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Ambon Island – Capital Islands of Mallucas

Ambon Island – Capital Islands of Mallucas

Ambon Island – Heart of Mallucas Islands Ambon Island is part of the Maluku Islands of Indonesia. The island has an area of 775 km² (300 sq mi.), and is mountainous, well watered, and fertile. The main city and seaport is Ambon (1990 pop. 275,888), which is also the capital of Maluku province. Ambon has […]

April 6 2010 | Posted in Ambon Island, Indonesia Adventures, Indonesia Culture, Indonesia History, Indonesia News, Indonesia Sailing, Islands of Indonesia, Mallucas Islands | Read More »

Banda Islands : Spices Islands in Indonesia

Banda Islands : Spices Islands in Indonesia

Banda Islands Mallucas Group of 10 volcanic islands, c.70 sq mi (180 sq km), E Indonesia, in the Banda Sea, in the Moluccas. The capital and commercial center is Bandanaira, a seaport on Bandanaira island. The largest island in the group is Bandalontar. Nutmeg and mace are the chief products. The islands were discovered and […]

April 6 2010 | Posted in Banda Islands, Islands of Indonesia, Mallucas Islands | Read More »

Tidore Island of Mallucas : Islands of the Spices

Tidore Island of Mallucas : Islands of the Spices

Tidore Island : Island of East Indies..Spices Islands Tidore is an island in the Maluku Islands of eastern Indonesia, just west of the larger island of Halmahera. It consists of a large stratovolcano which rises from the seafloor to an elevation of 1,730 m (5,676 ft) above sea level at the conical Kiematabu Peak on […]

April 5 2010 | Posted in About Indonesia Islands, Indonesia Adventures, Indonesia Culture, Indonesia History, Indonesia News, Indonesia Sailing, Indonesia Trekking, Islands of Indonesia, Mallucas Islands | Read More »

INDONESIA : Ultimate in Diversity – Paradise on Earth

INDONESIA : Ultimate in Diversity – Paradise on Earth

Indonesia Archipelago, World Largest Archipelago on Earth The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world comprising 17,504 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number even still unnamed. Straddling the equator, situated between the continents of Asia and Australia and between the Pacific and […]

April 3 2010 | Posted in About Indonesia Islands, Alor and Lembata Islands, Bali Island, Flores Island, Indonesia Adventures, Indonesia Culture, Indonesia Diving, Indonesia History, Indonesia News, Indonesia Sailing, Indonesia Surfing, Indonesia Trekking, Islands of Indonesia, Java Island, Jogjakarta Area and Central Java Islands, Kalimantan Island, Lampung, Lombok & Gili Islands, Mallucas Islands, North Sulawesi, North Sumatra, Raja Ampat Islands, South East Sulawesi, South Sulawesi, Sulawesi Island, Sumatra Island, Sumba Island, Sumbawa Island, West Java, West Papua Islands, West Sumatra | Read More »


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