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comment Travelling as an unmarried Western couple in Indonesia
@CGCampbell The problem I mentioned mix-race situation only because Indonesian tend to assume all "white/black" are foreigners and all "yellow" are Indonesian. And you don't want them to think that MAYBE there is a legal problem.
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comment Travelling as an unmarried Western couple in Indonesia
@DavidRicherby OK then. I was not wanting to cram the paragraph with trivia
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comment Travelling as an unmarried Western couple in Indonesia
@Szabolcs The shirt rule do not apply in Bali.Also it is not straightforward indecent, but very casual to wear those clothe (note those are mainly children photo). If you are not currently plowing your field and are above 15yo, you should wear proper clothe. And "should" is a strong word in traditionalist mind. "Proper" also depend on the context.After all, socks are OK but not with sandals
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comment Travelling as an unmarried Western couple in Indonesia
@DavidRicherby No. I mean it is very comon in Indonesia to have physical contact with your friends. Men and women often hold each other in a way that lover hold each other in the west. And also, 2 men/women are alowed to share a bed. It is assumed they are just friend (while it's illegal to assume this if they are opposite sex)
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comment What mobile network has the best 4G coverage in Indonesia?
@springgrolls Well... the fact that 2 children of aquitance children died from lack of basic medical care allow me to call it poor. Java and Bali may look "not worth than Thailand" but I live in Aceh countryside and I can tell you this country at large is MASSIVELY underdeveloped.
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comment What mobile network has the best 4G coverage in Indonesia?
I give a more develop answer below, but your quote explain well the absurdity of the subject. 750,000 user is 0.3% of the population and certainy less than 0.01% of the country area
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answered What mobile network has the best 4G coverage in Indonesia?
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comment Timeframe for extension of Indonesian 60 days tourist visa
Sorry, I meant "at least 3 days". The time it really take depend on which office you are going (plus a blind luck component). In Medan and Bandung, it usually take 2 days. In Jepara, they usually take 3 weeks. I love Indonesian immigration -__-
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comment Bribing Indonesian police for missing motorbike license
I can tell you that you can travel for year in Medan without any trouble. But the police in Bali is infamous for checking the licence of every "bule" I drove for one month in Java (you will mostly be in Java, right?) without any control