★ Indonesia ★

By: Mack, Cimi, Mckalynn, & Adison

Places To Go

Komodo National Park - one of the many islands in a string with attractions such as Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizard, and lush reefs.

Ragusa Italian Ice Cream - An ice cream parlor located several places around Indonesia.

Social Activites

Funding for Flood Victims - Floods happen quite often in Indonesia and effect buildings, families, and many other things. They encourage others to donate blanket, money or food. The materials will ease the difficulties the victims are facing.

Mobile Library - In some places children lack the education that they need. The mobile library helps children gain the knowledge or entertainment that they need.


Buddhism - A non-theistic religion (no belief in a creator god), also considered a philosophy and a moral discipline.

Job Position

The job we chose to pursue is a chef. A few popular dishes are Siomay, Pig Roast, and Bakso.

Vehicle We Drive

A 2019 BMW - This car has had the fewest problems reported by 100 car owners.


The friends we associate with are Amy, Cimarron, Mack, Mckaylynn, & Adison.

Foods We Prefer

The foods we tend to eat are: Nasi Goreng, Nasi Uduk, Nasi Padang, Bakpao, & Martabak.

Our Language

The language we speak is Indoneastion.

Political Party

We are apart of the Democratic Party.


Most traditional Indonesian costumes belong to three cultures; Javanese, Sundanese and Balinese. As many other Southeast Asian countries, Indonesian men and women traditionally wear a sarong, a long piece of cloth wrapped around the body from the waist down.

Our Neighborhood

The diversity and versatility of Jakarta make it a great place that has something for everyone, if they know where to look. From mainstream shopping areas to the hipster hub, discover the coolest neighborhoods in Jakarta.

- Kemang

- Menteng

- Sudirman-Thamrin

- Kota Tua

- Kuningan


What parts of my life would remain the same?

We would still be all girls and still need the basic nessesites such as food, water, and shelter.

What parts of my life would be different?

We would be in a completly different culture. We would eat different foods and see different people.

Are you suprised to see how many things in your life would change if your country and culture changed?

Indonesia is a very interesting place. From an outside view their culture and values are a lot nicer than what you see around our town. Yes there's bound to be bad and good in both places but Indonesia just seems to be the better of the two.