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Belitung

EXPLORE F L O R E S

CANGGU

ENDLESS SUMMER

LOMBOK 9 TOP SPOT

MAP of BALI • LOMBOK •THE THREE GILIS


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Contents

editorial Exoticm

What makes a tourism destination stand out from others ? exoticism ! And Indonesia has it. The endless natural beauty combined with the amazing culture spread out through the vast Archipelago.

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Index & Editorial

22 Canggu

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Explore Flores

28 Travel Gadgets

12 Hudong

30 Indonesia Map

16 Lombok 9 topspot

32 Bali & Lombok Map

18 Belitung

34 Kuta, Seminyak,

In this month edition we give you information about the exotic islands in Belitung, Sumatra. We also complete our list of Lombok’s 9 top spots and don’t miss the features of the amazing Canggu in Bali and also get to know more about the flores as we take you to explore this magnificent island and lots of other informations to accompany you during your trip. Let’s get ready for the Journey. Fredrick Edward Editor in chief

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EXPLORE

ÌfloresÍ text : Alex Harker

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ith an archipelago as expansive as Indonesia`s, it’s very easy to overlook whole islands. The muchvisited Java holds the sprawling capital, Jakarta, and the island paradise of Bali has attracted foreign tourism for many years. Both teem with visitors every year. Even nearby Lombok with its largely untouched interior and sweeping beaches is finally receiving the attention it deserves. But further east lies the dramatic – but still too often unvisited – landscape of the island of Flores. First discovered by the Portuguese in the 16th century, it holds an array of natural, topographical and anthropological wonders that even today are relatively unseen by tourists’ eyes. Starting with its jaw-dropping scenery,

the island is a jagged and mountainous drop of green in the ocean. Formed millions of years ago, the terrain ranges from emerald green hillside to towering cliffs from which waterfalls cascade hundreds of meters. The drive through Flores from beautiful sight to beautiful sight makes for a fantastic journey; photo opportunities are many and varied. Perhaps the best-known area on Flores is Kelimutu; a volcano containing three lakes, located in the district of Ende close to the town of Moni. These crater lakes are in the caldera of a volcano and are fed by a volcanic gas source resulting in highly acidic water. This high acidity gives different shades of colour in the lakes. When I visited, one was a dark red, another almost pitch black and the largest, a milky, emulsion-like turquoise. THE JOURNEY SEP 2015

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Many tour operators take visitors to the viewpoint before dawn to watch as the sun rises slowly over the crater, bringing with it an eerie sense of peace. I recommend staying there a while longer than the groups: there is a serene and moon-like quiet once they leave. Even photographs with the best camera do not do this experience justice. It is not just the volcanic lakes that should attract visitors. The indigenous communities have, over hundreds of years, adapted to the island’s unforgiving terrain and, as well as coffee, coconut and cashew, farmers tend enormous rice paddies made in stunning patterns. One particularly memorable design, when viewed from the mountainside, resembles a gargantuan green spider web. It is well worth hiring a driver for the day to explore outlying places. The village of Bena, for example, has plenty of examples of the ancient architecture of the indigenous people and has a fascinating cultural heritage. The stone-age megaliths are a particular highlight. Another place worth seeing is the Liang Bua Cave complex in western Flores. Back in 2004 the caves became famous around the world when paleoanthropologists discovered small skeletons that they described as a previously unknown species, Homo Floresienssis. They were named hobbits in the world’s media when the news broke and appear to have stood about 1 metre (3.3 feet) tall. The most complete individual is dated at a staggering 18,000 years old! Crafts are big in Flores and the towns around Bajawa are famed for their painstaking ikat woven fabrics. Some of these can take months to create and are traditionally made on a huge loom. The

