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Thursday, March 21, 2013

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Salah satu Bandara yang Menantang diDunia

Bagi kamu yang pernah ke Bali pasti tahu pesawat yang tiba di bandara internasional Ngurah Rai yang mendekat di landasan pacu di seberang pantai. Sebuah pemandangan yang spektakuler saat kamu bisa melihat begitu dekat pesawat Boeing 747 yang sebenarnya hampir menyentuh daratan. Meskipun bukan sebuah hal yang unik di dunia, namun ada sebuah bandara dimana landasan pacunya sangat dekat dengan pantai yaitu Bandara Internasional Juliana di Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten adalah bagian dari Belanda yang berada di pulau kecil yang terletak di Karibia. Besarnya pulau itu sepersepuluh daripada Singapura dan pulau itu terbagi menjadi dua wilayah negara bagian yakni Perancis dan Belanda. Pulau itu menjadi tujuan wisata terkenal. Bandara di sebagian Belanda, Bandara Internasional Juliana memiliki 1.5 juta penumpang setiap tahunnya dan mampu menerbangkan pesawat besar Boeing 747 Jumbo. Dikarenakan kurangnya lahan, menjadikan landasan pacu yang cukup pendek hanya sekitar 2180 meter dan hampir tidak cukup untuk jenis pesawat jet berat. Bandara Juliana juga terjepit di antara laut dan perbukitan sehingga membuat penerbangan dan pendaratan di bandara internasional Juliana merupakan salah satu yang paling menantang di dunia karena pendeknya landasan pacu sehingga ketika pesawat akan mendarat harus terbang sangat rendah ketika mendekati landasan pacu, tepat di atas pantai Maho.

Letaknya yang sangat dekat dengan pantai Maho menjadikan bandara ini tempat yang sangat terkenal bagi para planespotter untuk mengambil gambar datangnya pesawat jet jumbo yang spektakuler. Ada begitu banyak gambar yang tak terhingga seperti: pesawat sangat besar terbang 10 meter diatas para turis yang sedang santai dan seringkali mereka dikira mengada-ada. Padahal sebenarnya gambar-gambar tersebut memang nyata. Masih tidak percaya, lihatlah video YouTube yang mengesankan di bawah ini.

Monday, January 21, 2013

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Gayana Eco Resort, Kinabalu, Malaysia

Gayana Eco Resort

Malohom Bay, Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Gaya Island, 88300, MY

Experience Gayana Eco Resort, an enchanting family resort in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. This eco-friendly, eco-exciting resort offers a blend of nature and luxurious, modern civilization, only 20 minutes from bustling Kota Kinabalu City. Each family accommodation overlooks the South China Sea while the rainforest appears in the distance. Don't miss the vibrant marine life at this snorkeling and scuba diving paradise. Gayana Eco Resort is a truly exceptional hotel that lends itself to a truly exceptional family vacation in Malaysia.

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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Ramayana Ballet at Prambanan, Yogyakarta

Based on an epic Hindu poem, the story of model king Rama was adapted to become an important local dance, encompassing the Javanese style, culture and music. Whilst the story originated in India, the Javanese version is truly representative of the local art and culture.
In the evenings, this ballet comes to life, enacted by over 200 professional  
dancers and musicians on an open air stage that takes advantage of the Prambanan Temples as a backdrop.

Prambanan’s Siva Temple depicts the ballet as interpreted locally in a series of 
stone reliefs, making the link to the site hundreds of years strong.

Upcoming indoor (Tri Murti) performance dates:
DESEMBER 2012 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29

Ticket prices are as follows:


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Monday, November 26, 2012

Discover the Wonderfull of St. Barth West Indies

About St. Barth Island

This arid, volcanic rock of just eight square miles is home to an eclectic mix of iguanas, night-blooming cactus, and fabulous beaches as well as luxury yachts, designer boutiques, and celebrities… Peopled primarily by descendents of the original French settlers and transplanted Europeans, this is an island with a strong, independent personality. Through the vagaries of its history it became a duty-free port and more recently liberated itself from the administrative yoke of Guadeloupe. It is certainly the most unusual of the French West Indies islands.


