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THE THREE
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LABUAN
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In this editon we take you
to Kalimantan and visit the
magnifcent Labuan Cermin
Lake. A lake with crystal clear
water, so clear the lake botom is
visible from above. This isolated
lake prove that Indonesia had
plenty more to ofer, not just the
common tourism destnaton
but a hidden beautes can be
found all over the achipleago.
All waitng to be discovered.
Dont miss the stories on Torajan
traditonal funeral. A unique
traditon to take the dead to
the other side. Also get to know
more about the Indonesias
most dramatc landscape, the
majestc Mount Bromo.
And to complete, take a look at
the journeys top 7 Mountains
of Indonesia. Also lots of other
informaton to accompany you
during your trip. Lets get ready
for the Journey.
Fredrick Edward
Editor in chief
ON THE COVER
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Labuan Cermin
Kalimantan
photographer
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Contents
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Index & Editorial
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Top 7 Indonesia
Volcano
Bromo
Travel Gadgets
Tegalalang
Kuta, Seminyak,
Sanur & Ubud Map
Voyage to Puya
Indonesia Map
Labuan Cermin
Lake
Bali & Lombok Map
Terang Bulan
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BROMO
Revealing the Most Dramatical
Landscape in Indonesia
text & photos : Firsta Yunida
Mount
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B
romo has long been a
tourism hotspot. Afer
twice visitng this place
I can understand why;
honestly, I stll cant get enough
of it. Untl now, I stll think that
the area around Bromo has one
of the most amazing landscapes
in the whole of Indonesia. The
volcano is located in Bromo
Tengger Semeru Natonal Park,
East Java. Let me share with you
why I am looking forward to visit
Bromo again in the near future.
Probably, afer Bali, Bromo is
the top touristy place in Indonesia.
Seeing sunrise at Penanjakan is the
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best way to start your journey of Bromo.
Sunrise here is simply breathtaking (unless
you are unlucky and get foggy skies). In
fact, it is so breathtaking that you can
hardly move for the amount of people
packing the viewpoint. Unfortunately, this
is something that I dint really like so much
about Bromo, because some people just
dont understand how to enjoy a sunrise.
My advise is try to go on the weekdays and
avoid the mass crowds.
Afer sunrise, you can contnue to
explore Bromo by going to the crater. Dont
forget to make stop at the Tengger Sand
Sea and the Savanna. You can experience
the contrast between the dry and sandy
area with the green and fresh savanna of
Bromo. It is unbelievably beautful. The
walk to the top of the crater also rewards
you with a fantastc view. It is an easy climb
if you are reasonably ft, or you can go
horse riding instead if you want to.
The people that live around this region
are called Tenggerese (Tengger tribe). The
name comes from the Majapahit Kingdom
(the powerful Hindu kingdom around 13th
century), which was centred on this region,
though you can also fnd Tenggerese in
some areas around East Java.
One of the reasons I really like Bromo
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Check out Firstas website on
www.discoveryourindonesia.com
for more stories on her travel
around Indonesia.
is because it is a
place that uses tourism
to empower the local community.
The locals take good care of Bromo and
understand that this is something that they
really need to preserve, but also want to
share with tourists. Since you can walk to
the volcanoes, or take a jeep or scooter,
there are so many chance to meet up and
have a conversaton with locals. The jeep
drivers, the small stores owners, the ojek
(motorbike taxi drivers), and many more
are mostly locals.
Leaving the jeep at 4 am I was so cold
that I started shivering as soon as I lef the
car. Straight away I remember a middle age
woman coming up to me and trying her
level best to sell something to me. I stll fnd
myself smiling when I remember her. Even
though it was so cold, she was so friendly
and she started a conversaton with me
straight away. She was telling me that the
weather was going to be really cold, which I
already realised. She ofered me a lot of stuf,
startng with warm gloves, diferent hats,
scarfs, etc. She was telling me I should buy
it to keep me warm and then aferwards I
coul d
give it
away to my family and
friends as a souvenir from Bromo.
