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Tropical archipelago, home to the world's largest Muslim population; regarded since the late 1970s as the world's most wave-enriched nation, filled with a seemingly endless array of perfectly foiled reefbreaks. While cities like Jakarta are crowded, and in some cases blighted, vast portions of Indonesia are lightly populated (less than half of its 13,000 islands are inhabited) and sublimely beauti...

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