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    Life In An Indonesian Village

    Indonesia boasts a range of holiday spots, accommodating everyone from the urban backpacker exploring the city to the luxury resort for those in search of some rejuvenation. But with over half the population of the world’s 4th most populous nation living in rural areas, have you ever wondered how the everyday, ordinary ...

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    The Kratons Of Cirebon

    On the glistening northern coast of West Java lies a port town with a rich past – Cirebon. Formerly referred to as Cheribon in English, the town was founded in 1478 and is the seat of a former sultanate – one of the earliest Islamic states established in Java.

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    Five Must-See Sites In Central Java, Indonesia

    Central Java, located exactly in the middle of Java Island, is the island's cultural, geographic, and historic heartland. If you are planning a trip to the area, here are some sites you should not miss.

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    A Taste Of Indonesia

    Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and home to over 240 million people. Traveling through Indonesia is a culinary journey unlike any other. Its cuisine has been similarly shaped with influences from China, Europe and India.

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