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Archives for October 2013

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Jum'atil Fajar

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Visiting Kuala Kapuas

Posted On : 10 October 2013
Categories : Travelings - Culture and Heritage

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Overview Kuala Kapuas is a capital city of Kapuas district, in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. It lies between Kapuas River and Kapuas Murung River. What To Do From this place, we can visit several attractions such as: Rumah Betang (Long House) at Sei Pasah village, Kapuas Hilir subdistrict , Imanuel Church at Saka Mangkahai village, Kapuas Barat subdistrict , Huma Hai (Big House) at Mandomai village, Kapuas Barat subdistrict ,...

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Sharon Loh

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Catching Sunrise at Mount Bromo

Posted On : 2 October 2013
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Go hiking at Mount Bromo, East Java at the mid of August is very interesting! It is quite popular among tourists both local and foreigner for its ‘easy’ hiking track. The highlights of the area are Mount Bromo (with its smoking crater), Mount Penanjakan (the favorite sunrise spot), and Cemoro Lawang (where most visitors stay). There’s also Mount Semeru, the highest mountain in Java. But it took 2 days straight to reach the top of Mount Semeru,...

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Tag : The Yadnya Kasada Ceremony on Mount Bromo, Mount Bromo, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Bromo Marathon, East Java

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Hamka Rasufit

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Taka Bonerate National Park, The World's 3rd Largest Atoll Reef

Posted On : 25 October 2013
Categories : Diving and Snorkeling - Travelings

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Taka Bonerate is an archipelago in the Southern Sulawesi Island. It is in the Southeast of Selayar as the mainland of the archipelago. Taka Bonerate becomes the 3rd largest atoll in the world with 530.765 ha that covers the whole area with 220,000 ha coral reefs. This area was identified as the largest atoll in Southeast Asia after Kwajilein atoll in the Marshall Islands and Suvadiva atolls in the Maldives. Inside the archipelago there are 21 Islands, 7 Islands...

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Tag : The stunning Taka Bonerate National Park