Relocating to a foreign country can be a daunting process. Not only are family and loved ones left behind, but also a familiar way of life. Therefore, it is important for the expatriate to seek out like-minded people in his new country of residence and form new friends and communities to help assimilate into the Indonesian way of life.
Below is a list of some of these communities & clubs.
A non-profit community theatre organization that is open to children, teens and adults of all nationalities.
Contact: Sharon Sobotka firstname.lastname@example.org
Nordic Club Jakarta
Membership is open to Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, Danish and Finnish women or men and their spouses. The club is for the Nordic people to socialize at monthly coffee meetings and other gatherings, assist newcomers to Indonesia as well as volunteer for charity work in Jakarta.
Solo Expatriates Association
Membership is open all men, women and children of all nationalities living in the Solo area of Bali.
Tel: (0271) 712-344
Fax: (0271) 741-824
Email: Michael Micklem, Vice Secretary, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Surabaya Wine Society
Open to men and women of all nationalities
For more information on communities & clubs in Indonesia, head to this website: http://www.expat.or.id/orgs/community.html
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