It is almost impossible not to fall in love while in Indonesia.So, it happens on a daily basis for foreign tourists to feel their heartbeat increasing.A chain-smoking Indonesian man who says he was born in 1870 has finally reached the goal he announced to reporters worldwide last summer — "All I want is to die."Sodimejo, or Mbah Gotho (or Ghoto), had an Indonesian ID card that claimed his date of birth was Dec. Indonesia didn't start recording such things until three decades later, but authorities assured the BBC that Sodimejo's papers were valid.Sodimejo died in his village of Cemeng in Indonesia's Central Java region. Sodimejo was hospitalized April 12 because of deteriorating health but insisted on returning home six days later, his grandson Suryanto told the BBC."Since he came back from the hospital, he only ate spoonfuls of porridge and drank very little," Suryanto said.'All the way' does not only involve sunshine and roses, but also lots of often unsuspected and unexpected rules, regulations and habits that may threaten to put a lid on your happiness.
It is not something most of them have been waiting for.
In addition, homosexuality was made legal in 1993: compare that to neighbouring Malaysia, Myanmar and Singapore where you can (theoretically) go to jail for being gay.
In fact, a law to criminalise it failed to be enacted in 2003 by the Indonesian parliament.
Dating apps, however, are not just used by people wanting to hook up for casual sex.
Online dating apps are also used to meet like-minded people, to form communities, and to disseminate information about sexual and reproductive health.