intricate patterns depicting everyday life and wild animals of the island are the most prized but tourists seeking a genuinely beautiful reminder of their time on Flores can purchase an example at very reasonable prices The island’s fauna is also fascinating. Dragons, in particular, are a must-see. It is one of the only places in the world, apart from Komodo Island, where the Komodo dragon can be found in the wild. Less endearing, but still worth seeing, is the Flores giant rat. From nose-tip to tail-tip some specimens have been measured as up to 1.2 metres, a giant rat indeed! And it is not only terrestrial animals that you should search out. The rich marine ecosystems are home to myriad species. Scuba diving in and around the port of Labuan Bajo is not to be missed and a snorkelling trip along the north coast can often lead to swimming with dolphins and the occasional whale shark. If all this was not proof that Flores is an island worth visiting, increased tourist numbers have meant that infrastructure on the island is better than ever. Any travel agency from Bali or Lombok is very easily arranged – but, of course, with more visitors, the island’s nature is sure to be changed forever so the time to visit is now. An island to satisfy animal enthusiasts, jungle fans, hunter-gatherer experts, waterfall-jumpers or, even, just your average camera-ready picture-taker, Flores is the Bali before the tourists arrived.

an array of natural, topographical and anthropological wonders

Alex Harker his love for traveling and diving had taken him to places all over the world, including Indonesia

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towering figure appeared coverd with tassels of banana leaves, each of them carried a wooden stick and a mandau (dagger). About 50 men wearing a red-knobbed bill brid (Enggang bird) freaters decorated mask. All marching down towards the a customary stilt house, which is 2-meters high and 12-meters by 20-meters square. known as the Amin Ayaq. They started to danced round the house as soon as they arrived, led by the customary chief. The rumbling sound of their sticks, as it struck

Hudoq text : Alinda Hartarini

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against the ground and the stamping of their feet, added with the long whining of the hudoq dancers. Gives the spectators an exciting feeling and a mystical nuance. That is the scene during the performance of Hudog Dance in a Dayak tribe cultural shows,it is a kind of a thanksgiving festival for the local Dayak Tribe. In the Dayak Bahau language, hudoq means a mask. The hudoq dance performed by the Dayak Bahau community in all other villages along the Mahakam (or Mekam in the Dayak Bahau language) river basin is the same. The Bahau people believe that animals like deer, hogs, monkeys and birds bring paddy from heaven to them. The hudoq are designed to reflect these animals. The hudoq dance was intended to accompany the soul of the paddy on its journey from the house to the rice field. This annual rite must be performed in the most festive manner possible to ensure that the soul of the paddy will be pleased to stay in the rice field. The Dayak Bahau people living along the Mahakam river basin perform their hudoq ritual before the harvest in the unirrigated rice fields. During the festive time, each day a different hudoq dancer will appear. The climax of the hudoq festivity comes on the last day when all the hudoq dancers that have appeared before will again be seen. Each hudoq dance requires different masks and accessories. In the Suh Doh hudoq, for example, the inheritor of a hudoq will have to harvest one kilogram of paddy from the rice field and keep it inside a piece of bamboo before the rite is performed. The hudoq rite will be performed for this paddy and at the end of the rite, the paddy will be distributed to the entire audience. Later, this paddy will be mixed with paddy seedlings that will be

planted in the rice fields in the next year. Hudoq performers are usually the people staying in the village where a hudoq rite is performed. The only hudoq that can be performed by guests or by dancers from other villages is the Hakaai hudoq dance. When a hudoq dance is performed, masks depicting pests in a rice field such as a monkey, a rat, a hog, a deer and a sparrow will also emerge to entertain the audience. The hudog dance ritual serve an expression gratitude from the people for the blessing that had been granted to them. A custom that had been pass down from one generation to the next one, as a precious heritage to preserve. Alinda Hartarini ; Young travel lover. Her passion to explore all over Indonesia and experience its beauties.

