Sunday, February 10, 2008

Karimunjawa National Ocean Park (The Pearl of Java Sea)

Locations: Jepara Regency

Karimunjawa National Ocean Park is administratively a sub district of Jepara Regency. The archipelago is located about 45 nautical miles in distance northwest Jepara. It consist of 27 pristine tropical island scattered along the Java Sea with 69 metres in depth. Some island are performed by corals reefs and covered with a sand layer. These island coceal various potentials of the enchantment of nature beauty, mountain range, white-sand beach and under water world.


How To Get There?

By Air Transportation:
Contact List:
Jakarta Phone +62 (0) 21-84 14 266, Phone/Fax +62 (0)21-84 03 257
www.kurakuraaviation.com

Bali : Phone: +62 (0) 361 - 75 10 11 ext 5377, Phone/Fax: +62 (0) 361 - 76 02 49
www.baliaircharter.com

Semarang
Phone: +62 (0) 24 - 760 8735 ext. 280, Phone/Fax: +62 (0) 24 - 761 2282
www.kurakuraaviation.com

By Fast Water Transportation:

Semarang-Karimunjawa: Saturday 9:00 AM Return: Sunday 2:00 PM
Jepara-Karimunjawa: Monday 10:00 AMReturn: Tuesday 11:00 AM
The trip takes about 2.5 hours. Tickets to buy at harbor of departure.



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Borobudur Temple

Locations: Magelang Regency.

One of Southeast Asia’s great Budhist relics top this small hills in Central Java. Called Candi Borobudur, this immense stone monument was built around 778-850 AD. The temples include to the listed of 7 World Wonder, anc it was buried under volcanic ash until 1815, when it was discovered and excavated.