Pangandaran, The Second Bali

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As a beach that directly facing the Indian Ocean, Pangandaran was once hit by tsunami strikes back in June 2006. However, the main tourism object of Ciamis, West Java, is quickly recovered. Now the tourism activity on the beach also known as the second Bali has been re-bloom.

Moreover, it’s …

Walk Along Tablanusu, The Tourism Village of Papua

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Jayapura, Papua Province, famous for its Sentani Lake. In fact, if you want to digg deeper, the area also offers many village-based tourist attraction. Many villages in Jayapura offer natural and cultural tourism.
One of them that is being worked on and used as a tourism village model is Tablanusu, Deprape …

Bali Pecatu Resort, Beutiful combination of Kuta and Nusa Dua

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Bali is identical with Kuta Beach, Sanur and Nusa Dua. No wonder if those three tourism icon of Bali are always crowded. The development of Pecatu Indah Resort dubbed as the New Kuta is to split the density of tourists in those three places.
Kuta is full of entertainment. Various …

Bunaken Marine Park, Manado, North Sulawesi

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Talking about Manado, certainly can’t be separated from Bunaken Marine Park. Not only in Indonesia, that maritime tourism object is already famous all over the world. It’s the paradise for diving and snorkelling enthusiasts.
Visiting Manado, North Sulawesi, is not incomplete, if you don’t visit the Bunaken Marine Park. Although separated …

In Gura Ici, No Fisherman Returned Empty Handed

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This article is a part of this one.
Gura Ici is also known as the paradise for fishing. In fact, even for those who don’t like fishing or don’t know how to, the archipelago’s water offers an unforgettable fishing experience.
In Gura Ici, also Makayoa Islands in general, fishermen are guaranteed …

Mount Kerinci, The Wasted Heaven

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Indonesia’s Jambi province can be called the center of Sumatra Island. It’s located right in the middle of the island and also has Sumatra’s highest point, the top of Mount Kerinci with a height of 3805 meters above sea level and the lowest at 725 meters above sea level.
As the …

Gura Ici, Makayoa Islands, Halmahera

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Gura Ici, Makayoa Islands is another tourism potential of North Maluku. Late last month, Makayoa islands was introduced through Gura Ici Festival. There, visitors can find dozens of tiny islands surrounded by white sand, soft and hard coral, and also ghost stingrays.
Gura Ici is a small island among dozens of …

Tips to Get the Best Hotel

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Do you want a hotel that suited all your needs, or just a place to sleep?
Here are some tips to help you choosing a hotel

If you use a travel agent service, contact your travel agent. Travel agents must have a lower price or promotion to a hotel. Ask for explanations …

Mandau, Dayak Traditional Weapon

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Kalimantan/Borneo is one of five major islands in Indonesia. Actually the island is not only the origin place of Dayak tribe because there are also Banjar (South Kalimantan) and the Malays. But Borneo usually related with Dayak. Moreover,there are different culture developed among Dayaks themselves. In other words, cultures developed …

Musi, The Lifeblood of Palembang

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Musi River is a river located in South Sumatra, Indonesia. With a length of 750 km, this river is the longest river on Sumatra that split the city of Palembang in two. The Ampera bridge that become the icon of Palembang is passed over this river. Since the era of …