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RIAU ISLANDS
SEMARANG
SEMERU
SENGGIGI
SERANG
SIBOLGA
SOUTH KALIMANTAN
SOUTH SULAWESI
SUKABUMI
SUMBA
TANGERANG
TANJUNG PINANG
TARAKAN
WEST SUMATRA
WEST TIMOR
WETAR
YAMDENA
ACEH BARAT
ACEH BESAR
ACEH JAYA
ALOR ARCHIPELAGO
ANAMBAS
ARU
BABAR ISLAND
BADUNG STRAIT
BALIKPAPAN
BALURAN
BANDANAIRA
BANDAR LAMPUNG
BANDA ACEH
BANDA SEA
BANDUNG REGENCY
BANGGAI
BANGKA-BELITUNG
BANJARMASIN
BARISAN MOUNTAINS
BATAM
BEKASI
BELITUNG
BENGAWAN SOLO RIVER
BENGKALIS
BENGKAYANG
BENGKULU
BINJAI
BINTAN
BIREUN
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Riau Islands

  1. The Riau Islands is a group of islands which are located near the southern tip of Singapore.
  2. Riau Islands is a province made up of a group of 3214 islands that are scattered across the South China Sea.
  3. The Riau Islands are a major gateway into Indonesia because of good ferry links to nearby Singapore and Malaysia .
  4. The Riau Islands are a province and a group of islands in Indonesia, located south of Singapore, off the eastern coast of Riau province on Sumatra island.
  5. The Riau Islands are one of the oldest business trading routes in the world. (Web site)

Semarang

  1. Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java (island), Indonesia.
  2. Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java , Indonesia .
  3. Semarang is a famous tourist's destination.
  4. Semarang is a port in north Java.
  5. Semarang is a regency ( Indonesian : kabupaten ) in Central Java province in Indonesia .

Semeru

  1. Semeru is a must for all mountaineers, hikers and nature lovers who happen to be in Indonesia.
  2. Semeru is a stratovolcano composed of alternating layers of solidified lava, hardened ash, and volcanic rocks.
  3. Semeru is a stratovolcano in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, in the province of East Java.
  4. Semeru is a stratovolcano which has erupted 55 times since 1818.
  5. Semeru is one of Indonesia 's most active volcanoes.

Senggigi

  1. Senggigi is the main tourist strip of Lombok, stretched out along nearly 10 kilometers of beachfront just to the north of the capital Mataram.
  2. Senggigi is a town in Lombok, Indonesia.
  3. Senggigi - The roads which leaves Ampenan towards the north, passes two small mountains before it reaches a long, bow-shaped beach.
  4. Senggigi is a famous resort town on W coast of Lombok.
  5. Senggigi is a four-kilometer strip of beach front, restaurants, and luxury resorts. (Web site)

Serang

  1. Serang is the Capital city capital of Banten Provinces of Indonesia province , Indonesia . (Web site)
  2. Serang is a regency of Banten province, Indonesia .
  3. A serang is a person of importance, far above a stoker, though the stoker draws better pay. (Web site)
  4. Serang is the capital of Banten Province and the administrative center of Serang Regency in .
  5. Serang is the capital of Banten Province and the administrative center of Serang Regency in Indonesia .

Sibolga

  1. Sibolga is a port on the west coast of the province of North Sumatra , in Indonesia .
  2. Sibolga is a port on the west coast of the province of North Sumatra Sumatera Utara or North Sumatra is one of the provinces of Indonesia.
  3. Sibolga is a small and quiet town.
  4. Sibolga is a step off point for trade and passenger boats to Nias Island.
  5. Sibolga is the port town to catch a local ferry to the island of Nias.

South Kalimantan

  1. SOUTH KALIMANTAN : The town of Banjarmasin, the capital city of South Kalimantan is very charming place.
  2. South Kalimantan is a province of Indonesia.
  3. South Kalimantan is one of the 27 provinces in Indonesia and is one of the 4 provinces in Kalimantan (formerly called Borneo). (Web site)
  4. South Kalimantan is one of the 4 provinces in Kalimantan (formerly called Borneo) with capital city in Banjarmasin.
  5. South Kalimantan is one of the 4 provinces in Kalimantan (formerly called Borneo).

South Sulawesi

  1. South Sulawesi is a province of Indonesia , located on the western southern peninsula of Sulawesi island.
  2. South Sulawesi is a region of dramatic contrasts - of rugged volcanic peaks and glistening white beaches. (Web site)
  3. South Sulawesi is a region of dramatic contrasts - of rugged volcanic peaks and glistering white beaches.
  4. South Sulawesi is a region of dramatic contrasts - of rugged volcanic peaks and glisterning white beaches.
  5. South Sulawesi was long known as the gateway to east Indonesia.

