Indonesia local languages are one of the symbols of diversity in
Indonesia. Not only mesmerized by the diversity of nature and culture,
tourist who come to Indonesia will amused by the huge number of local
languages and dialects spoken in the country. Here in goindonet
, you will find some facts of this multilingual country.
In the world, multilingual population in Indonesia
is the second largest. Throughout the archipelago, more than 700
languages are spoken by locals. Most Indonesia local
languages are in the family of Austronesian languages while some
of them are the family of Papuan languages. In some region, we could also
find people speak Chinese languages.
Javanese is the most spoken local language in Indonesia that widely
spoken in Central Java, Yogyakarta, and East Java. International tourists
are likely hear this languages at least once. If the tourists not
visiting Central Java, Jogja, or East Java, they may hear it from
Javanese workers that work in numerous cities throughout Indonesia,
especially Jakarta and Bali.
When you go Indonesia and arrive at Jakarta, you
can hear Betawi as the local languages of Betawi ethnic in Jakarta. If
you arrive at Bali, listen to the Balinese. When you go to other part of
Indonesia, you will hear people speak differently and that is quite
amusing. After amused by Indonesia local languages, find
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