One of the world's largest countries, this 18,000-island archipelago mixes Muslim & Hindu, & boasts an extraordinary culture & cuisine. Highlights: Java, Bali, Sumatra, Sulawesi. Borobodur is one of the world's most famous ancient temples.

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Bali cited in 'Using Astrology to Plan Travel this Holiday Season'

fshok.com Still vibrant and popular today, the five-thousand-year-old art of astrology can identify, say, business and romantic opportunities or challenges. And those celestial bodies slinking about the stars can also help pinpoint optimal times and places for travel. And since destinations have their own astro-charts -- which interact with yours -- astrology can even serve as a kind of spiritual travel agent. It can tell you, for example, about places likely to be harmonious or challenging…

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6 of Bali's most popular attractions

This singular island in Indonesia is a pocket-full-of-sunshine and a favorite destination for tourists. With more than ten huge cities and nine scenic destinations, Bali has something for everyone, including cultural and spiritual landmarks, the beauty of the beaches, the grandeur of the volcanic mountains, the finger-licking Balinese food and the spectacle of traditional Balinese performers. Bali has endless places to explore and things to do (check out our company's seven-day Bali itinerary,…

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  • I was surprised to learn that a Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) survey ranks Indonesia's national carrier, Garuda, the best carrier in Southeast Asia when it comes to service. Consider: Garuda's competition in this category includes the world-class Singapore Airlines, among others. This surprises me also because Indonesia is a nation that normally finds new and exciting ways to get bad publicity. (Oh, I wish I'd had them as a client!)
    Have you flown Garuda? Are they really that good?
  • Coming to Surabaya, Indonesia for business or just to relax? Why not visit the Hotel Majapahit "Where Impressive History Blends with Romance and Elegance"
    Visit www.hotel-majapahit.com or see guest reviews at www.tripadvisor.com
  • Hi everyone!
    We have just joined tripatini and thought we wanted to share this with you:

    As featured on www.luxist.com
    by Rigel Celeste

    The "Eat Pray Love" frenzy continues and for those who have been inspired to set off on their own soul-searching adventure in Indonesia Kamandalu Resort has come up with their own version of Elizabeth Gilbert's story...(cont.).

    The package is available from September 2010 thru July 2011 and sounds like a nice balance of experiencing the movie's theme while still leaving room for a personalized experience, and if you were really inspired by the movie you can enter their contest and potentially win a trip for free. Otherwise there's a minimum two night stay required with rates ranging from $280 - $440/night, depending on which villa you choose. Let yourself go!

    Detailed package: http://www.kamandaluresort.com/epl-package.html
  • Most people miss out on the rural cultures in the various islands of Indonesia. We have developed two very interesting journeys to cover these areas. For details see Indonesia under: bestway.com
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  • Hi! Glad to find some Indonesia fans on here:-) check out our videos for your Indonesia fix!
  • Great to see everyone who loving Indonesia, that's a paradise islands! I am writing about this island and have more mysteries that we never knew before.
    http://aglolink.org/
  • I was in Indonesia years ago and never got to see one of the famous puppet shows (I got a killer cold and missed half my trip!), but when I go back, I definitely want to see one. It's a pretty unique art form! Here's a neat video I found on YouTube:
  • As an avid snorkeler and once wanna-be marine biologist, I was fascinated by a recent posting on GoNomad.com: Indonesia's Raja Ampat Islands: The Best Snorkeling in the World. Among other things, 75 percent of all coral species are found here, and over 1,000 species of fish. Ah, well, one day...
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