I found it so funny how she was being so
creatve trying to sell me things, while
also telling me about her life. I didnt buy
anything from her in the end, because I had
everything that she ofered to me, but I am
sure that we were warming up ourselves
with laughter from our conversaton.
Have I given you enough reasons to
visit Bromo in the future? Yes? Last piece
of advice then, dont forget to dress
warmly and put plenty of layers on. You
will need them if you want to enjoy the
most dramatc landscape and culture in
Indonesia, especially for the sunrise!
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B
eautful beach is not the only
thing Bali has, the rice terrace is
also one of the interestng sight
and Ubud had of the best rice
terrace in the island. Ubud is well known
for its laid-back, village lifestyle and luscious
greenery. Its hot and humid climate with
abundant rainfall and fertle soil makes it
suitable for plantng rice - the staple food of
the people of Bali.
Due to its unique landscape of uneven
land and steep ravines, the paddy farmers
of Ubud has strategically utlise the terrain
and plant rice paddies in layers or terraces
(rice terrace). The excessive water in the
rice terraces will then fow naturally from
the hilltop to the lower area. This method
of plantng and irrigaton system is known
as Subak. Due to its eco-friendly system and
sustainability, the Subak is recognized by
UNESCO as a world heritage of mankind.
One of the well-known rice terraces in
Ubud is Tegalalang, located about 5 kilometres
from the city centre. Its well-photographed
picturesque landscape appears in numerous
postcards and travel magazines around the
world year afer year. There are many stalls
selling souvenirs and cofee shops along the
road. You can opt to sip cofee or tea while
savoring some local delicacies while you
enjoy the view.
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Alinda Hartarini ; Young travel
lover. Her passion to explore all
over Indonesia and experience
its beautes.
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Tegallalang
rice terrace
text : Alinda Hartarini
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VOYAGE TO
A TORAJAN
FUNERAL
PUYA
text & photos : Bayu Winata
VOYAGE TO
A TORAJAN
FUNERAL
PUYA
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T
he aroma of the drinks
that served to me by my
local friend Pian, as if an
opening acts in opera to
our conversation. What is in my cup is
known as Toraja Coffee, named after the
place itself. Toraja are an ethnic group
indigenous to a mountainous region of
South Sulawesi, Indonesia and I am here
to attend a funeral ceremony of the
Toraja tribe known as Rambu Solo.
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Rambu Solo is funeral ceremony
for the Toraja Tribe, they believed that
there are lives after death. An eternal
realm where the soul of their ancestor
gathers and rested, A realm known
as Puya. They believed that a perfect
complete ceremony procession will
ensure a place there.
The Torajan people believed if the
Rambu Solo ceremony was not held,
then the remains of the dead is still
in sick condition, therefore they still
treat the dead remains as if they were
still alive. Their clothes will be changed
and even the family is giving drinks
and foods. A family meeting will be
held to discuss the preparations and
expenses for the funeral ceremony.
After the ceremony is held, then the
family relationship with the dead is
considered end.
The main ceremony will be held
in the Tongkonan, a traditional house
of Toraja. A few cows that have been
groomed, are prepared to be part of the
ceremony. The cows will be sacrified;
they believe the cows will serve as
a vessel to send the dead to the
other side. The blood spills mark the
beginning of the funeral procession.
The remains had been laid inside the
red and gold colored decorated coffin
as the color that resembles death
in Toraja culture. While the coffin is
decorated the family member allowed
crying but when the ceremony had
started they no longer allowed.
After the coffin is ready and
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the family members had gathered, then
the ceremony begins. With a preacher
sermon serve as an opening, then
the family called one by one to gather
around the coffin. The coffin then
parade circling the Tongkonan three
times as a sign the dead is ready to leave
the house, after that the coffin will be
placed on a stretcher and leaves to
Lakian the final resting place.
Once arrived in Lakian, 800 meter
long and winding red fabric is already
prepared it will be used to pull the
coffin. There is an interesting act during
the ceremony, the coffin is shacked on
the way up by the people who carrying
it. The meaning of this act is that the
family have to be happy to ensure the
deads journey to Puya is easy.