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CIVETcoffee KO P I LU WA K

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opi Luwak or civet coffee is widely noted as the Most Expensive Coffee in The World. The history of Kopi Luwak itself began in the early 18th century when the Dutch established the cash – crop coffee plantations in the island of Java and Sumatra. At that time, coffee is only consumed by the Dutch since they prohibited the native farmers and plantation workers from picking coffee fruits for their own use. But the needs to drink coffee have made them to collect the coffee seed form the civet droppings and processed it till they found that it has a very rich taste. it didn’t took long for it to become the Dutch owners favorite too. Now more and more people looking for Kopi Luwak after being discussed in tv show and some movie scenes. Coffee luwak has a thick texture and has a rich and heavy flavor. Now, it can easily found in coffee bar or café all over the world. It is served in special way and the price is very expensive for a glass of coffee. In the world the price may reach US$ 700 per kilogram. Kopi Luwak is made from the Arabica and robusta beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by Asian Palm Civet then passed through its digestive tract. These little mammals live in the trees and one of their favorite foods is the red and ripest coffee cherries. After coffee cherries eaten by a civet it takes about a day and a half in the civet’s

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digestive tract before being defecated in clumps.The civet’s stomach acid and enzymatic action involved in this unique fermentation process produces the beans for the world’s rarest coffee beverage. The coffee farmers will collect the droppings, cleaned; sun dried, roasted and ground the coffee before delivers to the market. The world’s largest regional producer of Kopi luwak is the island of Sumatra which spread in Lampung, Bengkulu, and Aceh. But, it also can be found other island such as Java, Bali, and Sulawesi. In some agro tourism object you may see how this rarest coffee beverage produces, from being eaten by the civet till it ground and served as coffee with strong flavor and lack of bitterness. so, while in Indonesia, why don’t you try this special coffee?


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LOMBOK

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Senggigi A perfect place to relax, Senggigi boasts a series of white sandy beaches and safe swimming areas. The point at central Senggigi has good waves for surfers. With beaches facing west, making it one of the best spot to sat down and watch the sun set.

Narmada

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Baun Pusuk

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Inside Taman Narmada, visitors can visit Pura Kalasa, a temple that is used as venue of ceremony to celebrate the anniversary of god who dwells on Mount Rinjani. Lush green view of the surrounding combine with temple architecture and fresh spring water makes it some thing special.

Probably known as the Lombok’s monkey forest. Up there on the hill families of grey monkeys live in the jungle and come down to the road to beg for food from passing motorists. This area is great for short walks in the wonderful views of the hills and valleys with cool fresh air

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Tetetbatu

The Tetebatu area is perhaps best known for its cultural attractions. Traditional Sasak handicraft artisans are spread throughout the villages in this area and products include black terracotta and basketry.


Segenter Village

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Sendang Gile Waterfall

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Is one of the traditional Sasak Villages on the Northern Part of Lombok. The villages are not so many different than the others. The livelihoods are farm such as chestnuts, cassava and its sold to the local market at Baya Sendang Gile waterfall , which attracts thousands of Indonesian and foreign visitors annually, is Mount Rinjani national park’s best known attraction. The site, which sits hundreds meters above sea level offer more than just recreation The air is clean and cool, and far from the hustle bustle and pollution.

3 2 The Three Gili’s Three perfect coral islands, fringed with white sands and swaying palm trees and laid back charm. Lombok’s most popular tourist destination, the Gili Islands (Gili Air, Gili Meno & Gili Trawangan) are perfect for those looking for a remote island experience. Prefect for diving or snorkeling or just enjoying the beach

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Kuta Beach

Has an expansively beautiful white sand beach and is a good base for exploring the stunningly beautiful southern coastline. Kuta Lombok is famous for the incredibly beautiful beach and it black paper size sand.

Mount Rinjani

At 3726 m towers over the island of Lombok,is the fourth-highest mountain in Indonesia. The stunning green caldera lake and hot springs just bellow the summit make for one of the most idyllic camping grounds you will find anywhere in Indonesia.

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s the gentle waves of Belitung rocked the small wooden boat we were riding in, I wondered what one does exactly during island hopping. “Just chill,” answered one of my travel companions, a Puerto Rican-Brazilian-American boy. It turned out that he was only half right. We did master the art of chillin’, but more importantly, we discovered the importance of seizing the moment. When you see a white-sand island so tiny you can circle it in five minutes: stop and hop! Our first stop at 8.30 in the morning, Pulau Pasir, sparked our enthusiasm so much we couldn’t help but jumped high in the air in the excitement of a five-year-old on a sugar rush. Not a problem, really, since the sand has a real trampoline quality being so fine and soft. But seriously, who could help not getting thrilled upon seeing big, pink starfishes so akin to Patrick of the Sponge Bob series lay innocently at the shoreline – sometimes with not-so-innocent translucent stinging jellyfishes floating nearby? When you arrive in front of a tall, rusty lighthouse: climb all the way up! Pulau Lengkuas, our next stop, was

