Selamat Datang! The friendly local way of welcoming you to Indonesia

Known as the green Emerald belt across the equator, the Indonesian archipelago comprises 13,466 islands, including five major islands and thousands of smaller islands. The country is administratively divided into…
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Java

Java Island is administratively divided into four provinces, namely : Banten, West Java, Central and East Java as well as two special regions.i.e. Jakarta capital city special region, and Yogyakarta…
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Bali

Bali is located between Java and Lombok islands. Bali also renowned as the island of the Gods or the island of thousand temples is widely known a world tourist destination.…
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Kalimantan

Our trip this time would bring us to meet the increasingly extinct orangutan. To do so, we will take a trip to Tanjung Puting National Park in central Kalimantan. Covering…
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Sumatra

It's the sixth largest island in the world encompassing a land area of 443,065.8 square kilometer. Sumatra is also known as Andalas, Percha and Suwarnadwipa ( in Sankrit , menaing,…
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Nusa Tenggara

Nusa Tenggara is divided in two provinces i.e. West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. The islands in West NusaTenggara may be a favorite spot for water sport lovers to…
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Maluku

Maluku is the oldest province in Indonesia that currently divided in two provinces, Maluku and North Maluku. The islands have long been a place of attractive nature's beauty and renowned…
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Papua

This is the easternmost province and the largest in the Indonesian archipelago. Bordering with Papua New Guinea, it is administratively divided in two provinces , Papua and West Papua. Formerly…
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Sulawesi

The most interesting tourists spots in Sulawesi comprise spots and beaches. When you are in Manado you could visit Lembeh island which has at least 25 dive spots and Bunaken…
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