Friday, March 28, 2008

The coastal tour in West Kalimantan

Sinam Beach

Sinam Beach is one of tourism destination which lies on the surburb of Pemangkat city at least 47 km from of Sambas Regency’s they are available accommodations here such as cafeteria restaurant and hotel, we can enjoy the sunset in this place reached by any kind of vehicles.

Bukit Raya Putri Serai Beach

Bukit Raya Putri Serai is one of the tourism destination which lies in Jawai Laut Village the Jawai district at least 2 kilometer away from the capital district, This is a unique place, which different whit other beaches is Sambas Regency, because it has a legend of Princess Serai on the side of the beach are stone

Dungun Laut Beach

Dungun Laut Beach is one of the tourism destination which lies dungun laut village, Jawai district at least 35 km away from the heart capital of sambas regency beautiful and interesting natural sceneries with white and big stones which can reached by on foot.

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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Mount Bromo

The Bromo Tengger Semeru national park, was the only conservation area in Indonesia that had the uniqueness took the form of sand sea measuring 5.250 hectare.

In sand sea was found by seven centres of the eruption in two routes that cross that is from east-west and east sea-west

From the east sea-west this power emerged Mount Bromo that including the active volcano that from time to time could issue the eruption smoke.

The Tengger ethnic group that was around the national park was the religious original Hindu ethnic group. According to the legend, the ethnic group's origin from the Majapahit Kingdom that isolated it self.

The uniqueness, saw the inhabitants around (Tengger ethnic) appearance did not have the fear although known that Mount Bromo danger, including also tourists who often visited the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park at the time of the Kasodo Ceremony.

Several locations/the object that was interesting to be visited :

1. Cemorolawang.
One of the entrances headed the national park that often was visited to see from the distance of the carpet and the Bromo crater of sand sea, and camped.
2. Tengger sea of sand and Mount Bromo.
Rode a horse and climbed Mount Bromo through the ladder and saw the sun rose
3. Pananjakan.

Saw the Mount Bromo nature panorama, the Batok mountain and the mountain AMeru
4. Ranu Pani, Ranu Regulo, Ranu Kumbolo, and The peak of the Semeru Mountain
Very cold lakes and always was hazy, often was used as the place of the mountain climber's transit mount Semeru
5. Ranu Darungan

Camped, observation of the fauna/plants and the nature panorama that captured

The best visit season : June-Oktober and December- January

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Saturday, March 15, 2008

The Borobudur Temple

Borobudur was the name of a Buddhist temple that was located in Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java. The location of the temple was approximately 100 km on the south-west of Semarang and 40 km on the north-west of Yogyakarta. This temple was established by the followers of the religion Buddhist Mahayana around the 800 's Masehi in the government's period of the Syailendra dynasty.

This colossal relic of Borobudur Temple was built by Syailendra Dynasty between 750 and 842 AD; 300 years before Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, 400 years before work had begun on the great European Cathedrals. Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles revealed Borobudur Temple in 1814. He found the temple in ruin condition and ordered that the site be cleared of undergrowth and thoroughly surveyed. The massive restoration project began from 1905 to 1910 led by Dr. Th. Van Erp.

With the assistance of UNESCO, the second restoration to rescue Borobudur was carried out in 1983.The overall height of Borobudur was 42 meters, but it is only 34.5 meters now (after restoration) and has the dimension of 123 x 123 meters. The building has 10 floors or levels: Hhumtcambharabudara, the mountain of the accumulation of virtue in the ten stages of Bodhisatva

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Thursday, March 13, 2008

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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Soppeng, The prettiest cities

Soppeng was one of the prettiest cities in the South Sulawesi province and was the king's former city of the past that had the authority territory as well as the influence that the area around other local kingdoms.
This was proven in old articles bugis community that is "Lontara"
One of the characteristics that was extraordinary from this city was the number of bats ( not gotham city ).
The bat hanged down onto the tree while dismissing the voice without heeding its surrounds traffic

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