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THE THREE GILIS

a trip to

NIAS

KEDUNG KAYANG waterfall


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editorial

Contents 4

Index & Editorial

Relfection 24 Indonesia Top 5

Handwoven tradional Fabric

8 Kedung Kayang Waterfall 12 The Pink Beach

28 Travel Gadgets

14 Nyepi

32 Indonesia Map

18 Nias Island

34 Bali & Lombok Map

30 Kuta, Seminyak,

Sanur & Ubud Map

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22 Jaja Laklak

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It is the month of festival in Bali, Balinese Hindu celebrate New year in a celebration known as Nyepi or the silence day. They are not celebrating big loud party, instead they taken a day to reflect on what they have done in the last year and preparing selfs for a better new year. On the eve there will be an interesting ceremony held, the Ogoh-ogoh festival. All this ceremony certainly will add something special during your visit. In this edition we also talk about the hidden gem of Magelang, Kedung Kayang and the unique heritage and culture of Nias island, also other informations to accompany you during your trip. Let’s get ready for the Journey. We would like to wish you a peaceful Nyepi Day. Peace in heart, peace on earth and Happy Caka new year 1936.

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the hidden

gem of magelang

kedung KAYANG waterfall text & photos : Firsta Yunida

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HRONGS “Oh wow! This is so freaking cool! We can see it from the top and the bottom!� That was the first thing out of my mouth when I visited this waterfall. The pretty Kedung Kayang Waterfall is totally forgotten by tourist who visit Yogyakarta. The highlight for most tourists who come out from Yogyakarta and visit Magelang will obviously be Borobudur. The journey from Yogyakarta to Borobudur is the same distance as the journey to this waterfall. Borobudur is more to the west of Magelang, meanwhile this waterfall is located in the east of Magelang. So what is so special about this waterfall that made me suggest to you not to miss it?

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First, as I said at the beginning, Kedung Kayang waterfall is very unique, you can enjoy the view of this waterfall from many different angles. From the entrance you can clearly see the sign of two choices of point a view. I decided to turn left and enjoy the waterfall and the view from the top. Later on, after I satisfied myself with the view from the top I would walk down to enjoy the view from the bottom. Second, this waterfall is located inside the National Park of Mount Merapi. What does that mean? It means that you can get a very great view of this big waterfall with Mount Merapi in the background. The stones and the plants around the waterfall area are very nicely organized. Even though I know that they wouldn’t pay any gardener to do this. 10

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Third, this tourism spot is a great way to spend the day if you want to visit something pretty, but have a limited budget. Rp. 4,000 ($1 = Rp. 10,000) for the entrance fee made this place somewhat busy with local travellers-mostly teenage couples and groups. I went there on Sunday and I am sure that you will have your own private waterfall if you go there on weekdays. Fourth, this place is easy to find. Rent a motorbike and you can reach Kedung Kayang waterfall in around an hour from Yogyakarta. The waterfall is located close to Ketep watch tower, where you can see the view of Mount Merapi and Mount Merbabu. Look at the map on your phone and from Magelang, just carry on straight

through Boyolali – Mungkid road. It probably takes around 25 minutes driving and you will get there. I hope I gave you enough reasons to visit the Kedung Kayang waterfall in the future. Let me give you an idea how to spend a day out of Yogyakarta. Start your day by chasing the sunrise in Punthuk Setumbu hill and explore Borobudur area. Grab a Kupat Tahu for your lunch and end it with visiting this lovely waterfall. That’s a great way to spend the day isn’t it?

Log on to Firta’s website on www.discoveryourindonesia.com for more strories on her travel around Indonesia.

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The Land of the dragons

the

PINK BEACH text : Dorotheus Nardin

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ink Beach on Komodo Island is famous for its beautiful pink colored sand. It is said that the pink sandy beaches there are only 7 in the world, one of them on the island of Komodo. Located in East Nusa Tenggara, precisely on the Komodo island. Pink Beach is one of the famous tourist destinations in Komodo National Park with amazing underwater life and stunning panorama surrounding scenery, This beautiful beach is just located in a small land with dry hill in back of the beach of it. Pink sand is formed from pieces of red

coral. An amoeba known as Foraminifera which produce red or pink light on the reef, stay on the dead coral and get swept to the shore to form this amazing beach. If we take a pinch of sand was then shown a red sand in between the white sand, the sand grains was smooth and soft, when walking or sunbathing on it. Aside from enjoying its scenery, Pink beach had alot activities to offer. Sunbathe while enjoying the natural surrounding, swim or snokeling experience the breathtaking underwater world of Pink Beach, amazing scenery of coral reefs with large number of aquatic life such as clown fish, butterfly fish, and bat fish. Although Pink beach have becoming well know among travelers and more people start coming, it doesn’t affected on it natural surrounding. Everything still kept as it was, so every visitor still able to fell the beauty of Pink Beach, the jewel from Flores

Dorotheus Nardin ; Born and raise in Flores, his interest in tourism he had taken him to most of tourism sights in Flores and other parts of Indonesia.

