3 things to know before visiting Jakarta

3 things to know before visiting Jakarta

Jakarta is a very favorable city in terms of climate. The temperature in the city is often constant throughout the year, the values ​​oscillating between 24 and 32 Celsius degrees. However, humidity is high, especially in winter when it can reach values ​​of 85%. Regardless of the month when you want to visit  Jakarta, it is recommended to visit North Jakarta, the Ancol Dreamland because there is a continuous party called the "Festival Beach" that lasts during the whole year. The... [read more]

Tourist guide to Jakarta

Tourist guide to Jakarta

Jakarta is also known as Jakarta Special Capital Region, and is both the capital of Indonesia and the largest city in the country. Jakarta is located on the north coast of Java, and is the economic, cultural and political center of the country. We offer you a short tourist guide to Jakarta. The town had a population of about 10.2 million people in the census of 2011, and is the most populous city in South East Asia and also the 13th most populous city in the world. The city was founded in... [read more]

Things you should know before visiting the Island of Batam

Things you should know before visiting the Island of Batam

Batam is the name of the  island and also the name of the largest city on the island, and is located in the Riau Islands Province of Indonesia. The island is considered to be a free trade area, located at about 20 kilometers from the coast of Singapore. The municipality of the Batam Island encompasses a population of approximately 1.2 million inhabitants, but the island is considered to be smaller than the municipality, which also covers neighboring islands. There are some things you sho... [read more]

Tourist guide to the Island of Sumatra

Tourist guide to the Island of Sumatra

Sumatra or Sumatera is the sixth largest island in the world and the largest in Indonesia. The main tourist attraction of Sumatra is its nature: volcanoes, jungles, lakes, and so on. In 2006, approximately 25,000 square feet of Sumatra was included into the UNESCO heritage, and it took the name of "Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra." In Sumatra, flora and fauna is extremely diverse, here there are the rarest species in the world of orangutans, tigers and rhinos sumatreni sumatreni. Even if t... [read more]

5 things you need to know before visiting Lombok

5 things you need to know before visiting Lombok

The Island of Lombok has a little drier climate than Bali, tourists can visit the island throughout the year. The temperatures are very pleasant and the rainfall rate is not very high. The best time to visit the Island of Lombok is after the Ramadan celebration because then begins the Eid ul -Fitr Festival, a unique opportunity for tourists to have fun and learn some of the local customs. We present you 5 things you need to know before visiting Lombok, so you can spend some unforgettable ... [read more]

Tourist guide to the Island of Lombok

Tourist guide to the Island of Lombok

The Lombok Island has 3.16 million inhabitants and is separated from Bali by the Lombok Strait. The only noticeable difference between Bali and the Island of Lombok is that has lower prices and is more quiet than its neighbor, which is annually assaulted by many tourists. Unfortunately, many people confuse Lombok to Bali because the island where they get is also a tropical paradise. Culturally and historically, the first inhabitants of the Island of Lombok were represented by the Sasak po... [read more]

Traveling to Denpasar

Traveling to Denpasar

Denpasar was originally the capital of the Kingdom of Bandung, but was conquered in 1906 by the Dutch. The Royal Palace was looted and then destroyed and after this the central market became Taman Puputan. Denpasar still remained the administrative center of Bandung, and in 1958 became the seat of the provincial government of Bali. After moving the provincial government headquarters to Depensar, the city began to develop in all aspects: economic, social and cultural. Due to its rapid grow... [read more]

Tourist guide to Denpasar

Tourist guide to Denpasar

Denpasar is the most populous city of the Indonesian province of Bali, and its capital in the same time. Being located on the famous island of Bali, the city is seen as a gateway, and it is a major tourist attraction. With the development of tourism in Bali, the city became the most important business center in the province. This has led to a rapid increase in population, at the census in 2010 the city's population reached approximately 800,000 inhabitants. Etymologically speaking, the na... [read more]

Things to know before you visit Denpasar

Things to know before you visit Denpasar

Given that the city has only two seasons, a dry and a wet one, it is recommended to visit the city in the dry season. Even of this period has high temperatures and the rainfall rate is low, you will certainly not feel it on the beautiful beaches of the city. We present you some things to know before you visit Denpasar including the transportation in the city, different shopping options and some important information regarding food. It is good to be prepared in this areas befor you arrive ... [read more]

Tips for tourists before visiting Cirebon

Tips for tourists before visiting Cirebon

Cirebon is a port city located on the north coast of the Island of Java. The city is located at about 300 kilometers from Jakarta, near the border with Central Java, and is part of West Java Province. Being on the border between the two, most locals of the city of Cirebon speak a mixture of Sudan and the Javanese language, and it is believed that the city name is given by a word in the Javanese language, which means "mixture". According to some rows fro the Purwaka Caruban Nagari manuscri... [read more]