Check out to Bayus website on
bayuwinata.wordpress.com
for more stories on his travel
around Indonesia.
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text & photos : : Indra Setiawan
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H
ave you ever heard about a
lake that is so beautful with
crystal clear water? If you dont,
then Labuan Cermin Lake is the
answer!
Located in Labuan Kelambu Village in
sub-district Biduk-biduk, East Kalimantan
Regency. It takes about 6 to 7 hours from
Tanjung Redeb, the capital city of Berau
Regency. There are several ways to reach
Berau, usually travelers visit the Derawan
islands before visitng Labuan Cermin.
Afer breakfast, I was greeted by warm
sunrise on my frst morning in Biduk -
Biduk. Then I headed to Labuan Cermin.
By following road signs I fnally made it,
a blurred and torn sign of Labuan Cermin
welcomes me.
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There are only two boats available to
reach the lake, they will take the visitors to
the lake then return to the bridge to pick up
others. They operate in away of a shutle.
Once the boat lef the departng
point, we were faced with strong stream
because it is low tde. When we pass the
iron bridge, we entered a swallow lagoon
with turquoise collored water and within
minutes we had arrived at the beautful
Labuan Cermin Lake.
A raf is placed in the lake for visitor
to change their clothes or just sit around
before dipping into the water. My curiosity
leads me into tastng the water, it turns out
that it is tasteless! A kid told me that the
water below is the salt water.
It is crystal clear, you can even see
through the botom of the lake. As I said
earlier, the lakes actually have two waters,
fresh water on the top and salt water
underneath.
A pack of fsh swims between the
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sunken woods at the botom of lake,
several tmes I try to dive to feel the water
diference. Some kids are diving with botle
and fll it with the salt water below and give
it other visitors who dont dive as proof
that it is salt water.
The sun is high up when we leave this
beautful lake, the captain had to be careful
to look for deeper water to avoid being
stranded.
There more to ofer from Biduk-biduk
regency, along coastal line with beautful
beach, also the Sulaiman Bay with amazing
landscape of green hills and waterfall. Too
bad I dont have tme to explore more. A
farewell message saying dont forget to
come here again as if a sign that one day I
will be here again.
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L
oosely translated to Sweet
Indonesian Thick Pancake (Chocolate
& Cheese). It is also known as Terang
Bulan amongst the locals. Martabak Manis
is a common street food that can be easily
found in the streets of Indonesia.
The sweet flling sandwiched between
this pancake traditonally consists of
condensed milk, chocolate, cheese, fruits
and crushed peanuts. Lately however,
the increase in modern bakeries gave rise
to a variety of fusion favours, including
Blackforest and even Tiramisu Martabaks.
The texture of a good Martabak Manis
has to to be sof and chewy with its distnct
honeycomb texture.
Terang Bulan can be easily found in simple
street stall. Best enjoy while it was hot,
the taste of meltng cheese and chocolate
mix with chewy texture and crunchy outer
layer.
This tasty delicasy is worth of try and to
place on your culinary list to complete your
journey in Indonesia.
MARTABAK
MANIS
I ndonesi an Sweet
Pancake
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Mount Agung
Bali
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Balis most active volcano. Most temples in
Bali has a shrine dedicated to Mount Agung.
There is an annual festival during the 10th
lunar month at the Pura Besakih (mother
temple) on the slopes of Agung.
INDONESIA
top
volcano
Mnt Rante
mario Sulawesi
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Rantemario is a mountain located in the
province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. At
3,478 metres or 11,411 ft, it is the highest
mountain on the island.
Mount Slamet
Java
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An active stratovolcano located in Central
Java, Indonesia. It has a cluster of around
three dozens of cinder. Two overlapping
edifices compose the volcano. Four craters
are found at the summit.
