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    Amazing Indonesia

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    dygtangel
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    Amazing Indonesia

    Post by dygtangel on Thu Feb 05, 2009 3:42 pm

    Breathtakingly diverse, Indonesia stretches across 5,000km and 17,000 islands. There are 300 ethnic groups and cultures speaking 365 languages and dialects. Visitors to Indonesia revel in the splendour of its natural and cultural riches.

    Glorious sunsets, the dragons of Komodo Island, the coloured lakes of Flores, Balinese dancers, ancient temple sites and bustling multicultural cities are just a few of Indonesia's attractions.

    Recent political unrest and economic strife threaten the country's stability but its natural and human wonders remain.

    Indonesia has an even year-round climate (in the high 80Fs/30Cs most of the time) dividing into a wet and dry season. The rainy season can be a deterrent to visiting more remote spots as the roads become mud-clogged. May to October is the driest time.

    Traditionally, European tourists flood the country then, and Australians descend in waves on Bali around Christmas. Indonesians themselves holiday around the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and resort prices go through the roof.

    With so many islands, scuba diving and snorkelling is a popular and well-supported activity. Coral reefs and other interesting sites bound. Bali has the best operations in the archipelago.

    Surfing is very popular and is ever-expanding. Yachting tours are also available. Windsurfing is well established - most common in Bali and Lombok, but also in Manadao in N. Sulawesi.

    Hiking is not well-established but national parks offer some good treks such as Gunung Leuser, Sumatra and Dumoga Bone on Sulawesi. Java's Ujung Kulon National Park is the largest wilderness area on that island, but there are many volcanoes there.

    Bali and Sulawesi have the most developed beach resorts; Java has Pangandaran as its main beach centre.


    Bromo Mountain...


    Bali Island




    Bunaken Island


    Prambanan Temple..


    Jakarta the capital city
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    Re: Amazing Indonesia

    Post by [GM] NiCole on Thu Feb 05, 2009 8:28 pm

    aw sista , its really awesome Very Happy
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    Re: Amazing Indonesia

    Post by sweet-nikita on Fri Feb 06, 2009 1:13 pm

    wow thanks for sharing sis...
    but something is missing... where is your house... Rolling Eyes
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    Re: Amazing Indonesia

    Post by dygtangel on Fri Feb 06, 2009 10:17 pm

    he he he he sis... Laughing

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