Indonesia natural charm and beauty and Many who do not know it outside Indonesia.

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Hallo  steemit, this time I want to introduce tourist attractions in my country  Indonesia is so fascinating, maybe some in steemit there is not yet  know.
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1.Enchanting Raja Ampat  beauty.

A  number of tourists seemed busy dining and chatting casually while  looking out into the sea dominated by blue, green, and white. The colors appear because of the influence of the expanse of coral reefs in the shallow seabed and deep. They were enjoying lunch at Papua Diving Resort, the waters of West Irian Jaya.
The blazing sun and bright air just make the guests thrilled to go back diving and diving. Sunlight often penetrates the crevices of ocean waves to the rocks. The beauty of the landscape and its marine biota does make a deep impression for the tourists. For  lovers of coastal and underwater tourism fanatics, Raja Ampat is very  well known and even considered the best in the world for the quality of  coral reefs.
Many international underwater photographers.

2. Karimun islands in western Java are famous for their sharks.

Shark. Hmm, who does not know this type of mammal animal. The ferocity, no doubt. His sharp teeth can of course easily rip the prey at once, not to mention humans. So no wonder if sharks are the most feared sea animals.
Well,  on the big Menjangan Island Karimunjawa, Jepara, Central Java, there is  a location where we can actually chatting with white sharks  (carcharodon carsharias) without any worries.
"Just do not hold the tail. If held, yes iso bite. If arep holds just ngelus his head only. I  do not bite, "said Karso, one of the boat crew who became our guide  while visiting one of the floating houses on Menjangan Besar Island,  Karimun Jawa National Park,
In a floating house which is also a place of lodging for these tourists, dozens of sharks.

2.  Klayar Beach. 

Klayar Beach is one of the beaches located in the district of Pacitan (East Java), precisely in the district Donorojo. This beach is still quite beautiful because not too many who visited this beach. In the Lebaran season yesterday (in 2010) this beach has been more  crowded compared with my visit in 2009. Outside season Eid is still  relatively quiet.
Large white sand stretches, soft sand. Geological  trajectories around Klayar Beach offer an understanding of coastal  morphology that is influenced by geological structures and symptoms of  active removal of the southern coast. The appointment is indicated by the exposure of the rock-glyic deposits (beach-rock), which are partially covered by seaweed.
On the beach with white sand you can also enjoy the scenery is quite interesting. On the west side, you can climb up the hill to see the scenery towards the open sea or the scenery around the coast of Klayar. On the east side you can climb to the rocks. In this place there is a kind of fountain that comes from a rock hole is affected by the waves of the south coast.
The blow pipe effect on this beach produces bursts of water as high as a dozen meters followed by a shrill sound. A geyser-like burst. This happens periodically.
The phenomenon is caused by the depression of seawater and air trapped in the channel along the rock cracks by the waves. Abrasions that erode rocks form a variety of wakes called tafon
A  typical beach Klayar is a beach that can be enjoyed from the sights and  atmosphere, not a typical beach that is suitable for swimming. If you are happy with the world of photography, this beach is suitable to be immortalized in the camera.
In  addition there is also a natural fountain. This fountain occurs because  the wave of air pressure in the sea that hit the rock hollow rock. The height of the fountain that can reach about 10 meters and can  produce drizzle and moisture of this sea water, by the surrounding  community is believed to have a special quality as a youthful medicine.
Distance of Klayar beach from Yogyakarta approximately 110 km, with route Jl. Wonosari - Pathuk - Wonosari - Pracimantoro - Giritontro taken in about three hours. Given  this Klayar beach has not been passed by public transport, then to get  to this location you have to use private vehicles such as motorcycles or  cars. From the main road of Pracimantoro - Pacitan, you can turn right (there is a signpost). Distance from there to the beach Klayar still approximately 20 km. Some parts of the road to Klayar beach are many holes in the road, so you have to be careful.
Among some other beaches in Pacitan, I think Klayar beach is the most interesting beach scene. You who love the beach tour are guaranteed not regret visiting this beach :-)
Glimpse of Klayar Beach Pacitan:
* No lodging yet
* There are already some food stalls serving meatballs, chicken noodles and soup
* To go to the beach Pacitan charged around Rp 6,000, - (one motor plus two people)
* There is no public transportation to the beach Klayar.


