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Private Tour: Half-Day National Museum and Old Harbour Tour from Jakarta
"After pickup from your hotel in Jakarta make the trip to the the National Museum. It offers historical prehistoric archaeological and ethnographic aspects of Indonesia through its extensive collection of artifacts and relics. It also has one of the most complete collections in the country of bronzes and ceramics dating back lo the Han Tang and Ming Dynasties. The museum's collection of cultural instruments household utensils arts and crafts provide a good introduction to the life of Indonesia's various ethnic groups (National Museum closed on Monday).After your museum visit
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Private Tour: The Old Batavia Trail from Jakarta
"After hotel pickup start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta known as Chicken Market Bridge. After the bridge visit you'll stop at Fatahillah Square. Walk along cobblestone paths through the historical Kali Besar Barat lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit shadow puppet museum. Once you are done checking out the displays in the museum continue to Toko Merah
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Private Tour: The Old Batavia Trail from Jakarta
"After hotel pickup start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta known as Chicken Market Bridge. After the bridge visit you'll stop at Fatahillah Square. Walk along cobblestone paths through the historical Kali Besar Barat lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit shadow puppet museum. Once you are done checking out the displays in the museum continue to Toko Merah
From $74.00

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Malaria and Dengue Risk

Malaria (generally caused by P. falciparum P. vivaxis) is a potential problem in almost all areas in Indonesia, including Bengkulu. The risk of malaria is small in the city of Bengkulu, but the risk...
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Takpala Traditional Village

The traditional village of Desa Lembar Barat in Takpala is located high on a hillside, a steep, windy road is taken from the coast road. When we were climbing the road heading towards the village, we...
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Mount Kaba

Avoid climbing in the rainy season, especially from November, December, January and February due to severe heavy rain. If you are going to spend the night at the summit of Kaba mountain (locally...
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Pickpockets on Pelni Boats

There are very good Pickpckets when you are entering or leaving a Pelni boat, bit its usual safe while on the journey. Wait until the main rush getting on or off the boat is over (if you don`t...
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Walking can be dangerous to your health.

In Indonesia's rush to get roads for cars, trucks and motorbikes convenience and safety for pedestrians seems to have been forgotten. There is a definite lack of sidewalks, lack of crossings, and lack...
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Take a Taxi if alone in Jakarta, but be careful

If alone in Jakarta I recommend to take a taxi! Special in evening time is a taxi better as all sorts of bus. If you longer in the country maybe it will be other, maybe special the Transjakarta busses...
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Changing Winds?

It is with great saddness that I have to suggest that you check with your government before booking a trip to Indonesia. There have been some political problems and since the terrorist attacks in the...
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Caution! DANGEROUS alcohol in indonesia!

Beware of the alcohol in indonesia! It is extremely DANGEROUS! They mix or let the alcohol be diluted with methanol! Several people have died the last years in methanol poisoning! DO NOT buy ANY...
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BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS AND ALL FORMS OF THIEVES

INDONESIA Wherever that you travel in Indonesia beware of pickpockets and thieves in general..Tourists appear to be fair game here and Bali would be top of the list. I was extremely careful while...
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DON'T UNDERESTIMATE THE HEAT OF THE SUN

BALI Bali is certainly a very popular destination for lots of visitors especially Australians on Holidays. They flock to the Island of Bali in Indonesia to enjoy its great markets ,where everyone...
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CARRY A GOOD MOSQUITO & INSECT REPELLANT

When travelling anywhere in South East Asia I always carry a small day b/pack with the following neccessities..include:FOR THE HEAT: I carry a large bottle of water, a hat, a pair of sunglasses.I am...
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Acommon1 SAFE JOURNEY ANYWHERE

Common sense Acommon Travel rules as to where ever you go.#1. Don't go where you shouldn't go.#2. Follow the rule of law in the country that you reside.#3. Adhere to the rule of law from your home...
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You May Need a Visa

Since 2004, the government has changed their entrance requirements. If you hold a western passport-it's likely you will have to pay for a visa. Some nationalities will still have to get a visa through...
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Exchange currency in Bali

I was wondering why I had never heard any bad thing about exchanging money in Bali before I came here.Let's me tell you what happened.We tried 3 times at 3 agents on the long crowded street. How magic...
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Popular Cities in Indonesia

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Jakarta

Special Capital Region of Jakarta
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Pulau Batam

Riau Province
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Bali

Bali
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Pulau Bintan

Riau Province
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Bandung

East Java Province
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Lombok

West Nusa Tenggara Province
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Top Hotels in Indonesia

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Jalan Uluwatu 45, Jimbaran, Bali, 80361, Indonesia
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Jalan MH Thamrin, PO Box 3392, Jakarta, Java, 10310, Indonesia
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Jl Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak, Indonesia
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Jl. Jendral Sudirman No. 9, Yogyakarta, 55233, Indonesia
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Moyo Island, West Nusa Tenggara, 84301, Indonesia
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Jln Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Top Things to Do in Indonesia

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Old Batavia - Kota

Old city ( Kota Tua ) is one of tourist object in Jakarta that have many old building was build in 17 century. There is some museum that you have to visit like Fatahillah Museum, Wayang Museum,...
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Barelang Bridge

This is my first trip to Batam after have so many recommendations from Indonesian colleagues. As I have no experience in travelling to Indonesia, I tried to google and looking for the...
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Beaches

Strolling along the beach lines is an unforgettable experience, Kuta beach is one of Bali tourist spot, in a good weather, the attendants could enjoy sea surfing or just swimming at acertain 'safe'...
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Volcano

Visited Bandung in early March 2008. The weather in this town is cooling which sits about 700m above sea level. Went on a day trip to Gunung Tangkuban Perahu(also known as the Mountain of the...
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Kuta Beach Lombok

Kuta Beach Lombok is an awesome place located at the South of Lombok. The beach itself is less crowded. Only locals often visit this beach. The best time to visit this place is in February when the...
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Chinatown

The Red Bridge, Jembatan Merah, was the site of some of the fiercest fighting in the struggle for independence. When we were there, it was the site of constant toing and froing of becaks (bicycle...
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"Guess, what is the fifth element ?"
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"INDONESIA : EXPERIENCE THE UNTOLD STORIES"
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" The country on the EQUATOR LINES "
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"Backpacking Indonesia: Hard Work But Big Rewards"
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"BALI 2004 - the initial bite from the travel bug!"
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