Indonesia has the highest number of volcanoes than any
other country in the world, crossed by the ring of fire
which crosses through Indonesia and on through the
Pacific ocean. Indonesia has over 400 volcanoes, with
over 100 of these active and Here is the Journey top 7
Indonesia volcanoes.
(3,1421m)
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(3,428m)
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(3676m)
(3726m)
Mount Semeru
Java
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Javas highest volcano at Known locally as
Mahameru or great mountain. Hindus consider
Mount Semeru as Indonesias most sacred
mountain, the father of Balis Mount Agung.
It is an active volcano and took 3 days hike to
reach the peak.
Mount Rinjani
Lombok
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One of the most impressive volcanoes in
Indonesia. It is surrounded by a spectacular
cobalt blue lake, the Segara anak lake.
the Sudirman
Range papua
A range of mountains in Papua with several
peak, such as Puncak Trikora (4750M), Puncak
Mandala (4,760 m) and Puncak Jaya as its
highest peak at 4,884 m. Puncak Jaya is the
highest mountain in Indonesia, the highest
on the island of New Guinea, the highest of
Oceania , and the 5th highest mountain in
political Southeast Asia. It is also the highest
point between the Himalayas and the Andes,
and the highest island peaks the world.
Mount Kerinci
Sumatra
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Sumatras highest mountain , located in the
Kerinci Seblat National Park close to Jambi.
Recent years has seen an increase in volcanic
activity preventing trekking to the summit.
There is a 1km exclusion zone around Mount
Kerinci preventing hiking any closer though
many people still climb it regardless of the
warnings, the beauty it just to hard to resist.
(3805m)
(4,884m)
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Travel
Gadgets
Travel
Gadgets
Enjoy your music at its fnest from a handy
gadget thats powerful enough for your
music tripping in the beach. Aside from its
cute shape, heres an added treat: you can
also charge your phone or music player
through it. Looks interestng, right?
source : www.beatsbydre.com
Beats by Dre Pill
It allows you to bring a wearable camera that can take
shots of your acton-packed actvites in high quality
and HD videos and photos. You can atach it either in
your surf board or bicycle, or to any of your adventure
tool, just the way you want it. Hey, its Wi-Fi ready so
you have an easy way to share it on social media sites
right away!
source : store.sony.com
Sony Action Cam
It can conveniently charge two of your tech stuf
with its one compact adapter. This is a must-have for
you, so you wont miss a very important shot of your
happiest moment! This means no more problems of
getng low batery for you.
source : www.iphonemili.com
Mili Dolphin Power Bank
a lightweight, compact and functonal clip-on
products. The Travel Stash is a lightweight alumunium
Mult-tool pocket key chain, it was designed to store
money, emergency medicaton, vitamins and other
small items, keeping them dry and protected from
the elements. It features a carabiner style opening
that also doubles as a botle opener.
source : www.screwpoptool.com
Screwpop Travel Stash
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Mesmerizing Indonesian Archipelago
I
ndonesia is a huge archipelago
consisting of thousands of islands that
stretch from the westernmost point
of Sabang to the easternmost point
of Merauke. From Miangas island the
northmost to Rote island the southmost,
it spread to more than 17.508 islands with
over 1 million km
2
making Indonesia a
massive sand box to explore. This huge
archipelago is endowed with a beauty of
diverse cultures and nature with distinctive
flora and fauna.
There are eight major islands or island
groups in this enormous chain. The largest
landmasses consist of Sumatra, Java,
Kalimantan (Borneo), Sulawesi (Celebes)
and Irian Jaya (the western half of Papua
New Guinea). The smaller islands fall into
two main groups: the Molluccas to the
northeast, and the lesser Sunda chain east
of Bali. Bali is a unique island, which for a
number of reasons can be put into a class
of its own.
The favourable condition have attracted
a great number of visitors to Indonesia.
Visiting Indonesia means seeing and
experienceing the unique diverse cultural
and astonishing natural beauties that this
country has to offer and explore.
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Good Morning selamat pagi
Good day selamat siang
Good afernoon selamat siang
Good evening selamat malam
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Whats your name? siapa nama anda
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