Video Wisata Kab. Tanjung Jabung Timur | Amazon Indonesia
Apr12
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Exploring Kampung Laut Region
Apr12

Exploring Kampung Laut Region

Explore Jambi – Administratively, Kampung Laut is located in Kuala Jambi District. Geographically, Kampung Laut is located in the mouth of Batanghari River which makes  this as one of the gates to enter Jambi via the sea from the past up to now. The settlement of Kampung Laut people is very unique because it was built on the swampy mangrove area. The housing style still projects a strong Malay tradition. Kampung Laut is categorized as...

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Merangin Geopark : One of Six Indonesian Geoparks Gaining More Worldwide Popularity
Feb21

Merangin Geopark : One of Six Indonesian Geoparks Gaining More Worldwide Popularity

Merangin Geopark is located in Air Batu Village and Dusun Baru, Pemberap District, Merangin Regency. It is seven hour trip by road from Jambi City to get to Air Batu Village. Then, the trip must be continued by rafting about three hours to reach this site. Merangin Geopark is one of the six Indonesian Geoparks which is becoming popular worldwide. Nowadays, geopark has become a new concept being developed by The Ministry of Tourism....

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Harapan Rainforest	– Jambi
Feb12

Harapan Rainforest – Jambi

“Harapan Rainforest has established a steady alternative income sources for the indigenous and local people.”  Jambi province has the pride of having Harapan Rainforest (Hutan Harapan), the first area of forest ecosystem restoration in Indonesia, which is located in Batanghari Regency with a distance of 65 kilometres from Jambi City or 1,5 hours road trip. This area is about 98.554 hectares and initiated by Prince Charles...

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Berbak National Park
Feb12

Berbak National Park

With an area of 162.700 hectares, Berbak National Park is the largest area of peat swamp and freshwater swamp forest in Southeast Asia. Seen from Geomorphology, Berbak is a part of eastern Sumatera Island lowland. This national park is international wetlands that have the diversity of plants and animals. Some of them are 28 mammal species such as Sumatran tigers (Phantera Tigris Sumatraensis), 229 types of herbal plants, 27 types of...

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Ngagah Harimau Dance for Pulau Tengah People in Kerinci
Feb05

Ngagah Harimau Dance for Pulau Tengah People in Kerinci

Explorejambi.com – For Kerincinese  in Jambi Province, tigers are like best friends. They can live together side by side without disturbing each other. Tigers are even respected by the people of the regency that owns a jargon Sejuk (cool), Aman (safe),  Kenangan (memorable), Tertib (orderly), Indah (beautiful) usually abbreviated to SAKTI, which means magical power. The reason behind this relation is that Kerincinese believe...

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