Wednesday, 26th July 2017
Feature
  • RI needs more direct flights to lure foreign tourists
    11th April 2017
    As an island nation rich in natural bounty and cultures, Indonesia has extraordinary tourism potential to increase the arrivals of foreign tourists. Yet its tourism development is still behind those of neighboring ...
  • Kendari has attractive mangrove ecotourism areas
    11th April 2017
    Three mangrove ecotourism areas of Lahundape, Purirano, and Bungkutoko along the coast of Kendary Bay in the Indonesian province of Southeast Sulawesi have now become leading tourist destinations in the city of Kendari. ...
  • Awaiting what is to come out of Trump`s executive orders
    9th April 2017
    The Indonesian government has reacted reasonably to U.S. President Donald J. Trumps executive order, which accused many countries of unfair trade. No concrete step has been made, but intensive communications had been ...
  • Transparency necessary in handling e-ID card project scandal
    9th April 2017
    Hari, a resident of Palangka Raya, Central Kalimantan, has complained that despite having applying for e-ID cards for his entire family since August 2015, no information is available on when their cards would be issued. ...
  • Catholic pilgrims gear up for "Semana Santa"
    9th April 2017
    Thousands of Catholic pilgrims across Indonesia are gearing up for the celebration of the Holy Week, popularly known as "Semana Santa," in Larantuka, a town in East Flores District in East Nusa Tenggara Province. Semana ...
  • Government continues to promote fish consumption program
    9th April 2017
    The government of Indonesia, which is an island country rich in various fish resources, continues to promote its fish consumption program as part of its efforts to build the nations healthy and smart human resources. The ...
  • Indonesia promotes culinary to lure tourists
    9th April 2017
    Indonesias Tourism Ministry believes that love comes from the heart but passes through the stomach. Hence, the country has been introducing its culinary arts overseas in order to lure tourists. The ministry has set up a ...
  • Indonesia readies anticipatory steps following Trump`s executive order
    7th April 2017
    The Indonesian government has yet to make a move but is preparing anticipatory steps while awaiting the results of the US investigation to uncover causes of its trade deficit with 16 countries, including Indonesia. US ...
  • Indonesia continues to promote its tourism potential
    2nd April 2017
    The government of Indonesia, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is ready and will continue to market and promote the nations tourism potential, including that of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) Province. NTB comprises ...
  • Hindu community solemnly observes Day of Seclusion
    28th March 2017
    Followers of Hinduism in Indonesia abandoned their routine activities and solemnly observed the Hindu Day of Seclusion on Tuesday to welcome the Saka New Year 1939. For instance, in Jakarta, members of the Hindu community ...