Saturday, 30th July 2016
Feature
  • Indonesia offers scenic charms to cycling enthusiasts
    7th May 2016
    Several Indonesian regions will organize sports tourism events for cycling enthusiasts in May by offering them exotic routes passing through rural greenery with scenic charms and nice weather. The cycling plus tourism ...
  • Indonesia emerging as attractive destination for foreign investors
    6th May 2016
    The Indonesian governments efforts to introduce a series of economic policy packages since September last year and intensive investment promotions abroad have increased foreign investors interest and made Indonesia the ...
  • Jjeju Island: from exiled criminal island to tourism attraction
    6th May 2016
    Travelling to South Korea is considered incomplete without visiting the island, which has become the pride of the ginseng country: Jeju Island. Perhaps, the vast majority of Indonesians only know or have witnessed the ...
  • Indonesian govt on track to revitalize old markets
    5th May 2016
    The government has kept its promise of renovating 5,000 traditional markets in the country in the next five years. After revitalizing 1,002 traditional markets in first year of the program in 2015, the government this year ...
  • Indonesian govt to lift subsidy for 18 million electricity subscribers
    5th May 2016
    State-owned electricity company PLN confirmed that its verification of the firms subsidized household customers revealed that some 18 million of them were actually able to pay the normal power tariff. Hence, the government ...
  • Al madinah`s red white domed mosque is center of excellence
    5th May 2016
    A green-domed mosque is common. So is a yellow-domed mosque. Theres a blue-domed mosque (Blue Mosque) in Istanbul, Turkey as well as in Pondok Indah, Jakarta. A golden-domed mosque stands in Depok, West Java. But a ...
  • Lesson learned from 10 Indonesians` hostage rescue
    5th May 2016
    Ten Indonesian sailors have been reunited with their families following their release on Sunday after they were held captive by the Philippines Abu Sayyaf militant group since March 26. Indonesian President Joko Widodo ...
  • Attractive saltwater lakes in Raja Ampat
    4th May 2016
    Dozens of attractive saltwater lakes on several islands of Raja Ampat in the Indonesian province of West Papua add to its charms as a tourism destination. Raja Ampat is rich in a diverse range of coral reefs, sea-grasses, ...
  • Indonesia seeks to secure release of four more hostages
    3rd May 2016
    After the release on Sunday of ten Indonesian sailors taken hostage since March by the Abu Sayyaf rebels in southern Philippines, the Indonesian government is now concentrating on securing the freedom of four more Indonesian ...
  • Indonesia, Malaysia step up investment cooperation
    30th April 2016
    Indonesia and Malaysia have agreed to increase cooperation in the plantation and fishery sectors and to attract foreign direct investment to ASEAN countries, particularly to Indonesia and Malaysia. Malaysia became the ...