The pavilion will be home to diversity, innovation and opportunities to explore how Indonesia is creating a better future with innovations that merge modern technologies and local knowledge.
Indonesia is home to 270 million people, around 300 ethnic languages, and the world’s largest Muslim population.
A G20, APEC, ASEAN and WTO member, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia, and one of the biggest in the world.
Indonesians absorb their language from Sanskrit, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Portuguese, and English.
Home to the popular tourist destination of Bali, Indonesia is almost three times the size of the State of Texas and, after Canada, has the second longest coastline in the world – more than 54,000 km. It also has some of the world’s most spectacular coral reefs, tropical rainforests and many exotic species of flora and fauna. Its warm tropical climate, natural beauty and friendly people attract tourists from all over the world – leading author Elizabeth Pisani to label it 'the invisible giant'.