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e c n e l i s Day of text : Dewi

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ndonesia is a vast country with various tribes, cultures, religions, traditions, and festival. Specially when we talk about Bali. As we know, Hinduism is the main religion practiced on Bali. The Hinduism in Bali is a lot different than the one practiced in India and the Hinduism in Bali has one of the most unique festivals called Nyepi Day. Nyepi Day or knows as the Day of silence, is an annual event that observed to celebrate Balinese New Year. It is very contradict way to celebrate new year, while in International New Year or event Chinese New Year, we will feel the crowd, noise, fireworks, and all night long party, but in Balinese New Year we celebrated it without much sound or cheer. It is a day of reflection. Nyepi Day is commemorated every Isakaswara (Saka New Year), a new year day as per the Sasih, the 12 month lunar calendar of Balinese people. The Balinese using the Gregorian calendar for business and government purposed and using other calendar system for the endless procession

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of holy days, temple anniversaries, celebrations, marriage, building house, starting business, sacred dances, and other activities defines the Balinese life. And Nyepi Day falls on the day following the dark moon of the spring equinox and opens a new year of Saka Hindu era which began in 78 A.D. On March 31, 2014 is the next Nyepi Day in Bali. It observed annually from 06.00 A.M. until 06.00 A.M. the following morning. No traffic is allowed, not only cars, but also people. Although Nyepi is primarily a Hindu holiday, but non – Hindu residents of Bali observe the day of silence as well, event tourists are not exempt. It’s a 24 hours prohibition, were all restaurants, stores, and businesses throughout the island are closed, including the international airport of Ngurah Rai. The only exceptions granted are for emergency vehicles carrying those with life – threatening conditions and women about to give birth. What should we do? Nyepi Day is a day reserved for self – reflection or self THE JOURNEY MAR 2014

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– introspection to decide on values, eg humanity, love, patience, kindness, and all of other good things that should kept forever. On Nyepi day the world expected to be clean and starts as new. There are 4 main restrictions called Catur Brata Penyepian on this day, which are amati geni, no lighting fires; amati karya – no working; amati lelanguan – no entertainment; and amati lelungan – no travelling. The Hindus will also doing a 24 – hours fasting on this day. They stay at home with families doing meditation and try avoiding any kind of noise. Folklore states if the island remains quite and dark throughout Nyepi, it will fool any lurking demons into thinking that no one is home on the island and they should visit elsewhere. It means good luck and peace for the Balinese New Year. Not only the Nyepi day in interesting, a few days before and after also have interesting ceremony occure. The Tawur Kesanga or the Bhuta Yadnya Ritual is performed in order to vanquish the negative elements and create balance with God, Mankind, and nature. All village in Bali hold a large exorcism ceremony at 16

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the main village cross roads, the meeting place of demon, else know as the Ogohogoh festival. It was held on the eve of Nyepi day. The Ogoh-ogoh is a puppet or demonic statue, made of bamboo and other materials, in the form of mythological beings, mostly demons named Bhuta Kala (Bhuta : eternal energy, Kala: eternal time). It is considered a symbol of modes of nature that form the malicious characters of living beings. The ogoh–ogoh are made by the group of artist or youth found in Banjar in each village. It will be carried around the village to bewilder the evil spirit so they go away and finally burnt into ashes as a way of exorcising evil. So, being in Bali during this time, it is a very unique cultural experience and celebrate this marvelous festivals and most honored annual tradition of Balinese Hinduism to bring good luck and peace in our lives one you willnever forget. Dewi Supartini ;a travel enthusiast, had been traveling since child with her family. She also working in one of travel agency in Bali. THE JOURNEY MAR 2014

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A TRIP TO

NIAS text : I Nyoman Haryadi Wijaya

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WITNESS N THE UNIQUE HERITAGE& CULTURE

ias Island is a beautiful island located in a chain of island parallel to the west coast of Sumatera and part of North Sumatera province. In this province has archipelago consists of 131 islands and Nias Island is the biggest of them. On November 2011, I had the opportunity to visit Nias Island. It was a prize from a photo contest, a very rare prize and I was very happy that I won that trip. I departed from Denpasar in the morning in the first day then joined the committee who held the contest in Jakarta. Together, we flew to Polonia Airport, Medan, North Sumatera. Arriving in Medan, we had to

