“People don’t take trips…Trips take people” ( J.Steinbeck)
Indonesia Tours, only US $100/5 hours/car/ max.8 persons…Go..Go..Go! Overland tours of Sumatra island, Java Island, Bali island, Lombok island through out of Indonesia archipelago. Good PRIVATE coach, tour-guide of Dutch or English speaking, and your own private driver.
Price Includes: Tour-guide, Driver, fuel, mineral water on board.
Exclude : Hotels, Entrance fees, Meals, personal expenses, toll, donations, and parking fees en route.
Your programme is taylor made. Easy tours on your holidays! You can arrange your own hotels, places of stay, programme, for at least using the coach for 10 days on the way. HURRY UP FRIENDS…Book now. It’s time to visit Indonesia!
With 18,110 islands, 6,000 of them inhabited, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. About 240 million people live in this fourth most populous country in the world — after China, India and the USA — and by far the largest country in Southeast Asia. Indonesia also has the largest Muslim population in the world. Indonesia’s population is on course to overtake the US and become the third largest before 2044. In the decade that ended in 2010, population growth remained high at 1.49% each year but there is substantial Muslim opposition to boosting family planning.
Indonesia markets itself as Wonderful Indonesia, and the slogan is quite true, although not necessarily always in good ways. Indonesia’s tropical forests are the second-largest in the world after Brazil, and are being logged and cut down at the same alarming speed. While the rich shop and party in Jakarta and Bali. After decades of economic mismanagement 50.6% of the population still earns less than USD2/day according to figures compiled by the World bank in 2009. This had come down by 6% in the 2 years between 2007 and 2009.
Infrastructure in much of the country remains rudimentary, and travellers off the beaten track will need some patience and flexibility.
According to the “Energy Access” Working Group Global Network on Energy for Sustainable Development, in 2001, 53.4% of the Indonesian population had access to electricity and they consumed 345kWh for each person in a year. In the same year the residents of nearby Singapore had 100% access and they consumed 6,641 kWh. A very large percentage of the Indonesian population remain reliant upon wood for a cooking fuel. The central government has in recent years instituted a program of LPG gas access to use as a replacement for the burning of bio-mass sources for cooking.