24.3.15

[tourismindonesia] The Indonesia Channel (TIC) Launches 'The Best of Bali' and 'Hot Indonesia' Nationwide on MHz Worldview



The Indonesia Channel (TIC) Launches 'The Best of Bali' and 'Hot Indonesia' Nationwide on MHz Worldview

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MHz Networks10 hours ago
FALLS CHURCH, VA--(Marketwired - Mar 23, 2015) - Two programs from The Indonesia Channel (TIC) join the national MHz Worldview programming line-up on March 14, 2015. The launch is the national TV debut of TIC content in the United States.
More than 44 Million viewers can watch Hot Indonesia at 11 AM ET and The Best of Bali at 11:30 AM ET on Saturdays on MHz Worldview throughout the U.S.
The Indonesia Channel (TIC) is Indonesia's first English TV channel. TIC launched June 2, 2014, with an exciting mix of programming designed to inform and entertain viewers around the world.
Hot Indonesia tackles the country's biggest issues and breaks them down in an informative and lively format. The hosts, Dalton Tanonaka, Rahayu Saraswati and Yenny Wahid, offer their perspectives and opinions every week on topics ranging from serious to silly.
The Best of Bali is the ultimate insider's guide to the best of the island. Hosted by Jamie Aditya, viewers see the beautiful and diverse world of Bali, digging deeper into what makes Bali amazing and unique from profiles of local fashion designers to a hidden piece of paradise in a tucked away corner of the island to a new green community.
Dalton Tanonaka, TIC Chief Executive Officer, says, "We not only want to entertain viewers with our colorful and exciting content, but educate them on the growing global role of the world's fourth-biggest country."
See where to watch on MHz Worldview here:http://www.mhznetworks.com/mhz-worldview/carriage.
Viewers can also watch the programs the same day and times via MHz iOS and Android apps, on Google TV, Roku, AudioNow and at http://www.mhznetworks.com/mhz-worldview/live.
The Indonesia Channel (TIC) is streamed live on its website (www.theindonesiachannel.com), and can also be viewed by downloading its free mobile application from the Apple AppStore and Google Play.



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1.3.15

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13.2.15

[tourismindonesia] Penginapan "Rumah Deedee" by sahaBATMUSeum



Djikalau datang ke Djakarta, djangan lupa untuk menginap di:
 
"Rumah Deedee"
 
Satu penginapan jang dikelola oleh sahaBATMUSeum familie.
 
Lihat advertentie-nja jang terdapat pada lampiran email ini.
 
Informatie lebi compleet, sila buka www.rumahdeedee.com
 

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10.2.15

[tourismindonesia] kaos SPICE ISLANDS & BANDA NAIRA [3 Attachments]

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Jumpa lagi !!!
 
Pertama-tama tolong di-add ulang pin bb kami 23975cbc
karena tempo hari bb-nya kecebur laut di Maluku, tapi skr
sudah kembali normal. Ma'ap kami tidak punya WhatsApp
(WA). Mohon dimaklumi karena hpnya lawas *kesian yah*
 
sahaBATMUSeum ujug-ujug dateng langsung nawarin kaos.
Kali ini bertema "Kepulauan MALUKU". Bahan kaos 24s yang
adem & ringan, bikin badan segeeeer. Ada 2 macam design:
 
1. SPICE ISLANDS, warna Misty. (Di bagian belakang kaos,
    tertulis tanggal "22-23-24-25-26-27-28-29-30 November
    2014", yg merupakan kaos "PTD: Negeri Rempah-Rempah"
    yg sudah pernah diadakan ke Kep.Maluku pada tahun lalu.

    Bagi yg kemaren gak ikutan PTD di mari, boleh kok mesen
    kaosnya. Bisa 1, 2, 3 helai, atau mau beli lusinan juga OK.

2. BANDA NAIRA, warna Biru, kayak warna New York Knicks.
    (di bagian belakang kaos ada tulisan "Since 1667, Treaty
    of Breda" yg merupakan tahun disepakatinya pertukaran
    wilayah Manhattan -yg kemudian wilayah ini disebut dgn
    New York- dengan Pulau Run di Kepulauan Banda Naira di
    Kepulauan Maluku). 2 wilayah beda dunia, kini beda nasib.
 
    Buat yang sudah pernah berkunjung ke Banda Naira, atau
    yang kepengen banget ke sana tapi belum ada waktunya,
    atau yang suka aja sama design kaosnya ini dan berhasrat
    memilikinya dan ingin dipakai di Banda Naira atau New York,
    Jakarta, Amsterdam, London, Sydney, Tokyo, dimana saja,
    silahkan dipesen juga kaosnya, kali2 aja nanti jd heitttss :)
 
Pesanlah, pesanlah, jangan sampe orderannya ditutup (Order
ditutup tgl 22 Februari 2015, di hari Minggu malem 23.59 WIB).
Kaos kelar kurang lebihnya sebulan kemudian (Mid-Maret dah).
 
