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April 13, 2016

Pariwisata Bahari Lengkap di Pulau Weh Aceh



Source: acehtourismagency
Wisata Bahari? Siapa yang tidak suka jika pemandangan alam dibawah laut sangat indah dan menarik untuk dilihat. Meskipun tidak banyak orang yang memiliki kemampuan untuk menyelam. Namun, saat melihat gambar dibawah laut semuanya berdecak kagum akan keindahan Selain itu juga bisa melakukan berbagai kegiatan wisata bahari seperti memancing, berlayar dan sebagainya. Pemandangan bawah laut ini banyak terdapat di Pulau Weh. Banyak spot-spot yang layak untuk diselamin dan menikmatin keindahan terumbu karang, aneka ikan laut yang beraneka warna dan jenis. Sungguh pemandangan yang tak akan gampang untuk dilupakan. Bahkan pemandangan gunung berapi bawah laut juga ada, yang disebut dengan Hidrotermal.

Februari 26, 2016

Ingin ke Turkey Lantaran Drama Turkey

Sumber : Lonely Planet
Drama Turkey Menjamur, Jadi Ingin ke Turkey begitulah pemikiran yang ada dibenakku. Kenapa tidak? Nama-nama kota besar yang disebutkan dalam film drama Turkey membuatku terus tergoda untuk melihat keindahan apa yang ada di Turkey. Apalagi lokasi Turkey yang cukup menarik yakni di ampit dua benua, Benua Europe dan Benua Asia.

Januari 11, 2016

Jelajah Nagoya Jepang | Wisata yang Tak Terlupakan


Hai semuanya, apakah kamu ingin pergi ke Jepang? Begitu membaca kalimat ini, membuatku tertarik. Siapa yang tidak ingin pergi ke Jepang. Setiap orang memiliki impian untuk traveling ke luar negeri, salah satunya negara sakura. Ada kesempatan untuk liburan ke Jepang gratis di musim dingin (Paket Japan Winter) yang diperuntukan bagi pemenang lomba yang diselenggarakan oleh salah satu agen travel. Aku yang belum pernah ke Jepang mencoba menggali informasi mengenai informasi lomba terlebih dahulu. Mereka, telah menentukan kota untuk artikel lomba yakni Toyama, Hokkaido, Okinawa, Fuji-san, Nikko, Fukuoka, Hiroshima dan Nagoya. Maka, aku langsung memilih kota Nagoya. Hal itu bukan tanpa asalan, aku hanya ingin melihat kawasan Nagoya. Karena seumur hidupku, aku hanya pernah menikmatin kawasan Nagoya yang berada di Batam, Indonesia. Jadi, aku mencoba menggali bermacam informasi mengenai wisata yang ada di Nagoya, Japan. Yuk, simak "perjalananku di Nagoya Japan".

November 17, 2014

My Traveling Dream Part 5 Finish :p


After my fantasy about chocolate become real then the next destination is France. The Romantic country in the world, people said like that. But I ever watch movie about this country, as I remember Korea Movie about two women backpacker to this country and find trouble in their travel, got thief pocket, should get deportation and many things.

But I still wanna feel this city, the fashion country in the world. As my dream I wanna be designer to my small boutique one day. This city is a magic, they like magnet for the people who love fashion and become trendy. This place is the belong to you. Mystery and romantic but damn expensive.

In the night walk alone and see the Eifel tower. The light is bright in the tower and look the stars and said stars finally I can see you not just fake stars in my ceiling room which company me in every night time in the dark room. But this is real stars and I see it in the dark sky and it far away but look so close, because the aura of romantic place.

Drinking hot chocolate and see the happy couple to make me dreams what is amazing life God create first human, Adam and Eve. God want they like this moment romantic and love each other in below light moon and stars.  Then I got inspiration to write romantic stories  That is wonderful suitcase traveling I ever get.







The next destination is…..

