Monthly Archives: August 2010

Sorong, Papua

Sorong Sorong is a city and regency in West Papua. The name Sorong comes from the word Soren. Soren in the Biak Numfor language, means the deep and bumpy sea. Soren word was first used by tribes Biak Numfor who … Continue reading

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The Exotic Of Banda Islands

Banda Islands Banda archipelago consists of ten volcanic islands scattered in the Banda Sea, ± 140 km south of the island of Seram and 2000 km from east of Java. The islands consist of consists of Lontor Island, Volcano Islands, … Continue reading

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Seram Island

Seram Island Seram Island or Seran island or Serang island is located on the north island of Ambon, Maluku Province. The main town is Masohi, the capital of Central Maluku district. In this island there are several ports: Amahai, Masohi … Continue reading

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The Exotique Amboina

Ambon Maluku is one of the oldest provinces in Indonesia’s history. Maluku name itself is taken from the word al-Mulk, which means Land of the Kings. Maluku Islands, known for its abundant natural wealth, especially spices, which was then targeted … Continue reading

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The Path To Morotai Island

Morotai Island Morotai island, is an island and definitive regency in Halmahera, North Maluku, which is the Northest island in Indonesia. During the 15th century and 16th, Morotai under the powerful influence of the Sultanate of Ternate. This is the … Continue reading

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The Historical Tidore

Tidore Tidore is a city and archipelago in North Maluku,west of the larger island of Halmahera. This archipelago is famous since the colonialism era for its best cloves and nutmeg. Before Islam came to the archipelago, Tidore known by the … Continue reading

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This Is Ternate

Ternate Ternate is one autonomous city and the capital city of Noth Maluku. The city is located under the foot of the volcano Gamalama. Ternate is a visually dramatic cone-shaped island. The islands are ancient Islamic sultanates with a long … Continue reading

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The Ancient Tana Toraja

Tana Toraja Tana Toraja or Torajaland or Land of the Toraja or Tator, is a regency in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The home of Toraja ethnic group people. The local government seat is in Makale, where the center of Toraja culture … Continue reading

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Parepare City

Parepare Parepare is one of regencies in South Sulawesi province, BJ. Habibie, the former Indonesian 3rd President is come from this city. In the early development of this current plateau, called Parepare, formerly was just a thicket of bushes which … Continue reading

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Makassar The Great

Makassar Makassar or Macassar or sometimes Mangkasar, is a city in South Sulawesi, and also the capital of this province. From 1971 until 1999 officially known as Ujung Pandang. This city is such a big city with numbers or diversities, … Continue reading

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