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How Can Indonesia Make your Christmas Extra Special?

Indonesia is a beautiful country located in the southeast portion of Asia. It is made up of many islands, sovaldi and the country has the most active volcanoes in the world. Millions of tourists visit Indonesia each year, and the Christmas season is an exciting time to visit the country. About 5 percent of the population of Indonesia is Christian; therefore, the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated in the country.

The Indonesian population really enjoys celebrating Christmas. Many events and festivals take place during the Christmas season. These activities are enjoyed by not only local citizens, but also tourists as well.

People in Indonesia begin to celebrate the holiday about a month prior to Christmas. Local markets supply turkeys, cranberry sauce, Christmas cookies and other Christmas foods. Because the stores have a limited supply, the people flock to get what they need. Some individuals will visit several different markets, as one store does not have the things they want.

Many people in the country buy tropical pine trees. You can buy real or artificial trees. The department stores have many Christmas decorations, including trees, cards, lights and stockings.

There are many charities around the country that collect donations on Christmas. The donations go to help orphanages or other charity organizations. Knowing that you are helping the less fortunate can help your Christmas extra special.

There are many villages in Indonesia that reenact the nativity scene that took place in Bethlehem so many years ago. They sing Christmas songs while around the nativity, and a Bible reading takes place in many languages.

Numerous churches in the country perform Christmas programs the entire week of Christmas. At the end of the week, they have a huge party where a meal is served.

Christmas is a national holiday in Indonesia, and in areas such as Jaya and Bali, there are parties and festivals that honor holiday traditions of not only Christians, but Muslims as well. In the Maluku Islands, the shopping centers and markets are splendidly decorated, and there are numerous plays, dances and dramas on the island.

The largest cathedral in the country, located in Jakarta, is home to many Christmas celebrations. The town has festive Christmas decorations throughout, including trees and Christmas cakes. On Christmas Eve, the churches are filled with people praying, and some villages even have a fireworks display.

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Christmas in Indonesia is a special time of the year, as there are so many things that you can do in the country to make your holiday special. When spending Christmas in Indonesia, you will make memories to last a lifetime.


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