Indonesians (Indonesian: orang Indonesia) are citizens or people of Indonesia, regardless of their racial, ethnic or religious background.
What do you call an Indonesian person?
In other words, what are people from Indonesia called? A person from Indonesia and/or a citizen of Indonesia is called Indonesian.
How do you address an Indonesian man?
It is also customary to use Pak, Bapak, or Saudara to address men and Bu, Saudari, or Ibu to address women. Pak and Bapak are literally translated as “father”. Bapak is more formal and is used much like the English word, “sir”. Saudara (for men) or Saudari (for women) is another term of greater respect and formality.
What race is someone from Indonesia?
Indonesians: A Malay People
They are regarded as mix of southern Mongols, Proto-Malays, Polynesians, and in some areas, Arab, Indian or Chinese. The main non-Malay people are ethnic groups who live in West Papua (Irian Jaya, on New Guinea) and nearby islands.
What is Indonesia Short name?
Alpha-3. The two-letter country abbreviation for Indonesia is ID, the three-letter code is IDN.
Why Indonesia has no surname?
No. See, in Indonesia we don’t have strict naming convention. It means that parents can choose to give surname to their children. It is all depends on the parents really.
What are people from Indonesia like?
Indonesians are regarded as being very superstitious and mystical, and enjoy slapstick humor. At the same time they are considered as one of the most conservative people in Southeast Asia. Muslim and Asian values about family and social conduct are given a prominent position.