Untuk resolusi yang lebih gede, silahkan request via email dan
nanti akan kami kirimkan, agar lebih enak dilihatnya (terutama
yg kaos BANDA NAIRA, kerlap-kerlip bintangnya lebih nampak).

Tersedia dalam berbagai macam ukuran:

1. Cowok (normal, model standard kaos)
2. Cewek (normal, model standard kaos)
3. Cewek (bodyfit, ketat di badan)
4. Sabrina (pada bagian leher agak lebar designnya)
5. Panjang (bahan kaos lebih panjang ke bawah, untuk dipadu-
    kan dengan bawahan celana legging)
6. Anak-anak (tetapi tidak bisa yg kecil banget krn menyesuai-
   kan dengan design image pada kaos yg agak-agak melingker)
   Tolong kabari ukuran tubuh anaknya terlebih dahulu, jikalau 
   ukurannya sanggup untuk dikerjakan, maka akan kami buat-
   kan sesuai dgn ukuran tubuh putra-putri Bapak-Ibu sekalian.

- Untuk ukuran Cowok (no.1) & Cewek (no.2, 3) dapat dibuat
  dengan model lengan panjang (long sleeve), namun untuk yg
  ukuran Sabrina, Panjang dan Anak-Anak tidak bisa (maaf yah).

- Lihat contoh kaos dan ukuran kaos pada lampiran email ini.

Harga: Rp.90.000,- (sembilan puluh ribu rupiah) untuk semua
macam ukuran. Tersedia size S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL & XXXXL.

On-kost kirim ke wilayah Jabodetabek = Rp.10.000,- per kirim
(bukan per helai). Untuk di luar wilayah itu, on-kost kirim akan
diberitahukan kemudian setelah di check di TIKI atau JNE. Ok? 

Untuk pemesanan, lekas kirimkan email ke: adep@cbn.net.id !
(adep at cbn dot net dot id). Batas akhir pemesanan tanggal:
22 Februari 2015. Kaos mulai diproses tanggal 23 Februari 2015
dan diperkirakan kelarnya sekitar 3 minggu sampe sebulan. Dan
pengiriman kaos akan dilakukan ke alamat Bapak-Ibu sekalian :)

Memoedjiken dengen hormat,
Ade Purnama (Adep)
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2.2.15

[tourismindonesia] File - contact person tourism indonesia.txt

Contact Person
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Dear members,

Silakan kalau berminat ingin menambahkan.

Terima kasih


Salam Wisata Nusantara!



Radityo Djadjoeri
Moderator



Kalimantan

Natigor Tour n Travel
Ruko Balikpapan Baru Blok AB 2 No.16
Phone :( 0542 ) 877648
Fax:( 0542 ) 877254
YM: natigorparna@yahoo.com
kontak: Martin
Website: www.natigor.

Keisya Tours and Travel
Jl Kampung Kelawi No 43 Padang
Telp : 0751 9508927 facs : 0751 891436
Email : keisyatour1@gmail.com
YM & FB : dyan_hamama@yahoo.com

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29.1.15

[tourismindonesia] Mass wedding and an army parade in Indonesia



Image of Asia: Mass wedding and an army parade in Indonesia

Brides and grooms sit on top of an Indonesian Army vehicle during a mass wedding ceremony organized in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. Thousands of couples registered for the mass marriage sponsored by the Indonesian Armed Forces. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim) Brides and grooms sit on top of an Indonesian Army vehicle during a mass wedding ceremony organized in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. Thousands of couples registered for the mass marriage sponsored by the Indonesian Armed Forces. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim) The Associated Press

In this photo by Achmad Ibrahim, brides and grooms sit on top of an Indonesian army vehicle during a mass wedding organized in Jakarta for couples who could not afford the ceremony on their own. Thousands of couples registered for the event sponsored by the Jakarta government, a foundation and the military, which also paraded army vehicles at the Jakarta Sports Palace. Mass wedding ceremonies are common in Indonesia.


Image of Asia: Mass wedding and an army parade in Indonesia





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20.1.15

[tourismindonesia] Bali of the mind



Bali of the mind

NEW YORK CITY — Despite the long haul from this city, taking advantage of a mileage program, I visited Bali for a week as a break from the cold of January, before another spring semester of teaching began and the incessant demands of academe resumed their clamorous role in my life.

Ah, Bali! Or is it Bali Hai? Or Hi, Bali? Or perhaps Bali High? Even though Indonesia metes out the death penalty for drug users and dealers, as it just did recently, executing a Dutch person and a Brazilian despite protests from their respective governments, according to my friend Ricker, a painter and writer who grew up in the Bronx and now lives on the island with his Chinese-Indonesian wife Jovita, you still have a sizeable number of people willing to take that risk for either profit or pleasure, or both. I suppose drugs would be one snake in this beautiful tropical island garden.

