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  • Out to Sea, Out to Tidung Island

    Out to Sea, Out to Tidung Island
    Out to sea, going to an island and looking for fun! Don't we all love that? Luckily for us Indonesian people, we are so lucky to be surrounded by beautiful islands. There's an island that I visited at the end of 2010, which was Tidung Island, small but beautiful.
  • Instax Photos of Your Favorite Locations: Segarra, Jakarta

    Instax Photos of Your Favorite Locations: Segarra, Jakarta
    I went to Segarra with my girlfriend. We felt that we needed to get out from the hectic city life in Jakarta so we took a drive to Ancol. This area is still in Jakarta, but you can find a beach and a nice restaurant. There is a nice restaurant called "Segarra" where you can relax and just let loose. Let's escape from the city for a while!
  • Sweet Escape to Tidung Island

    Sweet Escape to Tidung Island
    Tidung Island is one of the islands in the Thousand Islands. This island consists of two regions, named ‘Tidung Besar’ and ‘Tidung Kecil’, which is connected by a bridge. There is no one living in ‘Tidung Kecil’, so ‘Tidung Kecil’ still looks natural and a favorite tourism spot. There are 4.250 people live in Tidung Island, majority of them are Moslem - copied from Experiencing Tidung (http://experiencingtidung.com/general-information)
  • Kota Tua (Jakarta, Indonesia)

    Kota Tua (Jakarta, Indonesia)
    Kota Tua is an old town although there's much more going on here than just history. Although for first-time visitors, it's still a good place if you want to know more about ancient Jakarta.
  • Semak Daun

    Semak Daun
    One of 105 islands in the Thousand Island regency of Jakarta, Semak Daun is a small island that is perfect for quick escapes whenever you get sick of all the craziness in the city. In spite of its small size, there are actually a lot of things to do, enjoy - and take lovely analogue photographs of.
  • Sunda Kelapa Seaport Jakarta, Indonesia

    Sunda Kelapa Seaport Jakarta, Indonesia
    Ship and Sea, I’ll bet Popeye came here for some spinach [Assets:201480]
  • The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Location Challenge

    The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Location Challenge
    This challenge was done last year, 2008. The goal was to have coffee in all the branches within our reach! I was accompanied by a good friend of mine to go through this challenge. The results, satisfying although not totally accomplished.
  • Kota Batavia (Jakarta)

    Kota Batavia (Jakarta)
    Dubbed "The Jewel of Asia" and "Queen of the East" in the 16th century by European sailors, Old Jakarta or Batavia, as it was named by the Dutch is rich of history.
  • Kota Tua (Old Town), Jakarta

    Kota Tua (Old Town), Jakarta
    Kota Tua or the Old Town of Jakarta is now a place of history and heritage. It was built up by the Dutch during their reign, and then of course the Indonesians finally reclaimed their place. The purpose of the Old Town was for commerce because it was a strategic location, and rich in resources.
  • Sunda Kelapa Harbor

    Sunda Kelapa Harbor
    Sunda Kelapa, better known as Pasar Ikan (meaning fish market) is located at Ciliwung River. This 500-year-old harbor area was an important link to markets of the outside world for the 15th century kingdom of Pajajaran.
  • Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

    Taman Mini Indonesia Indah
    Taman Mini Indonesia Indah is the name of the place. It means Indonesia Beautiful Park.