Story of Indonesia, Every Picture Tells A Story
Started in Sydney in 2007, when 2.2 million individuals and more than 2,000 businesses turned their lights off for one hour to take a stand against climate change, Earth Hour has become a global sustainability movement participated by over 50 million people across 35 countries and territories. In Bandung, West Java, hundreds of people gathered at the courtyard of Gedung Sate, a historical art deco building that also serves as the office of the Governor of West Java. The event was participated by various communities, activists, students, and general public. Earth Hour has done a lot to raise awareness of sustainability issue, but there’s more to it than switching off lights for one hour once in a year. It’s all about giving people a mutual voice and working together to create a better future for our planet.”It’s time to go beyond the hour”
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Beyond the Stunning scenery and the amazing landscape of Indonesia lies even more wonders. Living, breathing creatures of the wild and the appealing, exotic floras ready to greet you as you enter the gate of these spectacular nature exhibitions. Lions, tigers, zebras and Hippos roam freely as your car move slowly down the road in Taman Safari Indonesia. Unlike zoos, here visitors are actually the one that is caged in their vehicles while the animals are on the better side of the glass.
Sometimes it felt like they are the one observing you, and not the other way around. The romantic and colorful world of flower is what awaits at the Taman Bunga Nusantara. Only one hour away from the hectic Metropolis of Jakarta, this worldly Garden of Eden offer a perfect getaway to relieve tensions and stressful minds. As a demonstration of the harmonious coexistence of humans and nature, the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali bonds culture and nature in one inseparable sanctuary. The friendly long-tailed macaques monkeys are the permanent residents of the area, but visitors are most certainly welcomed.....
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