The other would be terrorism, from Islamic fundamentalists. In Kuta, the seaside town favored by backpackers and fervent partygoers—think Boracay on a larger scale—there is a memorial to victims of the 2002 bomb blast that leveled a bar and killed 202 patrons of varying nationalities, with more than a third from Australia. The Jemaah Islamiya, the extremist Islamist group suspected to have links with the Abu Sayyaf in Mindanao, was behind the bombing, and in 2008 the plotters were convicted and executed.

Alcohol, of course, is easily available here, unlike the rest of this sprawling archipelago of more than 13,000 islands, with the largest population of Muslims in the world. It is consumed, often in great quantities inevitably leading to bar brawls and unruly behavior on the part of visitors, frowned upon in a culture that prizes decorum—what the sociologists like to term as Smooth Interpersonal Relations—and obviously, venomously, detested by Islamic fundamentalists.

Unlike the rest of the country, Bali is mostly Hindu, with its largest minority being the Muslims and the smallest being the Christians. Hinduism is the legacy of centuries of Indian influence, which peaked with the 13thcentury Majapahit Empire that included Java. Once the empire declined, coincident with the rise of Islam towards the end of the 13th century, a significant number of intellectuals and artists moved to Bali from Java. (Islam would then spread to the southern Philippines by the 14th century.)

In the town of Sanur, where I stayed, the earliest visible legacy of Hinduism is the Blanjong pillar, encased in a large wooden-and-glass enclosure at a nearby temple, with its Sanskrit inscriptions dating from the 9thcentury. The day I walked over from the hotel, I was the only visitor, except for an elderly woman who had come to place floral offerings at the shrine, over which loomed a very old and giant banyan tree, like some guardian deity. The woman reminded me of another middle-aged woman performing the same function at the hotel, which has two Hindu shrines, one by the entrance, and the second, larger one within the hotel grounds. Every morning I would watch this woman, dressed in a sarong and a white collarless blouse, pad about both shrines, placing fresh floral offerings and lighting votive incense, then sweeping the ground of leaves.

The island is full of temples and shrines large and small, and one finds offerings, usually an arrangement of flowers and palm leaves in doorways, driveways, gardens and on the beach. To my mind, this is really where the magic of Bali resides, in the manner with which the Balinese way of life coexists with tourism, able to accommodate the attendant pressures of modernity without giving up its soul. The revenues from tourism are substantial, as the island has on the average 10 million visitors a year, a figure that the Philippines can only dream about.

Sure, Bali has spectacular beaches, palm trees, emerald-green rice terraces, postcard-pretty tropical landscapes and weather that encourages informal or little wear at all. (Bikinis are commonplace here, not so in the rest of the country, according to Jovita.) But so do many other tropical islands, the Philippines among them. While the Balinese cater to the tourists, they seem to do so sans obsequiousness. Comfortable in their own skin, they display a certain grace and, like the true sophisticate, feel no need to demonstrate that they are on a par with the visitor, not economically perhaps, but certainly culturally and socially.

On a day trip with Ricker and his wife as my guides, we visited Ubud, not far from Sanur and situated inland, and the surrounding countryside, so I could get a better sense of Bali. Ubud is the island's cultural capital, where the royal palace, still inhabited by the royal family, is. Other attractions included the Sacred Monkey Forest, held up as an example of the harmonious coexistence of humans and nature and rice terraces. Apparently, the rice terraces were the backdrop to scenes from the 2010 movie "Eat Pray Love" (based on the 2006 eponymous memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert), with Julia Roberts in the lead role. Ricker says, laughing, that for a while you had a number of Julia Roberts wannabes in town, all "looking for the perfect Balinese lover."

Ubud is hilly, with an atmosphere quite different from the beach towns along the eastern and southern coasts. After exploring a handicraft shop, we had lunch at a place the couple favored: a lechon house, only here it is known as babi guling. Again, a dish that you wouldn't get in most of Indonesia. The skin and meat were almost as tasty as our lechon; I did miss the liver sauce that renders roast pork even more delicious.

It isn't difficult to see why Bali, with its unique culture, along with Gauguin's Tahiti, occupies a central place in the popular Western imagination, helped along by the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, "South Pacific" (based on James Michener's Tales of the South Pacific), where the island of Bali Ha'i can be seen in the distance, seemingly within reach but really unattainable. Often described as "the morning of the world," Bali, or more accurately, the idea of Bali, is the epitome of a tropical paradise, an equatorial Shangri-La, a warm-weather Brigadoon. It can, of course, and has been a site of the Orientalist imagination, and that it most certainly continues to be, for many of those who traipse there. But to limit one's approach to the Orientalist looking glass is to miss the deeper significance of Bali, there in the beautiful gestures of lives lived simply, not in opposition to but in harmony with Nature.



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