And while they are well aware of the months-long political crisis that has killed 28 people and injured hundreds, they are not worried. "We looked at the foreign ministry website and there was no travel warning." The Haas family from the Netherlands was also on its way to Thailand from Dusseldorf, where it was waiting for a connecting flight. The family, too, was not worried about the political situation. The protests were limited Bangkok and like most tourists, the four family members were headed for the islands in the south.
Data made public on the commission's website indicates Mr Widodo will be announced as Indonesia's next president. Indonesians are bracing to see whether his rival will stick to his claims that "massive fraud" has taken place - and how his supporters will react. The outgoing leader, Mr Yudhoyono, has called for calm, urging all Indonesians "to safeguard the final chapter of the election process".