Bandung, City of Flowers, is the provincial capital of West Java and Indonesia’s third largest city. Known in colonial times as the Paris of Java because of its European ambiance and sophistication, Bandung shares with Miami a fine legacy of Tropical Deco architecture dating from the 1920′s.
Surakarta or better known as Solo is lying across in fertile plain terrain along the longest river in Java, Bengawan or Sungai Solo. Flanked by mountain volcanoes Merapi and Merbabu in the north, and mount Lawu in the southeast border, Solo is famous with its Javanese culture and tradition.
City of Solo is a modern city, with a lot of old districts which were built since early 1700. This city is also known as the capital city of Java culture. Here, you may enjoy many sights of Java heritage. The Java culture started from 12 century, which is believed has been spread from Jawa Tengah (central Java) to eastern part of Java and as far as to Madura and Bali.
Bali is so picturesque that you could be fooled into thinking it was a painted backdrop: rice paddies trip down hillsides like giant steps, volcanoes soar through the clouds, the forests are lush and tropical, and the beaches are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Immerse yourself in the sublime beach and village life and the aura of the magnificent temples.