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Komodo Island: Seeing Komodo Dragons, A Practical Guide

Komodo Island: Seeing Komodo Dragons, A Practical Guide

Indonesia’s Komodo Islands are one of those places you never think you will see in a lifetime. Those magical and mysterious places that you secretly dream about while watching a National Geographic documentary. Islands, paradisiacal beaches, volcanoes, wild animals, incredible diving spots, possibilities to hike, to see the Komodo dragons in real life, to be alone in the world on a beach … such a place does it really exist? and anyway, it must probably be difficult to access, right?…

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Kintamani Coffee: Traditional Coffee Cultivation in Mount Batur.

Kintamani Coffee: Traditional Coffee Cultivation in Mount Batur.

Kintamani is located in the north of the island of Bali, west of Mount Batur. A volcano with a height of about 1,700 meters above sea level. Apart from being a producer of oranges, it is known as the largest coffee producer in Bali. Kintamani coffee is a quality coffee and one of the most famous in the world. The Kintamani plateau is suitable for Arabica coffee cultivation. From Denpasar it takes about 2 hours to get to Kintamani. If…

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Rammang-rammang, the beautiful karst mountain in Indonesia

Rammang-rammang, the beautiful karst mountain in Indonesia

The Rammang Rammang karst mountains are known as the third largest and most beautiful karst mountain in the world after the karst in South China and Vietnam. Karst mountains are typical landscapes formed as a result of the process of settling an area of ​​carbonate rock or easily dissolved rock, resulting in a unique form of the earth’s surface with characteristics of exokarst above the surface and indokarst below the surface. Rammang-rammang karst mountain   The Rammang Rammang karst is a…

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Transportation Mode in Jakarta Available to Choose

Transportation Mode in Jakarta Available to Choose

As a metropolitan city, Jakarta is very busy. Every day people go to work, go out, etc. Being the seventh most congested city in the world, it is not always easy to navigate the streets, but do not worry, the city has an efficient and modern transport network. Here are the options of transportation mode in Jakarta available to you each day. Mode transportation in Jakarta and its surroundings 1. Cars  In a big city like Jakarta, it’s easy to…

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Sumba Woven: a beautiful cloth from Indonesia

Sumba Woven: a beautiful cloth from Indonesia

Sumba Island is one of island in East Nusa Tenggara, East Indonesia. The island is famous for its natural beauty and wild horses. But no less famous is the unique Sumba woven that has a beautiful color. A piece of  Sumba woven  can take more than six months or half a year to make. Some even made it for three years. Fantastic! Why does the making of Sumba cloth or Sumba weaving take up to three years? Beautiful fabrics usually…

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five cities to discover by train from Jakarta

five cities to discover by train from Jakarta

The train can be a nice way to travel on Java. They are comfortable, air conditioned and the price of tickets is relatively inexpensive. We offer five destinations from Jakarta, the trains all leave from Gambir station located in Menteng. What cities you can go by train from Jakarta? 1. From Jakarta to Cirebon by train Located 220 km from Jakarta, it will take you 3 hours to get to this small provincial town. By leaving in the morning you can go…

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Artistic Souvenirs from Bali, where the best place you should go?

Artistic Souvenirs from Bali, where the best place you should go?

Bali is very famous for all things artistic. Indeed, the Balinese have a great passion for crafts and the arts in general. Spending your holiday on the island, you will be amazed by the many local produce souvenirs that are stunning to the sight but also to the touch. Intricately carved wooden sculptures, jewelery of all kinds, colorful canvas paintings, etc. Do you want to know where to buy beautiful and artistic souvenirs to make gifts for your loved ones?…

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The New Normal: Indonesia Reopens the Tourism Sector

The New Normal: Indonesia Reopens the Tourism Sector

The COVID-19 pandemic that has hit the world has hit the economies of many countries, including Indonesia. The tourism sector is the most affected due to travel restrictions. But slowly, people have to adjust to new normal era. In the new normal, the implementation of health protocols must really be considered. Keeping a distance, wearing a mask, diligently washing hands must become new habits in daily life. Along the time, a number of provinces in Indonesia have started to reopen…

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River Rafting: The Best Place to Visit in Indonesia

River Rafting: The Best Place to Visit in Indonesia

The Indonesian archipelago has a vast and very rich geography. Volcanoes, mountains, beaches, plains, rivers and forests help shape Indonesia’s exotic landscape. Between rafting, canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling and diving, marine activities abound and full of adventure. River rafting fans are certainly happy to explore the many rivers in Indonesia. The long rivers with challenging rapids and beautiful scenery are a shame to pass up. Bali In Bali, most tourists follow the Ayung river, perfect for white water rafting with friends…

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LAVA TOUR: Trip adventure in Merapi Mountain

LAVA TOUR: Trip adventure in Merapi Mountain

Indonesia has many adventure tourism destinations. One of them is the Merapi Lava Tour in Yogyakarta. The Merapi Lava Tour is a tour along the former lava flow after the massive eruption of Mount Merapi that occurred in 2010 which claimed hundreds of lives and thousands of people had to flee their homes. Along the way, tourists will be taken to several post-eruption destinations such as the Hartaku Remnants Museum, Kaliadem Bunker and several locations reminiscent of the 2010 eruption….

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