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Muara Angke, Really in Jakarta?

[15 Feb 2011 | No Comment | 889 views]

Muara Angke Wildlife Reservation is a conservation area in the mangrove forest on the north coast of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. The reservation was originally established by Dutch colonial on June 17, 1939, with initial area of 15.04 acres. The are was later expanded and in 1960’s has about …

Tidung Island, New Paradise

[7 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 3,868 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 …

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