Sukabumi

  1. Sukabumi is a Sanskrit word, dating back to the Hindu Indonesia, predating the Islamic invasion of the country.
  2. Sukabumi is a city and regency in the highlands of West Java , Indonesia , about 80 km (50 miles) south of Jakarta .
  3. Sukabumi is a city and regency in the highlands of West Java , Indonesia , about 80 km (50 miles) south of the national capital, Jakarta .
  4. Sukabumi is a huge place and or so it seemed to me upon arriving by bus. (Web site)
  5. Sukabumi is a town on West Java, south of Jakarta.

Sumba

  1. Sumba is an island in Indonesia, and is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands. (Web site)
  2. Sumba is a dry island south of Komodo, distinguished by spectacular rituals, huge megalithic gravesites, peaked houses and beautiful ikat cloths.
  3. Sumba is a wild and remote island, where wild men still ride horses rather than drive cars. (Web site)
  4. Sumba is an Indonesian island.
  5. Sumba is one of the poorest islands in the Indonesian archipelago.

Tangerang

  1. Tangerang is a city 20 kilometers west of Jakarta , Indonesia .
  2. Tangerang is a city in Banten , Indonesia .
  3. Tangerang is a factory town where women work night shifts.
  4. Tangerang is a industrial and manufacturing hub on Java and is home to over 1,000 factories.
  5. Tangerang is a satellite city of Jakarta in Banten , Indonesia .

Tanjung Pinang

  1. Tanjung Pinang is a capital of the Indonesian of Riau Islands and located in Bintan Bintan Island accommodation at discounted rates.
  2. Tanjung Pinang is a buzz of activity. (Web site)
  3. Tanjung Pinang is a city in Bintan Island situated in the province of Riau.
  4. Tanjung Pinang is a good point of departure to other islands in the area.
  5. Tanjung Pinang is a large town on the Indonesian island of Bintan, near Singapore.

Tarakan

  1. Tarakan is a beautiful island.
  2. Tarakan is a boring town so we weren't so happy about staying there.
  3. Tarakan is a mission field. (Web site)
  4. Tarakan is a small city but quite busy.
  5. Tarakan is a small island off the north- eastern coast of Borneo.

West Sumatra

  1. West Sumatra is a mountainous place, with peaks that reach 2,900m into the sky.
  2. West Sumatra is a great place for a lovely food, its cuisine is one of Indonesia's best.
  3. West Sumatra is a great place for a lovely food.
  4. West Sumatra is a province where poverty does not seem obvious. (Web site)
  5. West Sumatra is an enormous and magnificent nature park.

West Timor

  1. West Timor is a Southern Province of Indonesia and has the least favourable social and economic statistics of the 26 provinces.
  2. West Timor is a part of Indonesia.
  3. West Timor is the Indonesian portion of the island of Timor and forms part of the province of Nusa Tenggara Timur, (NTT or East Nusa Tenggara).
  4. West Timor is the Indonesian portion of the island. (Web site)
  5. West Timor is the principal island in terms of population where the capital of the province, Kupang, is located.

Wetar

  1. Wetar is the largest island in the group, which also includes Romang and Damar islands.
  2. Wetar is a sparsely inhabited island, close to the northeastern coast of East Timor, with little facilities and infrastructure. (Web site)
  3. Wetar is a gold-silver rich massive barite deposit that was operated by Billiton in the early 1990's.
  4. Wetar is a resource of 9.8 million tonnes with a grade of 0.25% copper on the Indonesian island of that name in the Mollucas province of Indonesia.
  5. Wetar: The small Island of Reong off the coast of Wetar is alive with Sharks ,Barracuda & Schools of large pelagics, very few ever visit this area. (Web site)

Yamdena

  1. Yamdena is a language spoken in Maluku, Indonesia.
  2. Yamdena is a small but ecologically valuable island of 535,000 hectares, situated in eastern Indonesia 's Tanimbar Islands.
  3. Yamdena is a small but ecologically valuable island of 535000 hectares, situated in eastern Indonesia 's Tanimbar Islands.
  4. Yamdena is the largest of the Tanimbar Islands in Indonesia. (Web site)

Aceh Barat

  1. Complete list of google satellite map locations in Aceh Barat, Indonesia.
  2. Aceh Barat, in the Indonesian province of Aceh, was among the hardest hit by the December 2004 Asian tsunami.
  3. With 1500 complete houses in Aceh Barat and Nagan Raya District, by June 2007 Habitat had delivered 100 percent of the commitment to every beneficiary.

Aceh Besar

  1. Aceh Besar is a district of the special territory of Aceh on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.
  2. Aceh Besar is a regency (kabupaten) of Aceh, Indonesia.
  3. Aceh Besar is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.

Aceh Jaya

  1. Aceh Jaya is a regency ( kabupaten) of Aceh, Indonesia.
  2. Aceh Jaya is a district of the special territory of Aceh on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.
  3. Aceh Jaya was among the hardest-hit areas.

