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A Majestic Tourist Destination – Thousand Islands National Park Indonesia

  In a nutshell, Indonesia is an archipelago nation. That means it holds tons of islands. The options are limitless for travelers. The local name is “Kepulauan Seribu”. Tourists also call it Thousand Islands Regency. The combination of islands makes … Continue reading

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Kudus Regency

Kudus Kudus is a regency in Central Java, located 51Km to the east of Semarang. This regency is bounded with Pati regency in east, Grobogan regency and Demak regency in south, and Jepara regency in west. Kudus is the smallest … 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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The Historical City Of Madiun

Madiun Madiun regency, is the western town on East Java before entering Central Java. Madiun is surrounded by famous mountains like Wilis Mountain to the East, Kapur Selatan range to the south and Lawu mountain to the West. Madiun also … Continue reading

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The Marvelous Lumajang

Lumajang Lumajang regency is one of East Java regencies with the capital of the same name. This regency have borders with Probolinggo regency in North, Jember regency in East, Indian Ocean in South and Malang regency in West. Lumajang is … Continue reading

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Jombang, The Home of The Santri

Jombang This regency is one of East Java regencies which located on strategic position, because it is located at the southern traffic lane crossing the island of Java (Surabaya-Madiun-Jogjakarta), Surabaya -Tulungagung and Malang – Tuban. Jombang is also known as … 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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Exploring Bojonegoro

Bojonegoro Bojonegoro regency, one of East Java regencies, have borders with Tuban regency in North, Lamongan regency in East, Nganjuk, Ngawi and Madiun regency in South, also Blora in West. Since the Indonesia ancient lifetime history was marked by the … Continue reading

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Refreshing Malang

Malang Malang regency, is one of East Java regencies and the second largest city in East Java. The city is located in a fairly cool highland, located 90 km south of Surabaya. The city around Malang also has a cool … Continue reading

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The Legendary Banyuwangi

Banyuwangi Banyuwangi is one of regencies in East Java Province. Located on the eastern tip of Java Island near Bali Strait on the east. In fact, the Ketapang harbor is the only way to connect to Gilimanuk harbor in Bali … Continue reading

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