Kepulauan Riau Province Tourism

 

Kepulauan Riau Province is one among several new provinces in Indonesia. The province was formed since 2002. The province has its capital in Tanjung Pinang. This is one of the island provinces in Indonesia so that the area in the province is dominated by the ocean compared with the region’s land area.

 

Cities and regencies

 

The province has five districts namely Bintan, Karimun, Anambas, Lingga and Natuna, and the second city of Batam and Tanjung Pinang.

 

How to get in

 

The province is the gateway of foreign travel after the island of Bali. Transport in the province is also a good variety of land, sea, and air. The marine transportation in the region is a motor boat, ferry and speedboat, while for the airline, the province has five airports namely Hang Nadim International Airport, Dabo Airport, Sei Bati Airport, Raja Haji Fisabilillah Airport, and Ranai Airport.

 

Popular destinations

 

Although the province is the province with the area that is not too extensive, but the region has some very dear tourist destinations when it missed. Some of the attractions that exist in this province is the tourist beaches in various districts such as Melur Beach, Nongsa Beach, Pelawan beach, Trikora Beach, Bintan and Leisure Park. In addition, the snorkelling lovers should not forget to stop in Natuna. In addition to coastal and maritime travel, the province also offers several cultural and historical attractions such as the Treasure Bay is located in Lagoi, Statue of Goddess Kwan Im, and several other destinations.

 

Jambi Province Tourism

Jambi Province is a province located in eastern coastal areas in the central part of the island of Sumatra. The province has a provincial capital that has same name with the name of the province. The capital of province is Jambi. The majority of people in this province are derived from the Malay and Javanese.

 

Cities and regencies

 

The province has nine districts of Batang, Kerinci, Bungo, Merangin, Muaro, Sarolangun, Tanjung Jabung Barat, Tanjung Jabung Timur, and Tebo. In addition, the province also has two cities of Jambi and Sungai Penuh.

 

How to get in

 

To reach the province of Jambi, the visitors from outside the region could use the air. Jambi province has three airports, namely airport in Jambi city named Sultan Thaha Airport, Depati Parbo in Kerinci airport, and Bungo airport. Sultan Taha Syaifuddin Airport is the main airport in the province. From the airport, visitors can use some alternative means of transportation. You can use some public transport, using the services of travel, or renting a vehicle for easy access to a variety of desired destinations.

 

Popular destinations

 

Several tourist destinations that can be visited in Jambi Province like Muaro Jambi Temple is National Monument that are the largest temple complex in Indonesia, Tanggo Rajo, a replica of National Monument, Taman Mini and Taman Rimba, and Lake Sipin. For those of you who love history, you should also complement your visit by visiting the Negeri Jambi Museum.

South Sumatera Province Tourism

 

South Sumatra Province is a province located in the southern part of Sumatra Island. The province has a capital of Palembang. In addition, the province also has a wealth of natural resources such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. Province jug has many attractive tourist destinations. Moreover, the food is typical of this province is known as pempek that is very popular to a wide range of areas outside the province.

 

Cities and regencies

 

Province in the southern part of Sumatra Island has 13 districts and 4 cities. Districts can be listed among other Banyuasin, Empat Lawang, Lahat, Muara Enim, Banyuasin, Musi Rawas, and Ogan Ilir. While, there are some cities in the province include the Palembang, Pagar Alam, Lubuk Linggau, and Prabumulih.

 

How to get in

 

The province also provides plenty of access and transport links will make it easier for anyone who wants to visit the region. one infrastructure that support their travel is S.M Badaruddin II airport that is located in the city of Palembang, Banding Agung Airport that is located in the district of Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan, and Tanjung Enim airport that is located in regency Muara Enim. In addition to a few airports, the province also has a port that is Port of Palembang and Special Port Kerta Pati.

 

Popular destinations

 

Besides has a wealth of natural resources, the province also has some must-see tourist destinations such as the Ampera Bridge, Rumah Limas, Punti Kayu Forest, Palembang Grand Mosque, Goa Putri, Niagara Angel, Tanjung Setia Beach, as well as Kemaro Island.

Bangka Belitung Province Tourism

 

Bangka Belitung Province is a province with two main islands of Bangka and Belitung. Besides the two large islands, the province also has several small islands such as flat, Mendanau, Selat Nasik, Pongok, and others, which have a total number of about 470 islands with 50 islands that are inhabited islands. The province has a capital in Pangkal Pinang.

 

Cities and regencies

 

The province is classified as the province that is not too wide, and only have administrative region consists of six districts and one city. Districts in the province are Bangka, Belitung, Bangka Barat, Bangka Tengah, Bangka Selatan, and Belitung Timur. In addition, the one city in this province is Pangkal Pinang as the capital of the province.