Alor Archipelago

  1. Flores is located east of Sumbawa and Komodo and west of Lembata and the Alor Archipelago.
  2. To the west lies Pantar and the other islands of the Alor archipelago, and further yet the rest of the Sunda Islands.
  3. Eco dive resort in alor archipelago, indonesia. (Web site)

Anambas

  1. Anambas is a group of islands midway between Singapore and Natuna Besar.
  2. Anambas is a small group of islands located in the South China Sea.

Aru

  1. ARU is a company many would find difficult to grasp.
  2. Aru is the easternmost group of islands in Maluku, they consists of about 85 islands totaling an area of 8.563 sq.
  3. North Aru Islands, all around the coast of Kola Island and adjacent islands, south Maluku. (Web site)

Babar Island

  1. Geography The Aru Islands and Kai Islands lie to the northeast, and Babar Island and Timor lie to the west.
  2. The village of Kroing on the Eastern side of Babar island also has a GBI. All the other towns have only one GPM church.
  3. The Babar island chain is part of the larger Spice Islands chain which is now known as the Maluku .

Badung Strait

  1. Badung Strait is a strait between the Indonesian islands of Bali and Nusa Penida. (Web site)
  2. February 19 Battle of Badung Strait (naval battle between Bali and Lombok): small Japanese force drives back Dutch and Australians. (Web site)
  3. To get there board the 23 m catamaran, Wakalouka in Benoa and the charming Balinese crew will sail you across the Badung Strait to Nusa Lembongan.

Balikpapan

  1. Balikpapan is a city (population 309,234 1990) on the island of Borneo, in Indonesia.
  2. Balikpapan is a city (population 309,234 as of 1990 ) on the island of Borneo , in Indonesia .
  3. Balikpapan is a city in East Kalimantan .
  4. Balikpapan is a large city with nice hotels.
  5. Balikpapan is a spectacular sea port city positioned in the eastern coast of the Borneo Islands in the land of Indonesia.

Baluran

  1. Baluran is a stratovolcano located on the island of Java.
  2. The Baluran National Park is a natural preservation, located on the Eastern tip of Java. (Web site)
  3. Baluran National Park is one of area in Java which has natural savannah, it is about 10.000 hectare or 40 % from the total area. (Web site)

Bandanaira

  1. Bandanaira is the only settlement of significant size on any of the Banda Islands, located in the Maluku province of Indonesia. (Web site)

Bandar Lampung

  1. Bandar Lampung is a the capital city of Lampung province.
  2. Bandar Lampung is the capital city of Lampung Province, located right next to the beautiful landscape of Lampung Bay. (Web site)
  3. Bandar Lampung is the capital province of Lampung, Indonesia.

Banda Aceh

  1. Banda Aceh is the capital of Aceh and also the main gateway to the province. (Web site)
  2. Banda Aceh is a Muslim city, and these six survivors credit their endurance to the supreme will of Allah. (Web site)
  3. Banda Aceh is a city which was established on April 22, 1205 by Sultan Alaidin Johansyah, is one of the oldest Islamic city in the South-East of Asia.

Banda Sea

  1. The Banda Sea is one of Indonesia's deepest oceans, at the most more than 6.500 m deep.

Bandung Regency

  1. Most of the cases took place in Bandung regency, as well as Bekasi, Bogor, Garut, Purwakarta and Subang. (Web site)
  2. Cibiru is one of the 26 subdistricts of Bandung Regency in West Java, and the location of an Islamic school IAIN Sunan Gunung Djati. (Web site)
  3. Fatwa listed 26 private homes which had been turned into churches by Christian communities in Bandung regency.

Banggai

  1. Peleng is an island off the East coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia and is the largest island of the Kepulauan Banggai group of islands. (Web site)
  2. In the northern part of the Luwuk Banggai regency is the Bay of Tomini.
  3. The Banggai's are just a little east of Luwuk and are home to mostly Bajo people or Sea Gypsies.

Bangka-Belitung

  1. Bangka-Belitung is a province in Indonesia consisting of the islands of Bangka and Belitung ( Billiton), just off the south-eastern coast of Sumatra. (Web site)
  2. Bangka-Belitung is a province in Indonesia, just off the south-eastern coast of Sumatra.
  3. Bangka-Belitung is a province of Indonesia.
  4. Bangka-Belitung is one of Indonesia provinces. (Web site)
  5. Bangka-Belitung is one of the provinces of Indonesia. (Web site)

Banjarmasin

  1. Banjarmasin is the capital of South Kalimantan province.
  2. Banjarmasin is the head of oceangoing navigation.
  3. Banjarmasin was founded on September 24, 1526, one year before Jakarta.
  4. Banjarmasin was part of the Hindu kingdom of Madjapahit, but it passed to Muslim rulers in the late 15th cent.
  5. Banjarmasin: A state probably founded at the end of the 14th century by Empu Djamatka, from Hindustan.

