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The Most Populous Island in the World

Created by Koentje3000 on March 29, 2006 Best of IgoUgo

13 Reviews
3 Stories

We traveled for 20 days through the Indonesian island of Java, the most populous island in the world and home to a few of its largest cities. Nevertheless, there is still natural beauty and history to discover here.

West Java

Created by Marianne on April 4, 2003 Best of IgoUgo

9 Reviews
1 Story

Banten, Carita, Rangkasbitung, Pelabuhanratu; all are cities quite close to Jakarta, but few tourists ever visit these places.

Semarang: Capital of Central Java

Created by Marianne on December 7, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

These days tourists have to be extra vigilant, not only in Indonesia but in all countries. Semarang, central Java, is not a tourist destination, and quite safe to visit. However, you need not go there yourself, sit back, take a virtual trip and read this journal.

Java - Land of Confusion

Created by Ozzy-Dave on January 13, 2002 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
4 Stories

Haunted by spiralling population, economic and political problems, the most populous island in South East Asia is a land of contrasts with an uncertain future. Java is an island of striking natural beauty, rich in cultural history. But it's getting harder to recognise it.

Mt Bromo - Sureal and Spectacular!

Created by kotitihaere on May 7, 2007

2 Reviews

From night to day!

Bromo Mt, East Java - Vision of the earth

Created by namakulia on April 11, 2005

1 Review

A trip to the vision of the earth - Bromo Mountain as one of the most famous volcanic mountains in Indonesia, famous as the sand sea.

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Java Adventure

Created by Shoey on September 1, 2002

1 Review
1 Story

A whistle stop tour of Java. Taking in temples and local attractions, culminating with Mount Bromo!

The Temples & Volcanos of Java

Created by uncoding on May 8, 2002

2 Reviews
1 Story

This is an introduction to Java, the most densely populated place in the world. The large patches of modern development on this tropical island cannot blot out the beauty of the landscapes of stepped rice and tobacco fields and smoking volcanos, and so you must spend some time here on your travels to Indonesia. The traditional sights along the roadside will delight as you fly by on fast buses that loom over the peasants.These journals will take you on short trips to Temple Borobodur and Prambanan, then on a suspenseful midnight trip to the lava flows on Mount Merapi and on an overnight to the picturesque volcano, Mount Bromo. For rest we will tour the highly recommended city of Yogyakarta where you can take a horse cart through the streets to the sultan's historic residence, the Kraton, or to a puppet show.

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Jalan-jalan in Java

Created by Kennerly on July 24, 2000

4 Reviews
1 Story

My Indonesia adventure began in Jakarta and took me through West Java to Cibodas, then down to the South Java Sea to a beach town called Pangandaran. From there I went on to Yogyakarta and finally, Mt. Bromo in the East.



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