Customs, costumes & etiquette in Indonesia
This is a selection of resources on customs, costumes and etiquette in Indonesia available from the NLB catalogue or the Internet. It is not meant to be an exhaustive list.
NLB print and digital resources
Cultureshock! Jakarta: A survival guide to customs and etiquette
This book is the definitive guide to living and working in Jakarta. Discover the diversity and richness of the city and immerse yourself in the culture, traditions and lifestyle of the locals and get accustomed to particular traditions and social etiquettes of Indonesia.
Retrieved from Overdrive. (myLibraryID is required to access this ebook).
Pocket Jakarta: Top sights, local life, made easy
This book is a comprehensive guide to Jakarta, from its people to cultural festivities to historical sites. It offers a brief yet detailed look at living as a Jakartan.
All rights reserved, Footscray, Victoria: Lonely Planet Global Limited, 2017.
Customs & etiquette of Indonesia
Learn about the importance of body language and gestures when communicating with Indonesians. This book also explores aspects of customs and dress that play significant roles in Indonesian culture and identity.
All rights reserved, London: Simple Guides, 2007.
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