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take a flight again to Binaka Airport, a small airport in Gunung Sitoli that located in Nias Island. After landing at Binaka Airport, we were picked up by several local guides who will accompany us in Nias Island for 4 days. Our first destination was Nias Heritage Museum. In this museum there were many arts and cultural heritage of Nias. There were some megaliths stone sculptures supposedly hundreds of years old. Taking photographs inside the museum was prohibited, I felt a little disappointed but we had to respect the local rules and regulations. After looking around and knowing the history in Nias Heritage Museum, we were headed to the first motel called Miga Beach Inn, still located in Gunung Sitoli area. In the second day we were going to the next destination called Bawomataluo Village to see War Dance and Hombo Batu tradition. We could see Hombo Batu tradition printed on Indonesian money (Rp1000,00 in 1992 edition) and seeing this lively and directly was very exciting. 20

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Bawomataluo which means Hill of the Sun located in District Fanayama, South Nias. “Ya’ahowu” was a greeting said by Mr. Ariston Manao, the head of Bawomataluo village. We then taken to meet Mr. Hikayat, elder in Bawomataluo and the leader in the War Dance. He was wearing Nias traditional costume for this tradition. War Dance presented by hundreds of men dressed as warrior. With Mr. hikayat commands, they were cheering and dancing at the village yard. There were also some women who wore traditional dress to participate in the War Dance. The dance was so epic. After the War Dance, they prepared Hombo Batu (Jumping The Stone). Hombo Batu was a tradition that was carried out by a young men in Nias to show that they were appropriate considered to be adult and mature physically. According to the local history, this tradition was a way to test the mental and physical of men in Nias. In the past, before the men permitted to join the war, they must take this Hombo Batu as a test. Besides the War Dance and Hombo Batu, they also presented Feta Batu (music from the stone) performed by Mr. Hikayat and friends. Stones obtained from nature being hit with wood sticks turned out to

produce wonderful music, a very unique tradition it was. After presented with local tradition and art performances, Mr. Hikayat at his house hosted us to have lunch. At the table presented traditional Nias food called Babae like porridge made from mashed peanuts and coconut served with rice cooked in a clay oven, and it was tasted indescribable delicious. After having lunch, we walk around the village, suddenly we surrounded by children who sell souvenirs. The souvenirs all hand made, one of the famous souvenirs was necklace that made from coconut shell, and in the past they used it to protect their neck from machete during the war. In Nias Island there were Sorake Beach which famous for its surfing spots. There were beautiful beachside lodge with light breeze, plus great seafood for dinner. In the third day the journey continued to the Hiliamaetaniha village located in South Nias. Along the way, there were something that caught my attention, there were grave almost every yard or next to people’s houses here, our local guide mentioned, the purpose is prevent it from the grave thieves. Reached the Hiliamaetaniha, we went around and then went to Tetegewo Megalith Site. This megalith site had been preserved by the local people for many years, to get to the site we had to pass through the bushes and jungle so need a local guide to lead us to the right way. That was a great tour that I got in Nias, a short trip but really precious to witness the uniqueness of culture and heritage of this island. visit exploreparadise.blogspot.com for more travel stories and photos of Indonesia from I Nyoman Haryadi Wijaya.

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JAJA LAKLAK sweet taste of Bali

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ood is one thing every traveler want to try on their visit and Bali had a lot to offer. One interesting Balinese traditional snack is locally know as Jaja Laklak, jaja is Balinese word for snacks. It is said to be originated from Tabanan regency in North Bali, but easily found in any area. From street side food fendor to high flying hotel restaurant, serve this traditional delicacy. Shaped like a mini-pancakes, Jaja Laklak is made from mixed of rice flour and coconut milk. The batter later on processed on a centimeter wide Dutch-style, metal poffertjes pan. The cake later seasoned with grated coconut and a sweet

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finishing touch with a pour the Balinese palm sugar syrup. A burnt taste on the outskirt of the cake add a unique taste. Sometimes the Jaja Laklak is also served with fruit slice, the most common is using jackfruit, but If you don’t like jackfruit banana slice would also do well. Fresh taste from fruit combine with savory taste of the cake gives an amazing taste. Size doesn’t matter when I come to taste, these small cakes and its mouth-watering syrup served with a cup of Balinese coffee really gives you a sensational taste, a sweet taste of Jaja Laklak, a sweet taste of Bali. THE JOURNEY MAR 2014

