government united in its response to climate change? And does Indonesia have the capacity to implement its climate change response framework?
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken vowed to strengthen American economic ties with Indonesia and boost infrastructure investment in the country after he arrived in Jakarta on Monday to start his first tour of Southeast Asia as Washington’s top diplomat.
A recent analysis of the legal wildlife trade in the last 46 years puts Indonesia, a biodiversity hotspot in Southeast Asia, among the top 10 exporters of live animals.