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  • Alas Purwo National Park

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    This is a part of the adventurer’s code written above one of the entrances to the Alas Purwo National Park, that sends a strong message to anyone entering the area to heed and preserve one of Mother Nature’s greatest gifts to mankind. Covering a total area of 43,420 hectares, the Alas Purwo Park is situated

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  • Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu Waterfalls

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    This is another cascade pair you must see when you visit Lombok. Situated in Central Lombok regency, just a one and a half hour’s drive from , Benang Stokel and Benang Kelambu are waterfalls located only around one kilometer apart from each other. The unique must-see quality of these falls is that instead of being greeted

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  • Tanjung Lesung Marine Festival 2016

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    Situated at the west- most end of Java Island, across the majestic Krakatau Volcanic Islands in the Sunda Strait, the Tanjung Lesung Resort in Banten Province will come alive with festivities when the Tanjung Lesung Marine Festival takes place from (18-20/11) 2016.

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  • Yeh Malet

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    Yeh Malet Beach, situated in Antiga Village in the sub-district of Manggis, is a tourist destination in Karangasem that is ideal for unwinding after journeying along Amlapura-Depasar road. The area is equipped with a rest area and several food stalls and from here visitors can continue on to many of Karangsem’s fascinating tourist attractions.

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  • Padangbai

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    Padangbai has developed into a nature and cultural tourist attraction in the same area as Candidasa tourist resort situated at Padangbai Village, Manggis Subdistrict, Karangasem. It is about 25 km from the city of Amlapura, 13 km from Candidasa tourist resort, and about 31 km from Denpasar.

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  • Jemeluk

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    Based on local folklore, the name Jemeluk originated from the Balinese word menyeluk or seluk meaning “bay”. This area is famous for its underwater attractions. Jemeluk is situated at Purwakerti village, Abang subdistrict – about 100 km from Denpasar or 21 km from Amlapura.

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