That is secret  enough just 5 destination I shared because like my friend in Tanjungpinang said, I have much dream and if it is not become true will make me hurt so deeply, like someone stab your heart with knife, hurt :p


November 16, 2014

My Traveling Dream Part 4



After my desire already explore in Dublin, my next destination is german. Why? My sister said Male German is romantic and kindly with woman. But That is not my point to go there to find my charming prince. But I want explore the chocolate.

I ever get information from my pen pal friend from german. This country really have many taste of chocolate. I can’t refuse chocolate. This is one of my favorite desserts. Ah, I can smell the delicious chocolate and I also want to eat every flavor they offer to me.

I can lick my fingers when get melt chocolate, mmmmm damn so yummy. Can you imagine how it is so sweet, they melt so easy in your mount, you won’t let every second not precious. You want every second you bite it, the chocolate you can feel it inside your tongue, melt in your mount and you can feel inside your heart what is wonderful moment in your life. Like your first kissing :0 You never forget it  the experience.

That is so amazing, like I also become melt in the chocolate country with many flavor with the sweet and unique taste. Every moment is so damn precious. I can feel chocolate leave tract in my lips. I can remove it easy just lick my lips to make it gone and still make me feel wonderful.

Yes, I am maniac in chocolate, I can’t deny it. Chocolate, If I have opportunity, I really want to taste many chocolate in the world. As long as I remember, I just ever eat chocolate from Malaysia, Singapore, Netherland, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Belgium. If my readers who love me and wanna give me chocolate just contact me, will pleasure to give the address lol  :p cheecky Citra.

November 15, 2014

My Traveling Dream Part 3


My next destination is Irish, Dublin, still unique country. Village country or unique building. I know this lovely destination still from movie. Still one of my favorite romantic movie about Leap Year. That is one of traditional fairy tale of Irish, where in the Leap Year, woman can propose man who she loves. This movie telling about the struggle woman to propose her boyfriend but in her traveling to propose her lover, she find the true lover. So sweet right.

The background the movie has a wonderful view, this view make me fall in love to visit this country one day. Although this country so damn expensive and also is not easy to find public transportation, that is also get in the story.

I still remember the sea, rock, the castle. That is still hot in my mind. Walking there alone and then I can find imagination to write some romantic story because this time I got block writing (Don’t know what should I make story). But in this blog making me keep writing just will not make my brain death and also practice my type will keep good and correct in the right place.

I can hear the sound of birds and the wind because this street so quite and none body pass it. I can walk there and look around without worry something bad happened, find my imagination who gone suddenly. I will find the local people there and stay there for a few days before try to explore other part there.

That is really amazing  Ah that is dream and I still can smile thinking about this part. I always jealous with people who rich and can explore the world so easy. They are so damn lucky but I will lucky too one day 

November 14, 2014

My Traveling Dream Part 2

Rome, I never think I will like to visit Rome. Not because to many histories there. But because one of my favorite movie, “When in Rome” Many time I watch this movie and many time my mind fly to this part. It is Amazing and different angle in my mind in Rome.

In the movie it is story about woman who coming to Rome to attend her sister wedding and she doesn’t believe in love. She is also stolen the coins from the “magic” pool. Then the story is begin there. But when I visit here (Rome, read).

I want to discovery unique building, walk in every part and become narcissism, take many pictures in every part I think that is nice and unique parts. Then will visit the magic pool and throw the coin to find me my charming prince after I sent the sadness stories on Juliet Wall, this time to find my charming prince. I know that is just fairy tale but I am also love to pretended that is alive and like the new adventure in my life 

After visit Rome, what will my next destination? Still wanna know about it? Just read another part if you still curious wanna know.


November 13, 2014

My Traveling Dream Part 1


I always have dream to travel in the world, especially Europe. I also already have many imagine to make book about it too, when I really can step my feet there. I won’t tell myself backpacker but suitcase travel hehehe, sweet right  I won’t same like people coz I just wanna make my trend setter by myself hohoho.

Because watching channel about some fairy tale about some country, making me remind again something what I wanna to do when visit it. The first if I can visit the Juliet Wall, I want to put my broken heart letter. That is will content like this, because it just dream and if it will be real. I will put the letter like in below sentence.

