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What is travel without a lot of...eating? In my honest opinion, one of the best ways to get to know Indonesia is through your palate. Indonesian food is as rich and diverse as its culture and you'll find foods...
..??!! Now that summer is almost upon us and the temperatures are rising, people are looking to plan their summer getaways. The hot weather is the perfect time to cool down at the beach and what better country to do...
Bali is a tourist haven. Each year, this Indonesian Island continues to host visitors at a better place. In 2016, a total of 13 million visitors including domestic and international, were hosted by an island of just four million...
The country of Indonesia is composed of 17,508 islands making up a total of 1,919,440 square kilometers. That's a big much to take in, so we've compiled a simplified breakdown of Indonesia's islands. A Breakdown of Indonesia's Islands It's a little...
There is nothing more beautiful than marital bliss. During the first few months of your marriage, you might want to spend more time with your significant other. Where you choose to go on a honeymoon decides whether or not...
indonesia facts, facts about Indonesia, interesting facts about Indonesia, fun facts about Indonesia Indonesia Fun Fact #1.Indonesia is huge. Composed of 17,508 islands covering approximately 1,919,440 square kilometers, it takes over 12 hours of flying time to get from one...
Summer is fast approaching, and many of us are desperately trying to come up with a great plan for our summer vacation.  With so many beautiful places to go, how can you choose?  Well, if you want a fun,...
Bali Bali is the most popular tourist spot in Indonesia because the island is a cornucopia of beaches, yoga retreats, rice fields and spas. This place is a must for all travelers because there is a lot to do and...
About Indonesia, All about Indonesia An Introduction to Indonesia Indonesia is a vast, sprawling country. It's hard to even think of it as a single country - it's more like a gargantuan tree with branches that extend out into various parts...
Sumatra gets its name from a combination of the Sanskrit words Swarnadw? pa, meaning "island of gold" and Swarnabh? mi, meaning "land of gold." The name is due to gold deposits found on the island's highland, but Sumatra has...

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