Selasa, 23 November 2010


Wakatobi as one of the world's marine tourism objects and one of the Regencies in Southeast Sulawesi Provience. By operating the New Matahora Airport, launced in December 2008, the island will give you more comfortable trip and spend the holiday at Wakatobi, the only real underwater paradise. Wakatobi is also situated geographically at the world's coral reef triangle center with its 942 fish species and 750 coral reef species from total 850 of world's collection comparing to the two world's famous diving center like Caribbean Sea that owes only 50 species and other 300 coral reef species in the Red Sea, Egypt.

Beside the underwater beauty, Wakatobi has also other beauty and richness such as white sandy beach, clear sea water, sunset in every islands edge, historical ruins like ancient fortresses and cannon that spread out in the four main islands, old village with its pillar house, traditional waving, blacksmiths, Bajo tribe and various particular dances. This nature and culture heritages put Wakatobi as the world's famous marine tourism objects.

Wakatobi consists of multi-ethnic society and Suku Bajo or Bajo Tribe who lives in the seashore, having a particular building architecture connected by the bridge and boats as their main transportation and basic livelihood as the fishermen.
The culinary art of the region serves you a delicious natural tasted food, traditionally made from generation by generation.

Keraton Buton Hill Fort and Keraton Museum, SOUTH EAST SULAWESI

Bau-bau is the principal on Buton Island, the former capital of the Sultan of Wolio, who ruled Buton and the nearby islands of Muna, Kabaena, Wowini and Tukangbesi. The people conducted trade communicated with both China and the Majapahit Kingdom, on the Island of Java. Interestingly enough, the first ruler who governed this region was a queen, and the last was a king. The most fascinating cultural appeal of Buton Island can be enjoyed when local people conduct ceremonies, celebration celebrations and folk events, which welcome honored guests. One is the "Pakandekandea", when food and cakes are offered to visitors and traditional dances are performed. Buton Island is well known for its asphalt, called Buton or Butas Asphalt, and for its teak and ironwood. The Keraton which overlooks the town of Bau-bau is said to be the largest walled fort in the world. It is the site where the old Butonese Monarchy lived and ruled from. You can walk around the great walls which are still standing today and take in the great views out over the coastal town of Bau-Bau. It is possible to visit the Keraton museum within the fort and explore the little pathways which run through the small villages within the fort whilst soaking up the relaxed village culture.


Lake Toba has an area 100 kilometers long and reaches 30 kilometers. Lake Toba is expected of experts from volcanic eruptions. Eruption was called Supervolcano. occurred since 73,000 years ago.

Volcanic eruptions resulted in 60% of human extinction in the earth’s surface. in the middle of Lake Toba Samosir there, formed by the upward pressure of magma.
Communities around has its own myth about the lake Toba. Starting first from the curse of the gods for a Goddess. Goddess is the curse of the fish in the rivers. When he was first touched by any creature it will become the creature. One day he was hooked by a fisherman. When the angler to touch, the fish is transformed into a beautiful woman. Fishermen and ask for her hand with the condition do not tell their origins. after some time they finally had a child together. Strangely the child is always hungry, This caused the father was angry and lost control. The father scolded him in front of his mother. Finally spoken basic words fry. heard the sentence, all of a sudden his wife and son disappeared. where the former stood his wife and son came springs. The water’s eyes grew larger and became Lake Toba.


Located in the district Pacitan, East Java. The beauty of waterfalls in a beautiful beach klayar own. can not express with words. only one sentence really amazing. we may as well enjoy the beautiful beach klayar and waterfalls nearby. can be said the two visits was a trip. Further information come directly to klayar beach. You will not regret a trip to the beach Klayar.

Queen and Princess Cave; nusa kambangan island, cilacap, central java

Goa Goa Queen and Princess are at the chalk hills on the island of reclaiming the middle. The length of cave approximately 4 km and width 20 meters. Goa is a natural for either side is still covered by trees seems to increase the coolness and comfort therein. From the mouth of the cave into a lot of stalactite and stalagmite was decorated by a beautiful and relatively pristine. Goa is also inhabited by animals such as bats and birds swallow. The second cave had an easy passage through up to 140 meters long and 14 to 20 meters wide, about 70 meters there are ruins that show the roof of the cave scene with stalactite and stalagmite background.

Goa is indeed quite attractive queen as natural attractions. But behind the beauty of the cave turned out to save the mystery, there are several stories related to goa queen. Goa queen reputedly an old cave as a palace or kerajan stealth. Th erefore, an invisible kingdom, caves are often used or as a meeting place of kings stealth.

Cangkuang Temple ; GARUT, WEST JAVA

Dating back to Java’s Hindu periode, the Cangkuang Temple is one of West Java’s oldest monuments. Beautifully situated near Leles north of Garut, Cangkuang is a magical visit back to old Sundanese roots.From Bandung and back this outing takes five to six hours.

A bamboo raft glides across a small lake overgrown with water lilies to the temple located on a peninsula. On the other side a flight of stairs leads through a grove of big old trees to the temple located on the hilltop. Cangkuang is the old preserved building in West Java. Estimate of when it was built vary between the seventh and tenth century A.D, during the time of the Sunda kingdom of Galuh, remains of which can bee seen at Karang Kamulyaan. Dutch Archeological Service first reported the collapsed remains of the temple in 1914, but not until the 60’s was the site more closely investigated. The temple door faces the rising sun. Inside is a statue of Siva itting on a cow, leading one to believe that the temple was devoted to Siva during Java’s Hindu era. Prior to reconstruction, the site was a place of worship and pilgrims often came here to lift one of the stones to obtain good luck.