Visit Indonesia

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Walking is Travelling

  • Click Here!I really like to go home from my office by walking which is around Grand Wijaya and goes to the short cuts at Jl Damai,Cipete, Jakarta Indonesia, and can see the children playing footballs and hear their laughter. It is really spontaneous laughter by them, where they will kick the balls in the small park near Jl Sawo area at Cipete, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia. By walking you can watch the surroundings of your neighborhood. You will also see the plants and several kind of flowers and you will be amazed that your feelings start to be cheerful, since by walking you also become healthier since your blood will flow and being pump by your heart beat due to the movement of your legs and body which will be good for your health and oxigen flow.


  •  Walking is also a part of traveling since you can watch closely the scene that you cannot watch when you are going by car or bus. Walking in the morning and walking in the afternoon is different since in the afternoon, everybody seems to be ready to go home from their office while if you are walking in the morning people are not yet awaken from their sleep and the fresh air and oxigen  is really good for your lungs.
  • Well, by walking which is also part of Traveling  and following the narrow streets and shortcuts in Cipete Jakarta, Indonesia you will found many houses with different type of sizes and models, which will widen your knowledge of knowing your neighborhood condition and life style, and you will also be glad full that you also have a house to live with your family.
  • From Jl.Sawo you will pass Jl Nangka Cipete, Jakarta and will then enter Jl Fatmawati, Index Furniture which is already near your house and you will keep on walking where you see all the traffic jam of the Cars at Jl.Fatmawati Street Jakarta and you will take around 15 more minutes to reach your house which is at Kompleks Deplu, Cendrawasih, Cipete, or Cilandak, Gandaria Selatan, Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia ....  ....wauw it is really  a travel from your office to your house by walking     
  • Cheers
  • Jakarta, 12 November 2009
  • Agung Supomo Suleiman 

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Tips for success traveling in Indonesia


Tips for success traveling in Indonesia

Traveling to Indonesia is a must for person who seeks to find great adventure in their live.

I really like traveling, and thanks to God, I have been experiencing traveling and visiting to several countries around the world.

When I was small I accompanied my father who was a diplomat to many countries among others German, Holland, China, Argentine. In Argentine we watch Gauco who  wore  traditional Argentinian cowboy with boots and holding a bird catcher in his hand.  I love eating the delicious lomo meat. 


On our way back from Argentina,  we stopped by at Los Angeles, Disney Land and Hollywood, Beverly Hills Hawaii Honolulu where we saw the Beautiful Waikiki Beach. We stop over at  Brazil Rio de Janeiro  where we watch the Big Statue of Jesus at the top of the mountain, and walk along the copacabana beach.  We also visited Tokyo Japan  where we enjoyed drinking tea ceremony.

The Publisher also have been to Singapore which is a beautiful  clean country and well organized.  Singapores is famous with its Sentosa Island and the butterfly park. I also experienced going to Mecca, Jeddah, and Dubai.

In the Year 2005,  me and my family  travelled to Holland, German, Italy, Swiss, French for 21 days where we went by euro rail train. We bought the euro rail ticket from Indonesia.

We then reserve hotels when we arrived at each places, where we used to stop by the travel information (TI).
 

Based on the above travel experinced, we noticed that  every country has its own uniqueness and beautiful culture and sights.






TRAVEL TO INDONESIA 
 
Well, in Indonesia I have been traveling to Kalimantan, Sumatera ( the Beautiful Toba Lake, and its Batak Calender), Bangka,  Irian or Papua, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Bali, where each city has its own beautiful view, specific culture and nature.

Well, if you want to know how are the minds of the Indonesians are to Foreigners. They really are friendly and most welcome to all foreigners who came to Indonesia.



However, to make your trip to become a success travel you have to  understand the warmth, and most welcome people of Indonesia with their smiles and hospitalilty.

The keys to succeed in attracting or capturing the kind attention from the Indonesians are, by talking and speaking to them and say Apa Kabar or How are you ? It will for sure brake the ice communication and shall establish a friendly relationship with them.

The most common Indonesian are used to communicate each other with their hearts, and feelings  even among themselves.

So we have to remember,  that Indonesians regardless of their ethnics and belief system, usually communicate each other with their hearts, smiles,  hospitality just like most of the Argentinian as well as the Italians are.

I am fully aware that foreigners are sometimes more of a an individualistic person.

Thus, if such foreigner who travels or visits Indonesia keeps himself or herself individualistic and closed, the common individuals in Indonesia may capture this kind of attitude as being not warm and sort of arrogant person,. This is actually not intended by the foreigner  ?.

If foreigners tries to show warmth and easy with their smiles and hearts, the Indonesian people will response happily and  will  be mostly welcome such foreigner. 


They will consider that such person is willing to accept and appreciate the culture and warmth of the Indonesian people whose language are shaped and influenced with their hearts.   




By such above attitude, I will assure you that as a foreigner who visits Indonesia, you will be most appreciated and welcomed by the general common people of Indonesia. This will make your trip and travel to Indonesia to become a success story to be brought to your home places which will last long with sweet memories. This will bound ties between you and the Indonesian common people.

agung supomo suleiman
  December 3, 2009