Borobudur temple in Yogyakarta Indonesia

December 4th, 2010 by Admin | 1 Comment | Filed in Special Tours

Wonders of the world garden tour yogyakarta Indonesia Borobudur temple is the biggest temple in Indonesia, is also the largest Buddhist temple in the world. An ancient monument is preserved since the 9th century, long before Angkor Wat in Cambodia built.

In addition to being the center of international tourism, Borobudur temple is also a center of Buddhist religious observance in Indonesia. Number of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia Borobudur very helpful foreign exchange in tourism, so many hotels in Yogyakarta, built to accommodate foreign tourists who visit the Borobudur Yogyakarta.

The following photographs of Borobudur temple :


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Places of Interest In the Pare-pare city

December 3rd, 2010 by Admin | No Comments | Filed in Special Tours

Pare-pare located on a bay overlooking the Strait of Makassar. In the northern part bordering Pinrang, on the east by District Sidenreng Rappang and in the southern border with Barru. Although located on the waterfront but most of its territory is mountainous.

Here is a list of some interesting places you might visit:


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South Sulawesi Tour

November 30th, 2010 by Admin | No Comments | Filed in Special Tours

Sulawesi, formerly known as Celebes is a beautiful island, about 227 000 km2 total area, approximately amounting to England & Scotland. With a long and narrow peninsula, like the shape of orchid flower, it makes this island has a long coastline and an offshore island with views and high land is very beautiful.

Geographically Makassar strait wallace known as the boundary line, which divides the two kinds of flora and mortal separation western and eastern Indonesia. In this place there are specific flora and fauna such as black wood, hog deer and birds Maleo with unique characteristics that have a big egg.

This island has been inhabited by humans since 30,000 years ago, as evidenced by the signs that are found in caves located near the rocky limestone hill not far from the town of Maros, approximately 30 km southeast of Makassar, Sulawesi provincial capital South. There is the possibility of an ancient civilization on the island is Walanae valley, a region between Sopeng and Sengkang where ancient tool or appliance flakes found around this area.


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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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The Center Of Pinisi Boat in Bulukumba

November 14th, 2010 by Zaenal Arifin | 61 Comments | Filed in Special Tours

A. Brief Information
Since long time ago, the Bugis people of South Sulawesi have been famous for their excellent sailors. They were very expert for travelling across the seas and oceans for the Nusantara (Malay archipelago) territory by Perahu Pinisi (Pinisi ship).

Pinisi ship is well-known as a means of traditional sea transportation amongst the Bugis people since many centuries ago. According to the manuscript of Lontarak I Babad La Lagaligo, Pinisi ship has already existed since around the 14th century A.D. According to the manuscript, Pinisi ship was first made by Sawerigading, The Crown Prince of Luwu Kingdom. The material to make the ship was taken from welengreng tree (dewata (god) tree) which was very strong and not easily brittle. But, before the tree was cut, a special ceremony must be held so that the spirit in the tree would move to another tree. Sawerigading made the ship to sail to China to propose a Chinese princess, named We Cudai.


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