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Indonesia
Sumatra
Medan
 Medan is a major port city on the island of Sumatra.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Medan
 Building work in Medan.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Medan
 Maimoon Palace in Medan is the home of a former sultan. It dates from 1858.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Brastagi
 Karo Batak style church in Brastagi, their cultural centre.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Brastagi
 Karo Batak woman in Brastagi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Brastagi
 Sinabang Volcanao (2451m) near Brastagi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Lingga Village
 Karo Batak traditional house in Lingga Village.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Leuser Mountain National Park
 Leuser Mountain National Park is an area of dense rain forest in northern Sumatra.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Leuser Mountain National Park
 Orangutans in Leuser Mountain National Park. The word is Malay and means "man of the forest".
Indonesia
Sumatra
Lake Toba Region
 Lake Toba is the largest lake in South East Asia (1700 square km).
It is a giant volcanic crater.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Lake Toba Region
 Traditional longhouse in Simalungun Batak village near Lake Toba.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Lake Toba Region
 Close up of the Simalungun Batak longhouse.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Prapat
 Toba Batak woman in Prapat Market in Sumatra.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Samosir Island in Lake Toba is 30km long.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Samosir Island is the cultural centre of the Toba Bataks.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Samosir Island on Lake Toba is dotted with Toba Batak houses.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Row of Batak houses in Simanindo Village.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Sigalegale dancing puppet in Simanindo with Batak writing.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Male Batak dancer at Simanindo Village on Lake Toba's Samosir Island.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Female Batak dancer in traditional costume (Simanindo).
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Batak tomb on Samosir Island. The Toba Bataks are Christian.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 House decoration in Ambarita Village on Samosir Island.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Distinctive Toba Batak house with pointed roof on Samosir Island.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Tomok Village on Samosir Island is a typical Toba Batak settlement.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Tomb of King Sidabatu in Tomok (Samosir Island).
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Typical Simalungun Batak house on Samosir Island.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The centre of Bukittinggi, capital of the Minangkabu people. They are Muslim but matriachal.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Minangkabu house near Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The Bukittinggi Museum is a fine example of Minagkabu architecture with multiple pointed roofs.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Minangkabau woman selling corn in the market at Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Woman and child in Bukittinggi market.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Pagaruyung Palace near Bukittinggi is typical of Minangkabu architecture.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Detail from the decoration of Pagaruyung Palace.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The Raya Mosque, dating from 1916, in Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Beautiful rice terraces near Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Eruption of Mount Merapi (2890m) near Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Fertile landscape at Batang Palupah near the equator.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Pandai Sikat
 Decoration on a Minangkabu house in Pandai Sikat Village.
Indonesia
Balimbing
 Children at a long house in the village of Balimbing.
Indonesia
Java
Jakarta
 The Dutch Cathedral in Jakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 Bandung is the centre of Sundanese culture in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 One of the three craters of Tangkuban Prahu, a 1830m high volcano near Bandung.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 Maribaya Waterfall near Bandung.
Indonesia
Java
Dago
 Dago is a typical Sundanese village in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Fishing boats at Cirebon.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Kasepuhan Palace in Cirebon was built in 1527 in a mixture of styles including Sundanese, Javanese, Islamic, Chinese, Indian and Dutch.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Chili seller in the city of Cirebon in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Cirebon Mosque in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The Dutch centre of Jogjakarta, the cultural centre of Java.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Javanese house in Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The dokar is typical local transport in Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The gamelan is a collection of percussion instruments used in Java and Bali. At the Paku Alam Palace (Jogjakarta).
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Batik, which makes patterns on cloth using wax, is a speciality of Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The entrance to the Kraton (Royal Palace) in Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The grounds of the Kraton. Jogjakarta was once an independent sultinate.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Vocalists with a Gamalan orchestra in the Royal Palace (or Kraton) in the Javanese city of Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Prambanan
 Vishnu temple at the 10th century Hindu site of Prambanan (Java).
Indonesia
Java
Prambanan
 One of the many carvings at Prambanan.
Indonesia
Java
Borobudur
 Pilgrims walking around Borobudur.
This is the largest Buddhist structure in the world. It is 200m square and dates from 850AD.
Indonesia
Java
Borobudur
 Stone bell-shaped stupas containing Buddhas at Borobudur.
Indonesia
Java
Borobudur
 One of 400 Buddha statues at Borobudur in Central Java.
Indonesia
Java
Borobudur
 One of a series of carvings at Borobudur making a total length of 5km.
Indonesia
Java
Central Java
 Rice terraces in Central Java.
Indonesia
Java
Central Java
 Central Java is a fertile land dotted with volcanos.
Indonesia
Java
Dieng Plateau
 Scenery at Dieng Plateau.
Indonesia
Java
Dieng Plateau
 Steaming sulphurous lake in central Java.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Bromo
 Farming on the fertile volcanic slopes of Mount Bromo on the island of Java.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Bromo
 One of the two inner cones of Mount Bromo from the floor of the outer crater.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Mount Lawu is a fertile extinct volcano.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Mount Lawu reaches 2550m high.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Cloves, one of the many spices growing on the rich volcanic soil.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Growing chilis.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Carrots.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Fields of peanuts.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Terraces and settlements.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Bima and Narada in a womb, detail from the 15th century Sukuh Temple.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Fertile landscape on Mount Lawu.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Manicured terraces.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 The Kraton (palace) at Surakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 The sultan's mosque in the Kraton at Surakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Malang is a Dutch hill station dating from the 18th century.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 The Singosari Temple (1300) is one of many Hindu-Buddhist temples around Malang.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Detail of a dwarapala, a guardian against evil spirits.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 East Java style carvings on the Jago Temple.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Kala over the entrance of the Kidal Temple (1260).
Indonesia
Java
East Java
 Landscapes in East Java.
Indonesia
Java
East Java
 Java from the straights of Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Hindu temple, one of many in and around Ubud.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 One of the many gardens in Ubud, the cultural centre of Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Small family Hindu shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Puppets and masks for sale.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Selling chickens.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Puri Ubud is a palace that is still home to members of the Balinese royal family.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Carvings on the palace buildings.
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Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Elaborately carved and guilded door.
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Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 The palace gardens are typcal of Bali.
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Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 The palace buildings blend with the natural beauty of the island.
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Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Carved building guardian.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Gamelan musicians in a funeral procession. Funerals are happy events in Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Woman with funeral offerings.

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