The Indonesian Navy (Indonesian: Tentara Nasional Indonesia Angkatan Laut, TNI–AL) is the territorial force responsible for the patrol of Indonesia's immense coastline. The Indonesian Navy has about 74,000 personnel and 136 ships including attack submarines.
Eastern Fleet Command, in Surabaya, conterminous with Army's KODAM V and KODAMs VII through IX and Air Force's Oper...
Located at the center of Bandung - Indonesia, Gedung Sate is the most prominent landmark in the town. This white building was built in 1920 and was disigned to be used as the center of East India Goverment, then that's why in the year of 1952, this building was the most beautiful building in Indonesia. Lapangan Gazeebo, a big public open field in the front of this building, is frequently used f...
Mt. Bromo is a small but extremely popular and active volcano on Java, Indonesia. It lies in a huge caldera which is visible if you zoom out a bit. There are 2 more semi-dormant volcanoes in the caldera
The Sidoarjo mud flow or Lapindo mud, also informally abbreviated as Lusi, a contraction of Lumpur Sidoarjo (lumpur is the Indonesian word for mud), is a mud volcano in the subdistrict of Porong, Sidoarjo in East Java, Indonesia that has been ongoing since May 2006. Approximately 2,500 m³ (88,000 cubic feet) of mud are expelled per day, which is equivalent to the contents of a dozen Olympic-siz...
sunda-islands.com/Malaysia Discovery Network Link with some 1500 (growing) professionally edited placemarks for points of interest, nature, transportation, religion, activities, infrastructure and cities in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. (Over 50 categories selectable)
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