Endless diversity

Endless diversity

ITS–Spain is planning to expand investment in Indonesia to explore marine tourism potential. It was conveyed by Spanish Minister of  Industry, Energy and Tourism, Isabel Maria Borrego Cortes, ...

The Copsychus pyrropygus, called in  Bahasa Indonesia Nuri Emas or Cempala Kuneng, is the proud bird of the Aceh people. It is mentioned in many folklores dating back ...

ITS–In Indonesia, the tiger (Phantera tigris) used to be found in Bali, Java and Sumatra. They now live only in Sumatra and have become extinct in Bali, probably ...

TS–The Moth Orchid is a beautiful white orchid native to the Indonesian archipelago. This orchid is very familiar to the florists and people of Indonesia. The moth orchid’s ...

ITS–Borobudur temple, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is located in Magelang Regency, Central Java. It is thought to be built by the Javanese-Buddhist Syailendra Dynasty ...

ITS–On one beautiful day, Si Kancil was out of his den. He was very hungry. He wanted to go straight to the place where he usually looked for ...

ITS–Mount Bromo, on the Indonesian island of East Java, is such an extraordinary site thousands of tourists visit every year to enjoy breathtaking vistas across the Tengger massif to ...

INDONESIATHROUGHSTAMPS.COM–Nias Mynah (Gracula  robusta),  called in Indonesia Beo Nias, used to be a  favourite Indonesian  pet but it is now a protected species. It is endemic to Nias ...

ITS–The Javan hawk-eagle is the national bird of Indonesia, where it is commonly referred to as Garuda, from the bird-like creatures in Hindu and Buddhist myths. The scientific name commemorates ...

ITS–Batik is a clothing motif which has developed in Indonesia for centuries. In the 17th century, batik clothes were exclusively used by royal families. Now, they are widely ...