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  • aradralami
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    Highly recommended going and see the Banda Sea in Indonesia.
    I've always wanted to go scuba diving in Banda Sea, this is an experience I wanted to have and swim with the fishes. My dream would be fulfilled if I win this giveaway.

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  • greysolive
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    I really like Banyuwangi

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  • Bsoepraba
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    Flores has some chilly cities, too.

    When I was in Ruteng and Bajawa, I was surprised to see people who wore thick jackets and windbreakers at night. It felt like a brisk day in San Francisco or even LA.

    I can't remember what the temperature was back in October but I looked it up now and it's about 17-18 at night. Low to mid 20s during the day.

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  • waarmstrong
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    Yogya is cool, but not so much in a temperature sense.

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  • jessi123
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    • Lorentz National Park, Papua. Ever heard of snow in the tropics? ...
    • Dataran Tinggi Dieng, Central Java. ...
    • Malino Highlands, South Sulawasi. ...
    • Bandungan & Ungaran, Semarang. ...
    • Kota Seribu Bunga Tomohon, North Sulawesi. ...
    • Ruteng, East Nusa Tenggara. ...
    • Village Sampireun, Garut. ...
    • Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Bedugul (Bali)
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  • marcus
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    Originally posted by Kae Dario View Post
    ..I would say that Indonesia ... has a lot of cool cities. Here are some ...Yogyakarta ...

    It may be cool to you , but not to me .


    From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yogyakarta
    [......
    Climate data for Yogyakarta, Indonesia
    Record high Jan : 31/88 Fev : 32/90 Mar : 32/90 Apr : 33/91 May : 32/90 Jun : 32/90 Jul : 32/90 Aug : 32/90 Sep : 34/93 Okt ; 35/95 Nov : 35/95 Dez : 32/90 (°C/°F)
    ..............]
    Last edited by marcus; 12-09-18, 16:39.

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  • tel522
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    And the last one is i would say Malang, the East Javan city of Malang offers unmissable things you may not expect from such a low-key destination. From exotic beaches to amusement parks, discover the top things to see and do in Malang. These places are very attractive, breathable and photographic. These places give a very iconic attraction for a tourists.[/QUOTE]

    !0 years ago I would agree with you ,a quiet place with elegant art deco architecture , now with the massive growth in population , traffic, pollution , rise in radicalism , not a nice place at all imho.

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  • Kae Dario
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    Hello everybody!! I would say that Indonesia only has snows at the top of Jayawijaya mountain in Papua. Indonesia has a lot of cool cities. Here are some of the best places to visit in Indonesia, in no particular order. Like Bukittinggi: This is a charming little inland town located in West Sumatra. Yogyakarta: It's a popularly referred to as Jogja, is one of the most charming towns in Indonesia where tourists go to soak in local culture, And the last one is i would say Malang, the East Javan city of Malang offers unmissable things you may not expect from such a low-key destination. From exotic beaches to amusement parks, discover the top things to see and do in Malang. These places are very attractive, breathable and photographic. These places give a very iconic attraction for a tourists.

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  • Kipasanginrusak
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    Ubud was rather mild and certainly less humid that coastal cities of Bali, when we visited a couple of months ago.

    ps Seemed like there were more bules roaming the streets than Indonesians, if that makes any difference.
    Agreed. There were more bules than indonesians in Ubud But I like Ubud so much, it's really peaceful

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  • Kipasanginrusak
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    Originally posted by tel522 View Post

    I have been around most of the regency on 3 trips looking for appealing areas ,from watudodol to paluh merah and also into the hills ie licin etc , I gave up on the area a bit of a " hardship posting" .
    I stayed at my friend's house in Sempu, Banyuwangi and the climate was cold especially at night.

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  • waarmstrong
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    Ubud was rather mild and certainly less humid than the coastal cities of Bali, when we visited a couple of months ago.

    ps Seemed like there were more bules roaming the streets than Indonesians, if that makes any difference.

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  • tel522
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    Originally posted by Kipasanginrusak View Post

    It means you haven't explored all areas in Banyuwangi.
    I have been around most of the regency on 3 trips looking for appealing areas ,from watudodol to paluh merah and also into the hills ie licin etc , I gave up on the area a bit of a " hardship posting" .

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  • Kipasanginrusak
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    Originally posted by tel522 View Post
    you mean ijen volcano ? banyuwangi is hot like bali ya .
    It means you haven't explored all areas in Banyuwangi.

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  • tel522
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    you mean ijen volcano ? banyuwangi is hot like bali ya .

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  • Kipasanginrusak
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    Banyuwangi in East Java

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