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INDONESIAN TRADITIONAL HAND WOVEN FABRIC

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text : Ni Wayan Novi Candrasari

Songket Palembang South Sumatra

A traditional handwoven fabric from Palembang, South Sumatera. Palembang people use songket generally as a custom clothing to attend the wedding ceremony, or other ceremony. This all indicates that songket cannot be used carelessly, because in it contains specific meanings. In the past, the use of songket distinguished between for the royal family, royal officials, nobles and commoners class.

Tenun Buna East Nusa Tenggara

Tenun Buna is a traditional hand-woven fabric from East Nusa Tenggara. In the making of Tenun Buna, the women cannot be arbitrary, with the ritual sacred payer so it is not just a plain handwoven fabric, but the fabric has a soul because of the ritual itself. Particular motif shows the user personality, dignified and certainly a good personality.

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Songket Lombok Lombok

The motifs are stiffer than Songket Bali and easy to distinguish between them. There is a village in Lombok that the women make songket, it is Sukarara Village southern city of Mataram. Material made right in addition to cotton, bark, banana fiber, pineapple fiber, and palm leaves. Making color substance consisting of two colors namely blue and red. Songket Lombok motifs are various, as as chicken motif, flower motif eight, four flower motifs. Each motif has its own meaning.

Tenun Rangrang Bali

Tenun Rangrang is one of well-known handwoven Balinese fabrics from Karang Village, Nusa Penida island. Generally, the motif of Tenun Rangrang is simple but beautiful diamond likely or zigzag and made from silk or cotton threads. This kind of traditional fabrics also often used in Balinese traditional ceremonies, but now Tenun Rangrang also modified with other fabrics to add value as a new products, not only traditional products but also modern products.

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Songket Bali Bali

Made from golden, silver, silk, or cotton threads with really unique beautiful motifs and colors. Songket Bali often used in Balinese rituals or ceremonies. The technique in making it is by which gold or silver threads are woven into the cloth or ikat. This fabrics use lot of threads and it makes the fabrics heavy and stiff, but nowadays Songket Bali also made from cotton threads, so the weight is lighter than the former Songket Bali which made from golden or silver threads. Gelgel and Sidemen in the area in Bali who is well known for this fabric-making village. Ni Wayan Novi Candrasari, Owner of Wahyu Sunarwan Heritage a local brands that combine traditional fabrics with ladies accesories.

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Travel Gadgets Polaroid Socialmatic The Socialmatic Camera takes that one step further by combining the filters with Polaroid technology, giving backpackers the ability to print as they go. With double lens in front and back, plus it comes with built-in WiFi as standard - so you can share on social media, as you go. Print pics come out as 2Ă—3-inch photos source : www.polaroid.com

Clever Travel Companion Underwear Your own private protection to keep your valuables in a safe place, under your clothes. Any thief would be hard pushed to make it into your underwear so why not buy a pair and keep your passport, travel money and all things precious – away from pesky pickpockets. You guys can enjoy the security of two zipper pockets, per pair. source : www.clevertravelcompanion.com

Wahyu Sunarwan Collections When you go to Bali, it is not complete if you do not bring any souvenirs to your country. As a Bali local brands, Wahyu Sunarwan Heritage designs, produces, and sell traditional bags, wallets, and shoes with traditional fabrics combined with genuine or artificial leather. source : www.wahyusunarwan.com.

Panono Camera Ball Designed to capture moments in time, the device will snap a fully spherical panoramic image using its 36, 108 megapixel cameras when it is thrown in the air. If you are looking to create lasting holiday memories while having a bit of fun with the family, then the Panono is a sure fire winner. source : www.panono.com

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Highlights Shops

Facilites / Services Hotels

Restaurant / Bar

Monkey Forest

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Ubud Terrace ATM

UBUD Antonio Blanco Museum

Ubud Permai Camplung Sari ArÂ?ni 2

Bumi Bali Restaturant Public Clinic Cendana Resort Batan Waru

Pizza Bagus

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Bebek Guling

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Ubud View Bali Buddha Bar Post Office

