Top things to Do in Magetan, Indonesia

Magetan is a small city located on the border between Central and East Java in Indonesia. Not so famous with regards to tourist spots compared to the neighboring City of Pacitan, Malang or Yogyakarta. However, this little Regency has many romantic and hidden attractions which are very enjoyable for gatherings. Make sure to pack your thick clothes once you getting here in Magetan since this small city has a cool climate which rare to the tropical country;. Here are top tourist attractions in Magetan and it’s Regency

Top Things to Do, Places to visit in Blitar, Indonesia

Around 167 kilometers away from the East Java capital of Surabaya, Blitar is a promising city situated in the southern coast of East Java in Indonesia. After the separation to Kanigoro, Blitar City was created to be the Business Hub positioned at the center of the Regency. This strategy has given the independency of the Regency to fast track development in the southern side especially in the line of the local tourism. Blitar Regency relies on agriculture base economy and small business enterprise. In fact, this regency is very famous in terms of tea plantation, expensive coffee bean, and chocolate production. Blitar is also the hometown of first Indonesia’s President, Bung Karno; no wonder the whole Blitar built several statues by honoring him for his greatness. This place is also known for its historical attractions, beaches, and beautiful natures. Here are the things you should know before visiting Blitar Regency.  

Things to DO, Places to visit in Pacitan, Indonesia

Pacitan is Regency located in the southwestern of East Java Province in Indonesia with a neighboring Regency of Wonogiri and Ponorogo, Trenggalek Regency; this province is known for its beaches in the side of East Java. Pacitan City served as the main hub of the regency and a seafood basket of the province with a long stretch of coastline fronting the Indian Ocean. People are using Javanese as their first language; Bahasa Indonesia (national language) is the second while English used by few.

Indonesia | Teluk Asmara Beach Malang

If you're looking into the beautiful beaches in Indonesia, forget about Bali, the beaches in this City is still unspoiled, quiet and very relaxing. Malang has a great place to fill your vacation loaded with good spots along with your family or alone and if you're looking for a serene beach, this place will not hurt you to try visiting the Teluk Asmara Beach located in the south of Malang is certainly beautiful with a romantic set of nature, white powdery shoreline and the islet view is epic. 

The Masjid Tiban, Indonesia

Malang is not just famous with regards to beautiful beaches in Java Island in Indonesia but a home of numerous mythological and religious spots. In a typical rainy night, one spot took my attention through a late night local travel show about this mysterious mosque, the Masjid Tiban; located in the Turen district, Kabupaten Malang (regency), this viral mosque lies in mystical stories from its construction and I was very intrigued about this myth, where even known outside the East Java locals. According to the myth, this 10-story mosque was built by the powerful Jinn forces overnight and it suddenly appeared without noticing by the locals. So, I decided to head on the exact location during my free weekend to see how it was made.

Things to Do in Santo Tomas, Davao Del Norte

Bananas haven, first impression that you will say when entering the municipality of Santo Tomas.  Previously known as Tibal-og, home of the "tribong lumad" called Ata-Manobo inhabited in the lush forest in current days.  Located in between the municipality of Kapalong (north), Davao City (west), Asuncion (east) and Kapalong on the east side; this town is one of the fastest growing municipality in Davao Del Norte province in which economy is dependent in the multi-national corporations and cooperatives connected to banana based production while rice is very significant in helping the economic development of the community.

Things to Do in the Island City of Samal

The Island City of Samal or locally known as Igacos is a 4th class city in the province of Davao Del Norte located just 15 minutes away from Davao City. The city's economy is dependent mainly in agricultural and livestock production that primarily sold in Davao City. Samal Island was tag by many travel goers as exotic and unspoiled with the priceless scenic beauty of surroundings.  The beaches and other spots are indeed magnificent, attracting thousands of visitors every summer that contributes to the job opportunities of the locals. In fact, there are more than 37 registered resorts around the island and marked as the most visited tourist destination in the Davao Region.