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EMERALD OF THE EQUATOR
Indonesia - On of the most diverse and cultural biological environments on the planet, and you'll just begin to crack the mystery that is nicknamed the Emerald of the Equator.
EXPLORE INDONESIA
Bali, Lombok, Papua, Kalimantan, Sumbawa, Java, Sulawesi, Sumatra and more ...
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BALI YOGYAKARTA 5D4N
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LÆS MERE OM INDONESIEN
Den bedste måde at finde ud af om Indonesien er med AWIRA den virkelige indonesiske rejsebureauet.
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TOP DESTINATIONS
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Indonesia Travel - Insider's Secret Follow interesting news and stories about travel and Indonesia destinations.
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Welcome to AWIRA Tours & Travel
As a Full Service Travel Agent we pride ourselves in the ability to meet and exceed your expectations. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, you can count on us to handle the details.
Top Destinations
Planning a trip is a tedious task. It takes a lot of time and energy, and possibly with unexpected and disappointing result ... unless, you know the destination very well. Check out some popular travel destinations in Indonesia, spread out the map of Indonesia, study our packages ... or drop us email to customize your itinerary.

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SUMATRA
Explore the lush jungles or pristine beaches
BALI
Catch the spirit of Raja Kelana.
JAVA
The land of mystics and ancient traditions.
SULAWESI
The colours of Sulawesi.
LOMBOK
The land of hobbits and sorcerers.
INDONESIA HOLIDAYS (November - December 2013)
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Islamic New Year 1435 H
Wednesday, December 25, 2013 Christmas Day
Thursday, December 26, 2016 Shared Holiday

Shared Holiday is an extended holiday.
The Indonesian Way
It's not surprising that Indonesia's national motto is 'Unity in Diversity' since there are few places in the world that offer such cultural variety and geographical complexity as Indonesia.


Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with 18,108 islands (based on 2003 satellite imaging data), stretching along the equator for more than 5,000 km. Superimposed on the United States or Europe, Indonesia would stretch roughly from San Francisco to New York or from Madrid to Moscow.

Nearly 60% of Indonesia's land is forested and a significant portion is mountainous and volcanic. Some mountains on Sumatra and Irian Jaya exceed 3,000 metres in height. Mt Merapi, on Java, is regarded as the most volatile of Indonesia's 500 volcanoes – 12% of which are still active!

It is the fourth most heavily populated country in the world after China, India and the United States with 228 million people (2002), comprising some 300 ethnic groups who speak an estimated 583 languages and dialects.

Unlike in any other countries, where order is in place, Indonesia is disorganized, chaotic, and very strange for first-time visitors. It requires a little bit of mind-adjustment and a lot of tolerance, and only then ... eventually you'll enjoy being here ... and want to come back again ... why ... because there is no other place like it on earth ...

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