Tangkuban Perahu

Tangkuban Perahu, Interesting Place in Bandung

Tangkuban Perahu means literally upturning of (a) boat or upturned boat in Sundanese (west java ethnic), referring to the local legend Sangkuriang and Dayang Sumbi. It’s said that the mountain is the cast away boat which kicked by Sangkuriang. It is located around 30 km northern Bandung city between Sagalaherang village, Sagalaherang district, Subang regency[…]

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Kawah Ratu, Tangkuban Perahu

Tangkuban Perahu : Bandung Volcano Tour

Tangkuban Perahu is a tourist object in Bandung, West Java province. The tourist object is located 30 kilometers from Bandung city. The route you can take to get there is Bandung – Ledeng – Lembang – Tangkuban Perahu. If you go from Bandung to Tangkuban Perahu by motorcycle, you go from Dago to Pagerwangi to[…]

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Tangkuban Perahu, Bandung in West Java

Marvel At Tangkuban Perahu’s Volcanic Crater

Tangkuban perahu is an active volcano, situated 30 km north of the city of Bandung in the direction of Lembang. It is the only crater in Indonesia that you can drive up to its very rim. Mount Tangkuban Perahu has a distinctive shape, and looks like an “overturned boat”. The huge crater is an astonishing view and[…]

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Malin Kundang legend tells of a child who is disobedient to his mother and is therefore doomed to stone.

Indonesia : Myths And Legends

Tales, folklores, myths and legends – the rich fables that layer the foundation of the mystical aura that is Indonesia makes the archipelagic nation even more unique. Indonesia is a land of mystic legends and harrowingmyths with stories gathered from all corners of the majestic land, carried through generations after generations, untouched by time. Behind every intricately woven tale lies[…]

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The Strange Funeral Rites Of The Tana Toraja

Places To Visit in Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest archipelago country in the world, more than 17,508 islands. The five main islands are Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Papua and the group of thirty small islands. Indonesia is a multi-ethnic country. There are over 300 ethnic groups including Malays and Polynesians. Culture of various ethnic groups has produced a sumptuous and[…]

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