• Beaches

    Longest Beaches in The World

    Indonesia ranked 4th of the longest beaches in the World with 95.181 km long

  • Foods

    Various Foods

    Delicous, Various, and Yummy.

  • Heritages

    World Heritages

    Cultures and Heritages of Indonesia.

  • Rainforest

    Tropical Rainforest

    Indonesia has a greatful tropical rainforest

  • Shopping

    Shoppers Paradise

    Thousand mall and supermarket spread around Jakarta and many other big cities

  • Underwater

    Beautiful reefs and corals

    Bunaken, and Raja Ampat

Bali Bird Park


Find yourself at the Bali Bird Park to witness the largest and finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world plus fantastic birds from Africa & South America.
Encompassing two hectares of botanical landscape, the park provides sanctuary to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species.
Our innovative approach towards the display of rare and tropical birds has progressed from traditional exhibits to that of showcasing mixed species in their natural habitats & in large walk in Aviaries and free range throughout the park.
The park accommodates an amazing display of flora with more then 2000 tropical plants including 50 varieties of palms alone and attracting numerous butterflies.
Incorporating a breeding, research and veterinary facility within the complex, the park has a high success rate in the captive reproduction of exotic birds such as the Bird. of Paradise and Hornbill.

To Do:

Join us for an adventure that has no boundaries as we take you on a journey across the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America and South Africa.
The park is divided into regions that recreate the natural habitats of our birds, complete with indigenous plant life and traditional artefacts for authenticity.
Experience the original Jungle birds of Bali and encounter the world's rarest bird, the Bali Starling.
Discover the exotic birds of Papua and one of the most comprehensive collections of Bird of Paradise in the whole world.
Travel to Far East Indonesia, home to an amazing array of birds as well as the extraordinary Komodo Dragon, a giant carnivorous lizard which is a direct descendant of the dinosaur and rarely seen in captivity.
See the fantastic Javan Hawk and Serpent Eagles - & listen to the sweet sounds of Java's song birds echoing through the foliage.
Visit the deep jungle and misty mountain ranges of Sumatra for rare and strange endemic birds.

Venture to other tropical continents to view our collection of South American exotics such as the Scarlet Macaw and Toucan, witness the Congo Grey Parrot and other birds of the African Savannah.
See Cassowaries, Cranes, Storks & Pelicans and many more birds as they wander freely living and breeding uninhibited throughout the park.
Stroll within the boundaries of our giant walk-through aviaries that replicate the natural eco-systems of the Bali Jungle and Papuan Rainforest.
Pathways and bridges are carved through the dense foliage where only filtered sunlight manages to penetrate the canopy of greenery overhead.

Several vantage points have been strategically positioned to catch glimpses of free flying birds as they follow their survival instincts of foraging for food, nesting and mating.
These protected enclosures safeguard rare species from outside predators, whilst still exposing them to the various aspects of living in the wild.
Within two hectares of Balinese landscape and a free range birds, Bali Bird Park is a popular place for:
 * arranging a special program for family gatherings
 * corporate programme
 * group arrangements
 * student group special education
 * other creative competition such as photo shooting
 * painting
 * drawing, or
 * annual gathering

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Senggigi Beach

Senggigi is Lombok's oldest and most famous resort area.

A perfect place to relax, Senggigi boasts a series of white sandy beaches and safe swimming areas. The point at central Senggigi has good waves for surfers. This place has a colourful reef which provides shelter to a variety of marine life and exquisitely shapped coral and makes it a perfect place to snorkle.

In the dry season, there is an interesting variety of boats moored in the bay. The town of Senggigi spreads out along nearly 10 kilometers of coastal road. This road continues north to Bangsal, the port for the Gili Islands.

To Buy:

There are many souvenir shops along the main Senggigi road that offering you many kind of Lombok souvenir, starting from clothes, paintings, handicrafts, wooden crafts, etc.

To Stay:

There a lot of diverse range of hotel accommodations that you can choose to stay in Senggigi, from deluxe four-star resort properties to simple home-stays, Such as Holiday Inn, the Oberoi, Sheraton Senggigi, Melati Dua Cottage, Pool Villa Club, Panorama Cottage, and many more.
To Eat:

There are various foreign and local restaurants that offering international and local foods, cafes and entertainment venues. These all are available along the main Senggigi road and on certain areas along the beach.

For inexpensive eating, try the food stalls along the beach, especially at the end of the road past the Senggigi Beach Hotel. For dining alternative you can try :
Warung Menega grilled seafood
Jalan Raya Senggigi 6,
West Lombok
To Do:

Swimming off the beach is safe.
You can also do some canoeing here in Senggigi.
Visit Pura Batu Bolong on a rocky point south of Senggigi.
There's good snorkeling off the point and in the sheltered bay around the headland.

