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Bali

Bali

Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, or commune with the tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges or the colourful wreck of a WWII warship. Onshore, the lush jungle shelters stone temples and mischievous monkeys. The “artistic capital” of Ubud is the perfect place to see a cultural dance performance, take a batik or silver-smithing workshop, or invigorate your mind and body in a yoga class.

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Inaya Putri Bali

Inaya Putri Bali

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Grand Inna Bali Beach

Grand Inna Bali Beach

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Grand Inna Kuta

Grand Inna Kuta

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Inna Bali Heritage Hotel

Inna Bali Heritage Hotel

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Inna Bali Beach Garden

Inna Bali Beach Garden

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Inna Sindhu Beach Hotel & Resort

Inna Sindhu Beach Hotel & Resort

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Inna Bali Beach Resort

Inna Bali Beach Resort

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North Sumatra

North Sumatra

The province of North Sumatra stretches across the island of Sumatra between the Indian Ocean and the Strait Malacca. It borders Aceh province on the northwest and Riau and West Sumatra a province the southeast. It has an area of 72,981  km². The province contains a broad, low plain along the Strait of Malacca on which the provincial capital, Medan, is located. In the south and west, the land rises to the mountain range that runs the length of Sumatra; the mountains here are dominated by Lake Toba.

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Grand Inna Medan

Grand Inna Medan

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Inna Parapat Hotel & Resorts

Inna Parapat Hotel & Resorts

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Central Java

Central Java

Central Java is also a cultural concept that includes the Special Region and city of Yogyakarta as well as the Province of Central Java. However, administratively the city and its surrounding regencies have formed a separate special region(equivalent to a province) since Indonesian Independence, administrated separately. Central Java is known as the "heart" of Javanese culture. Even so, in this province, there are also other ethnic groups that have different cultures from the Javanese, such as the Sundanese in the border area with West Java. Besides, there are also Chinese-Indonesians, Arab-Indonesians and Indian-Indonesians scattered throughout the province.

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Grand Inna Malioboro

Grand Inna Malioboro

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East Java

East Java

East Java, the rugged Indonesian province, includes the eastern part of Java plus Madura and some smaller islands. It’s known for its volcanoes, including active Mt. Bromo, part of the vast Tengger Massif that falls within Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Rising from the vast Sea of Sand plain, Bromo affords dramatic crater views and stellar viewpoints over the surrounding countryside.

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Inna Tretes Hotel

Inna Tretes Hotel

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Grand Inna Tunjungan

Grand Inna Tunjungan

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West Java

West Java

Archaeological findings at Anyer show the existence of bronze and iron metal culture before the first millennium. The prehistoric earthenware clay pottery (Bekasi kuna) can be found stretching from Anyer to Cirebon.
The majority of the population of West Java is Sundanese, who speak Sundanese. In Cirebon Regency and Cirebon City the Cirebon language is similar to the Banyumasan Brebes dialect. In Indramayu Regency the Cirebon language is the Indramayu dialect or known as dermayon and several sub-districts located on the northern coast of Subang and Karawang Regencies such as Cilamaya Wetan, Cilamaya Kulon and Pedes (Cemara) use Cirebon language which is almost similar to the Cirebon dialect dermayon. In the border areas with DKI Jakarta such as parts of Bekasi City, Tarumajaya and Babelan Districts (Bekasi Regency) and northern Depok City, the Betawi dialect is spoken in Malay.

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Grand Inna Samudra Beach

Grand Inna Samudra Beach

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West Sumatra

West Sumatra

West Sumatra is a province in Indonesia located on the island of Sumatra with Padang as its capital. West Sumatra Province is located along the western coast of central Sumatra, the Bukit Barisan plateau in the east, and some islands off its coast such as the Mentawai Islands.

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Grand Inna Padang

Grand Inna Padang

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South Sumatra

South Sumatra

South Sumatra is one of the provinces in Indonesia, located in the southern part of Sumatra Island. The Islamic province has its capital in Palembang. Geographically, South Sumatra province is bordered by Jambi province in the north, Kep province. Bangka-Belitung in the east, Lampung province in the south of Bengkulu Province in the west. Iiki Province is rich in natural resources, such as petroleum, natural gas and coal. Besides that, the capital city of the province of South Sumatra, Palembang, has been well-known since long ago because it was the center of the Kingdom of Sriwijaya.