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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.

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  • Sony Dwi Kuncoro badminton player
  • Indra Lesmana jazz pianist
  • Bunga Citra Lestari pop singer, actress
  • Jahja Ling orchestra conductor
  • Mochtar Lubis journalist, novelist
  • Yusril Ihza Mahendra politician
  • Nabiel Makarim politician
  • Tan Malaka nationalist activist, communist leader
  • Adam Malik former vice president, diplomat, journalist
  • Camelia Malik actress
  • Marshanda actress, singer
  • Gesang Martohartono singer, songwriter
  • Luna Maya actress
  • Maylaffayza violinist, singer
  • Ananda Mikola race car driver
  • Mike Mohede singer
  • Agnes Monica actress, singer, songwriter, dancer
  • Sherina Munaf actress, singer, songwriter
  • Musso politician
  • Sandow Nasution weightlifter
  • Mohammad Natsir former prime minister
  • Muhammad Nazar politician
  • Soekarno M. Noer actor, film producer
  • Rizal Nurdin politician
  • Bambang Pamungkas football player
  • Mari Pangestu minister of tourism
  • Bryan Panjaitan football player
  • Jodi Ann Paterson actress
  • Budi Patra journalist, writer
  • Julia Perez singer, actress
  • Greysia Polii badminton player
  • Wynne Prakusya tennis player
  • Radius Prawiro economist, politician
  • Barry Prima actor
  • Titiek Puspa singer, songwriter, actress
  • Rochy Putiray football player
  • Amien Rais politician
  • Hatta Rajasa politician
  • Rizal Ramli economist, politician
  • Dada Rosada politician
  • Rossa singer
  • Raema Lisa Rumbewas weightlifter
  • Ruth Sahanaya singer
  • Daniel Sahuleka singer, musician
  • Rasuna Said politician
  • Nurfitriyana Saiman archer
  • Chairul Saleh politician
  • Raden Saleh painter
  • Agus Salim diplomat, politician
  • Emil Salim economist, politician
  • Asrul Sani writer, poet, screenwriter, director
  • Simon Santoso badminton player
  • Ali Sastroamidjojo former prime minister
  • Dian Sastrowardoyo actress
  • Acha Septriasa actress
  • Hendra Setiawan badminton player
  • Yuni Shara singer
  • Alwi Shihab politician
  • Sutan Sjahrir former prime minister
  • Amir Sjarifoeddin politician, former prime minister
  • Winarni Binti Slamet weightlifter
  • Soenario politician
  • Hadi Soesastro economist, public intellectual
  • Boaz Solossa football player
  • Ricky Subagja badminton player
  • Prabowo Subianto former special forces soldier
  • Pratiwi Sudarmono scientist
  • Sudharmono former vice president
  • Tora Sudiro actor, comedian
  • Budiman Sudjatmiko activist, politician
  • Suharto former president
  • Sukarno former president
  • Oka Sulaksana sailor, windsurfer
  • Shireen Sungkar actress, singer
  • Jaya Suprana composer, pianist, television presenter

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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.