How To Get There:

There are few alternatives to get Senggigi Beach:
Coming from Lembar harbour, you can go straight to Senggigi by Perama Shuttle bus, or any other Shuttle service available. Lombok taxi available on call for 24 hours of service.
If you are coming by plane, there is a taxi service at the airport that will take you to your hotel destination for Rp35,000 (US$4.00)
Public transportation or " Bemos " are available from 06.00 AM - 06.30 PM for about Rp. 1,500 (Ampenan-Senggigi, or Senggigi-Ampenan) one way
Ojek (mopeds) service are available at night

Get Around:

Simply walk around Senggigi Beach to develop that sand leg you can depend on. Or, you can ride cidomos. Just try asking for it.


Risking to sound like your mother, we need to remind you to equip yourself with sun protection. Also bring a bathing suit and extra clothing
Several places rent mask-snorkel-fin sets, such as the beach near the Art Market or the Senggigi Beach Hotel
Senggigi nightlife is low key when there are few tourists in town. It's busier on Friday and Saturday, when young locals come up from the Mataram area

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Banyumas Extravaganza 2013

Dalam rangka untuk memeriahkan Hari Jadi Banyumas ke-431, pemerintah daerah Banyumas yang berpusat di kota Purwokerto mengadakan event tahunan berupa karnaval yang dihadiri ribuan penonton dari berbagai daerah. Event ini diadakan pada tanggal 5, 6, dan 7 April 2013, yang puncaknya pada tanggal 7 April 2013 kemarin.

Para penampil berhasil menyedot perhatian pengunjung yang berjubel disepanjang Jalan S. Parman hingga Alun-alun kota Purwokerto.

Pergelaran ini diawali dengan Karnaval Sepeda Ontel yang diikuti sekitar 500 sepeda kuno dan disusul dengan Karnaval Batik Banyumasan. Busana unik beragam corak diperagakan oleh ratusan remaja putri dari berbagai sekolah di Kabupaten Banyumas. Selain itu, ditampilkan pula busana bercorak batik Banyumasan kreasi desainer asal Banyumas, Anto Djamil.

Selanjutnya perwakilan dari 27 kecamatan menampilkan atraksi kesenian tradisional seperti Begalan, sendratari Kamandaka, Cantingan, Buncis, Genthoakan dan sebagainya.

Rombongan Bawor dari pegawai SKPD, batik banyumas yang dipakai oleh para putri domas serta sangat unik dan bernilai tinggi. Sementara itu, Bupati Mardjoko mengungkapkan, even yang digelara dalam rangka HUT Banyumas ke-431 sekaligus peluncuran program Purwokerto City of Holiday ini merupakan hal yang positif.

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(beberapa file bersumber dari tempo.co dan suaramerdeka.com)

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Earth Hour 2013 | Uniting People to Protect The Planet

Earth Hour is a global movement uniting people to protect the planet. Towards the end of March every year, Earth Hour brings together communities from across the world celebrating a commitment to the planet by switching off lights for one designated hour.

Aim to achieve: Earth Hour aims to encourage an interconnected global community to share the opportunities and challenges of creating a sustainable world. 

Ask people to do: Earth Hour encourages individuals, businesses and governments to show leadership on environmental solutions through their actions, to use Earth Hour as a platform to showcase to the world what measures they are taking to reduce their environmental impact. Earth Hour asks everyone to take personal accountability for their impact on the planet and make behavioural changes to facilitate a sustainable lifestyle. Taking the first step is as easy as turning off your lights. By switching off your lights for Earth Hour you are acknowledging and celebrating your commitment to do something more for the planet that goes beyond the hour.

Earth Hour 2013 will be held on

Saturday 23 March between 8.30PM and 9.30PM in your local time zone.

Earth Hour 2013 will mark the seventh year of the campaign. On March 31 2007, WWF-Australia inspired Sydney-siders to show their support for climate change action. More than 2.2 million individuals and 2,000 businesses turned their lights out for one hour in the first Earth Hour event.

Earth Hour only asks people to turn off the non-essential lights for one hour - not lights that affect public safety. Earth Hour is also a celebration of the planet so it’s important to enjoy the moment in a safe environment.

That is a decision that has to be made individually but usually the overhead lights in rooms (whether it is your house or a business), outdoor lighting that does not impact safety, computers, decorative lights, neon signs for advertising, televisions, desk lamps, the list goes on and on. There are a few lights we can say with certainty that should NOT be turned off, including safety lights in public spaces, lights for aviation guidance, traffic lights, security lights, just to name a few. We ask people to use common sense. Before you turn off any lights for public spaces Earth Hour recommends you check with local officials or community centres. In your own home, use common sense with respect to safety. Keep small night lights on for basic safety especially in halls and on stairs. Make sure you have alternative light sources handy before Earth Hour starts, like torches or flashlights. That way if you need to see, you have a light source close at hand, and you can still respect the spirit of Earth Hour and keep yourself and your family safe.

Earth Hour is more than annual event, however it culminates in an hour of inspiration held across the world towards the end of March each year. So come join with Earth Hour!

