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  • Krakatau - West Java: Challenge The Big Sunda Strait Wave
    on Mar 18, 2009 in West Java
    Krakatau Mountain which located at the Sunda strait can be seen from the boat at the Merak-Banten to Bakauheni, Lampung. After take a rest for a while at the Travellers Krakatoa Nirwana Resort, my friend form Jakarta and me go to Krakatau. We use woo...
  • Samarinda - East Kalimantan : Discover Dayak Kenyah Village
    on Mar 16, 2009 in East Kalimantan
    If you heard Dayak tribe, you may think that the tribe was deep in the middle of kalimantan jungle which is hard to reach. But not for Dayak Kenyah tribe, you just go to the north of Samarinda, East Kalimantan, the exact location was in the Pampang v...
  • Batik Danar Hadi Museum : Get Close With The Batik Craft
    on Mar 4, 2009 in Central Java
    Not only collecting 10,000 sheets of ancient batik cloth original from Indonesia, The Batik Kuno Danar Hadi Museum also smell jasmine and ylang ylang flower. The using of this nature flower is turn out to be one way to keep the quality of the Batik s...
  • Natsepa Beach, Ambon - Maluku : Beautiful White Sand Beach
    on Feb 23, 2009 in Maluku
    As capital city of Maluku-East Indonesia, Ambon is very well known for its white sand beaches. More over because most of those coast line always visited by fish boat from morning till the end of the day to sell their catching.On of the beautiful beac...
  • Oenesu Waterfall – Kupang : Knitting Love Under The Rumble Waterfall
    on Feb 14, 2009 in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT)
    “Above the sandstone, next to Oenesu, we met. Near the rumble waterfall, we knitting yearn. My fidgetiness has gone, after long time separated. Here, we united again……”Morning has not come yet. Sun still hide in the shelter. But, Lorita has b...
  • Segara Anakan, Cilacap : The Unique Lagoon
    on Feb 14, 2009 in Central Java
    Many regions in Indonesia have wide areas, but not all of them have many tourists object. Cilacap is one of the largest regency in Central Java Province. But, the name Nusa Kambangan Prison makes Cilacap has bad image as prisoner place whereas, there...
  • Tanjung Marthafons – Ambon – Maluku : City Gate of Ambon
    on Feb 12, 2009 in Maluku
    Ambon, after social riot several years ago, has been changed from dead city to beautiful city. Diverse and attractive tourism passed off for couple year, has been rework since 2008.And the result, slowly, Ambon tourism began to show up again. Every w...
  • Banten – West Java : Exotic, Mystic and Magic Trip
    on Feb 12, 2009 in West Java
    The mystic Baduy people, the beautiful white sand coast. the lush Ujung Kulon jungle, the supernatural attraction, Here is... Banten.Creeps!! That was your first impression when you saw Debus attraction, unique and rare attraction only available in B...
  • Marsegu Island - Maluku : Unforgetable Adventure
    on Feb 11, 2009 in Maluku
    Marsegu Island was located at west side of Seram Island (Nusa Ina / Ibu Island) which famous with its Taman Nasional Manusela (National Park Manusela). Marsegu island was at West Seram regency, Province of Maluku. Local people named this island as M...
  • Cirebon – West Java : Your Next Tour Destination
    on Feb 11, 2009 in West Java
    North Java coast is the best place for Chinese culture acculturation. You can see from cities such as Batavia, Gresik, Tuban, Madura, Semarang, and Cirebon. At least there is other culture beside Chinese that give those city “the colour of life”.
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