Public transportations in The Netherlands are also very convenient. We can use the public transport chip card, which is called OV-chipkaart, to go almost anywhere in The Netherlands by train, bus, metro or tram. I love to travel across The Netherlands by train during weekend to explore the beautiful places in this country.
The only thing that is not very friendly for me in The Netherlands is the unpredictable weather. Rains are common in all seasons, especially autumn and winter, where the winds are often strong and even storm can occur. The daily temperature and weather can also change significantly. Even the weather can be quite cold in the summer.
But there are more things that makes me love to live in this small but beautiful country. The shared historical background and culture between The Netherlands and Indonesia also gives me the feeling that I am not very far from home.
There are many Indonesian restaurant in The Netherlands which have traditional Indonesian dishes such as rendang (spicy beef), sate ayam (chicken skewer), bami (noodles), nasi goreng (fried rice) and many other dishes. I can also find the ingredients to make some Indonesian dishes by myself in the supermarkets. There are many Indonesian students as well in The Netherlands, and we also socialize with each other and we also have the Indonesian Student Association at each city/region in The Netherlands.