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Batik Dresscode was National Costume or Indonesian Traditional Outfit

The dress code was national costume or traditional Indonesian attire.

Guests at the summit's gala banquet had the choice of wearing their national costume or an Indonesian traditional clothing provided by the organizing committee.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, for example, wore his national costume, whilst Trudeau, Sunak, and even Chinese President Xi Jinping wore Indonesian traditional material.

Sandiaga Uno, Indonesia's Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, stated during a news conference on Nov. 15 that he hoped the global leaders in attendance may add to the "wow impact" by wearing them, given their status as the ultimate influencers in their respective nations.

He also mentioned Nelson Mandela, South Africa's former president, who unwittingly popularized batik globally after wearing his first batik garment, which he got from Indonesia's former president Soeharto.

A traditional clothing code is rather frequent in Asia, particularly for large-scale international events such as the G20 Summit.

The host nation frequently provides traditional shirts or clothes to attendees as a gift as well as apparel to wear at the event.

When Indonesia hosted the APEC Ministerial Meeting in 1994, international leaders, including Bill Clinton, donned batik shirts.

Similarly, at Asean's 31st Summit in Manila in 2017, leaders donned traditional Filipino barong and baro't saya.

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