Indonesia

Prayer times in Indonesia

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Payer Times for Cities in Indonesia

CityFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
04:4906:0311:5515:1717:4818:58
04:5006:0412:1015:3518:1519:25
04:5106:0611:5915:2117:5219:02
04:5106:0511:5915:2117:5219:02
04:5906:1312:0815:3118:0419:13
05:0706:2212:3115:5718:4119:51
04:5406:0812:0715:3118:0619:15
05:0206:1612:2015:4518:2519:34
04:3805:5211:4415:0617:3718:47
04:2905:4311:3514:5617:2718:37

Prayer Times of Others Cities in Indonesia

About Indonesia

Indonesia, an enchanting archipelago located between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, is renowned as the world's largest island country, housing more than a staggering 17,000 islands. With an estimated population exceeding 273 million, it claims the title as the world's 4th most populous nation. Jakarta, the nation's bustling capital and largest city, stands as one of the world's most populous urban areas. The country's strategic geographic location gifts it with shared borders with various countries, including Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and the eastern part of Malaysia. From a cultural perspective, Indonesia is a remarkable melting pot of influences, assimilating elements from Malay, Indian, Arabic, Chinese, and European sources. This diversity is evident in its population with over 300 ethnic groups, each fostering unique cultural identities over centuries. The official language is Indonesian, a symbol of national identity. Indonesia's rich cultural heritage is mirrored in its diverse and vibrant arts scene, featuring an intriguing blend of traditional and modern dance, music, and puppetry. Despite its diverse ethnicity and languages, it has a national motto, 'Bhinneka Tunggal Ika,' meaning 'Unity in Diversity,' emphasizing harmony and the spirit of mutual cooperation. Indonesia's economy, the largest in Southeast Asia, is an emerging market and developing economy. It hosts a mix of sectors, from agriculture, resource extraction, and manufacturing to the services sector, making it a key player in the global economic landscape. However, despite its economic prowess, the country grapples with several environmental challenges such as deforestation, climate change, and wildlife conservation. The nation boasts diverse flora and fauna, much of which is under threat due to deforestation and illegal wildlife trafficking. In spite of the challenges, Indonesia, with its rich cultural heritage, mesmerizing landscapes, and dynamic economy, remains an intriguing country to explore.