Top 2 biggest cities of West Java

Top 2 biggest cities of West Java

West Java is a province on the Island of Java, Indonesia. It is bordered on the east by the province of Central Java and on the west by the city of Jakarta and the Banten province. West Java has a high density of population which is composed mostly of Javanese people with Islamic religion. West Java is a heavily industrialized region focusing especially on oil and textile industry. Tourism also plays an important role in the province. Today we are going to present the top 2 biggest cit... [ read more ]

Top 7 historical and cultural tourist attractions in Jakarta

Top 7 historical and cultural tourist attractions in Jakarta

Jakarta is the "main entrance" of Indonesia, is a metropolis, where the modern Western architecture and the traditional Indonesian culture lives together. The quick development of the city is a representation of the economic, political, social and industrial of the uplift of the whole nation. In the recent years the city was enriched with luxury hotels, conference centers, world-class golf courses, chic restaurants, exciting nightclubs and shopping centers besides the already existing his... [ read more ]

Top 5 natural tourist attractions in Jakarta

Top 5 natural tourist attractions in Jakarta

Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia is a cosmopolitan city with a population of over 10 million. The city is situated in the northwest of the Island of Java, at the mouth of the river Liwung in the Jakarta Bay. The Tanjungpriok seaport  was built between 1883-1886 an it is located at about 10 km from the city. The city is a popular tourist destination in Indonesia and one of the most visited cities in Southeast Asia. Jakarta is an important cultural, economic and politic center, but today ... [ read more ]

The most beautiful natural tourist attractions in Banten

The most beautiful natural tourist attractions in Banten

Banten is one of the newest provinces of Indonesia located near West Java. It is very close to the city of Jakarta so it can be reached easily, but it is completely different from it. Banten is a peaceful and beautiful place, a real refreshment after the bustle of the big city. The main arrival point is the Soekarno-Hatt international airport. The province can also be reached by car or by motorbike on the Jakarta-Serang road.     Banten is mainly famous for its r... [ read more ]

Famous historical and cultural tourist attractions in Banten

Famous historical and cultural tourist attractions in Banten

Banten was once an important seaport center, its power was similar to the Mataram Empire of Central Java, but today is only a fishing village with a bright past. Serang is the capital of the Banten Province. Old Banten is one of the most famous historical sites and lies at only 10 kilometers from Serang. Many archaeological remains keep the memories of the Islamic Banten Kingdom of the 16th-18th century. We are going to present some famous historical and cultural tourist attractions in Ba... [ read more ]

The Lampung Province in Indonesia

The Lampung Province in Indonesia

The ancient Chinese travel literature refers to a southern region of Sumatra, which they call as Lamphung, or the place where the southern winds blow. The Lampung Province in Indonesia is mostly flat, the highest mountains there are the Gunung Pesagi, the Tanggamas, the Seminiung, the Sekincau and the Raya, all of them being dormant volcanoes. Bandar Lampung is the provincial capital and originally consisted of two cities: Tanjungkarang and the harbor of Teluk Betung.   ... [ read more ]

The Bengkulu Province in Indonesia

The Bengkulu Province in Indonesia

The seaside seat of the Bengkulu Province was formerly known as Bencoolen. This is the place where Sir Stamford Raffl first came to Indonesia and the remains of the ​British influence can still be found in the area. The main product of the region is the pepper, the coffee, the nutmeg and the sugar cane. The most exciting natural attraction is the huge exotic flower of Rafflesia arnoldii. The Bengkulu Province can be reached very easily on the land, on the sea and through the air t... [ read more ]

Bangka Belitung in Indonesia

Bangka Belitung in Indonesia

The Bangka Belitung province is an archipelago with an area of ​​nearly 82 thousand square kilometers, of which 16 thousand km2 is land, 65 thousand km2 is water and the rest is sea cliff. The two biggest island of the archipelago are Bangka and Belitung that are surrounded by 254 small islands with a total coastline length of 1200 km. A province has seven districts. Bangka is the largest tin producer of Indonesia but is also famous for the white pepper that is grown here. Because of ... [ read more ]

Jambi Province in Indonesia

Jambi Province in Indonesia

The Jambi Province in Indonesia has an area of ​​5.343.700 hectares, it is divided in 9 regencies and has a provincial capital. It has a varied topography, the eastern part is mostly plain, the western part has many mountains. The latter is particularly true in the Kerinci Regency. The rich natural resources and the biodiversity is represented by four national parks and each has a unique flora and fauna. In the following we will present the most important tourist attractions of the... [ read more ]