INDONESIAN PHOTOS

    Collection - 07
Sumatran Rip Viper




Sumatran Rip Viper, in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Jambi. The park area includes a large part of ...
Cuttlefish in Banda Sea




Cuttlefish in Banda Sea, Maluku. The Banda Sea lies more or less in the middle of the sprawlin...
Bira Beach




Bira Beach, South Sulawesi. About 190km southeast from Makassar, tiny Bira is an unassuming group of wooden...
Kecak dance




Kecak dance from Bali. Kecak or Ketjak or Ketjack or even Ketiak, a form of Balinese music drama, originat...
Toraja Karst Mountains




Toraja Karst Mountains, South Sulawesi. South Sulawesi is known for the Torajan people that inh...
Sam Poo Kong Temple




Sam Poo Kong Temple, Semarang, Central Java. The uniqueness of the temple is related to its histor...
Some waterfall

     Some waterfall in Ujung Genteng, West Java.
     Ujung Genteng is only one of many hidden
     Gems i...
Ujunggenteng Beach, West Java.
Unusual Beach in Bunaken




Unusual Beach in Bunaken, North Sulawesi. A different perspective of typical beautiful-white-...
Alor Island

    Diving in Alor, Alor Island, East Nusa
    Tenggara. Alor Island, Eastern Indonesia is
    recognized as ...
Bajang Ratu
     Bajang Ratu, East Java. Bajang Ratu
     temple, located in the hamlet of Kraton,
     not far from Tikus...
Sunset in Tobacco Hut




Sunset in Tobacco Hut, Blankejeren, Aceh. Tobacco Hut is a part of Gunung Leuser National Park. ...
Wayag Bay
Anak Krakatau




Anak Krakatau, Lampung. Krakatoa is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes that located in the strait ...
Bantimurung Waterfall, South Sulawesi
batakan beach, south kalimantan
Loksado, south kalimantan
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  1. 1. INDONESIAN PHOTOS Collection - 07
  2. 2. Sumatran Rip Viper Sumatran Rip Viper, in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Jambi. The park area includes a large part of the Barisan mountain range, including the highest peak in Sumatra, Mount Kerinci (3,805 m). The park includes hot springs, rivers with rapids, caves, scenic waterfalls and the highest caldera lake in Southeast Asia - Lake Gunung Tujuh. The park is home to diversity of flora and fauna. Over 4,000 plant species grow in the park area, including the world's largest flower, Rafflesia arnoldi, and the tallest flower, Titan Arum. The fauna include Sumatran Tigers, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Sumatran elephants, Bornean Clouded Leopard, Malayan Tapir, Malay Sun Bear, vipers and 370 bird species.
  3. 3. Cuttlefish in Banda Sea Cuttlefish in Banda Sea, Maluku. The Banda Sea lies more or less in the middle of the sprawling mass of islands that comprise Indonesia, lapping the shores of Sulawesi to the east, Alor to the south and with Irian Jaya to the west. It is little wonder that the Banda region is considered one of the finest dive destinations on the world. It is generally considered by those in the know to be the big fish and fish volume capital of Indonesia. If you join a liveaboard cruise in the area you can expect to see practically anything there.
  4. 4. Bira Beach Bira Beach, South Sulawesi. About 190km southeast from Makassar, tiny Bira is an unassuming group of wooden homes 4km north of BIRA Beach , also known as Paloppalakaya Bay, where the blindingly white sand is fringed by heaps of tourist accommodation. Shallow water off the beach is safe for swimming, ending in a coral wall dropping into the depths about 150m from shore. Snorkellers can see turtles and manta rays here, with exciting diving deeper down featuring strong currents, cold water and big sharks.
  5. 5. Kecak dance Kecak dance from Bali. Kecak or Ketjak or Ketjack or even Ketiak, a form of Balinese music drama, originated in the 1930s and is performed primarily by men. Also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant, the piece, performed by a circle of 100 or more performers wearing checked cloth around their waists, percussively chanting quot;cakquot;, and throwing up their arms, depicts a battle from the Ramayana where monkeys help Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. However, Kecak has roots in sanghyang, a trance-inducing exorcism dance
  6. 6. Toraja Karst Mountains Toraja Karst Mountains, South Sulawesi. South Sulawesi is known for the Torajan people that inhabits Tana Toraja. Tana Toraja is also known not only for unique culture of Torajan people, but also by its beautiful landscape - high lushy mountains yet huge karst hills.
  7. 7. Sam Poo Kong Temple Sam Poo Kong Temple, Semarang, Central Java. The uniqueness of the temple is related to its history which involved the Great Admiral from China, Cheng Ho at the 14th-16th century. Cheng Ho, also called Zheng He, was a Chinese Muslim admiral and explorer whose voyages throughout the world 600 years ago have been discussed in many quarters. Sam Poo Kong is the only Chinese temple in the world that has 3 layered roof. This place is more special because it's not only the place for Buddhists to pray but also for Moslems and Confucian.
  8. 8. Some waterfall Some waterfall in Ujung Genteng, West Java. Ujung Genteng is only one of many hidden Gems in West Java with its own charm and virgin white beaches, amazing landscape, and beautiful sunset and sunrise.
  9. 9. Ujunggenteng Beach, West Java.
  10. 10. Unusual Beach in Bunaken Unusual Beach in Bunaken, North Sulawesi. A different perspective of typical beautiful-white-beaches in Bunaken taken from the island full of mangrove forest. Only 45 minutes from Manado, Sulawesi, Bunaken island is famous as one of the world's most beautiful diving place.
  11. 11. Alor Island Diving in Alor, Alor Island, East Nusa Tenggara. Alor Island, Eastern Indonesia is recognized as one of Asia's top ten dive destinations. Massive schools of reef fish inhabit pristine coral reefs, spectacular walls and vast coral gardens host an abundance of all forms of marine life. Alor is also now renowned as Indonesia's newest premier Muck Diving location.
  12. 12. Bajang Ratu Bajang Ratu, East Java. Bajang Ratu temple, located in the hamlet of Kraton, not far from Tikus temple, is one of Trowulan's principal attractions. The remains consist of an elegant gateway, built from red brick, probably dating from around the mid 14th century.The shape of the building is tall and slender, rising to a height of just over 16 metres.Restoration was completed in 1991. The gateway was originally connected to a brick wall, running off to the left and right, by way of a form resembling wings. This ornamental device, known as paduraksa, can be seen on other ancient Javanese gateways.
  13. 13. Sunset in Tobacco Hut Sunset in Tobacco Hut, Blankejeren, Aceh. Tobacco Hut is a part of Gunung Leuser National Park. Gunung Leuser National Park is a national park covering 7,927 km² in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, straddling the border of North Sumatra and Aceh provinces. The national park, named after 3,381 m height of Mount Leuser, protects a wide range of ecosystems. An orangutan sanctuary of Bukit Lawang is located inside the park. Together with Bukit Barisan Selatan and Kerinci Seblat national parks it forms a World Heritage Site, Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.
  14. 14. Wayag Bay
  15. 15. Anak Krakatau Anak Krakatau, Lampung. Krakatoa is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes that located in the strait between Sumatra and Java. With devastating effects this volcano erupted just over a century ago in 1883, bringing its fine ashes with the wind streams as far away as over New York City, whereas the eruption's tidal waves reached the American West Coast.
  16. 16. Bantimurung Waterfall, South Sulawesi
  17. 17. batakan beach, south kalimantan
  18. 18. Loksado, south kalimantan
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