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Location: Merapi Mountain , Yogyakarta .

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Location: Curug Citambur , Ciwedey , Bandung .

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Location: Paralayang , Batu Malang , Jawa Timur .

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allaboutindonesia Kini @allaboutindonesia telah kembali untuk aktif lagi di dunia instagram setelah 2 tahun vacum .

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allaboutindonesia Kini @allaboutindonesia telah kembali untuk aktif lagi di dunia instagram setelah 2 tahun vacum .

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allaboutindonesia Kini @allaboutindonesia telah kembali untuk aktif lagi di dunia instagram setelah 2 tahun vacum .

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allaboutindonesia Mount Bromo, East Java, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #visitindonesia #instanusantara
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allaboutindonesia Sundak Beach, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #visitindonesia #instanusantara
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allaboutindonesia Sembalun Lawang, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA #allaboutindonesia #visitindonesia #instanusantara
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Sunrise Panorama At Kuta Beach, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #instanusantara #visitindonesia
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Ampera Bridge, South Sumatra, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #instanusantara #visitindonesia

Ampera Bridge is a Vertical-lift bridge in the city of Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia, which is the landmark of the city. It connects Seberang Ulu and Seberang Ilir, two regions of Palembang. It can no longer be opened to allow ships to pass.
The bridge was planned during the era of Indonesia's first president, who wanted a bridge that could open and be a match for London's Tower Bridge. The funds for the construction came from Japanese war reparations, with the Fuji Car Manufacturing Co. Ltd being given responsibility for design and construction. However, at the time, Japan had no bridges of this type, and Fuji Car had no bridge-building experience. The official opening was carried out by Minister/Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Ahmad Yani on 30 September 1965, only hours before he was killed by troops belonging to the 30 September Movement. At first, the bridge was known as the Bung Karno Bridge, after the president, but following his fall, it was renamed the Ampera Bridge.
For a few years after it was opened, the center span could be lifted at 10 meters per second to allow ships of up to 44.5m in height to pass underneath. However this only occurred a few times, and after 1970 it could no longer be opened. The official reason for this was that the 30 minutes needed to raise the bridge was causing unacceptable delays, and that in any case silting of the river had made it impassable for large ships. However, according to architect Wiratman, who acted as a consultant before the construction, the design of the bridge was flawed from the outset because of the soft mud on which it was built. He maintains that his concerns were ignored for political reasons, and that as the towers' foundations shifted, the bridge deformed to the extent that it could no longer be opened. The ballast weights needed to balance the wight of the bridge were removed in 1990 to prevent possible accidents were they to fall.
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Trikora Beach, Bintan Island, Riau Islands, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #instanusantara #visitindonesia
Trikora is the collective name of the northeastern beaches on Bintan, Indonesia.
Until around 2000, the only tourist activity along Bintan's east coast was at Trikora Beach, a popular hang-out for local visitors from Tanjung Pinang as well as foreign back-packers. Since then, the back-packer scene has largely given way to larger developments and other tourist destinations that have popped up along the east coast (see below). For local day-trippers, Trikora remains a popular day trip though. Trikora is actually quite a long stretch of separate beaches, with beaches numbered from south to north as one to four (satu, dua, tiga, empat in Indonesian). The best known is Trikora Beach Four (Trikora Empat), which is the northernmost bit, right next to the "border" with Bintan Resorts. The beach is huge and all along the beach are basic shelters which you can rent from the close-by food sellers. If it is windy the waves can be right strong, swimming is prohibited during monsoon.

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Biosphere Reserve, Giam Siak Kecil, Bukit Batu, Riau, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #Instanusantara #visitindonesia

Giam Siak Kecil-Bukit Batu (Indonesian: Cagar Biosfer Giam Siak Kecil Bukit Batu or CB-GSK-BB) is a peatland area in Riau Province of Sumatra, covering 705,271 hectares (2,723.07 sq mi) and large parts of Bengkalis Regency and Siak Regency. It is a declared UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Reserve and supports a sustainable timber industry.[1] It is home to two wildlife reserves, namely Giam Siak Wildlife Reserve and Bukit Batu Wildlife Reserve; flagship species include the Sumatran elephant and Sumatran tiger.

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Sipiso-piso Waterfall, North Sumatra, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #instanusantara #visitindonesia
The Sipisopiso is a plunge waterfall in the Batak highlands of Sumatra. It is formed by a small underground river of the Karo plateau that hurls itself from a cave in the side of the lake Toba caldera some 120 meters (360 feet) down to lake level. This fact earns it the title for the highest waterfall in Indonesia. Sipisopiso is a well-known tourist attraction and a nearby vantage point offers great vistas of the fall and the lake.

Sipisopiso waterfall is located in the Tanah Karo regency, at the northernmost tip of the Lake Toba caldera, near the fishing village of Tongging. The closest municipality, about 25 kilometers away, is the town of Kabanjahe.

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Laut Tawar Lake, Aceh, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #instanusantara #visitindonesia
Laut Tawar Lake is located near Takengon, in the highlands of Cental Aceh, is very scenic. Takengon, the capital of the region, lies on the west side of the lake, 1,120 meters above sea level, with an average temperature of 20 C. It has soaring cliffs around the shore, which are ideal for rock climbing. The scenery is lovely and the area is being developed as a tourist resort with water recreation such as skiing and boating being readily available. The lake is also stocked with trout. There are warm water pools at Simpang Balik. Many caves dot the lake's surroundings, Loyang Koro and Loyang Pukes caves by the side of Laut Tawar Lake are interesting to explore. Motorboats can be hired for fishing and sightseeing. There is excellent hiking in forests filled with exotic orchids, and trekking to the Telong and Tetek volcanoes for the more energetic.

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allaboutindonesia Third Place "Children eyes on earth International Youth Photography 2012"
Congratulations to Michael Theodoric 10-year-old from Indonesia with his photograph Morning At Situ Gunung.
Michael's image was taken at sunrise in West Java, Indonesia. "I wanted to share my photographs and show people the places I've been to, so they can hopefully feel what I feel and see what I think," says Michael.
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allaboutindonesia Biak, Papua, Indonesia. VISIT INDONESIA!! #allaboutindonesia #visitindonesia #instanusantara www.grandhotelfinder.com

Biak is one of the better known areas of West Papua and it formerly served as a major air-stopover on trans-pacific flights from Indonesia. At that time there were clearly plans to develop this pearl of an island for tourism but that never really happened and the stop-over flights ceased. That being said, a visit to Biak, sitting off the north-west coast, is certainly one of the easier options in West Papua. It is a small island only 50 M across and averaging about 18 KM wide. Regular flights from Jayapura serve the island.
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