Monthly Archives: November 2010

Serang, Banten

Serang Serang is the capital of Banten Province and the administrative center of Serang Regency. The administrative center of the regency and the capital of the province is the independent municipality of Serang (Kota Serang). Serang is about 10 km … Continue reading

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To Pandeglang With Love

Pandeglang Pandeglang is a regency in Banten province with the capital of the same city. This rgency is bordered to the north of Serang, Lebak District in the East, and the Indonesian Ocean in the west and south. Its area … Continue reading

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Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island Menjangan Island is a small island, located 5 miles to the north-west of Bali island and is part of the Indonesian archipelago. “Menjangan” in Indonesian means “Deer”. The name was given by the local population observing wild deer … Continue reading

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Jailolo, The Volcanoes Complex

Jailolo Jailolo is a sub-district in West Halmahera regency, in North Maluku. Jailolo is a volcanic complex on a peninsula (Jailolo Bay). It has lava flows on the eastern flank, small caldera at the west and southwest of the mountain, … Continue reading

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Pasola, Between Tradition And Thought

Pasola Pasola is derived from the world Sola or Hola meaning a kind of a long wooden stick used as a spear to fling each other by two opponent groups of horsemen. After given the prefix “Pa”, the meaning turns … Continue reading

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Here On Togean Islands

Togean Island Spread over a 90 km stretch in the middle of Tomini Bay, the winding, hilly coastlines and equatorial waters of the Togean Islands cast a magical spell of green, yellow and blue, in all the shades imaginable. The … Continue reading

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Selayar Archipelago

Selayar Islands Selayar is an archipelago and regency island lies in the Flores Sea, between Sulawesi and Flores and part of South Sulawesi Province. Selayar Islands District is one district among 24 districts and municipalities in South Sulawesi Province which … Continue reading

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Sangalaki, The Home Of The Mantas

Sangalaki Island In the eastern part of Kalimantan and about 45 km from the Berau river, estuary out in the Makassar strait, lie several reefs ideal for scuba diving. The dive sites are famous for the large gatherings of manta … Continue reading

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The Exotic Lembeh Island

Lembeh Island Lembeh island is part of Bitung administrative area in North Sulawesi. The island is separated from the mainland of Sulawesi Island by the Lembeh Strait. Lembeh island is famous for those who like to dive, because Lembeh island … Continue reading

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Welcome To Alor

Alor Alor is a regency and the largest island in the Alor Archipelago located at the eastern-most end of the Lesser Sunda Islands that runs through southern Indonesia, which from the west include such islands as Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, … Continue reading

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