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Three days have Sin Lu Li (50), foreign tourists from Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia to stay at a hotel on the lips of the caldera of Mount Bromo, Hamlet Cemaralawang, Ngadisari Village, District Sukapura, Probolinggo. Together with five colleagues,
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Follow us on Jakarta Ninety-four units of TransJakarta buses will start plying the Pinang Ranti Pluit route and Cililitan Tanjung Priok route by the end of December. The physical assembly of 94 TransJakarta buses for Corridor IX and Corridor X is
Nestle, the world's biggest food and beverage company, said Wednesday it had invested 100 million dollars in a new factory in Indonesia to meet growing demand in Southeast Asia's biggest economy. The investment comes on the heels of a 100 million
Follow us on National A homemade bomb was found at the Pasar Kliwon sub-precinct police office yard in Solo, Central Java, on Tuesday. The bomb was found by a maintenance man who was cleaning the yard when he accidentally kicked a plastic bag and
Follow us on National Yogyakarta Sultanate patrons, Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and Sri Paku Alam IX were suggested to avoid any political party memberships to avoid further complexities in the appointment of a Governor and Deputy Governor for
Follow us on National Under a recently completed draft bill, Sri Sultan Hamengkbuwono X will be named Yogyakarta's Honorary Governor and allowed to run for Governor of the region, according to the Home Affairs Ministry.
Follow us on Headlines Thousands of Yogyakartans attended on Sunday a mass feast held following the recent Mount Merapi eruption. The feast began at 7 a.m. with hundreds of cones of steamed rice with turmeric and meat being presented along Jl.
A number of foreign tourists were seen staying at some hotels around the Mount Bromo resort areas in Probolinggo district, East Java, on Saturday. Adi Suyanto, a Cemara Indah Hotel`s staff member, said the international tourists were interested in