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Rupat Island – Riau

Rupat Island Rupat is an island in the Strait of Malacca, and administratively part of Bengkalis regency, Riau province. It lies just off the eastern coast of Sumatra, across from Dumai city, across the Strait of Rupat (Selat Rupat). Rupat … Continue reading

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Enu Island, The Home For The Turtles

Enu Island Enu Island is an island that located in the outermost Indonesia, which is in Arafuru Sea and it bordering with Australia. Enu Island is part of ??Southeast Maluku regency, Maluku province, Indonesia. The island is located in the … Continue reading

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Bintan Island, The Largest One In The Archipelago

Bintan Island Bintan Island is one of islands in the Riau Islands province, where there is a city of Tanjung Pinang ad the provincial capital of Riau. The island has two Governments, the Tanjungpinang City governmental is located in Senggarang … Continue reading

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Batam Island, A Multy-Ethnic Land With Tropical Elements

Batam Island Batam Island is an island in the Riau Islands province, where there is a city of Batam. This island is the island’s most adjacent to the state of Singapore, which just separated by a strait of 15 km … Continue reading

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Anambas Islands, One of Southeast Asia’s Most Spectacular Coastal Spots

Anambas Islands Anambas archipelago or Kepulauan Anambas is a small archipelago of Indonesia, it located 200 nautical miles east of Batam Island in the South China Sea between the Malaysian mainland to the west and the island of Borneo to … Continue reading

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Mega Island, The Exotic Uninhabited Island

Mega Island Mega Island is an Indonesia’s outer island that located in Indian Ocean and it directly bordered with India. Administratively, this island part of North Bengkulu regency, Bengkulu Province. This island is uninhabited but it becomes the fishermen’s fishing … Continue reading

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The Manificent Asmat People

Asmat People Asmat tribe is one of Indonesian indigenous tribe that live in New Guinea, part of Papua province. The population of Asmat people is divided into two areas, those who are live in coastal area and rural area. Those … Continue reading

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The Pilgrimage Tour To Gresik

Gresik This one of industrial city in East Java have borders, Java Ocean in the North, Surabaya in the South, Madura Strait in East and Lamongan in West. Since eleventh century, port of Gresik had become the important port for … Continue reading

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Madura, Strong Like The Bull

Madura Madura is one of Indonesian Island, which is located on northeastern coast of Java Island. The indigenous are about ethnically Madurese, with particular language of Madurese. Politically, Madura, over the centuries had become subordinate to regional authority based in … Continue reading

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Betawi People, A Big Salad Bowl

Betawi People Betawi or Batavian is Jakarta indigenous people who are exist because of marriage from some ethnic groups in the past. The Betawis are mostly descended from various Southeast Asian ethnic groups, Portuguese and Dutch plus Arab, Chinese and … Continue reading

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