Hotels, the beach is a major factor in any island holiday
and Bali has a coastline which offers every possible water activity
including surfing some of the best waves in the world, swimming with
dolphins, cruises, snorkeling, diving, sailing and parasailing. For
snorkeling and diving, the closest spots to Kuta are Benoa and Sanur
beaches where all the relevant equipment can be hired. Further
field, good destinations include Pulau Serangan, Nusa Penida and
Nusa Lembongan in the south, Padang Bai, Candidasa, Tulamben and
Amed in the east, Lovina, in the north and the amazing Pulau
Menjangan in the north west. Bali's waves are world famous and range
from safe beach breaks which regularly attract the beginners and
Hotels, located strategically between Bali to the West,
Komodo Island in the East, and Tanah Toraja to the Nort West, Lombok
is an excellent starting point for International Travel and Tourism.
Only 20 minutes flight from Bali or 3.5 hours by ferry you can see
"New Heaven". White sand Senggigi beach, and three Gili Islands,
often mention by visitor a "Hoping Island", worthy visiting.
Hotels, the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia, is a
special territory enjoying the status of a province, consisting of
Greater Jakarta, covering an area of 637.44 square km. Located on
the northern coast of West Java, it is the center of government,
commerce and industry and as such has an extensive communications
network with the rest of the country and the outside world.
Hotels (some people call it Jogja,
Jogjakarta, or Yogya) is a city with outstanding
historical and cultural heritage. Yogyakarta was the centre of the
Mataram Dynasty (1575-1640), and until now the kraton (the sultan's
palace) exists in its real functions. Also, Yogyakarta has numerous
thousand-year-old temples as inheritances of the great ancient
kingdoms, such as Borobudur temple established in the ninth century
by the dynasty of Syailendra.
Hotels, is the provincial capital of Sumatera Utara ( North
Sumatera ). It's a cosmopolitan city with over two milion residents,
a business centre for big oil and agricultural companies. Impoerant
international investments in the plantation culture had big
influence on the developement of Sumatera after 1870, and medan grew
from a small village into a thriving colonial city from 60.000
inhabitants in 1943.
Sumatera Hotels, the legendaric 'Land of the Gold' from the
ancient times is not the biggest island of Indonesia, it does also
not have the biggest population, but most people think it's the
island with the most variety. Actually it really offers something to
everyone - wealthy rainforests, splendid white beaches and a
stunning variety in traditional ethnical groups and vulcanic
landscapes which belong to the most spectacular in the world.
Java Hotels, in contrary to the rest of Indonesia Java is
ethnically pretty homogene. The population of the island consist
mainly of Javanese, Sundanese and Madurese people. The two first
groups form the native, while the Madurese came in the 18th century
from the Island of Madurwa, close to Java. The Javanese are about
two third of the total population of Java, Sundanese and Madurese
have twenty and ten percent.
Pekan Baru Hotels, logs fresh from the rainforest.
Sometimes they have hear of selective chopping, but most of the
time, this also says total destruction of the planets lungs.
Sulawesi, the name conjures up romantic images of seafaring
priates and Torajan princesses. Yet Sulawesi known as Celebes,
offers a variety of cultural riches extending far beyond its
colorful past. Contained within its unusual shape lie volcanic
mountains lush tropical forests, brilliant green rice terraces, and
deep dark lakers. Ancient customs and practices of its multiple
ethnic groups are blended into the daily lives.
Kotamadya Palembang, is the capital of South Sumatera
Province and situated on the Musi River. The city is generally flat
and large parts of it are regularly flooded by the tidal influence
of the Musi River. The river flows right through the city, dividing
it into two halves called the Ulu bank and the Ilir bank. The two
sections of the city are linked with two bridges of considerable
size and length.
Riau, although comparatively small in both size and
population (about 2.5 million), is the heartland of the Malays and
the cradle of Indonesia's Malay-based national language and culture.
The first book of Malay grammar, the Bustanul Katibin, was written
and published here in 1857. Its links with Johor on the West
Malaysian mainland have been long and strong.