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ISLAND HOPPING

Belitung text : Maesy Angelina

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the only inhabited small island among the ones sprinkled in the area. It’s the home of an old lighthouse, which had provided comfort and guidance to the sailors of the yesteryear. It’s also the most popular among the small islands sprinkled in the area, therefore it is also the most crowded one. As you can’t indulge with the billionaire with a private island feeling here, you might as well spend your time in the lighthouse. Although the staircase was rickety, your persistence and bravery will be sweetly rewarded once you’re on top. Have you ever known so many shades of turquoise? When your boatman asked whether you’d like to have some coconut: say yes and follow him! We never thought that enacting the offer means climbing rapidly with his bare hands up the slim, slippery, graciously tall coconut trees. Or that the coconut would taste unlike any other you’ve had before: sweet, tingling, almost like an alcoholinduced concoction. When you think it’s possible to swim across two islands: do it! With several pre-cautions, of course. First, get an okay from your boatman. Although the sea looks very well-behaved, there may be some unknown nasty under current lurking. Second, grab your goggles. And last, have some company – it will boost your spirit beyond measures during the journey and helpful to look out for

jellyfishes. Now, four members of our group can proudly boast that we have swum across the sea from Pulau Babi to Pulau Aji. How many of us can actually say that? And later in the evening, when you noticed how brilliant the stars are: grab a blanket and star-gaze well into the night! Not only were we lucky enough to have the beach with the best sunset in Belitung right in front of our wooden cottage, it also has thick, soft, cushiony sand ideal for an outdoor mattress. It was a perfect dessert after our bonfire dinner, to lay low and try to think whether we’ve seen better starlit sky. To quote the peculiar poetry of Incubus, ‘the sky resembles a backlit canopy, with holes punched in it’. Wait, what does it have to do with seizing the moment, you ask? Pulau Pasir was gone, completely submerged by noon, when we passed it on our way to another island. Had we postponed our hop there, we would have missed it altogether. I must confess, I did not go all the way up to the lighthouse and had regretted it ever since. And the night after, the sky was too cloudy and the stars had gone into hiding. Horatius was wrong. Carpe diem, seize the day, is not enough. We must also seize the moment! visit www.thedustysneakers.com for more travel stories and photos of Indonesia from Maesy Angelina.

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canggu e n d l etexts : sDewi Supartini summer

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More a state of mind than a place

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ome of you may not know a movie that was released in 1966, The Endless Summer. It is a documentary of a two young surfers around the world in search of the perfect wave, and ends up finding quite a few in addition to some colorful local characters and here in Bali we got the complete packages, beach and culture. When you think about a beach side resort in Bali, the two all time favorite Kuta and Sanur beach must have popped up in your mind. Some may say Kuta is too crowded or Sanur is too touristy, well if you are among those who also thinks like that then Canggu could be place on your escape plan. Located approximately 15km from the international airport, it’s away from the hustle and bustle of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. Whilst development is taking

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place by means of private villas being built, there is still the ability to enjoy some wonderful scenery. It’s a quiet and tranquil place where you’re more likely to be woken up by the roosters than any late night revelers. It is probably like seeing Kuta in its early days, circa 1970. you can see and feel the blending of beautiful natural surrounding and an undergoing development, but all in a perfect balance. For instance, on the favorite restaurant among the tourist is a modern set up restaurant, but yet it still surrounded by lush bushes and rice fields. The area is popular among the surfers and you’re not likely to see a scooter that doesn’t have board racks attached to it. Thousands of people flock here to catch waves and enjoy the affordable lifestyle that Bali offers. As for the beach, some the famous one