Dear, I never fall in love, my heart already frozen when I realize I just get hurt with some people I never expected to do that. So, I close my heart and I never allow anybody can open the door who already frozen and the key already broken, so it is not useful. But I am wrong, I don’t know when, I feel something melt inside my heart but that also making my tears come like rains. The rains never stop in my cheeks.


Because of that, I put this letter to this wall to make my broken heart stop. It is really hurt and pain. I don’t like feel it and I also can’t deny it. My night become so blue, my day become so uncomfortable. Can you imagine? How is life like that!

Yes, that is suck. More harder I am trying forget him, his imagine more stronger come in my mind. When I close my eyes, I just see his smile although when I open my eyes. I think I should go to doctor because my eyes become trouble.

Broken heart is not nice feeling and I don’t like it so much. I just wanna it gone forever so I can continue my life  I wont become Juliet, kill herself to be peace because of love. I just wanna find my prince who love me as the way I am without phrase broken heart, can I?

What is my other destination when I have a lot of money to visit? Wanna know? Just keep reading the part 2.


Juni 18, 2013

In one of tv about shooting in Paris. Yes I never lie, i really want go there one day, since i was young hahahah (ouh now i am getting older every year). Paris, Greece, Italy, wow the place from Europe I wanna visit it one day. Even I cant do this, so Just look the pictures and see the information from google, Thanks google. Look like i imagine go there.

So this is Paris from goparis.com

First visits to Paris can be daunting: you're certain to stumble upon places of incredible history and beauty on every street corner. It can be difficult to know where to begin and what to see first, drawn as you are into quiet little allees or confronted with a long list of museums and monuments. In our book, most of the city is worth seeing and exploring, but there are some Paris tourist attractions that first-time visitors in particular will want to home in on. Without further ado, here is our list of the city's ten best sights and attractions, elected for their mass popularity, historical importance, or sheer aesthetic appeal. If you want to experience Paris' most essential and iconic places before exploring in more depth, this guide will help you pinpoint what to see and do first. 

A word of advice: if you plan to visit several of these popular sights during your next trip, consider purchasing the Paris Museum Pass. It allows entry to several of the city's most popular museums and attractions, and can be a great time and money-saver.

Buy direct: Purchase Paris Museum Pass via Rail Europe here

1. The Louvre

To learn the Louvre in and out, you might need a lifetime. Still, one has to start somewhere. The site of the world's largest and most diverse collection of pre-20th century painting, sculpture, and decorative objects, The Louvre is definitely one of Paris' most coveted attractions. Not forgetting the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, bask in the works of Vermeer, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and countless others. The palace itself is testament to a rich history spanning from the medieval period to the present.

2. Notre Dame Cathedral

No first trip to Paris is complete without a visit to this marvel of gothic architecture. One of the most singular and beautiful cathedrals of Europe, Notre Dame Cathedral's dramatic towers, spire, stained glass and statuary are guaranteed to take your breath away. Witness firsthand the spot that was once the heartbeat of medieval Paris, and that took over 100 years of hard labor to complete. Climbing the North tower to see Paris from the hunchback Quasimodo's vantage is essential, too. You'll soon understand why Notre Dame is one of Paris' top attractions.
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3. Eiffel Tower
More than any other landmark, the Eiffel Tower has come to represent an elegant and contemporary Paris. The iron tower, which was built for the 1889 World Exposition by Gustave Eiffel, was wildly unpopular with Parisians when it was unveiled, and was nearly torn down. It has since attracted over 220 million visitors, and it would be hard to imagine Paris now without it. The tower crowns the Paris night sky with its festive light, and glitters up a storm every hour. Cliché? Maybe. But essential.
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4. Musée d'Orsay

Walk over the bridge from the Louvre to the Musee d'Orsay-- and see the bridge between classical and modern art. Housing the world's most important collection of impressionist and post-impressionist painting, the Musee d'Orsay's light, airy rooms whir you through three floors of modern wonders, from Degas' ethereal dancers to Monet's water lilies, all the way to Gaugin's leafy jungles. Major works by Van Gogh, Delacroix, Manet, and others await you, too.
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Musee d'Orsay Visitor Tips 
 
