Beauty of Pailus Beach in Jepara

Pailus Beach in Jepara Regency, Central Java Province Not only does it offer the beauty of Jepara’s typical Troso weaves, the regency which is the entrance to Karimun Jawa also offers a very tempting natural charm. This beach is in the same place as Empu Rancak Beach, namely in Karanggondang Village, Mlonggo Sub-district, belongs to Jepara. After passing the Mlonggo traffic light junction, turn left. Here you will find a signpost leading to Bondo. Near the school you will find a gate that says Pantai Pailus. After that, you will…

Sikidang Crater Gives Different Beauty for The Plateau, Dieng

Sikidang crater is one of interesting tourism objects among several natural tourism objects in Dieng Plateau, Wonosobo Sikidang crater is a volcanic crater with steaming vents and frantically bubbling mud ponds this crater gives another nuances on Dieng’e natural beauty fresh green, cold and so nature this crater is still active until now and quite safe to visit due to low levels of sulfur in many days, the smell of sulfur of the crater is stronger volcanic crater with a lava pit in the plain areas so that the crater…

The Beauty Karang Bolong Beach Kebumen

Besides being famous for its large waves, the south sea coast is also popular with its beautiful coastline. Well, one of them you can prove is Karang Bolong Beach, Kebumen, Central Java. Karang Bolong beach is famous even to foreign countries because of the beauty of coral hills. In addition, visitors can also travel comfortably because there are many coconut trees here which add a fresh impression. Discussing Karang Bolong Beach is certainly not enough if it does not discuss the swallow bird houses found in the cave, namely Gua…

The Paradise of Java: Karimunjawa Islands

Karimunjawa Islands An archipelago tourist attraction that is included in Karimunjawa National Park area, this place is located in Java Sea and included in Jepara Regency, Central Java. This one consists of land and sea with an area of land of about 1,500 hectares and water around 110,000 hectares. The development of Karimunjawa tourism is very rapid, supported by local government to continue to strive to develop potential of tourism sector, now Karimunjawa tourism is much favored by domestic and foreign tourists. Karimunjawa Islands become a paradise of divers. Karimunjawa…

Ratu Boko Temple, Yogyakarta

Ratu Boko Temple Settled on a hillside plateau, overlooking Prambanan temple complex and with a view to Mount Merapi behind Prambanan Temple complex, lie the remains of a once grand palace. The palace (kraton) is named Ratu Boko after a King Boko of local folklore, but the real owner of the palace is more likely to have been a king of a local dynasty. Ratu Boko temple is located on a plateau, about three kilometres south of Lara Jonggrang Prambanan temple complex in Yogyakarta Central Java, Indonesia. Grand stone gates,…

Baturaden Waterfall, Banyumas – Central Java

Baturaden Waterfall This waterfall is located in Ketenger tourism village, 2 km from Baturaden tourism object. Local people recognize this waterfall as Curug Ceheng. Around this waterfall, there is bridge where we can enjoy the scenery over the Baturaden. Batureden waterfall is one of attractions in Baturaden tourism object. Administratively, this waterfall is located in Banyumas, precisely in the south slope of Slamet Mountain. To reach this location, we can go by using private vehicles or public transportation. It takes 20 km from Purwokerto or 15 minutes drive. This waterfall…

Pekalongan – Central Java

Pekalongan Pekalongan regency is one of Central Java regencies with the capital city of Kajen. This regency is bounded with Java Ocean and Pekalongan city in north, Batang regency in east, Banjarnegara in south, and Pemalang regency in west. The history of Pekalongan dated back to the early 12th century. A book written in 1178 by a Song dynasty official already had record of Pekalongan, then known to Chinese merchants as “Pukalong”, it was then a seaport of Java(then known as Dvapa); the king of Java lived at Pukalong, knotted…

Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia’s The Most Feared Prison Island

Nusa Kambangan Island Nusa Kambangan is an island in Central Java and it famous as the safeties penitentiary in Indonesia. This island is administratively located in Cilacap regency and it becomes one of the outermost islands in Indonesia. To reach this island, people have to crossing the island by using ferry from special port that ran by Indonesia Justice Department, which located in Sodong Port, Cilacap for about 5 minutes and it has to wait in Wijayapura ferry port in Cilacap. This special cross will drove directly by the officer…

Karang Gosong Island, The Other Magnificent Island On Karimunjawa

Karang Gosong Island Karang Gosong island is a small island that located in Java Sea waters, administratively located in Lasem sub-district, Rembang regency. This island is only 4 km from Bonang village shoreline. It being called as Karang Gosong or burn coral, because it has different color and texture which indicate a blackish and concave shape in the middle of the island. During the receding, the visitors can landing and taking a rest in the middle of the coral. This island has captivating panoramic view of the sea. There are…

Gede Island

Gede Island Gede island is a small island in Java Sea Waters in the north of Rembang regency. This uninhabited island is located for about 2 miles to the east of Marongan island, and it only 5 km far away from Rembang shoreline. This Gede island is enchanting; there is mangroves and perrenials that grow wildly in the middle of the ocean, very fresh air and non pollutant atmosphere. During the sunny day, we can see Muria mountain at west side and Lasem mountain at east side from this island.…