are, The Batu Bolong Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach stretch from Seminyak area all the way up to Canggu, with its breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean and a wave that irresistible to surfers. Nelayan Beach or Fishing village beach, You’ll see numbers of jukungs (traditional boat) pulled up onto the top of the sand dune with little storage shacks straight behind them. There’s not much happening here through the day, but early morning it can get pretty busy. Nelayan is less of a surfing beach and there’s plenty of sand if you just want to lay around. Berawa Beach, the prima donna among the wave seekers in Bali. Surfers come to seek its great wave, powerful and challenging to every surfer to conquer and enjoy the surfing adventures. Pantai Batu Mejan or famously known

as the Echo Beach, one of the enjoyable for all tourist. Walk along the promenade while enjoying the sunset with a bite of delicious food from the restaurant. to complete the packages, a world class waves on a black glistering beach break makes it a favorite spots in Canggu. There are various range of accommodation, from simple homestays to luxurious resorts can be found around the area. More a state of mind than a place, Canggu is a perfect place to experience Bali in a true old fashion way in spirit of The Endless Summer. Dewi Supartini ;a travel enthusiast, had been traveling since child with her family. She also working in one of travel agency in Bali.

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Travel Gadgets

The 360-degree-shooting Bublcam a spherical device with an 3.14-inch diameter, and a weight of 280 g. Around the camera are four lenses with a 190-degree field of view, which are paired with 5-megapixel sensors. This allows the Bublcam to shoot video and stills with 100 percent spherical range and no blind spots. Video modes for equirectangular footage are 2688 x 1344 pixels at 15 fps or 1984 x 992p at 30 fps. Meanwhile, equirect images come in at 5376 x 2688 pixels and shooting modes include HDR and time-lapse. source : www.bublcam.com

Samusung Note 5

With a 5.7-inch quad HD Super AMOLED technology display, better specs with Exynos 7420 Octa-core and 4 GB of RAM to ensure a near flawless multitasking, with its 16MP sensor and f/1.9 aperture Photos are highly detailed and videos can be captured at a 4K resolution. The front-facing camera maxes out at 5MP. It also packed with larger 3,220mAh battery and a fast charging feature and lastly the return of the high tech S-Pen with all it wondrous feature, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has everything you want. source : www.samsung.com

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EASYBREATH SNORKELING MASK

The main obstacle to snorkelling is the difficulty in breathing underwater with a snorkel. The Tribord Easybreath is the first full-face snorkelling mask, for breathing underwater as easily and naturally as you would on land with your nose and mouth. This innovative mask also offers users an unobstructed 180° field of vision, and is prevented from fogging up by a double air-flow system. source : www.tribord.co.uk

MiiShower Bluetooth Speaker

a portable water-proof Bluetooth speaker. It’s made from soft shatter-resistant rubber. Enjoy wireless music from your smartphone to your MiiShower or simply play music files from the TF card that you can insert directly to your MiiShower. source :www.miikey.net


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South China Sea Sabang Aceh

Bukit Lawang

Brunei

Malaysia Riau Islands

Medan

MalAYsia

Lake Toba

Singapore Nias Island

Jam Gadang Clock tower

Padang

Kalimantan (Borneo)

Ponanak

Sumatra atra Ampera Bridge

Palembang

Samarinda

Balikpapan

Bangka Belitung Tanjung Pung

Banjarmasin

Tana Tor

Indian Ocean Java Sea

Lampung Krakatoa

Jakarta

Makas

Monas Naonal Monument

Java

Madura Borobudur

Jogjakarta

Surabaya Mnt Bromo

Lombok Bali

Sumbawa

Mesmerizing Indonesian Archipelago

ndonesia is a huge archipelago consisting of thousands of islands that stretch from the westernmost point of Sabang to the easternmost point of Merauke. From Miangas island the northmost to Rote island the southmost, it spread to more than 17.508 islands with over 1 million km2 making Indonesia a massive sand box to explore. This huge archipelago is endowed with a beauty of diverse cultures and nature with distinctive flora and fauna. There are eight major islands or island groups in this enormous chain. The largest landmasses consist of Sumatra, Java,

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Komod Islan

Kalimantan (Borneo), Sulawesi (Celebes) and Irian Jaya (the western half of Papua New Guinea). The smaller islands fall into two main groups: the Molluccas to the northeast, and the lesser Sunda chain east of Bali. Bali is a unique island, which for a number of reasons can be put into a class of its own. The favourable condition have attracted a great number of visitors to Indonesia. Visiting Indonesia means seeing and experienceing the unique diverse cultural and astonishing natural beauties that this couWntry has to offer and explore.