The Sorbonne University is the historic soul of the Latin Quarter, where higher learning has flourished for centuries. Founded in 1257 for a small group of theology students, the Sorbonne is one of Europe's oldest universities. It has hosted countless great thinkers, including philosophers René Descartes, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Simone de Beauvoir. Enjoy a drink on the café terrace in front of the college before exploring the winding little streets of the Quartier Latin behind it. Also See: The Historic Saint-Germain-des-Prés Neighborhood

6. Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées

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The 164-foot Arc de Triomphe commissioned by Emperor Napoléon I does exactly what it was made to do: evoke sheer military power and triumph. It was built in an age when leaders erected monuments in their own honor, and scaled to their egos. The arch's beautiful sculptures and reliefs commemorate Napoléon's generals and soldiers. Visit the Arc de Triomphe to begin or culminate a walk down the equally grandiose Avenue des Champs-Elysées. You can't help but feel grand yourself.

7. Centre Georges Pompidou and the "Beaubourg" Neighborhood

Parisians consider the Centre Georges Pompidou to be the cultural pulse of the city. This modern art museum and cultural center, located in the neighborhood affectionately dubbed Beaubourg by locals, opened in 1977 to honor president Georges Pompidou. The Center's signature skeletal design, which evokes bones and blood vessels, is either loved or reviled-- no in-betweens. If wacky design isn't your cup of tea, the permanent collection at the National Museum of Modern Art is a must and features works by Modigliani and Matisse. Rooftop views of the city are also in order.
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8. Sacre Coeur and Montmartre


With its unmistakable white dome, the Sacre Coeur sits at the highest point of Paris on the Montmartre knoll, or butte. This basilica, which was consecrated in 1909, is best-known for its garish gold mosaic interiors and for its dramatic terrace, from which you can expect sweeping views of Paris on a clear day. Take the funicular up with a metro ticket and stop off at Sacre Coeur before exploring the winding, village-like streets of Montmartre. And after expending all your energy climbing Montmartre's formidable hills and stairs, consider a traditional Parisian cabaret at the legendary Moulin Rouge.
 
 
Seeing some of Paris' most beautiful sites glide past as you drift down the Seine river is an unforgettable and essential experience. Companies such as Bateaux-Mouches and Bateaux Parisiens offer one-hour tours of the Seine year-round for about 10 Euros. You can hop on near Notre Dame or the Eiffel Tower. Go at night to enjoy the shimmering play of light on the water, and dress warmly-- the wind from off the Seine can be chilly. You can also take tours of some of Paris' canals and waterways, which will allow you to see a semi-hidden side of the city of light.
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10. Père Lachaise Cemetery

Paris counts within its walls many of the world's most poetic cemeteries-- but Père Lachais outdoes them all. Countless famous figures are buried here: the most popular being The Doors lead singer Jim Morrison, whose tomb is kept constant vigil by fans. The French playwright Molière, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, and Richard Wright are a few others. On a sunny day, climbing to the cemetery's summit and looking down on the lavishly designed crypts can be surprisingly joyful.
 

Balikpapan My Home Town

Hi 3 years ago, I was home to my home town to visit grandfather but now he was gone. What do you do when you holiday there?

Balikpapan, the centre of Kalimantan's oil industry is also the gateway to East Kalimantan with air and sea connections to and from Jakarta and other major points in Indonesia and also from Singapore or Malaysia. Even the trip to Samarinda, begins from Balikpapan. Living up to its importance, Balikpapan has a number of good hotels, including one of international standard, as well as recreation facilities. It has the second busiest airport in the nation after Jakarta, due to its strategic position.

