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Outside Jakarta

  • Tangerang
    Tangerang is a city in Banten, Indonesia. It is located about 20 km west of Jakarta. In recent years the urban expansion of Jakarta has covered Tangerang, and as a result many of its residents commute to Jakarta for work, or vice-versa. Many high-class and middle-class satellite cities have been developed in Tangerang, complete with their own shopping malls, private schools and convenience centers.
  • Bogor
    Bogor bears the nickname "the Rain City" (Kota Hujan), suggesting that it is very wet and nearly always rains even during the dry season. Bogor has a presidential palace, a deer park and a botanical garden in the town centre. It is known as a major center for agricultural and forestry research and also home to two CGIAR (Consultative Groups on International Agricultural Research) research centers, including CIFOR, the Center for International Forestry Research and the World Agroforestry Centre.
  • Bandung
    As one of the most popular cities in Indonesia for shopping and tourism, Bandung is the capital city of West Java province. Bandung is surrounded by mountain ranges, giving the city a cool climate throughout the year. Bandung city itself is very exciting place. If one can brave the seasonal crowds, Bandung has much to offer such as old art deco buildings, beautiful parks, and fine landscapes.
  • Bali
    Known as Island of Gods (Pulau Dewata), Bali is one of the most popular destinations for local and foreign tourists. Bali has its own cultural festivals e.g. Ubud Writers and Readers Festival as well as ATP tennis tournament, not to mention world famous beaches and resorts and hospitality. Bali also has many shopping centers, for instance, the Kuta shopping center and the Galeria Nusa Dua.
  • Jogja
    The city has numerous thousand-year-old temples as inheritances of the great ancient kingdoms, such as World Heritage site, Borobudur and Prambanan. Jogja is also home of Keraton Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta Palace) or Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat.
    Also, Jogja’s longest market of two kilometers, Malioboro Street, sells any kind of beautiful souvenirs like all the traditional Javanese artworks, clothes, accessories, etc.
  • Solo
    Sighted just 65 kilometers (40 miles) northeast of Jogja, and right in the middle of the island of Java, the city of Solo, formally known as Surakarta was a center of power during the great Javanese kingdoms. Solo and Jogja are considered as the two main centers of Javanese culture. Although larger than Yogya, Solo has more of a small town feel and is not as visited as its neighbor. The royal city boasts two palaces, and the surrounding countryside is home to some of Indonesia’s more unusual ancient temples.
  • Semarang
    The city of Semarang, the capital of Central Java province, is located on the north coast, facing the Java Sea. The northern part of the city is mainly low-lying plain coast while the southern part is more elevated. Semarang is a busy administrative and trading city, with its hub on the low-lying northern side of the city. In the hillier parts, one finds residences with the beautiful gardens and views of the town and the sea. There are many monuments of the past in Semarang, including old Dutch colonial buildings, especially in the area called Kota Lama (The Old Town or Oudstadt).