Indonesia Gili Trawangan

December 20th, 2010 by Admin | 5 Comments | Filed in Coastal Tourism

There is no place which no people never visited than Gili Trawangan, because it’s likely a journey towards heaven. The landscape of Gili Trawangan, either undersea or surface, is very beautiful.

The local inhabitants take care the originality of the island lying at west of Lombok. Therefore motorcycles are prohibited in this area. Along the sandy pathway shifted the resident area to the beach, we only see footsteps, bicycle wheel, or delman.

Restaurant, shop souvenir, diving facilities, ten of cheap relative inn are spread over alongside this pathway. Afterwards, you may try to see the natural beauty of undersea landscape, and also two smaller other islands around Gili Trawangan, that is Gili Air and Gili Meno, which blue cobble that cannot be compared to Caribean sea and only be find in these places. In these places many of turtles can swim anywhere and without fear of divers.

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Blue Spring Beach Malang

December 9th, 2010 by Admin | 2 Comments | Filed in Coastal Tourism

Blue Spring is one beach resort in the southern part of Malang Regency, which is free from tumulous waves of the Indian Ocean due to the existence of wild

life Sempu Island, about 300 yards offshore.

On the other side of the beach are now utilizing ‘as a Fishing Port and Fish Centre PPI debarkation where fishermen haul them down where they are under the authority of Department of Fisheries and Managed by the KUD (Koperasi Unit Desa), “Mina Jaya Pondok Dadap”.


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Kuri Beach

December 6th, 2010 by Admin | No Comments | Filed in Coastal Tourism

Coastal tourist sites are located in the Village District Nisombalia Marusu. Beach attractions that rely on sparkling white sand is located about 20 km from Makassar. The visitors, in addition to enjoying the beautiful natural panorama of sea, also can breathe fresh air Mangrove Park. In the evening, visitors can also enjoy the event or sunset.

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Bali Island (Gods Island)

November 29th, 2010 by Admin | 2 Comments | Filed in Coastal Tourism, Nature Tourism

Bali is one island in Indonesia, located between Java and Lombok Island. The total area of Bali Province is 5636.66 km2 or 0.29% total area of the Republic of Indonesia. Bali Province is administratively divided into 9 regencies (Badung, Bangli, Buleleng, Gianyar, Jembrana, Karangasem, Klungkung, Tabanan, Denpasar), 55 districts and 701 villages. The majority of Balinese are Hindu.

Island of Bali is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands along the width of 153 km and 112 km approximately 3.2 km from the island of Java. Astronomically, Bali is located at 8 ° 25’23 “south latitude and 115 ° 14’55” East Latitude makes Bali like other parts of Indonesia which have a tropical climate. Province of Bali has 4 pieces of the lake which is located in mountainous areas are: Lake Beratan, Lake Buyan, Lake Tamblingan and Lake Batur.


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The Beauty Of The Underwater In Raja Ampat

November 28th, 2010 by Admin | No Comments | Filed in Coastal Tourism, Nature Tourism, Special Tours

Who says in the Papua nothing spectacular marine tourism object? So far, Papua better known simply exotic culture and natural resources are abundant. However, come to Raja Ampat, and enjoy the beauty of the coral reef, complete with captivating marine life and marine scenery impressive.

Nothing wrong when the then Miss Indonesia 2005 Nadine Chandrawinata expressed his admiration for the region after the dive, feeling the grain panoramic underwater Raja Ampat are very alluring. Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts are guaranteed not to be disappointed. Instead, they would be called to come and come again.

Raja Ampat is a fraction Sorong, since 2003. District has a population of 31 thousand souls has 610 islands (only 35 islands are inhabited) with a total area of about 46,000 km2, but only 6,000 km2 of land, 40,000 km2 in the sea.

The islands are unspoiled and the sea is still beautiful to make direct tourists hooked. The archipelago is located in northwest New Guinea bird’s head, with approximately 1500 small islands and 4 major islands, namely Misol, Salawati, Bantata and Waigeo. This then makes the Raja Ampat’s largest marine park in Indonesia.


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