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For centuries, travellers from all over the world have marvelled ad the sights and sounds, as well as the verdant beauty of the islands of the Indonesian archipelago. In Indonesia, islands-hoping becomes an art form, for no place on earth offers such an exquisite diversity of landscape and culture.

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Jakarta - Home to over 10 million people, Jakarta is a city of contrasts; the traditional and the modern, the sacred and the worldly. Its population comprises of all ethnic groups in the Indonesian archipelago, living under the national motto: Bhineka Tunggal Ika, meaning: Unity in Diversity. Spanning an area of 661 square kilometres (255 sq mi) Jakarta is one of the world's largest cities. Capital of the Republic of Indonesia, Jakarta is an autonomous province consisting of five municipalities, namely: Central Jakarta, North, West, East and South Jakarta and the District of Pulau Seribu or the Thousand Islands.

Puncak - Indonesian for "top" or "peak", is a mountain pass in West Java, Indonesia. The pass connects the city of Bogor and Bandung, and is spread within the regencies of Bogor, Cianjur, and Sukabumi. The area is a popular area for tourism. Puncak Pass is located on the ridge to the north of Mt.Gede-Pangrango. The highest point of the pass is about 1500 m altitude.

Bandung - Bandung is the capital of West Java province in Indonesia and the country's third largest city by population with a sprawling urban population of 8.6 million in 2011. Located 768 metres (2,520 ft) above sea level, approximately 140 kilometres (87 miles) south east of Jakarta, Bandung has cooler temperatures year-round than most other Indonesian cities. The city lies on a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains.

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Because of its proximity to world famous Borobudur and Prambanan temples, as well as having a unique Javanese court Kraton culture, Jogjakarta has become the second most important tourist destination in Indonesia after Bali. Most tourists come to Jogjakarta as an accommodation base on visiting Borobudur and Prambanan, along with its strong Javanese culture and tradition. This makes it prominent among other Javanese cities, along with Surakarta or Solo, a city lying about 64 kilometres (40 miles) to the east, Jogjakarta is the centre of Javanese culture.

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Bali gains its reputation as the exotic tropical island paradise, with its majestic volcanoes, spectacular terraced rice fields, golden beaches, and a rich and colourful culture. With over 20,000 temples and every temple holds an odalan (temple festival) once every 210 days, Bali is famous for its ceremonies and can consider the island would everyday hold a festival somewhere. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital of Denpasar is located at the southern part of the island. Since the late 20th century, the province has had a rise in tourism.

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Lombok is an island in West Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia. It forms part of the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with the Lombok Strait separating it from Bali to the west and the Alas Strait between it and Sumbawa to the east. It is roughly circular, with a "tail" (Sekotong Peninsula) to the southwest, about 70 km across and a total area of about 4,514 km2. The provincial capital and largest city on the island is Mataram. It is similar in size and density with neighbouring Bali and shares some cultural heritage, but is administratively part of NTB along with sparsely populated Sumbawa. It is surrounded by a number of smaller islands locally called Gili.

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Komodo Island is one of the 17,508 islands that compose the Republic of Indonesia. The island is particularly notable as the habitat of the Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on Earth, which is named for the island. Komodo Island has a surface area of 390 square kilometres and a human population of over two thousand. The people of the island are descendants of former convicts who were exiled to the island and who have mixed with Bugis from Sulawesi. The people are primarily adherents of Islam but there are also Christian and Hindu congregations. Komodo Island is part of the Lesser Sunda chain of islands and forms part of the Komodo National Park. In addition, the island is a popular destination for diving. Administratively, it is part of the East Nusa Tenggara province.

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Sumatra is an island in western Indonesia and part of the Sunda Islands. It is the largest island that is entirely in Indonesia (two larger islands, Borneo and New Guinea, are shared between Indonesia and other countries) and the sixth largest island in the world at 473,481 km2 (including adjacent islands such as the Riau Islands and Bangga Belitung Islands). The equator crosses the island at its centre on West Sumatra and Riau provinces. The climate of the island is tropical, hot and humid with lush tropical rain forest once dominating the landscape. Sumatra has a wide range of plant and animal species, including many species of animals that are critically endangered, such as the Sumatran Ground-cuckoo, Sumatran tiger, Sumatran elephant, Sumatran rhinoceros, and Sumatran orangutan.

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Sulawesi (formerly known as Celebes) is an island in Indonesia and it is one of the four Greater Sunda Islands, and the world's eleventh-largest island. The island comprises four peninsulas: the northern Minahasa Peninsula, the East Peninsula, the South Peninsula, and the South-east Peninsula. Three gulfs separate these peninsulas: the Gulf of Tomini between northern Minahasa peninsula and East Peninsula, the Tolo Gulf between East and Southeast Peninsula, and the Bone Gulf between the South and Southeast Peninsula. Sulawesi is part of Wallacea, meaning that it has a mix of both Asian and Australasian species. Bunaken National Park, which protects a rich coral ecosystem, is located in Sulawesi and has been proposed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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In English, the term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo. While in Indonesian, the term "Kalimantan" refers to the whole island of Borneo. The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei (400,000) and East Malaysia (5,625,000), the latter comprising the states of Sabah, Sarawak and the federal territory of Labuan. The region within Indonesia is also known as Indonesian Borneo. Kalimantan's total area is 544,150 km2. Kalimantan is a huge, thinly populated territory of swamps, jungle, mountains, and rivers. Various Dayak tribes, which villages are scattered along the riverbanks, fill the island of Kalimantan. Ancient rainforests in the island is rich with flora and fauna. Traditional houses of Dayak tribes emphasised its "wings" in hornbill figures, which they believe to embody the Gods of the upper world.

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Papua (Indonesian: Provinsi Papua) is the largest and easternmost province of Indonesia. It lies in West Papua region, which comprises the Indonesian, western, half of the island of New Guinea and nearby islands. Papua is bordered by the nation of Papua New Guinea to the east, and by West Papua province to the west. Its capital is Jayapura. It was formerly called Irian Jaya (before that West Irian or Irian Barat) and comprised all of Indonesian New Guinea. In 2002 the current name was adopted and in 2003 West Papua province was created within West Papua region from western parts of Papua province. With the talles tropical trees and vast biodiversity, Papua's known for its forest fauna, including marsupials (such as possums, wallabies, tree-kangaroos, cuscuses) and the endangered long-beaked Echidna, as well as numerous bird species and the world's largest butterflies habitat.

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