Ready to travel to Indonesia? Here
are some Indonesian Tidbits:
Over the years, Indonesian art has been influenced by
many cultures. The famous Javanese and Balinese dances,
for example, contain aspects of Hindu culture and mythology.
The Javanese and Balinese wayang kulit shadow theatre
shows is famous for displaying several mythological events.
The batik and ikat cloth, as well as Silat (martial arts)
are also trademarks of the rich Indonesian culture.
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Republic of Indonesia is located in the Malay Archipelago,
between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The country borders
Malaysia on the island of Borneo (Indonesian: Kalimantan),
Papua New Guinea on the island of New Guinea and East
Timor on the island of Timor.
Indonesia is the largest Muslim nation in the world and
currently ranks fourth in terms of population. The country's
capital city is Jakarta. Other major Indonesian cities
include Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, Palembang, and Semarang.
is undoubtedly one of the most enchanting place that honeymooners
can desire for. Lush greenery, beautiful miles stretched
sandy beaches, roaring rivers, crystal clear lakes, tropical
forests full of exotic wildlife. There are also picturesque
active towering volcanoes over 3000 meters high. A glittering
sea, royal treatment by the welcoming and warm people
makes wonderful memories for honeymooning couple. Indulge
in luxurious tropical plants, coconut palms, birds of
paradise. [ More
|Mountain Biking in Bali's
by Monique Cordeiro
There is no better way than to enjoy the sights
and sounds of Bali than on a mountain bike. You
not only get to cover areas where motor vehicles
will not go, but get a good workout as well.
Instead of viewing Mount Batur from where the masses
gather at Penelokan, a day trip bike ride would
be ideal for the more sporty and adventurous traveler.
You get a good close up of the Crater Lake within
Mount Batur which makes the ride there highly rewarding.
So leave your 4 wheel drive behind, mount your 2
wheeler and head down to Mount Batur.
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