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Mount Kerinci, The Wasted Heaven

[24 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 911 views]

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 …

Musi, The Lifeblood of Palembang

[14 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 1,035 views]

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 …

Tidung Island, New Paradise

[7 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 4,629 views]

Tidung Island is one of the villages in the Seribu Islands. The island is divided into two, namely, Tidung Besar(Big) and Tidung Kecil(Small). The island also has a considerable population. Tidung Island is a unique place, especially for marine tourism and diving. Coral reef ecosystems in this island is still …

Tips For Solo Backpacking In Indonesia

[16 Jul 2010 | No Comment | 894 views]

You have your own tips? Put them in comment. These what I have so far:

Confirm whether you really want to do the trip alone.
Also make sure that your destination is a relatively safe and not in any conflict .
Search for information as much as possible about your destination, at …

Parangtritis, Simply Awesome

[19 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 727 views]

Parangtritis is a beautiful beach that was so beautiful where the hills of sand and rock meet. This is a beach where you can enjoy the beauty with your family or spouse, because of the romantic and cool atmosphere. There are lots of entertainment you can enjoy, like swimming alongside …

Palu Bridge, One of the Most Beautiful Bridges in Indonesia

[13 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 972 views]

Palu Bridge IV is a bridge located in the city of Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The bridge was inaugurated in May 2006 by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. The bridge that extends over the Talise Gulf is located in the village of Besusu and Lere, which connects East Palu and West …

Batik Jonegoroan

[9 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 1,971 views]

Batik is a cultural craft with high artistic value and has become part of Indonesian culture (especially Java) since long. Batik is also the ancestral heritage of Indonesia that still remains. Each region has their own pattern with its own peculiarities.
One of those region is Bojonegoro. And Bojonegoro has officially …

Indonesia Furniture Handicraft Wholesale Marketplace

[26 Apr 2010 | 2 Comments | 2,432 views]

Indonesian Furnitures and Handicraft have the excellence of complexion and characteristic that can’t be found on other countries. Moreover, the strength and uniqueness of these Indonesian original products are eco-friendly (ecolabel) certified . There are three basic concepts underlying the campaign of Green Furniture of Indonesia, namely the pro-environment, pro-people, …

Kiluan Gulf , The Dolphin’s Heaven

[21 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 2,584 views]

Gulf Kiluan, Lampung, is a perfect place for those who love adventure. The hills and valleys are very tempting to explore.

The travel toward the Gulf Kiluan alone is already a challenge for tourists. The road on the west coast of Sumatra is not too smooth so it needs necessary …

Garumpai House System of Kampung Naga

[19 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 976 views]

Arriving at Kampung Naga, visitors are treated with the views of rows of unique houses of Kampung Naga local residents. The houses are thatched-roofed and wooden-walled with bamboo matting.

The structures and foundations of every buildings owned by residents of Kampung Naga tailored and made to the Sundanese philosophy. …

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