Complete Your Traveling at Mepar Island, Lingga

Riau Islands Tourism Your visit to Lingga Regency seem no complete without traveling to island of Mepar. Located precisely in front of the Tanjung Buton Port, the island is not only beautiful but also rich in history. Its friendly peoples and strongly maintained its tradition is the additional bonus that you would find if you visit there. Do not forget, taste their typical culinary and also carry a variety of native crafts as a souvenir. Administratively, Mepar island is part of the Lingga District, which has approximately, 5000 m2 wide,…

Kubu Beach at Central Kalimantan

Kubu Beach is located in Kubu District, West Kotawaringin Regency, Central Kalimantan Province. This beach is the fishermen area and facing of Java Ocean. This beach has white-brownish sand beach and becomes one of favorite tourism destinations in Pangkalan Bun. This place also quite good for you who wants to go into seclusion from noisy of the cities. Water on this beach colored brownish caused by peat forest near from the beach. When you are here, you can try banana boat. To enjoy it, you have to entering from entrance…

Batu Belig Beach, The Most Pleasant Beach For Sunset View In Bali

From the many beaches in Bali, there is interesting one called Batu Belig Beach with undeniable beauty. No wonder if Batu Belig becomes a favorite destination for tourists to visit. No wonder Bali is often referred to as an extraordinary island of tourist attraction belongs to Indonesia. The beauty spreads from the coast to the mountains. In fact, the beach in Kerobokan area turned out to be able to seduce tourists to visit. The allure is mesmerizing with the appearance of natural beauty and atmosphere that no other beach has.…

Six Indonesian Popular Destinations in Asian Games 2018

Six popular destinations from different parts of the country are featured on images to promote Indonesian tourism during the 2018 Asian Games. As reported by kompas.com, the images, which are intended for billboards, also feature models adorned in traditional attire from countries participating in the Games. “The initial idea was to welcome the different Asian nations to […] Asia’s largest sporting event. We use this moment to introduce Asian faces to society,” Ade Irawan from the Indonesian Asian Games Organizing Committee’s (INASGOC) communication department said, as quoted by kompas.com. These are the…

Unique Tradition of Polewali Mandar Regency in West Sulawesi

  Polewali Mandar Regency becomes increasingly popular these days, especially due to the presence of Tonyaman Archipelago. However, people have other reasons for visiting the region! These include the interest in local culture and tradition. Not only Polman becomes the home of Mandar Tribe, but it also offers various interesting traditions that tourists can enjoy during the visit. In fact, it may require much time to enjoy all these traditions as there are many of them. Plus, tourists need the help of a local guide who can explain thoroughly regarding…

A Piece of Heaven Called Temajuk Beach in Sambas

Temajuk marks the point where Indonesia ends and Malaysia starts. Not yet known to many domestic and international travellers, Temajuk Village features a tidal beach with soft, white sands dotted with granite rocks. Underwater sightseeing is made possible as the water is clear. Temajuk beach, actually running at a very long 60 km of coastline, is a tidal coast area featuring soft, white sand and preserved environment. One thing that differs this beach from Balinese beaches is portruding granite rocks distributed evenly throughout the coastal environment. In places, granite rocks…

Watu Godeg Beach Tourism, Lumajang

  Have you ever been to Lumajang? Have you ever enjoyed a wonderful beach atmosphere here? This time we will review about the amazing beach scenery located in Lumajang Regency. Watu Godeg Beach is an amazing beach located in Lumajang Regency precisely in Tempursari District, offers the beauty of beach surrounded by towering cliffs. Besides you can also find the lush pandan sea trees grow around Watu Godeg Beach, thus making a different scene from every corner. Another uniqueness of this tourism is the presence of towering big rocks lies…

Promote Your Tourism Business at Indonesia-Tourism.com

Register your tourism business in our website, get new members, new buyers of a hundreds of thousands from new guests every month. www.indonesia-tourism.com Hundreds of thousands of guests visit our website www.indonesia-tourism.com to ask various tourism purposes, the most common and became a top 3 are: (1) hotel information; (2) a package tour; (3) and itinerary. Have you registered your hotel, your company tour information in our directory portal? www.indonesia-tourism.com group specialties as an Indonesian tourism portal to English language, so our web portal is the most popular portal for foreigners and foreign…

The Integration of Conventional and Digital Marketing to Achieve Indonesia’s Tourism Glory

Integrasi Pemasaran Konvensional dan Digital untuk Kejayaan Pariwisata Indonesia Ginting Satyana Director PT Mahoni Global (mahoni.com) & eastjava.com   Frasa dunia dalam genggaman kini bukan hanya perumpamaan, melainkan telah menjelma jadi kenyataan. Batasan ruang dan waktu seakan tak lagi relevan karena interaksi bertransformasi menjadi serba cepat, mudah, dan lebih terjangkau dengan adanya kecanggihan teknologi komunikasi. Tak ayal, platform digital pun seakan menjadi primadona tak terkecuali bisnis dan pariwisata. Sektor pariwisata tanah air yang berkembang pun menjadi sebuah ladang bisnis menguntungkan. Guna mengembangkan sektor pariwisata, tentu kemampuan beradaptasi dan berinovasi sesuai…

Visiting Bukittinggi City in West Sumatra Province, Indonesia

What do tourists know about Bukittinggi City? Well, most of them recognize it as the capital of West Sumatra Province belongs to Indonesia. Some of them are even aware of its tourism potential, so they keep coming to the region over time, especially during long holidays. Not only it becomes the governmental center of West Sumatra, the city was once the capital of West Sumatra and Sumatra Province! Moreover, in the past, it was called Fort de Kock and known as the birthplace of a famous person named Mohammad Hatta…