The National Monument and the Gereja Zion Church in Jakarta

The National Monument and the Gereja Zion Church in Jakarta

The National Monument located in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, is a true emblem of the country and was built in the memory of the heroes of the country who have lost their lives in military conflicts against the domination of the colonists. It occupies an impressive area of 80 ha and was inaugurated about four decades ago. One of the most visited tourist attractions in Jakarta is the Gereja Zion Church. Don’t worry, you can not miss it, because it is located near the Fatahilla... [ read more ]

The main attractions in Bandung

The main attractions in Bandung

Bandung is the third largest city in Indonesia, the capital of the province called West Java. The city is the second metropolitan area of the country, and includes a population of about 2.4 million inhabitants. Because it is located at an altitude of 768 meters above sea level, temperatures are much lower than in other cities in Indonesia. The city of Bandung is a very appreciated weekend destination for the residents of Jakarta. The climate characterized by lower temperatures, the variet... [ read more ]

The most beautiful natural attractions of Papua

The most beautiful natural attractions of Papua

Papua is the region of contrast, there you will find the most the most impenetrable tropical jungles of the world, while mountain with snow covered peaks are towering over its glacial lakes. Papua is the largest and easternmost province of Indonesia, that covers the western part of New Guinea, the second-largest island of the world. Papua has exceptional natural environment with beautiful and spectacular coastlines, vast extended marshes, meadows with fresh grass and strong-flowing rivers... [ read more ]

The best 5 cultural attractions of Papua

The best 5 cultural attractions of Papua

Papua is a beautiful place, the most eastern state of Papua. The islanders are divided in more than 250 groups, the larger are the Marindan, the Yah'ray, the Asmat, the Mandobo, the Dani and the Afyat. The ones living in the central land hold their habits and traditions not being influenced by external factors. The different communities are mostly living in complete isolation, and this is the reason of the incredibly diverse cultures. We present you the best 5 cultural attractions of Papu... [ read more ]

Top 5 natural attractions in Maluku

Top 5 natural attractions in Maluku

Maluku awaits its visitors with an incredibly beautiful under water world, idyllic tropical beaches and jungle-covered volcanic mountains. Today, the main source of income in Maluku from the production of fish and other marine products, but the nickel, oil, manganese and various lumber trade contributes to the richness of the region as well. Today we would like to present the top 5 natural attractions of Maluku for those who nature and are thinking of visiting this part of Indonesia. &... [ read more ]

Water attractions in West Kalimantan

Water attractions in West Kalimantan

West Kalimantan has an area of ​​146 607 km2 and a wide variety of mineral and gemstone deposits, some of which are still waiting for exploration. The coastal areas are mostly marshy plains, which are divided by more than 100 rivers. The climate of West Kalimantan is tropical, the average daily minimum temperature is 22.9 °C and the maximum is 31.5 °C. The less rainy period from March to May, is proceeded by the rainy season lasting from November to January with heavy rains. We made... [ read more ]

Top 5 cities and villages of East Nusa Tenggara

Top 5 cities and villages of East Nusa Tenggara

The Province of East Nusa Tenggara consists of over 550 islands, but has three main islands: Flores, Sumba and Timor. The population is predominantly Roman Catholic and the Portuguese influence is present in the habits and the physical environment as well. The existence of a strong European cultural heritage can be seen in the Easter processions in Larantuka or the royal insignia of the former rulers of Maumere are also a proof of this. Sumba, formerly known as the Sandalwood Island today... [ read more ]