Barisan Mountains

  1. Barisan Mountains is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. The Barisan Mountains are a mountain range on the western side of Sumatra, Indonesia, covering nearly 1,700 km (1,050 mi) of the island.
  3. The interior of the island is dominated by two geographical regions: the Barisan Mountains in the west and swampy plains in the east.

Batam

  1. Batam is a bit of a mystery to me.
  2. Batam is a safe place for foreign visitors; approximately 1.2 million foreign visitors come each year. (Web site)
  3. Batam is a small island city in the Riau Archipelago.
  4. Batam is a small, export-oriented Indonesian island strategically located 12 miles from Singapore on the Indian and Pacific oceans.
  5. Batam is a small, export-oriented island strategically located 12 miles from Singapore on the Indian and Pacific oceans. (Web site)

Bekasi

  1. Bekasi is a city in West Java , Indonesia , not far from the capital, Jakarta .
  2. Bekasi is a city just to the east of Jakarta.
  3. Bekasi is a city to the east of Jakarta , Indonesia in the Jabotabek region.
  4. Bekasi is a growing city in Indonesia , located in the east of Jakarta in the Jabotabek region.
  5. Bekasi is a gworing city in Isnodenia, located in the east of Jarakta in the Jabotabek region.

Belitung

  1. Belitung is a famous place for photographers, either professional, semi professional or even amateur.
  2. Belitung is a producer of tin, clay and silica sands. (Web site)
  3. Belitung is an Island in South East Asia a part of Nusantara archipelago. (Web site)
  4. Belitung is an emerging tourist destination as alternative of Bali, Lombok, Yogyakarta, Menado or other tourist destination in Indonesia.
  5. Belitung is separated from Bangka Island to the east by the Gaspar Strait.

Bengawan Solo River

  1. Bengawan Solo River is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. One of the fishermen told that the estuary of the Ancient Bengawan Solo River was on the east beach, the area that currently is part of the fish harbor.
  3. Showing 1 to 0 of 0 Articles matching ' Bengawan Solo River ' in related articles. (Web site)

Bengkalis

  1. Bengkalis is a region with the biggest Regional Budget in Riau province, and is now the second richest region in Indonesia after Kutai region, East Borneo.
  2. Bengkalis is a small town located on Bengkalis Island off the Straits of Melaka.
  3. Bengkalis is an Indonesian island in the Strait of Malacca in the Riau province.
  4. Bengkalis is one of the regions that has introduced several breakthrough programs as a result of a bigger income share from oil exploration.

Bengkayang

  1. Bengkayang is a new county (" kabupaten ") in West Kalimantan province, Indonesia (on the island of Borneo).
  2. Bengkayang is a regency (" kabupaten ") in West Kalimantan province, Indonesia (on the island of Borneo). (Web site)
  3. Bengkayang is a small but strategically located town in the Bengkayang district, Sambas regency, about 20 kilometers northeast of Pontianak. (Web site)

Bengkulu

  1. Bengkulu is a city on the west coast of Sumatra island.
  2. Bengkulu is a province of Indonesia .
  3. Bengkulu is one of the provinces of Indonesia.
  4. Bengkulu is the smallest and lowest populated province of Sumatra. (Web site)
  5. Bengkulu was also heavily damaged by an earthquake several years ago.

Binjai

  1. Binjai is a bustling city of 220,000 just west of Medan, the largest city on the island of Sumatra.
  2. Binjai is a capital city of Binjai City .
  3. Binjai is a capital city of Binjai District in province of North Sumatra, Indonesia, located about 24 km from Medan, capital of the province.
  4. Binjai is a city about in the North Sumatra province of Indonesia.
  5. Binjai is a multi-ethnic city, with Javanese, Sumatran Christian, Chinese, Indian and Malay citizens.

Bintan

  1. BINTAN is a small, lesser-known Indonesian island straddling the Malacca Strait and the South China Sea. (Web site)
  2. Bintan is a good of departure to other islands in the area.
  3. Bintan is a good point of departure to other islands in the area and only a two-hour boat ride away from Singapore. (Web site)
  4. Bintan is a good point of departure to other islands in the area. (Web site)
  5. Bintan is a great place if you want a quiet getaway from Singapore(takes 45 mins by ferry)-but not worth it -if you have to fly hours to get here.

Bireun

  1. Bireuen or Bireun is a city, the seat of the Bireuen Regency government in the Aceh province of Indonesia. (Web site)
  2. Collection and delivery of rice, fresh vegetables, sarongs and blankets for people in Banda Aceh and Bireun where immediate relief needs are the greatest.
  3. Bireun lies 170 km (105 miles) east of Banda Aceh.

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