Greetings in Indonesian


Due to my bad Indonesian skills, I got a Happy Haircut. But at least I manage some Greetings in Indonesian.

After learning these greeting in Indonesian, you’d be ready for your take of to Bali!

Hi good morning,

Happy Haircut

As you can see, yesterday I had the worst hairdresser experience ever. Actually, the happy haircut was created due to a communication problem. So I definitely need to learn some more Bahasa Indonesia to avoid another happy haircut like that. Actually, I already picked up a little bit.

Greetings in Indonesian

If it is in the morning you say: “Salamat pagi”

Or if it is in the evening it is: “Salamat malam”

If it is time to eat, it is: “Salamat macan”

And if it is a girl coming the other way, I keep saying: “Salamat sayang”

Which actually means “darling”. It’s no propper Indonesian, I know that. But it creates always a smile in the other persons face.

Happy HaircutAnd then, another very essential one: If it is an Australian bloke you say: “Salamat Bintang”

So that means cheers mate.


After this preparation,

You’d be ready for your take of to Bali!


Learn some more greetings in Indonesian, with even better pronunciation than mine:


4 thoughts on “Happy Haircut – Greetings in Indonesian

  1. Jenny says:

    Nice hairless style Klaus😂 I actually find bold men very attractive and I’m sure am not the only one 😉
    Indonesian language sounds really nice. You definitely could make an effort and learn it because you’ll be missing a great deal of connection if you don’t.

    1. 4ster says:

      Thank you for the compliment!
      Almost everyone – apart from the hairdresser – speaks so good English here, so it is hard to practice. But the real reason is, I am not really committed to taking action. I probably need an Indonesian girlfriend, that doesn’t speak English nor German 😉

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