4. Sadeng Beach.

Long  time ago River Bengawan Solo flow calmly from upstream in the northern  region to empty into Sadeng Beach which is now located in Gunung Kidul  Regency. However, four million years ago, a geological process took place. The Australian plate plunged down the island of Java, causing the plains of Java Island to slowly rise. River currents finally can not fight until finally the flow turned to the north. The original path finally stayed a trail that slowly dries because there is no more water flowing. This region became rich in limestone hills that, according to some studies, were originally coral reefs below sea level.
Now,  the former popular stream through keroncong song entitled Bengawan Solo  Gesang creation that became an interesting tourist attraction. Not  to forget Sadeng Beach which became his estuary, in addition to being a  tourist attraction also became one of the major fishing ports in  Yogyakarta. Both become valuable geological footprints. Some time ago, had held a tour package along the path of Bengawan Solo Purba up to its estuary.
On the way to Sadeng Beach, a few hundred meters of Bengawan Solo Ancient flow path can be enjoyed the scenery. The flow path can be seen after arriving near the blue plank bearing "Girisubo - the Capital District". Pausing by the side of the road to the beach or walking slowly is the  most appropriate way to enjoy the views of this flow, while providing  the opportunity to capture it with the camera.
There were two high limestone hills stretching over a lowland which was originally a flow path. The  lowlands which now become the land of the cultivation of local  residents are beautifully curved, extending as far as 7 kilometers to  the north, to the Pracimantoro region in Wonogiri regency. The bend made the eyes tempted to tread it northward to the place of the flow of the river.
The flow path can also be traced to the south to the former estuary at Sadeng Beach. According  to one of the fishermen, the estuary of Bengawan Solo Purba is on the  east coast, the area that now includes the fishing port area. However, the south will not be as beautiful as the north, because the  road leading to Sadeng Beach is not in line with the largest river flow  path in Java.
When you get to the beach, then the different scenery will be found. The coastal region has also undergone changes, such as the flow path that is now the fields of the population. Sadeng Beach is now the most advanced fishery port in Yogyakarta,  proven by its supporting facilities, such as larger motorboats, fueling  terminals, fisherman's houses to fish auction and cooperatives.
The development of Sadeng as a fish port also has its own story. Around 1983, a group of fishermen from Gombong, Central Java came to this place. They consider Sadeng very potential as a place to go to sea. The challenge is quite heavy, not only because of the great southern  sea waves, but also the belief of the local people who do not allow  fishing and beach areas that are supposedly wingit.
However,  one of the fishermen named Pairo who met YogYES, reveals that Gombong  fisherman at that time believed, "Sopo Wae mlebu Sadeng Sedeng". Means anyone who dares to live in Sadeng will be given the power to live. Finally, endure a group of fishermen from Gombong, little by little  until the catch of fish continues to rise and they are able to survive.
Progress continues to be achieved. In 1986, a fish auction site was built and a lighthouse-equipped port was built to support fishing activities. Around 1989, there was a cooperative to help the fishermen. Until finally in 1995, an office that took care of the catch of fish  at the same time pondok similar kind of rented house for the fishermen.
Traveling around the coast is a way to enjoy fishery progress in Sadeng. There  will be a group of fishermen cleaning the boats, transporting the fish  from the boat to the auction, grinding the ice cubes to put in the  fishbox before being distributed, to the fishermen mothers who take care  of the children at the lodge. All residents of the beach seemed busy with fishing activities.
In addition, can also down the beach in the east and toward the sand dune near the lighthouse. The view of the open sea will be evident, along with the great waves pounding. Unlike the beach in Gunung Kidul generally, Sadeng not many have giant corals so that the eyes will not be obstructed. Sometimes, it can also be witnessed fishing boats that are at sea.
Visiting Sadeng is like witnessing an evolutionary process. During  the journey, it can be remembered the evolution of the lowland Bengawan  Solo Ancient flow path from where the flow of hin water.