 

How to get in

 

Although the province is not large province and consists of some islands, the province has a supporting infrastructure that could make it easier for visitors to reach the region. The province has two airports namely Depati Amir is located in Pagkal Pinang and HAS Hannadjuddin in Tanjung Pandan. Besides the airport, the province also provides the facility for sea transportation with several ports, namely Pangkalbalam, Tanjung Gudang, Sadai, Manggar, Tanjung Ru, and Tanjung Pandan, known as Laskar Pelangi Port.

 

Popular destinations

 

This province has the charm of an amazing tour especially well with beautiful beaches on the island of Bangka Belitung games like Tanjung Kelayang Beach, Batu Berdaun Beach, Matras Beach, and Tanjung Binga Beach. Besides beaches, there are also some other tourist destinations that can be visited in the province, namely Tangga Seribu Mentok, Buding Museum, Pice Gantung Dam, hot water bathing pool in Pemali, and several other destinations.

Bengkulu Province Tourism

 

Bengkulu Province has the same name with the name of the capital of the province, the city of Bengkulu. The majority population in the province is made up of several tribes that Rejang, Java, Serawai, and several other tribes. In addition, residents of Bengkulu mostly have Islam religion.

 

Cities and regencies

 

Administratively, Bengkulu province has only one city that is the city of Bengkulu. While districts in this province there are nine districts of Bengkulu Selatan, Bengkulu Tengah, Bengkulu Utara, Kaur, Kepahiang, Lebong, Mokomuko, Seluma, and Rajang Lebong.

How to get in

 

Bengkulu province strives to provide supporting infrastructure including transport which will provide easy access for visitors from outside the region to achieve the province. One common tool that can be the gateway to the province of Bengkulu is where Fatmawati Soekarno Airport located in the capital of Bengkulu. The airport through the bus visitors continue the journey to various tourist destinations as desired by using multiple transport facilities such as travel, car rental, or by using a variety of public transportation.

 

Popular destinations

 

The province also has some mainstay attractions that should not be missed such as the existence of Flowers Rafflesia Arnoldy, Marine Park in Enggano, Kerinci Seblat National Park, Wildlife Hunting and Elephant Training Center.

Lampung Province Tourism

Lampung Province is the southernmost province in Sumatra. The provincial capital is Bandar Lampung. There is a growing a slogan in this province that is ‘Sai Bumi Ruwa Jurai’ which means an area occupied by two customs or traditions that Saibatin and Pepadun. Despite being on the island of Sumatra, the province has a majority population of the Javanese.

 

Cities and Regencies

 

Province that is capitalized in Bandar Lampung is divided into several administrative regions, namely 13 districts and 2 cities. Districts in the province are in West Lampung, South Lampung, Lampung Tengah, Lampung Timur, Lampung Utara, Mesuji, Pesawaran, West Coast, Pringsewu, Tanggamus, Tulang Bawang, the Right Way, and Tulang Bawang Barat. In addition, the cities in the province are Bandar Lampung and Metro.

 

How to Get in

 

To achieve this province is also not a difficult thing for their many diverse traffic accesses by sea, land or air. The province has a major port that is Port of Long and Bakauheni Port. In addition, the province also has a major airport is Raden Inten II. Land access can be made to cross the path of Sumatra.

 

Popular Destinations

 

Lampung has an abundance of charm for anyone who wants to visit the province. There are several popular destinations that could be an advanced option when you visit the province to the southern tip of Sumatra Island. You can visit the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Way Kambas National Park, Lake Ranau, Mount Krakatau, Pahawang Island, Siger Tower, and several other destinations.

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province Tourism

 

Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province is a Special District located at the western tip of Indonesia. The province has a privilege because of government rules and the everyday people in the region using the foundation of Islam. This province has a tremendous potential of agriculture and plantation sectors. One well-known commodity to foreign countries is coffee Aceh.

 

Cities and Regencies of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province Tourism

 

Aceh province has capital in Banda Aceh. The province is divided into 17 districts and 4 cities. Districts can be noted that in West Aceh, West Aceh, Aceh Besar, Aceh Jaya, Aceh Selatan, Aceh Singkil, Aceh Tamiang, and others. As for the city are Banda Aceh, Langsa, Lhokseumawe, Sabang, and Subussalam.

 

How to Get in

 

The Province has potential as an investment destination of the various sectors so that the accents and infrastructure to reach this area is available in several options. to get to this province by using the air line has provided several airports, namely Sultan Iskandarmuda Airport located in Aceh, Cut Nyak Dien airport located in Meulaboh, Malikul Saleh airport in Lhokseumawe, and Lasikin airport in Sinabang. As for you who want to reach the province by sea, you can have access to some ports, namely port of Lhokseumawe, Meulaboh, Kuala Langsa, and several other ports.