This adventure for uncoreved holiday takes us to an area hidden deep in the jungle, a part of the island as yet undiscovered by tourism from outside province and with little influence from the outside world. We travel towards our destination by rented car or taxi, an adventure site seeing in itself, enjoying the scenery of rice fields and jungle along the way, and shopping on the way. The location can be explored on foot, discovering a natural world and lifestyle practically unchanged for centuries. Our nights will be full of star in skieswith romance dinner near beach. This holiday is ideal for people who enjoy nature. However, the pace is relaxed and all of your bags could be leave in hotel. The remainder of the holiday consists of natural visits which require no particular fitness.
This the place list that I suggest you visit while in Balikpapan :

1. Penangkaran Buaya Teritip (Teritip Crocodile Breeding)
This object located in Teritip. 20 km from Balikpapan. This Breeding have almost 5 Hektarare.

2. Meriam Peninggalan Jepang ( Japanese Canon)
The canon ex Japanenese Army from collonila time is situated in area call Asrama Bukit, Kelurahan kampung Baru Ilir (sidodadi) which only ± 8 km from centarl city. This canon explain that Balikpapan is strategic city for defence in world war II. This location has 2.500 m2 area. From this place we could see Balikpapan city view such as oil refinery and Balikpapan bay. we could reach this place by taxi or rented car.

3.Monumen Perjuangan Rakyat ( People Monument)
This monument situated in central city to be exact Jl. Jenderal Sudirman just in front of Markas KODAM VI Tanjung Pura (official Army office). This monument show how great and brave Indonesian people fight agains colonial.

4.Wanawisata KM 10 (Natural park)
This park located at Km. 10 Jl. Soekarno Hatta just need ± 15 menit by vehicle from central city. this place is Arboretum park which built by PT. Inhutani I Unit Balikpapan. In this park they grow some rare species of tree and fruit, also they breed some Rusa Sambar (Servus Unicolor). This park has jogging trac also camping arena.

5. Hutan Lindung Sungai Wain (Conservasion Forest Wain River)
Hutang Lindung Sungai Wain is one of the forest that Indonesia Goverment claim as protected forest which has 10.025 ha. Wain river lay along 18.300 m with clear water. Fish, crab, bird, monkey, orang utan and many more lived in this area.

6. Tugu Australia (Australia Monument)
This monument located in Jl. Jend. Sudirman and stand near Strand Banua Patra beach has are almost 725 m2. Autralia monument was built as reminder for Australian Army ( VII Division Australia) which died when fight with Japanese army.

How about beach? of course every island have wonderful beach, Balikpapan also. This beaches in Balikpapan

Kemala/Polda Beach


This beach is situated in the city. This easy-to-reach beach is usually visited by locals to enjoy the sunset with friends or family. It is located about 600 meters (650 yards) from the main street.

Click the picture on the right for more and bigger photos of Kemala Beach.

Location:Jl. Sudirman
Operating hours:Monday-Friday, 10am-10pm, Saturday-Sunday & public holidays, 10am-11pm
Entrance fee:Rp. 500/person; Rp. 1,000 for motorcycles; Rp. 1,500 for cars
Facilities:food court, parking area, toilets, shower room (Rp. 3,000/person), water sport facilities such as banana boats: Rp. 25,000/person; jet ski rental: Rp. 800,000/person for 1 hour
Nearby facilities:warungs
How to get there: By own transport
By public transport, "mikrolet": take the number "6" dark blue mikrolet from "Damai" terminal and ask the driver to drop you off at "Pantai Polda" (about 20 minutes away).
Remarks:it might be crowded during weekends or public holidays. Cash payment only.

Lamaru Beach


Its location is about 23 kilometers (14 miles) from the city center, not far from Manggar beach and the Japanese Funeral Park. This beach has a beautiful landscape.

Click the picture on the right for more and bigger photos of Lamaru Beach.

