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How to Say I Love You in Indonesian Posted by on Feb 14, 2017 in Uncategorized

It’s Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air all around the world. Well, except for in Banda Aceh, Sumatra, where the holiday has been banned. There are 364 other days in the year to express your love anyways, so why not learn how to say “I love you” in Indonesian?

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In this short video, you’ll learn Indonesian vocabulary for your significant other, some useful phrases/words for getting serious, and¬†finally those all-important words:

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About the Author: sasha

Sasha is an English teacher, writer, photographer, and videographer from the great state of Michigan. Upon graduating from Michigan State University, he moved to China and spent 5+ years living, working, studying, and traveling there. He also studied Indonesian Language & Culture in Bali for a year. He and his wife run the travel blog Grateful Gypsies, and they're currently trying the digital nomad lifestyle across Latin America.


  1. Alain Feyeux:

    I dream to study and live a year in Bali in the next few years .
    Do you have any advice. I am 62 and healthy
    I currently live in the New York City area . Actually I came here in 1984…
    Met a woman from Jakarta (we are not together at this time , since she chose to go back to her roots , meaning Jakarta.
    I still hope for her to my heart.
    I was born in France , but also lived in Switzerland.
    I have started to learn a little bit of Bahasa Indonesian.
    Thank you. If you have any advice..I will take them .

    • sasha:

      @Alain Feyeux Thanks for the comment! There are quite a few language schools in Bali where you can learn Bahasa Indonesia. The problem is the visa situation there. You probably get 30 days free on arrival but then have to leave. If you hope to study, it’s possible to acquire a social-cultural visa in advance that will let you stay up to 6 months. I highly recommend it!