More info visit Earth Hour

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[ Earth Hour 2013 Challenge ] IWIYW - Ariel Noah and Pevita Pearce

IWIYW means I Will If You Will  -  Earth Hour Challenge
Ariel from Noah Band

Indonesian singer, Ariel from the band Noah, will wear a panda costume during his one of big concerts after Earth Hour, if 6,000 people will plant a tree and send their photo on Twitter to @EHIndonesia using the hash-tag #IniAksiku. 'Ini Aksiku! Mana Aksimu?' (This is my action! What is yours?) is Earth Hour Indonesia's version of the global I Will If You Will campaign. Give him your support and accept the challenge now at www.youtube.com/earthhour

Pevita Pearce

Indonesian actress and model Pevita Pearce will sleep without air conditioning for one month and plant 100 baby trees if 10,000 of her Twitter and Instagram followers will post a photo with the hashtag #dukungAKSIpevita! She wants them to show in the photo that they are either throwing trash into the garbage bin or reducing or stopping their use of plastic bags. 'Ini Aksiku! Mana Aksimu?' (This is my action! What is yours?) is Earth Hour Indonesia's version of the global I Will If You Will campaign. Give her your support and accept the challenge now at www.youtube.com/earthhour

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Kuta Beach, Bali


Kuta BeachOnce a sleepy village with a quiet, beautiful sweep of beach, Kuta today has become a popular beach destination in its own right, alive with tourists from all over the world, swimming, surfing or sunbathing by the beach. Others, casually dressed in shorts, T-shirts and flip-flops stroll along its main road, shopping around or enjoying meals at its many open air restaurants. When in Kuta you know that you are in a holiday town, and people here are in a holiday mood. 
Back in the 1960’s the only hotel was the Kuta Beach Hotel, but soon without much planning, Kuta developed rapidly into a haunt for surfers and backpackers, while the high end market preferred to stay at the more sedate Sanur village on the opposite side of the peninsula. 
With time, Kuta’s popularity grew, and shops, restaurants, discos hotels, - from the simple to the exclusive - sprang up along the main road from Kuta to Legian, catering to the ever increasing holiday crowd, that not only included international tourists but also domestic visitors from Jakarta and other big cities.
On the beach, people enjoy parasailing, banana boat trips or swimming Women offer traditional Indonesian massage on the beach, others are seen plaiting hair.
Before sunset, crowds rush to the beach waiting to watch Kuta’s legendary sunsets. Then as darkness falls, Kuta’s nightlife starts to throb with loud music from bars and restaurants, while shops stay open till late at night. Kuta’s main attraction is that everyone can enjoy the town without any prescribed dress code.
Many famous international bands and celebrities have voluntarily played and sung here enlivening the fun, dance and music scene of Kuta.
One poignant reminder, however, of the tragedy that befell Kuta is a monument located next to the present Paddy’s café. The monument is erected in memory of those killed during the fatal October 2002 bomb terrorist blasts. The blasts killed more than 300 people, mostly Australian tourists and Indonesian workers.

To Do

Kuta Beach
Many visitors come here to shop. Kuta is a manufacturing center for summer wear, jewelry and decorative handicrafts that are exported all over the world. So shop here to your heart’s content for summer chic to beach wear, including wonderfully creative accessories from shoes, handbags to bracelets, necklaces and earrings. There are department stores to boutiques, to roadside stalls.
Popular night spots on Kuta include the Hard Rock Café, De Ja Vu, the Bali  Globe, Paddy’s Café and many more.  

Get There

There are plenty of taxis that can take you to Kuta beach. You can rent these by the meter or by the hour. Taking your own car is not recommended as parking here is very tight.

To Stay

Kuta is the ultimate beach resort catering to any taste and budget. You may stay at five star hotels, or at clean “losmen” or home stays. In the hotel complex you will have privacy at the hotel’s own beach front or swimming pool, but when you stroll out you will be met with the hustle and bustle of the town centre.

To Eat

There are various foreign and local restaurants that offering international and local foods. These restaurants are available along Kuta.

To Buy

There are many souvenir shops along Kuta that offering you many kind of Balinese souvenir, starting from clothes, paintings, handicrafts, wooden crafts, etc.

Get Around

Moving around Kuta its very fun and simple. You can go around on foot or you can rent a bike or motorcycle.


  • Dont forget to equip yourself with sun protection
  • Bring a bathing suit and extra clothings
  • If you're a backpacker looking for cheap accommodation in Kuta, just go to Poppies Lane Alley, where you can pick your low-budget inns and restaurants
  • Warungs offering cheap food are within a 2 minute walk on Poppies Lane 1, so no need to get sucked into a beachside restaurant and high prices
  • Almost every evening there is a performance of Balinese -dance somewhere in Kuta. To know what is on just ask around.

See Kuta Beach (Pantai Kuta) on the Map.

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