 

Popular destinations

Aceh has several tourist area is worth visiting both for nature tourism, marine tourism, and travel history. Some popular destinations in the province include the Park of Gunung Leuser, the Grand Mosque, as well as some areas that are rich in indigenous culture and traditional arts.

Yogyakarta Special Region Tourism

Yogyakarta Special Region is a province with semi-autonomous sultanate. With Yogyakarta City as the capital, Yogyakarta or some people just call it, Jogja is main tourism destination in Indonesia. Tourist facilities are widely available in all range from backpacker to luxury. The attractions are wide-range from ancient heritage, historical buildings, cultural attractions, incredible natures, unique sports, and nice shopping. Yogyakarta is also common hub to Central Java, especially to Borobudur Temple in Magelang.

 

Cities and Regencies of Yogyakarta Special Region 

 

There are one city and four regencies in Yogyakarta Special Region. The city is Yogyakarta while regencies are Sleman, Bantul, Gunung Kidul, and Kulon Progo.

 

How to Get In

 

You can get in by plane directly from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia, and major Indonesian cities to land at Adi Sucipto International Airport. From Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya and other major cities in Java you can take train, bus, or car. Taking bus or car from Bali is also possible.

 

Popular Destinations

 

Yogyakarta City is the center of Javanese heritage where Kraton Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta Palace) and Malioboro Street (the center of arts, shopping area, historical buildings, dining, hotels, hangout spaces, and night food markets) are located. Candi Prambanan and Ratu Boko are popular ancient archeological sites. For unique souvenirs, go to Kota Gede for silver craft. Popular natural allures are Mount Merapi National Park, Parang Tritis Beach, Parang Kusumo Beach (sandboarding spot), Pindul Cave, Sri Getuk Waterfall, Progo River (rafting spot), and much more.

 

 

Central Java Province Tourism

Central Java Province in the central part of Java Island is center of Javanese culture. The province capital is Semarang. The tourism is packed with complete options of cultural heritage, nature heritage, as well as histories. Many cities are developed with good tourism facilities, including wide options of hotels, dining, and shopping.

 

Cities and Regencies of Central Java Province

 

Central Java is divided into 6 cities and 29 regencies. The cities are Magelang, Surakarta, Salatiga, Semarang, Pekalongan, and Tegal. Notable regencies are: Jepara, Demak, Magelang, Blora, Sukoharjo, Kudus, Rembang, and Wonosobo.

 

How to Get In

 

Central Java has international Airport in Surakarta (Solo), named Adi Sumarmo International Airport and in Semarang named Achmad Yani International Airport. However, some tourists choose to arrive at Adi Sucipto International Airport in Jogjakarta then continue the trip to Central Java. Road transports are including trains, buses, shuttles, and cars.

 

Popular Destinations

 

Borobudur Temple in Magelang is the most visited destinations in Central Java. The next is Surakarta, the city with traditional Javanese nature where Kraton Solo (Surakarta Palace) is located and the center of Solo’s Batik production. If you like batik, Pekalongan is the center of modern batik production. If you search for high quality teak furniture, Jepara is the center of teak woodcarving. For nature lovers, Dieng Plateu, Mount Merapi National Park, and Karimunjawa Marine National Park are the options.

 

 

East Java Province Tourism

East Java Province is one of busiest province in the country due to industries and tourisms. East Java has large area, including the island of Madura. Surabaya is the capital of the province and the second largest city in Indonesia. The tourism offers myriad attractions from natural beauties to interesting cultures to fascinating history

 

Cities and Regencies of East Java Province

 

East Java is divided into 9 cities and 29 regencies. The notable cities are Surabaya, Batu, Malang, Kediri, Probolinggo, and Blitar. Notable regencies are Banyuwangi, Gresik, Jember, Kediri, Jombang, Pacitan, Ponorogo, Sidoarjo, Bangkalan, and Sumenep. The last two cities are located in Madura Island.

 

How to Get In

 

East Java is one of Indonesia’s international main gateways with Juanda International Airport in Sidoarjo and Tanjung Perak International Port in Surabaya. Domestic transportations are widely available. From Bali, you can easily take ferry from Gilimanuk to Ketapang. Train station and bus station are there in many cities as options to get in from other provinces in Java and Bali.

 

Popular Destinations

 

Surabaya is metropolitan area with numerous entertainments and interesting places. Malang offers beautiful nature and incredible history as the ancient seat of Mataram Kingdom. Probolinggo is the main destination of adventurers because the city is the entry point to Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park. Banyuwangi is the location of the famous Ijen Crater and plantations of Java Arabica coffee. Kediri has archeological sites and Mount Wilis while Jember is well known for their festivals.