Desa Devisa Program - 1

(Foreign Exchange Village)

Boosting the export of regional superior commodities in Indonesia


The Desa Devisa Program aims to improve the capacity of local communities and develop villages’ superior commodities. This program also encourages the participation of rulal communities in the global export chain, so they can generate foreign exchange and contribute to the country through export activities.

To date, the government has extablished two Desa Devisa, namely Desa Devisa Kokoa in Jembrana, Bali with fermented cocoa beans as its superior commodity and Desa Devisa Kerajinan in Bantul, Yogyakarta with its environmentally friendly handycraft products.

The two villages have received various training and continuous assistance to improve their product quality, production capacity, human resource development, and also to obtain certification in order to increase the commodities’ selling prices so as to boost their export activities.

Desa Devisa Program - 2

(Foreign Exchange Village)

Boosting the export of regional superior commodities in Indonesia


The Desa Devisa Program aims to improve the capacity of local communities and develop villages’ superior commodities. This program also encourages the participation of rulal communities in the global export chain, so they can generate foreign exchange and contribute to the country through export activities.

To date, the government has extablished two Desa Devisa, namely Desa Devisa Kokoa in Jembrana, Bali with fermented cocoa beans as its superior commodity and Desa Devisa Kerajinan in Bantul, Yogyakarta with its environmentally friendly handycraft products.

The two villages have received various training and continuous assistance to improve their product quality, production capacity, human resource development, and also to obtain certification in order to increase the commodities’ selling prices so as to boost their export activities.

Desa Devisa Program - 3

(Foreign Exchange Village)

Boosting the export of regional superior commodities in Indonesia


The Desa Devisa Program aims to improve the capacity of local communities and develop villages’ superior commodities. This program also encourages the participation of rulal communities in the global export chain, so they can generate foreign exchange and contribute to the country through export activities.

To date, the government has extablished two Desa Devisa, namely Desa Devisa Kokoa in Jembrana, Bali with fermented cocoa beans as its superior commodity and Desa Devisa Kerajinan in Bantul, Yogyakarta with its environmentally friendly handycraft products.

The two villages have received various training and continuous assistance to improve their product quality, production capacity, human resource development, and also to obtain certification in order to increase the commodities’ selling prices so as to boost their export activities.

Desa Devisa Program - 4

(Foreign Exchange Village)

Boosting the export of regional superior commodities in Indonesia


The Desa Devisa Program aims to improve the capacity of local communities and develop villages’ superior commodities. This program also encourages the participation of rulal communities in the global export chain, so they can generate foreign exchange and contribute to the country through export activities.

To date, the government has extablished two Desa Devisa, namely Desa Devisa Kokoa in Jembrana, Bali with fermented cocoa beans as its superior commodity and Desa Devisa Kerajinan in Bantul, Yogyakarta with its environmentally friendly handycraft products.

The two villages have received various training and continuous assistance to improve their product quality, production capacity, human resource development, and also to obtain certification in order to increase the commodities’ selling prices so as to boost their export activities.

Sate Madura (Madura Satay)

Madura satay is the most common variant of chicken satay in Indonesia. The sweet savoury peanut sauce adds to its deliciousness. Madura satay is usually served with small slices of chilli, shallots, and lontong (rice cake) or rice.


Sate Padang (Padang-style Satay)

Originating from Padang, West Sumatra, this satay variant that has a distinctive taste. It is commonly made from beef, beef tongue, and beef innards which are skewered and seasoned before being griller. Padang-style satay is served with aromatic curt-like sauce and spicy Padang Balado chips.

Sate Lilit (Minced Meat Satay)

Minced meat satay is one of the signature dishes of Bali Island. In contrast to other satay variants, the meat on the satay is mixed with grated coconut, coconut milk, lime, and other spices before wrapped around lemongrass stalk. Minced meat satay is one the favourited food for foreign tourist visiting Bali.

Sate Madura (Madura Satay)

Madura satay is the most common variant of chicken satay in Indonesia. The sweet savoury peanut sauce adds to its deliciousness. Madura satay is usually served with small slices of chilli, shallots, and lontong (rice cake) or rice.


Sate Padang (Padang-style Satay)

Originating from Padang, West Sumatra, this satay variant that has a distinctive taste. It is commonly made from beef, beef tongue, and beef innards which are skewered and seasoned before being griller. Padang-style satay is served with aromatic curt-like sauce and spicy Padang Balado chips.

Sate Lilit (Minced Meat Satay)

Minced meat satay is one of the signature dishes of Bali Island. In contrast to other satay variants, the meat on the satay is mixed with grated coconut, coconut milk, lime, and other spices before wrapped around lemongrass stalk. Minced meat satay is one the favourited food for foreign tourist visiting Bali.

Sate Madura (Madura Satay)

Madura satay is the most common variant of chicken satay in Indonesia. The sweet savoury peanut sauce adds to its deliciousness. Madura satay is usually served with small slices of chilli, shallots, and lontong (rice cake) or rice.


Sate Padang (Padang-style Satay)

Originating from Padang, West Sumatra, this satay variant that has a distinctive taste. It is commonly made from beef, beef tongue, and beef innards which are skewered and seasoned before being griller. Padang-style satay is served with aromatic curt-like sauce and spicy Padang Balado chips.

Sate Lilit (Minced Meat Satay)

Minced meat satay is one of the signature dishes of Bali Island. In contrast to other satay variants, the meat on the satay is mixed with grated coconut, coconut milk, lime, and other spices before wrapped around lemongrass stalk. Minced meat satay is one the favourited food for foreign tourist visiting Bali.

Sate Madura (Madura Satay)

Madura satay is the most common variant of chicken satay in Indonesia. The sweet savoury peanut sauce adds to its deliciousness. Madura satay is usually served with small slices of chilli, shallots, and lontong (rice cake) or rice.

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