2. Puncak Jaya, a mountain located in Papua province of Indonesia. It's the only snow-capped mountain in Maritime South East Asia and the tallest mountain of Indonesia at 4884m. One of the Seven Summits
since it's only allowed 1 photo per day, [url="http://farm1.static.flickr.com/251/453115152_c1c556e567_o.jpg]here's[/url] the photo of the snowed peak
@Bau can you take care of the thread for tomorrow and seterusnya?
4. Borobudur Temple, World's Biggest Buddhist temple, built as a single large stupa, and when viewed from above takes the form of a giant tantric Buddhist mandala, simultaneously representing the Buddhist cosmology and the nature of mind. Constructed in 9th century in Sailendra dynasty. Consist of 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues
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6. Sangalaki Island, a very beautiful island located in Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan. Located in the global biodiversity hotspot, the Derawan Islands are featured by high diversity of reef fishes (347 species), corals (222 species), and invertebrates, including a considerable number of protected species (5 giants clam species, 2 sea turtles, coconut crab, etc).
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7. Raja Ampat Islands. What scientists found when they surveyed the waters of the Raja Ampat Islands six years ago set off an international alert for their preservation. The archipelago's reefs were not just rich—the region would prove to have the greatest coral reef biodiversity for its size in the world.
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