Philipines

Bunaken naonal park

Gorontalo

Pacific ocean

Indonesia

Ternate

Manado

Maluku Togian Islands

Palu

Raja Ampat

Sulawesi

Sorong

Jayapura

Ambon

raja

Kendari

Ambon

sar

Wakatobi naonal park

Papua

Banda Sea

Papua New Guinea

Flores

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Mnt Kelimutu

Sumba

Waingapu

Kupang

Arafura Sea

Timor Leste

Labuan Bajo

Merauke

Sasando Music instrument

Timor

Timor Sea Australia

Good Morning selamat pagi Good day selamat siang Good afternoon selamat siang Good evening selamat malam Goodbye selamat tinggal Goodbye selamat jalan Please tolong Please open the door tolong buka pintu Please silahkan Please come in silahkan masuk Thank you terima kasih It’s nothing kembali/sama sama Yes ya No/not tidak/Bukan

Common Indonesian

words

I’m sorry maaf Excuse me permisi Welcome selamat datang How are you? apa kabar? I’m fine kabar baik What’s your name? siapa nama anda My name is … nama saya… I’m from … saya dari ... Straight on terus Turn left belok kiri Turn right belok kanan AUG2015 2015 THE JOURNEY SEP

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Gilimanuk

Bali Strait Menjangan Isl.

Mt. Musi

Rambut Siwi Temple

Seririt

Lovina beach Banjar

Pupuan

Beji Temple

SINGARAJA SIN Anturan Gitgit waterfall Lake Buyan

Meduwe Karang Temple

Ulun Danu Temple

Kehen Temple

Buyan

Mt. Agung

Toya Bungkah

Tirtha Empul Temple

Gunung Kawi Temple

Ulun Danu Batur Temple

Mt. Batur

Mt. Penulisan

Ponjok Batu Temple

Penulisan Temple

Payangan

Goa Gajah Temple

Sangeh Ubud Taman Ayun Temple

Mas Singapadu Batubulan

Pejeng

Batuan

Besakih Temple

Goa Lawah Temple

CENINGAN isl.

Pasar Agung Temple

Lempuyang Temple

Tirtagangga

Amed

Mt. Lempuyang

AMLAPURA Ujung

Candidasa Temple

PENIDA isl.

Candidasa

Tenganan

Dalem Ped Temple

Padang Bai ai

KLUNGKUNG

Mascet i Temple

GIANYAR Kamasan

Badung Strait

LEMBONGAN isl.

Sukawati Lebih Celuk

Sanur

DENPASAR

Nusa Dua

Benoa Harbor Tanjung Benoa

Serangan Island

Sakenan Temple

BANGLI Tampak Siring Sidemen

Pacung Tegalalang

Lake Bratan

Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

Kintamani

Yeh Sanih

Luwus

Bedugul Baturi Ja Luwih uw

Jimbaran

Tuban

Kuta

LLegian

Seminyak Seminy

Kerobok Kerobokan

Ubung

TABANAN

Alas Kedaton

Luhur Uluwatu Temple

NGURAH RAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Tanah Lot Temple

Yeh Gangga

Luhur uh Batuk karu Batukaru TTempl le Temple

Lake Tamblingan

Munduk waterfall

Medewi Beach Beac

INDIAN OCEAN

Mt. Mesehe

Pemuteran

Mt. Merbuk

NEGARA

Mt. Sanglang

Palasari

Gede Perancak Temple

Catholic Community

Chrisan Community

Blimbingsari

Mt. Kelakan

West Bali Naonal Park

Labuhan Lalang

Mt. Prapat Agung

Bakungan TTemp Temple

Bali One of the top tourism destination, with alot to offer. From beautiful sandy beach to the green rice field terrace, from the solitude temples to highflying entertaiment.