Bebek ATM Bengil ArÂ?ni 1

Nurani Nomad JL Batu Belig

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ta Big Pineapple

Sanur To Denpasar

To Denpasar

Mercure

Massimo Tamu Kami

Oasis

Hardys

Ryoshi Lotus

Inna Grand Bali Beach

Le Mayeur Museum

Gazebo

Tanjung Sari

Besakih

Batu Jimbar

Bali Hya‚

Palm Garden

Puri Gopa FlashBack Bungalow

Three Monkey Pizza Hut McDonalds Police Staon Watering Hole 1

Inna Grand Bali Beach Golf Course Sanur Paradise Plaza

KFC

Jl. Pa

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JL Tangkuban Perahu

JL Mertasari

Lan e Jl. L egia n

JL Petenget

Su ns a Ro et

Kuta ntai

Bali Deli

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Kuta ntai Jl. Pa

Jl. L egia

JL Petenget

JL Raya Kerobokan

JL Raya Basangkasa

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JL Sa ri D ew i

JL Raya Seminyak

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JL Nakul a

McDonalds

Gourment Cafe L Dew J

Arana Suite

JL Plawa

Warung Made

Warung Italia

JL Kun

Cafe Moca

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Tratoria Ul‚mo The Junc‚on

Queen Tandoor

Baku Dapa

JL Double Six

The Haven

Ryoshi

Bintang Supermarket

Nirvana Club

di rupa JL D Pura yana JL Dh

Seminyak Sarinade

Ubud Art Market

Police StaÂ?on W Retreat & Spa

Seminyak Square The Legian

Ubud Palace

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Kuta Village Bliss Wayan Temple Hotel To Denpasar

Hu’u Bar

The Kayana

Oberoi

Kudeta

Sofitel Pelangi

Puri Naga

JL Werkudara

Lotus Cafe

wijay

Jl. Sri

Grand Mas Hotel

Church

Neo Hotel Kayun Hostel

Jl. Pa h Jelan k

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JL Hanoman Jayakarta

Puri Lukisan Museum

yak min

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Jl. Pa

Bomb Monument Bank ESC Sky Garden

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Tratoria

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Kuta

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Macaroni

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Jl. Raya Kuta

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Pop Hotel

Suka Beach Inn

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The Lo‚

Legian Beach Hotel Leb

Pro Surf School Sari Bene

Police Sta­on Warung Mina

Swell

Paradiso Hotel Perama Tour

Warung Made

Police Sta on Supernova

ManuabaClinic

Kuta Beach Club

Poppies Coages KFC

Adi Jaya Hotel

Waterbom Park

Ramayana

StarBuck

Kori

Kopi Pot Bounty Hotel Poppies Lane II

Lane I

Kuta Paradiso

Kuta Square

Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Hotel

Poppie s

McDonalds

Barong Hotel Kuta Sea View

Lane

The Stones

Pullman

Jl. Melas

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Harris Resorts Beach Walk Sahid Hotel

Hotels Restaurant / Bar Shops Facilites / Services Highlights

Batan Waru Discovery Shopping Mall Lippo Mall

JL Ka je ng

JL Monkey Forest JL M on key Fore st

JL Suweta

Jl Raya Pengosekan

JL Hanoman

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JL Sri Wedari

y Forest JL M onke To Kuta

JL Sugriwa

JL Jembawan Jl. Blambangan


Philipines

South China Sea

Pacific ocean

Sabang Aceh

Bukit Lawang

Brunei

Malaysia

Medan

MalAYsia

Lake Toba

Bunaken naonal park

Singapore Nias Island

Indonesia

Riau Islands

Gorontalo

Jam Gadang Clock tower

Padang

Kalimantan (Borneo)

Ponanak

Sumatra

Jambi

Ampera Bridge

Palembang

Samarinda

Togian Islands

Palu

Raja Ampat

Banjarmasin

Java Sea

Kendari

Makasar

Wakatobi naonal park

Banda Sea

Jogjakarta

Surabaya Mnt Bromo

Lombok

Flores

Komodo Island

Sumbawa

Mnt Kelimutu

Sumba

Kupang

Arafura Sea

Timor Leste

Labuan Bajo Waingapu

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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 country has to offer and explore.

Merauke

Sasando Music instrument

Timor

Timor Sea Australia

Mesmerizing Indonesian Archipelago

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Papua New Guinea

Madura Borobudur

Bali

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.

