Creamy Comfort

[17 Oct 2015 | No Comment | 801 views]

Visiting Creamy Comfort in Kerobokan, Bali, you’ll suddenly feel like visiting some place out of this world. Creamy Comfort is designed like an imaginary place that make you feel like you’re in the middle of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ set. The place is like an oasis in the dessert, so different …

Manupeu-Tanah Daru National Park, A Cultural Excursion

[6 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 830 views]

Manupeu-Tanah Daru National Park is a remaining representative of lowland spring forest in Sumba, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Most of the forest area in the park is in the form of cliffs, which emerged to a height of 600 meters from the sea.

Manupeu-Tanah Daru National Park has high biodiversity value …

Sentani Lake, The Place of Peace and Serenity

[29 Feb 2012 | One Comment | 864 views]

Sentani is the name of a lake located in Papua, Indonesia. Sentani lake lies under the slopes of Cycloops Mountain Nature Reserve which has an area of about 245,000 hectares. This lake lies between the city of Jayapura and District Jayapura, Papua. Sentani lake has an area of approximately 9,360 …

Sawi Island, The Angel Island

[27 Feb 2012 | No Comment | 901 views]

Sawi(eng: Green Mustard) Island is located in west Kalimantan, Kendawang, Ketapang district, Indonesia. This island is an ultimate tourism attraction object of west Kalimantan, because of its magnificent scenery and the abundance of marine life in it.

Ketapang district has many small islands. There are about 34 small islands in this …

The Perfume of Mount Pesagi

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Mount Pesagi is the highest mountain in Lampung , SUmatra, Indonesia with an altitude reaches 2,200 meters above sea level. The originality and beauty of the natural atmosphere around Mount Pesagi is still well preserved, and this is a very special attraction. From the top of this mountain, visitors can …

5 Railway Tourism Routes in Indonesia

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The first railway route in Indonesia was built in 1864 by the Dutch colonial. After 148 years on, there are 5 remaining ancient steam train line available for tourism.
The first railway line was the brainchild of Baron Sloet van en Beele. The route was connecting Semarang and Surakarta, stretches for …

Miangas, The Island of Palmas

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Miangas is Indonesia’s outer island located near the border between Indonesia and Philippines. The island is included in Miangas village, subdistrict Nanusa, Talaud Islands, North Sulawesi province, Indonesia. Miangas is one of the islands belonging to the cluster of Nanusa islands which directly adjacent to Philippines.

This island is one …

Salando, The Lamp Island

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Salando Island or known as the Lamps Island by the local community, is a very small island located in the Celebes(Sulawesi Sea, Indonesia. Within 1.18 nautical miles or about 2.13 kilometers of this island is directly adjacent with Malaysia and the Philippines. The island is inhabited by three lighthouse keeper …

Matantimali, World’s Best Paragliding Site

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If you’re addicted to adventure or extreme sports, especially paragliding, then Matantimali is the best place for your hobby because the location is known as one of the best paragliding sites in the world. No, it’s better than that, it’s a sanctuary for paragliders!.

Matantimali located in the village Matantimali in …

Karst Maros Pangkep, Second Largest Karst

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Karst Maros Pangkep region is the second largest and most beautiful in the world after the Karst region in South China. This clustered karst in Maros and Pangkep regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia is partly included in Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park area which spans over 43,750 acres.

The uniqueness of Karst …