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Labuan

Bangko-bangko

Gili Asahan Desert Point

Pelangan

Tawun

Gili Nanggu

Sekotong Barat

Gili Rengit

Batu Bolong

Selaparang

Lingsar

Kediri

Pengantap

Sepi

Belongas Bay

SEKOTONG ONG TENGA TENGAH AH

LEMBAR BAR

Banyumulek

MATARAM

CAKRANEGARA

Gunungsari

PUSUK US

A N AYA KR. BAYAN

TANJUNG

PEMENANG

AMPENAN

g Bangsal

Gili Air

SENGGIGI

Gili Meno

Gili Layar

Gili Trawangan

GONDANG

Senaru

Batu Kok

Puyung

PENUJ PENUJAK

Loyok

Mujur

TERARA

SENGKOL

Ekas

Jerowaru

Keruak

Lb. Haji

Tanjung Ringgit

Rambang

L b h n Labuhan Lombok

Pringgabaya

Lemor

Gili Sulat

Gili Lawang

Labuan La buan pandan pan ndan

Sambelia Sambelia

Sandongg Sandon Sandongan

Pohgading Wanasaba

Tanjung Teros

TANJUNG LUAR

Batu Nampar

T.LAWANG

Kuta Beach

KUTA

Rambitan Sade

SELONG

Sakra

Pancor

Ganti

BELEKE

Rempung

Anyar

LE LENEK

Sapit

n Sembalun Lawang

AIKMEL

Sembalun Bumbung

MASBAGIK

Pohmotong

SIKUR

KO OTA RAJA KOTA

LOMBOK PRAYA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PRAYA

Mawun Beach

Mang kung Mangkung

G PESENG

Obel-obel Ds. Kembar

P Pringg a Pringgasela

Timban nuh Timbanuh

Tiu Kelep Water Fall

Sendang Gile Water Fall

Tete Batu

MANTANG KOPANG Sedau

Batuj Batujai

SUKARARA

Selong Belanak

Se esaot Sesaot

SURANADI NARMADA

Endut

Y NYURBAYA

BAYA

Anyar

LLake ake Segaraa Anak

MT.RINJANI 3726M

Akar - akar

Segenter

As Indonesia's new trending tourism destination. The three breathtaking three Gilis as it main highlight, while the main land also had alot offers.

Lombok


Coffee Corner

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Cafe Bali

Jl. Pa Kuta ntai

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JL Petenget

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Tratoria

JL Tangkuban Perahu

Wine House

Burger King

ad Ro et

Cafe Moca

To Denpasar

To Denpasar

Fave Hotel Sunset

Bali Deli

Jl. Pa Kuta ntai

Jl. L

Jl. Blambangan

JL

JL Raya Kerobokan

JL Raya Basangkasa

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McDonalds

JL

JL Nakul a

Warung Italia

Gourment Cafe

Arana Suite

JL Plawa

Warung Ocha

Warung Made

Mannekepis

JL Kun

Mamasan

Queen Tandoor

Fave Hotel el

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Harris Hotel

JL Double Six

The Haven

Ryoshi

Bintang Supermarket

Nirvana Club

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Cocoon

Su

Sarinade

S miny k Seminyak

JL L

Ul‚mo

JL Batu Belig

Naughty Nuri’s JL Petenget

Jl. Raya

Seminyak Square

Sentosa Private Villas & Spa

W Retreat & Spa The Kayana Potato Head Hu’u Bar

The Legian Kudeta Oberoi

Sofitel Pelangi

Puri Naga

JL Werkudara

JL Mertasari

Bali Bakery

To Sanur

Holiday inn Express

Harris River view

Kuta central Park Hotel

Sri

Church

Bliss Wayan wijaya Hotel Jl. Sri Kuta Village Grand Mas Temple Hotel Monochrome & Monostel

a

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Bank Jl. Pa

Kuta uta The 101

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Supernova

Ramada Resort

To Tanah Lot

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Warung Ethnic Warung Mina Tratoria