5.  Kolbano Beach.

For  most tourists visiting the coastline filled with white sand or black  sand is a common thing that we can see, but what about the coastline  filled with colorful rocks that are very beautiful and unique, could be a  new scene for you. This you can see and feel only along the coast of Kolbano Beach.
Kolbano Beach is located in Kolbano Village, Kolbano District, South Central Timor District (TTS), East Nusa Tenggara Province. The total area of ​​Kolbano Village is 17 Km2. Kolbano Beach is famous for its color stones and has been exploited by local people since 1971.
The color stones on the coast of Kolbano Beach, has a variety of shapes and colors. There are red, green, yellow, black, even a patterned stone was there. Also there are stones that have three colors (red, black and beige).
The beauty of Kolbano Beach can be enjoyed by tourists both coming from areas around East Nusa Tenggara and other areas. If you live in Jakarta, you can use Mandala Airlines, Sriwijaya  Airlines, Batavia Airlines or Merpati Airlines to Kupang for ± 6 hours.
Upon  arrival at Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, there are 2 (two) options you  can do: You can stay 1 (one) night in Kupang or you can proceed directly  to Kolbano Beach (depending on time available). If  you want to continue the trip to Kolbano Beach, then you can use the  services of travel or city bus Kolbano direction by paying the fee for  Rp.60.000, -. However it is recommended that you depart on Pk. 06.00 WITA, because the bus that departs from the bus terminal Kupang  only one trip and travel from Kupang to the beach Kolbano taken for ± 6  hours.
If  you have arrived at Kolbano Beach, you can look for a lodging house in a  residential house with a rental system, or you can stay at the TTS  Pemda Mess.

6. Serang Blitar Beach.

Serang beach is located in the village of Serang, Panggungrejo district, about 40 km from the city of Blitar. Every month of Suro, a ceremony is held at this beach. The beach is also often used to estimate the month of Ramadan and determine the day of Eid al-Fitr.
The beach is located on the coast of the Indian Ocean is actually composed of 3 beach complexes. In addition to the main beach which when the 1st sura held a  food-serving ceremony, in the western direction across the hill there is  a second beach with white sand that is not too wide when compared with  the first beach.
Serang beach is a beautiful natural beach. Spread the white sand along the shore. Visitors can do many activities on this beach such as swimming, sunbathing, fishing, boating, etc. This beach is one of the famous beaches in Blitar district. Visit Blitar beach and you will discover an unforgettable new experience throughout your journey. In addition, the visitors will also witness the traditional ceremony on this beach that is held every year.
Further to the west again there is a third wider beach than the two previous beaches. This beach has a sloping expanse of white sand with a wave that is not so swift. Formerly around the coast is filled with beautiful white rocks people  call it with the stone Lintang because the model of a shimmering white  stone, but now these rocks have been explored because of its value  mengiurkan.
Fishermen, is the livelihood of residents around the coast
On  the beach (approximately 20 meters from the shore) there is a fishing  village that is clamped by a hill on the right and left. Not far from the fishing village there is a place where fishing boats are leaning. On the left side of this bay there is a cliff of coral that is usually used as a fishing ground by hobbyist fishing. In  this area are also many traditional Lobster seekers using simple  equipment that is a long hose as a tool to help breathing when diving  catch the lobster attached to the coral reef. 


So much information about the beauty in my country indonesia that maybe many out there who do not know it.
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beautiful

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thanks :)
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Very cool !!!

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nice one thank you brother :)

Loved the photos and the information. Thanks for sharing

Thank you for all the info on the natural charms of Indonesia. upvoted :)