By Robin Lim
Pack your luggage! we are headed to Indonesia! in this whirl-wind travel, you will examine all in regards to the country's panorama, tradition, humans, and extra. we will discover Indonesia's volcanic islands and old temples, flavor a steaming bowl of bakso noodle soup, and watch a late-night shadow puppet convey. a distinct part introduces Indonesia's capital, language, inhabitants, and flag. Hop on board and take a fun-packed examine your international.
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Muslims pray again at sunset. After prayer, everyone can eat. After Ramadan The three days after Ramadan are called Eid al-Fitr. Families visit. They share special sweet treats and dates. People ask one another to forgive the wrongs they have done. Boys in Jakarta carry torches in a parade marking the end of Ramadan and the beginning of Eid al-Fitr. 31 Wear a Sarong Have you ever worn a sarong? A sarong is a piece of cloth that is 6 feet (2 m) long. People wrap it around their waists and tie it.
On this whirlwind tour, you’ll learn all about the country’s landscape, culture, people, and more. We’ll explore Indonesia’s volcanic islands and ancient temples, taste a steaming bowl of bakso noodle soup, and watch a late-night shadow puppet show. A special section introduces Indonesia’s capital, language, population, and flag. Hop on board and take a fun-filled look at your world.