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We are currently displaying picture galleries 11 to 20 out ot a total of 65 of picture galleries on indahnesia.com. Please use the navigation below to look through the other pages of the photobook. There are currently 7 pages to look at. The first page holds the most recent picture galleries. The higher the page number, the older the picture galleries. They are ordered by the last edit that was made to the photobook so updated ones show up on the first page.

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Sulawesi in pictures September 2009 - A set of almost 50 pictures of mainly natural landscapes of Sulawesi can be viewed on indahnesia.com now. Pictures are made by Rick Wezenaar, who was willing to share a bunch of pictures for publication on our website.
Last modified: 20 September 2009 07:44:49

OSA Goliath; Indonesian shipbuilding July 2009 - Earlier this year the OSA Goliath, built for Coastline Maritime by Drydocks World Pertama on the Indonesian island of Batam, was delivered. Earlier on, late 2008, I had the chance to bring a visit to this shipyard and have a look around on the then half-finished ship. With a dimension of 180x32x12 meters and a weight of 22,000 tonnes the vessel is undoubtedly the world's largest vessel in its class built so far and the largest ship ever built in Indonesia.
Last modified: 25 July 2009 06:18:40

Batam; the failed Singapore? April 2009 - Batam, at just a stones throw from the wealthy city-state of Singapore, has undergone tremendous growth just because of it's close proximity to that Singapore. Companies opened businesses on the island and the infrastructure was face-lifted. But the current Batam is in no way any match for Singapore because of a number of reasons. One of them, of course, is corruption.
Last modified: 10 May 2009 11:59:21

Along the train tracks of Jakarta March 2009 - Railroads are an integral part of the transport system on the islands of Java and Sumatra. Mainly in Jakarta are hundreds of kilometers of railroads hidden between buildings, rivers and roads. A part of it is no longer in use because all kinds of reasons, but the other part is still in use for transporting people and goods as of today.
Last modified: 19 April 2009 06:14:21

A stroll through Jakarta February 2009 - However Jakarta mainly is very hot, dirty and sticky, you can still stroll around in the early morning or afternoon and actually enjoy it. For those who like busy city life it is something they have to do at least once. During a stroll in mostly the northern part of the city you will see everyday things as well as utmost strange things. In this photobook are some 40 of those together.
Last modified: 17 April 2009 12:16:09

By train to Tanah Abang station January 2009 - During a short trip by electrical train from station Pondok Ranji in the southern suburbs of Jakarta to Tanah Abang somewhere in the center of the megapole, there is much to see in the train and in the direct vicinity of the two iron beams that carry the train through the urban jungle. This is a set of pictures made during Imlek, Chinese New Year. It was fairly quiet in the trains and on the stations.
Last modified: 25 March 2009 18:11:03

Presidential visit in pictures 16 December 2008 - President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was in Yogyakarta just for a short period. But as usual a President does not travel somewhere if he doesn't have his agenda filled. Coming from eastern Java yesterday, he traveled to the Prambanan temple in the morning while in the afternoon he officially opened Taman Pintar. His evening is probably filled with a dinner with the sultan and governor of Yogyakarta province, Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X, which could well be a next President as well.
Last modified: 17 December 2008 03:45:38

Whirlwind brings damage at Kampus UGM 7 November 2008 - Originating from a heavy rainstorm that started around three in the afternoon, a whirlwind suddenly came down directly above the campus of UGM, one of the most well-known universities of Indonesia. In just a few minutes time thousands of trees wend down, power lines snapped, parts of roofs were lifted and window panes were sucked out of their windows.
Last modified: 08 November 2008 12:55:25

One day exploring Kebun Raya Bogor August 2008 - Whether the Botanical Gardens in Bogor are an entire day out is up to you of course. But the place could very well be a days out; you will find yourself in a peaceful and green environment with a few ponds, well-maintained gardens and several places where you can enjoy a nap in the shadow of a big tree. With an entrance fee of just 10.000 Rupiah it is something you should not pass, but don't forget to be outside the gates when the gardens close!
Last modified: 21 September 2008 15:58:29

Deserted sandy white beaches July 2008 - A nice stretch of sandy white beach, just a few hundred meters long. The small road then turns inland over a few hills before ending up at the little harbour of Sadeng, in the remote southeastern corner of Yogyakarta province, at some two and a half hours drive from the city of Yogyakarta. Freshly caught fish is on sale here before the sun rises above the horison, good to buy here and eat a few beaches towards the west when the first rays of sun come over the hills.
Last modified: 20 July 2008 13:46:24
    
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