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Indonesia's Information

Flag of Indonesia
Land Area 1,811,569 km2
Water Area 93,000 km2
Total Area 1,904,569km2 (#14)
Population 258,316,051 (#4)
Population Density 142.59/km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $3,030.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $11,700
Currency Rupiah (IDR)
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People listed are almost always native to the country. We do (on occasion) include those that have either lived within the country for most of their adult life, or have made a significant contribution to the country in their personal endeavors.

  • Ruslan Abdulgani politician
  • Mustafa Abubakar politician
  • Ebiet G. Ade singer, songwriter
  • Utut Adianto chess grandmaster
  • Djamaluddin Adinegoro reporter, political analyst
  • Affandi artist
  • Taufik Akbar engineer
  • Ali Alatas diplomat, foreign minister
  • Zahir Ali race car driver
  • Azwar Anas politician
  • Anggun singer, songwriter
  • Ian Antono guitarist, songwriter
  • Desi Anwar news presenter
  • Rosihan Anwar journalist, author
  • Anton Apriantono politician
  • Nike Ardilla singer
  • Yongki Aribowo football player
  • Eva Arnaz actress
  • Assaat former interim president
  • Aburizal Bakrie politician
  • Basuki actor, comedian
  • Yayuk Basuki tennis player
  • Dewa Made Beratha politician
  • Indra Birowo actor, comedian
  • Boediono vice president
  • Titus Bonai football player
  • Broery singer, songwriter
  • Sigit Budiarto badminton player
  • Arief Budiman sociologist
C - F
  • Syamsul Chaeruddin football player
  • Bachtiar Chamsyah politician
  • Ines Putri Tjiptadi Chandra Miss Indonesia 2012, golfer
  • Tatu Atut Chosiyah politician
  • Inul Daratista singer
  • Dewiq singer, songwriter
  • Ahmad Dhani singer
  • Titi Dwijayati "Titi DJ" singer, actor
  • Iwan Fals singer, songwriter
  • Adriyanti Firdasari badminton player
  • Dorce Gamalama singer, songwriter, comedian
  • Soe Hok Gie activist
  • Melly Goeslaw singer, songwriter
  • Agum Gumelar military, politician, sportsman
  • Tania Gunadi actress
  • Tony Gunawan badminton player
  • Gita Gutawa singer, songwriter, actress
  • B. J. Habibie politician, former president
  • Christian Hadinata badminton player
  • Soedarsono Hadisapoetro politician
  • Christine Hakim actress, film producer, activist
  • Abdul Halim former prime minister
  • Hamengkubuwono IX former vice president
  • Burhanuddin Harahap former prime minister
  • Sunaryati Hartono lawyer, educator
  • Rio Haryanto race car driver
  • Teuku Muhammad Hasan politician
  • Mohammad Hatta former vice president
  • Hamzah Haz politician, former vice president
  • Ahmadun Yosi Herfanda journalist, poet
  • Eng Hian badminton player
  • Taufik Hidayat badminton player
I - J
  • Fahmi Idris politician
  • Ani Idrus journalist
  • Sri Mulyani Indrawati economist
  • Sri Indriyani weightlifter
  • Rhoma Irama singer, songwriter
  • Eko Yuli Irawan weightlifter
  • Shendy Puspa Irawati badminton player
  • Irwansyah actor, singer
  • Usmar Ismail film director
  • Mulan Jameela singer
  • H.B. Jassin literary critic, documentarian, professor
  • Marina Joesoef artist
  • Chris John boxer
  • Jusuf Kalla politician, former vice president
  • Ginandjar Kartasasmita politician
  • Djuanda Kartawidjaja former prime minister
  • Markis Kido badminton player
  • Krisdayanti singer, actress

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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.