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cruising the seas between the islands of Flores, Komodo and Raja Ampat

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Bali is easily Indonesia's most famous island and it’s most popular travel destination.

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Alor is a place of numerous world class dive sites with its astonishing seascape, colors and marine life

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Komodo Island is particularly notable as the habitat of the Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on Earth

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Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It has become Indonesia’s ‘Next big Thing’

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03. January 2021

Wakatobi Islands: Underwater nirvana like no other

Wakatobi is an abbreviation of the collective names for a string of islands that lie southeast of Sulawesi, which are Wangi Wangi Island, Kaledupa Island, Tomia Island and Binongko Island. It is also referred to as the Tukang Besi Islands. Sulawesi itself forms part of the archipelago of Indonesia. It lies toward its eastern fringes and is said to be shaped like an orchid. Wakatobi is a marine national park. It forms a barrier reef second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The clear and clean seawater that surrounds the islands hold the highest number of reef and fish species in the world. The islands are also home to diverse habitat of wetlands, mangroves and forests.

04. January 2021

Air Asia 3 X Weekly Bali – Labuan Bajo

AirAsia Indonesia will resume its Bali – Labuan Bajo and Jakarta – Semarang flights in January 2021. These routes have been in suspension during the downturn in passenger demand occasioned by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Bali – Labuan Bajo service connects travelers to the Komodo National Park gateway in East Nusa Tenggara. Passengers flying these routes will enjoy a free baggage allowance of 15 kilograms. Forming a part of its service to the public, AirAsia Indonesia offers Rapid Test or Swab Antigen Tests to detect the COVID-19 virus priced at Rp. 95,000 and PCR Swab Tests for Rp. 700,000 to passengers using their flights.

Golf in Lombok Grip it and rip it

A couple of excellent golf courses ensure that Lombok has a growing reputation as a perfect destination

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Rinjani Trekking A challenge to the Summit

Mount Rinjani in Lombok is one of the most popular and challenging trekking destination in Indonesia


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02. January 2021

The unforgettable Rote Island

Rote Island in East Nusa Tenggara offers outstanding beaches with perfect waves, making it well known among surfers across the globe. But this is not its only charm. The island also boasts many incredible panoramas, traditional crafts and food. Surrounded by the Timor Sea and the Indian Ocean, Rote’s tropical climate makes staying there feel exotic. The island is accessible from the East Nusa Tenggara capital, Kupang, via sea or air transportation.

12. January 2021

Foreigners Banned in Bali until 28 Jan 2021

Detik.com reports Airlangga Hartarto, chairman of the Committee on COVID-19 and Restoration of the National Economy, confirmed that the Indonesian Government extended the 14-day prohibition for foreigners entering Indonesia for an additional 14-days. Initially, foreign nationals were forbidden to enter Indonesia from 01 until 14 January 2021 to prevent new variants of the virus from entering the country. Indonesia granted exemptions to this ban to high-ranking foreign officials.

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