Malang the cultur city

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Malang is the second largest city in East Java with a rapidly growing population of about 1.2 million. This is a city of great historical significance. The oldest existing record of Malang as a regency is from the 8th century when it was the seat of government of the ancient Kanjuruhan and Singhasari kingdoms. The city officially became part of the all encompassing Javanese Mataram kingdom in the 17th century which by that time was controlled by the Dutch colonialists. Unsurprisingly given that history, there are several interesting Hindu relics in this area. The city quickly became very popular with the Dutch due to its cool climate, very attractive rural surrounds and easy reach from the main trading port city of Surabaya.

Teluk Hijau ( Green Bay ) Banyuwangi

Green Bay is a coastal tourism in an area Betiri Meru National Park , Sarongan , Pesanggaran , Banyuwangi . The location is about 90 kilometers from the city of Banyuwangi . So named because of the seawater which tend to be colored green . From Banyuwangi town towards south through Kabat , Rogojampi , Srono , Cluring , until arriving at the intersection of four Jajag village , then turn left . Then the riders arrive at an intersection of four . The rider can take a left oblique direction through the village of Desa Seneporejo Sambirejo and then break Kesilir Market . Or take a straight direction ( through the village of Gambiran , Gambiran - Bangorejo Bridge , then turn left towards Pedotan pass Tugu Tani monument Gunungsari and P. Kusno , then arrived at the intersection of four and turn right to arrive at the intersection Pedotan .

NGADA VILLAGES OF FLORES

The Ngada villages of Desa Guru Sina, Desa Langa, Desa Bela, and Desa Lina Tiwa are nestled between two volcanos, Gunung Inerie and Gunung Deru, in the remote inlands of the island of Flores. These communities are characterized by a distinctive form of vernacular architecture that has survived despite the globalizing forces of the twenty-first century. The number of houses (sa’o) and shrines for male and female ancestors (ngadhu and bhaga) in a given village is determined by the number of clans or families (suku) in the village, and must remain constant over time. The village of Guru Sina, for example, has 27 sa’o. The architecture reflects traditional beliefs, with elements, decorations, and carvings of buffalo, chickens, horses, humans, weaponry, and other forms, each with a specific purpose to protect the inhabitants and ensure a sustainable harmony with the environment, ancestral spirits, and natural forces.

The World's Finest Example of a Karst Collapse

Mount Mulu (Malay: Gunung Mulu) is a sandstone and shale mountain. At 2376 m, it is the second highest mountain in the state of Sarawak, after Mount Murud. It is located within the boundaries of Gunung Mulu National Park, which is named after it.

The Mulu Park provides for guided hikes up the mountain. The usual schedule is a 4D/3N hike. There are forest huts along the route at Camp 1, Camp 3 and Camp 4 (there is no Camp 2). These forest huts provide shelter, cooking facilities (stove, cooking utensils, cutlery), toilets, and water (collected rainwater).

Kuta is a Surfers Destination

Kuta is a coastal town in the south of the island of Lombok in Indonesia.

The scenery is spectacular, with cliffs and mountains reaching the coast to create jagged and awe- inspiring landscapes and views. The beaches are some of the best in Indonesia, with pristine white sand, and transparent blue-greens in the water. Kuta has some of the best surfing in the world, so naturally many visitors are surfers.