Bank

Jl. Raya Kuta

Post Office

Legian village Tempe

Sanctuaria

ESC Sky Garden

Kayun Downtown Hostel Bomb Monument

i

$ Bank

Jl. Dewi

Leb

Pro Surf School Bene

Police St

Poppies ages

ManuabaClinic

Kuta Beach Club

Warung Made

Perama Tour

Paradiso Hotel

Kori

Kopi Pot Bounty Hotel Poppies Lane II

I

McDonalds Poppie s Lane

Hard Rock Hotel StarBuck

Hard Rock Cafe

Kuta Square

KFC

Swell

Barong Hotel Kuta Sea View

Sari La

The Stones

Pullman

Jl. Mela

F

Harris Resorts

Sahid Hotel

Beach Walk

Hotels Restaurant / Bar Shops

Kuta Paradiso Ramayana

Waterbom Park Adi Jaya Hotel

Harris Tuban

u To N

Grand Mas Tuban

Berry Biz

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Facilites / Services Highlights

Discovery Shopping Mall Lippo Mall

Bed Bunkers Hostel

To Kuta

Legend

Jl. Raya Tu ban

Kuta

Jl. Raya Kuta

sa D

ua


Highlights

Facilites / Services

Shops

Restaurant / Bar

$

Monkey Forest est

Ubud Terrace

ATM

UBUD UBU UD UD

JL Ka je ng

y Forest JL M onke

Hotels

Lotus Cafe

Antonio Blanco Museum

Puri Lukisan Museum

JL M on key Fore st

Legend

Arni 2

Ubud Permai

Bumi Bali Restaturant

Public Clinic

Cendana Resort

JJL Hanoman

Pizza Bagus

$

i

B Bebek Guling

Ubud View

Bali Buddha Bar

Post Office

Police Staon

Bebek ATM Bengil

Arni 1

Nurani

Nomad

Batan Waru

Ubud Art Market

Ubud Palace

JL Suweta

JL Hanoman To Denpasar

JL Sri Wedari

To Denpasar

To Denpasar

Big Pineapple

Sanur

To K uta

JL Sugriwa

JL Jembawan

Jl Raya Pengosekan

JL Monkey Forest

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Watering Hole 1

Serangan Island

Massimo

Oasis

Tamu Kami

 Bali Hya‚

Batu Jimbar

Besakih

Tanjung Sari

Gazebo

Le Mayeur Museum

Inna Grand Bali Beach

Palm Garden

Lotus

Puri Gopa

FlashBack Bungalow

Ryoshi

Hardys

Three Monkey

Pizza Hut

McDonalds

Police Staon

Inna Grand Bali Beach Golf Course

Sanur Paradise Plaza

KFC

To Ubud


ch ea sia a a B Gra ana n Tig va illa lik sa Sa Ba V Nu

Kelapa Villa

NEXT EDITION

Villa Unggul Dream Village

Gili Hideaway

Ozzy Homestay Julus Villa

i

Pondok Wildan

Manta Wisata Bahari

i

Coconut Dream

Gilli Gili

Lumbung Coage

TRAWANGAN

i

Gili Cat

Yogyakarta

M Sr Marina Srikandi

-Java

Coco Cafe

i

Perama Tour Per Pe

Kuta Lombok

Mavit Villa Ombak Sunset

Legend

-Lombok

AND much more Don’t Miss it !

Villa Ombak The Trawangan

Hotels Restaurant / Bar

Pondok Shan

Shops Facilites / Services Highlights

Gili Meno G no Kura-kura

Pondok Santai Amber House

Maya Cafe Good Heart

Gil ili Ai il Gili Air

Zoraya Pavillion

Casablanca

Sunset Gecko

Lombok Indah Sandy

H Harmoni Alibaba & Co

Nusa Indah

Dian Cafe

Mataharii

Kira Kira Sejuk S Seju

Abdi Fantas­k Coconut Santai

Royal Reef

Bulan Madu

Family Cafe Rust Warung

Salabose

Bird Park Resort

Zipp Bar

Lucky Safari Malia’s Child Bungalows Kon­ki Meno

Tao Kombo

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Gili Beach Inn

Villa Casa Mio

Villa Karang


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The Journey September 2015