Discovered by Columbus in 1493, and named for his brother Bartolomeo, St. Barths was first settled in 1648 by French colonists from the nearby island of St. Kitts.
This original settlement was not a grand success, and, in 1651, the island was sold to the Knights of Malta.
Five years later, a raid by angry Carib Indians destroyed the settlement killing all the settlers. The victim's heads were placed on poles lining Lorient beach to discourage prowlers.
In 1763, the island was settled again, this time by French mariners from Normandy and Brittany. This colony succeeded. French buccaneers found the place hospitable, and brightened the economy with vast quantities of plunder taken from Spanish galleons. Monbars the Exterminator, a famous buccaneer of noble French descent, reputedly maintained his headquarters in St. Barths. His treasure is believed to be still hidden among the coves of Anse du Gouverneur, or buried in the sands of Saline.
Gradually the buccaneers became tradesmen, shopkeepers, fishermen, and small farmers. The island was too small, too rocky, and too dry to become part of the sugar economy of the larger islands.
Except for a brief military takeover by the British in 1758, St. Barths remained French until 1784, when it was sold suddenly to Sweden by one of Louis XVI's ministers in exchange for trading rights in the Swedish port of Gothenburg.
As a free port under Swedish rule, St. Barths served the useful purpose of providing a trade and supply center for the various factions of the colonial wars of the 18th century. When a sea captain captured a prize or raided a settlement, he could sell the booty in St. Barths, and at the same time resupply his ship. Overflowing warehouses surrounded a harbor packed with ships from many nations, and a mercantile tradition was established that has lingered to the present day. This period of prosperity was short-lived, however, as conflicts ended, and sailing ships were replaced with motor vessels.
France repurchased the island in 1878. The free port status remained, and does to this day, along with such Swedish mementoes as bits of architecture, a cemetery, a few street signs, and, of course, the name of the harbor and capital, Gustavia.
In 1946, Martinique and Guadeloupe, including St. Barths, were given the legal status of a Department of France with the same privileges and responsibilities as any of the Home Departments. This is analogous to the Americans conferring statehood upon Hawaii. The citizens were given French passports, and were expected to pay French taxes, and obey laws formulated in Paris. A Black baby, a descendant of slaves, born in a thatched hut beneath swaying palm trees of Guadeloupe, suddenly became just as French as Cyrano de Bergerac.
In 1957, American millionaire David Rockefeller bought a property: the notoriety of the island quickly grew and its transformation as an upscale tourist destination was underway.
In 1967, Britain cut loose most of their Caribbean dependencies because they had become a losing proposition, and were likely to remain so. Sugar is no longer a profitable product, and growing populations require more and more public services that local revenues cannot support. During that same year, France increased the amount of money sent to its islands, and has every year since.
During the last twenty years the resident population of St. Barths has more than doubled. Fewer natives are leaving, and growing number of outsiders are arriving to make an island home for themselves, especially from Metropolitan France.
In the past, outsiders came to St. Barths as a refuge. They valued privacy and detachment, and found differences of culture a welcome barrier to unwanted familiarity. They were interesting people, often eccentric, and preferred simplicity and meagerness to the hazards and resources of the wider world. Two local hotels, Eden Rock and Les Castelets, were designed and built by members of this vanishing breed.
Over the past 10 years, the islands of Saint Barthélemy and Saint Martin engaged in a process of political evolution that came to fruition on February 2007 with adoption of a new status, and the new Overseas Collectivity of Saint Barthélemy was born on July 15, 2007 and its first territorial council was elected. The 19 members elected Bruno Magras as the first president of the island council.
Today most newcomers arrive in search of opportunity, lured by descriptions in the popular press of a tax-free tropical paradise where well-heeled vacationing fools shower money on every uplifted palm. Most are doomed to disappointment. Living in St. Barths is easy; making a living is not, especially for the non-native.

Celebrities - Without the training and patience of a detective on a stakeout you won't see them wandering about unless they are young enough, or egocentric enough, to need frequent doses of admiring recognition. They come and go surreptitiously, briefly inhabit villas distinguished by their privacy, and occasionally patronize a handful of reservation-only restaurants. The impressive lists of vacationing luminaries that are unfailingly mentioned in travel magazines as part of the St. Barths scene are a mild curiosity to most residents, who wouldn't recognize Harrison Ford, Liz Claiborne, Beyoncé or Black Eyed Peas if they walked in the front door.

Beaches Bathing
Scuba Diving
Motor Yachts & Jet Skis

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Berjaya Hotels & Resorts Malaysia

Berjaya Hotels & Resorts is a luxury hotel chain with 12 properties in Malaysia, Asia Pacific and UK.
From the exotic island resorts of Tioman, Langkawi and Redang to the cities of Kuala Lumpur and Penang to the highlands of Berjaya Hills, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts’ prominence in Malaysia is further enhanced by the establishment of international hotels and resorts in Singapore, Seychelles, Sri Lanka and London.

Stay a minimum 2 nights and enjoy the following inclusions: - Complimentary daily breakfast - Complimentary internet access in room - Complimentary coffee/tea/juices all-day at the lounge - Complimentary local calls (exclude toll-free and mobile) - Complimentary printing/photocopy services at Business Center (max. copies apply) - Optional add on: MYR30 for 1-way transfer to airport upon departure (hotel -> airport)
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