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An Overview of Indonesia - learn a bit about your new home

Preparations for Moving to Indonesia

Housing - Finding your new residence in Indonesia

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Living Outside Jakarta

Communications - Keeping in Touch

Preparing your new home for residence

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Children and Family Life in Indonesia

Transportation and Travel - Ways to get around during your stay

Shopping for your Daily Needs

Essential Services

Banking and Personal Finances

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Health and Medical Concerns

Recreation and Sports - Things to do in your leisure time

Community Involvement - Getting Involved in the Expat Community

Religious Services in Foreign Languages

Indonesian Customs and Culture - Learn More about your Host Country

Learn more about Indonesian Products

Cross Cultural Concerns

Doing Business in Indonesia - Info from the Experts

Mixed Marriages - Indonesians and Expatriates

Expat Stories - the Humorous Side of Living In Indonesia

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These articles are written by web site volunteers, in response to requests and postings from readers. The writers are seasoned veterans in Indonesia and endeavor to provide as wide a view on each subject as possible. The unlinked topics represent articles which are planned or under development. If your specific questions are not addressed, post your questions on the Living in Indonesia Forum. If you have unanswered questions or information you wish to contribute, please write to us.

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