Location:Jl. Mulawarman, east of Balikpapan
Operating hours:daily
Admission charge: Rp. 2,000/person (adults/children). Parking/entrance fee for motorcycle: Rp. 2,500, car or taxi: Rp. 5,000, bus: Rp. 15,000
Facilities:warung, toilets, parking area, information center
Nearby facilities:warung
Nearby attractions:Japanese Soldier Monument, Manggar Beach (access by car)
How to get there: By own transport
By "mikrolet": from "Damai" terminal, take the green one (number No. 7). The fare costs Rp. 5,000 and it takes about 45 minutes to get there. Tell the driver that you want to go to this beach. After getting off, the gate to the beach is on the right side of the road. From there you need to walk about 500 meters (540 yards) to reach there.
Remarks:it is not allowed to swim further than 50 meters from the beach line. Pay the ticket at the ticket counter at the entrance gate. No staff attending the ticket counter before noon. It is usually open in the late afternoon and it might be crowded, especially on weekends.

Manggar Segarasari Beach


This white sand beach lies on a total area of about 13,000 square-meters and surrounded by pine trees. The beach seems to be very appreciated by the locals. Here visitors can enjoy swimming, riding banana boats, sailing, playing beach volley ball or simply just relaxing.

Click the picture on the right for more and bigger photos of Manggar Segarasari Beach.

:Jl. Mulawarman, Manggar (about 17 kilometers/11 miles east of downtown Balikpapan)
:daily
:Rp. 1,000/child, Rp. 2,000/adult, parking fee: motorbike: Rp. 2,500, car: Rp. 5,000, bus: Rp. 15,000
:"warung", toilets, parking area, rented boats
:warung, toilets
:Lamaru Beach, Crocodile Farm, Japanese Soldier Monument (by car)
: By own transport
By "mikrolet": take the dark green mikrolet No. 7 from "Damai" Terminal, and get off when you see the signboard of the beach on the right side of the road. The entrance to the beach is located in front of the Indonesian Army battalion office called "YONIF/600 RAIDER". You can also tell the driver that you are going to this beach, so he will drop you off at the entrance (fare: Rp. 5,000). The beach is about 500 meters (540 yards) from the main road. You can walk or get an "ojek" (fare: Rp. 5,000).
:it might be crowded during weekends or public holidays. There are many small warungs selling local food. You can also rent a buoy at a cost of Rp. 15,000 to Rp. 25,000 (per one time rental), depending on its size.

Melawai Beach

This main beach, which lies along Sudirman street is also often visited by the locals to enjoy the sunset and affordable traditional Indonesian food and drinks, such as "pecel lele" (fried catfish served with peanut sauce and fresh vegetables), "pecel ayam" (fried chicken with peanut sauce and fresh vegetables), chicken satay, "bakso" (meat balls), and so forth. From this beach visitors can see two small islands called "Pulau Babi" and "Pulau Tukung". "Babi" Island can be visited during low tide. Locals usually do fishing nearby this island.

Click the picture above for more and bigger photos of Melawai Beach.

Location:along Sudirman Street
Operating hours:daily
Nearby attractions:Kilang Minyak
How to get there: By own transport
By "mikrolet": take the No. 6 from "Damai" terminal and get off at the beach. Your mikrolet will pass along the beach.
Remarks:it is recommended to visit the place to see the sunset.

Kampung Baru Floating Village

Unlike other floating villages (such as in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap), where people live in boats, the people who live in this old village of "Kampung Baru" dwells in houses, which are made of wood and built over the water, at seashore. "Kampung Baru" (/kam-poonk bha-roo/) itself means "new village".

Click the picture on the right for more and bigger photos of Kampung Baru Floating Village.

Location:near "Kampung Baru Tengah" mikrolet terminal
How to get there: By own transport
By "mikrolet": take the No. 5 from "Damai" terminal to "Kampung Baru Tengah" terminal, then walk into the "Kampung Baru" harbor. You will see these wooden houses that are built over the water.
Remarks:unfortunately, visitors might see trashes on the water under or near the houses.

The "Caribbean Island" Water Park

This is a recreation site that is usually visited by local families. It offers some adventurous rides, such as "Spilled Bucket", sliding from a height of 13 meters and many other attractions.

Location:Jl. Kol. Syarifuddin Yoes (Ring Road II)

How to get there:by own transport
 
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