SKY Aviation Starts Flying Tanjungpinang Malacca Twice a Week

Sky Aviation Fokker 50 was parking at Raja Haji Fisabililah Tanjungpinang AirportIndonesian SKY Aviation will fly Tanjungpinang (Indonesia) Malacca (Malaysia) twice a week on Sunday and Wednesday starting 1st April 2011.  This new route is the second international route for SKY after it’s firts one Pekanbaru Malacca.

The inaugural flight from Tanjungpinang Raja Ali Haji Airport to Malacca Airport and return takes place today, 30 March 2012. According to SKY Tanjungpinang District Manager Edi, the ticket fare for one way flight from Tanjungpinang to Malacca will be withing the range of Rp. 500.000 to Rp. 600.000 per pax. Continue reading SKY Aviation Starts Flying Tanjungpinang Malacca Twice a Week

Mandala Air Resumes Flight on 5th April 2012

After being grounded for more than a year, PT Mandala Air, Tuesday (27/3/2012), announce to resume flight on 5th April 2012.

The first flight will bring the passenger from Jakarta to Medan. Subsequently, be followed by its international route on 4 May 2012 from Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Mandala air and Tiger Airways made a joint press release in Singapore. The company starts selling the ticket for boths flights today. Continue reading Mandala Air Resumes Flight on 5th April 2012

Bali Pulau Dewata Tour 4D/3N

Discover Bali, the most popular tourist destination in Indonesia with this fully organized tour.

Among popular tour objects you will enjoy during this tour are: Besakih temple (the mother of all Hindu temple in Bali), Uluwatu Temple, Tanah Lot Temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park, Kecak Dance Performance, Kuta Beach, Ubud village and the unforgetable dinner at Jimbaran Beach, and of course shopping in Kuta souvenir shopping center. Continue reading Bali Pulau Dewata Tour 4D/3N

Balinese Observe Nyepi Day of Silence

Ogoh-ogoh, sculpture of Butha kala, a mightiful giant creature in Balinese mithology. Ogoh-ogoh is usually performed a day before Nyepi day.  Tomorrow, 23rd March 2012, the Balinese Hindus will observe Nyepi day of silence to mark the new year in Balinese calender.

If the westerners open the New Year in revelry, in contrast, the Balinese open their New Year in silence. This is called Nyepi Day, the Balinese day of Silence, which falls on the day following the dark moon of the spring equinox, and opens a new year of the Saka Hindu era which began in 78 A.D. Continue reading Balinese Observe Nyepi Day of Silence