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East Java, Ijen, Jampit Guest House

East Java, Ijen, Jampit Guest House

Written by on August 10, 2012 in Java Tours Resorts with 0 Comments

East Java, Ijen, Jampit Guest House http://www.ijenplateau.com/accommodation/jampit-guest-house Jampit Guest House Jampit Guest House was built in 1927 and inhabited by the Dutch administrator who managed the coffee plantation Blawan during the colonial era. The guesthouse is situated at the south of the coffee plantation, in a remote area. From Sempol it is a 19 km […]

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East Java, Ijen, Arabica homestay

East Java, Ijen, Arabica homestay

Written by on August 10, 2012 in Java Tours Resorts with 0 Comments

East Java, Ijen, Arabica homestay http://www.ijenplateau.com/accommodation/arabica-homestay Arabica Homestay At Sempol 13 km before Pos Paltuding on the Bondowoso side, you find the Homestay Arabica a kilometer from the main road. The magnificent view is the main attraction. This guest house is of good value if you want to explore the coffee plantation or even parcticpate […]

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East Java, Ijen, Ijen Resto & Guest House

East Java, Ijen, Ijen Resto & Guest House

Written by on August 10, 2012 in Java Tours Resorts with 0 Comments

East Java, Ijen, Ijen Resto & Guest House http://www.ijenplateau.com/accommodation/ijen-resto-a-guest-house Ijen Resort and Villas Ijen Resort and Villas is a luxurious hotel at the foot of Ijen. The rooms overlook terraced rice fields and a row of volcanoes. Ijen Resort and Villas is located at 643 meters above sea level, in the remote village of Randu […]

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Bromo Maps

Bromo Maps

Written by on August 9, 2012 in Java Bromo Nature Reserve with 0 Comments

East Java, Bromo Maps How to reach the Park: Pasuruan-Warung Dowo-Tosari-Wonokitri-Mt. Bromo by car (71 km), or Malang-Tumpang-Gubuk Klakah-Jemplang-Mt. Bromo by car (53 km), and Jemplang-Ranu Pani-Ranu Kumbolo, or Malang-Purwodadi-Nongkojajar-Tosari-Wonokitri-Penanjakan by car (83 km). From Malang to Ranu Pani by car for about 70 minutes and proceed on foot to Puncak Semeru (the peak of […]

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East Java, Probolingo wedding

East Java, Probolingo wedding

Written by on August 7, 2012 in Java Festivals with 0 Comments

East Java, Probolingo wedding Probolinggo is a city on the north coast of East Java, Indonesia in Probolinggo Regency. Like most of northern East Java, the city has a large Madurese population in addition to many ethnically Javanese people. It is located on one of the major highways across Java, and has a harbor that […]

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East Java, Madura, Fishing Village

East Java, Madura, Fishing Village

Written by on August 3, 2012 in Java Traditional Village with 0 Comments

East Java, Madura, Fishing Village Madura (Jawi:مدورا) is an Indonesian island off the northeastern coast of Java. The island comprises an area of approximately 4,250 km². Madura is administered as part of the East Java province. It is separated from Java by the narrow Strait of Madura.

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East Java, Madura, Sumenep, Asta Tinggi

East Java, Madura, Sumenep, Asta Tinggi

Written by on August 3, 2012 in Java Historical Building with 0 Comments

East Java, Madura, Sumenep, Asta Tinggi Madura, an island off the northeastern coast of Java, is famous for its karapan sapi (bull race) and carok (duel with scythes), two local traditions steeped in strong passion. But the Madurese also have Asta Tinggi, a cemetery for their kings and nobility with an artistic blend of Islamic, […]

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East Java, Surabaya, Kalimas Harbour

East Java, Surabaya, Kalimas Harbour

Written by on August 2, 2012 in Java Traditional Village with 0 Comments

East Java, Surabaya, Kalimas Harbour Surabaya is East Java’s largest and Indonesia’s second largest city with a population somewhere between 3 and 4 million. Traditionally the city is one of the most important commercial port and trading center in South East Asia, it’s harbor is Indonesia’s second largest after Tanjung Priok in Jakarta, protected by […]

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