Papua

Ambon

Monas Naonal Monument

Java

Jayapura

Ambon

Tana Toraja

Indian Ocean Jakarta

Sorong

Sulawesi Tanjung Pung

Krakatoa

Maluku

Balikpapan

Bangka Belitung

Lampung

Ternate

Manado

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

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Pelangan Batu Bolong

Sepi

Pengantap

Belongas Bay Kediri

SEKOTONG TENGAH LEMBAR Banyumulek

MATARAM CAKRANEGARA Lingsar

KR. BAYAN TANJUNG

PEMENANG

PUSUK

Gunungsari

Selaparang

AMPENAN

Tawun Gili Nanggu

Sekotong Barat Mt. Agung 3.142m

Goa Lawah Temple

Pasar Agung Temple

Lempuyang Temple

Amed Mt. Lempuyang

AMLAPURA Ujung Candidasa Temple

Candidasa

PENIDA isl.

Dalem Ped Temple

Padang Bai

Tenganan

Tirtagangga Sidemen

Besakih Temple

Labuan Bangko-bangko Gili Asahan Desert Point Gili Layar Gili Rengit

SENGGIGI Bangsal

Ulun Danu Temple

Gili Air Ponjok Batu Temple

Mt. Batur

Mascet i Temple

GIANYAR Kamasan

KLUNGKUNG

Toya Bungkah

Buyan Kehen Temple

Gili Meno

Selong Belanak

Batu Nampar

T.LAWANG

Kuta Beach KUTA Rambitan Sade

SENGKOL Mujur

BELEKE

Ganti

Ekas Jerowaru Keruak

MASBAGIK

SELONG

Sakra

Tanjung Ringgit Labuhan Lombok

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 Gili Kondo Gili Sulat Gili Lawang

Labuan pandan Sandongan

Sambelia

Lemor

Pringgabaya

Pohgading Wanasaba

Tanjung Teros

Lb. Haji

Rambang

TANJUNG LUAR

LOMBOK PRAYA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

PRAYA

Mawun Beach Mangkung

PENUJAK Batujai

SUKARARA Puyung

Pancor Pohmotong

SIKUR

TERARA

AIKMEL

Anyar

Rempung

LENEK Pringgasela

Sapit Sembalun Lawang Obel-obel

Ds. Kembar

Sembalun Bumbung Sendang Gile Water Fall

Tiu Kelep Water Fall

Timbanuh

Tete Batu

KOTA RAJA

Loyok

MANTANG KOPANG Sedau PESENG

Lake Segara Anak

Sesaot

SURANADI

NARMADA Endut

NYURBAYA Meduwe Karang Temple

Yeh Sanih

Mt. Penulisan Penulisan Temple

Ulun Danu Batur Temple

Tirtha Empul Temple Gunung Kawi Temple

Pejeng

Batuan

Sukawati Lebih Celuk

CENINGAN isl.

LEMBONGAN isl.

Badung strait

Gili Trawangan

MT.RINJANI 3726M Beji Temple

SINGARAJA Anturan

Payangan

Goa Gajah Temple

Sangeh Ubud Taman Ayun Temple

Mas Singapadu Batubulan

Sanur

DENPASAR

Nusa Dua

Benoa Harbor Tanjung Benoa

Serangan Island

Sakenan Temple

BANGLI Tampak Siring

Pacung Tegalalang

Lake Bratan

Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

Kintamani

Gitgit waterfall

Lake Buyan

GONDANG

Senaru Batu Kok

Lovina beach

Akar - akar

Seririt Banjar

Mt. Sengayang

Luwus

Mt. Batukaru Bedugul Baturi€

Ja€ Luwih

Luhur Batukaru Temple

Alas Kedaton TABANAN Ubung Kerobokan Seminyak

Legian Kuta Tuban Jimbaran

NGURAH RAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Tanah Lot Temple

Yeh Gangga

Pupuan

Lake Tamblingan

Munduk waterfall

BAYA

Pemuteran

Bali Strait Menjangan Isl.

Mt. Sanglang Mt. Musi

Mt. Mesehe

Anyar

Mt. Prapat Agung

Labuhan Lalang West Bali Naonal Park

Mt. Merbuk

NEGARA

Rambut Siwi Temple

Medewi Beach

INDIAN OCEAN

Segenter

Bakungan Temple

Gilimanuk

Chris€an Community

Blimbingsari

Mt. Kelakan

Catholic Community

Palasari

Gede Perancak 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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Casablanca

Sunset Gecko

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Harmoni Alibaba & Co

Nusa Indah

Dian Cafe

Matahari

Kira Kira Sejuk

Abdi Fantas­k Coconut Santai

Royal Reef

Bulan Madu

Family Cafe Rust Warung

Salabose

Bird Park Resort

Gili Beach Inn Zipp Bar

Lucky Safari Malia’s Child Bungalows

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