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Wisata SEO Sadau

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Commemorate the Indonesia independence day, Tarakan Blogger Community held the SEO contest sponsored by Bisnis5Online. This contest, intend to introduce a tour of the city, located in the Tarakan northern island of Kalimantan, the city of Tarakan is an island in east Kalimantan province that is famous with many attractions of the sea which is very interesting.

The contest theme this time is the fight for keywords "Wisata SEO Sadau." Winners of the contest "Wisata SEO Sadau" is blogger that can occupy the first position in the search engine Search google.co.id with keyword "Wisata SEO Sadau", which will be in execution on the day of Independence of Indonesia on 17 August 2009. The prize for the winner of this contest are as follows

First prize: Rp 500,000.00 --
Second prize: Rp 300.000,00 --
Third prize: Rp 100.000,00 --
First expectation: Rp 50,000.00 --
Second hope: Rp 50,000.00 --

1. Participants are bloger Indonesia
2. Have a minimum of 10 articles that have been in the post until 17 August 2009.
3. Not a porn site bloger
4. Willing to obey the rules of the contest has been set

Don't forget to put bisnis online complete with link and lowongan kerja too.

And put this following picture too at your blog :

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Back to my post, i hope this Wisata SEO Sadau can give positif effect for my country, Indonesia, that have a lot attraction, Wisata Sadau is the one.

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Mount Bromo

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Mount Bromo (Indonesian: Gunung Bromo), is an active volcano and part of the Tengger massif, in East Java, Indonesia. At 2,329 meters it is not the highest peak of the massif, but it is the most well known. The massif area is one of the most popular tourist attractions in East Java, Indonesia.

According to a folklore, at the end of the 15th century princess Roro Anteng from the Majapahit Empire started a separate principality together with her husband Joko Seger. They named it Tengger after the last syllables of their names. The principality prospered, but the ruling couple did not have children. In their despair, they climbed Mount Bromo to pray to the gods, who granted them help, but requested the last child to be sacrificed to the gods. They had 24 children, and when the 25th and last child Kesuma was born Roro Anteng refused to do the sacrifice as promised. The gods then threatened with fire and brimstone, until she finally sacrificed the child. After the child was thrown into the crater, the voice of the child ordered the local people to perform an annual ceremony on the volcano, which is still held today.

Sulfur is collected by workers from inside the caldera. (Wikipedia)

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Tongkonan are the traditional Torajan ancestral houses. They stand high on wooden piles, topped with a layered split-bamboo roof shaped in a sweeping curved arc, and they are incised with red, black, and yellow detailed wood carvings on the exterior walls. The word "tongkonan" comes from the Torajan tongkon ("to sit").

Tongkonan are the center of Torajan social life. The rituals associated with the tongkonan are important expressions of Torajan spiritual life, and therefore all family members are impelled to participate, because symbolically the tongkonan represents links to their ancestors and to living and future kin. According to Torajan myth, the first tongkonan was built in heaven on four poles, with a roof made of Indian cloth. When the first Torajan ancestor descended to earth, he imitated the house and held a large ceremony.

The construction of a tongkonan is laborious work and is usually done with the help of the extended family. There are three types of tongkonan. The tongkonan layuk is the house of the highest authority, used as the "center of government". The tongkonan pekamberan belongs to the family members who have some authority in local traditions. Ordinary family members reside in the tongkonan batu. The exclusivity to the nobility of the tongkonan is diminishing as many Torajan commoners find lucrative employment in other parts of Indonesia. As they send back money to their families, they enable the construction of larger tongkonan. (Wikipedia)

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Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple compound in Central Java in Indonesia, located approximately 18 km east of Yogyakarta.

The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Hindu temples in south-east Asia. It is characterised by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples.

It was built around 850 CE by either Rakai Pikatan, king of the second Mataram dynasty, or Balitung Maha Sambu, during the Sanjaya Dynasty. Not long after its construction, the temple was abandoned and began to deteriorate. Reconstruction of the compound began in 1918. The main building was completed in around 1953. Much of the original stonework has been stolen and reused at remote construction sites. A temple will only be rebuilt if at least 75% of the original stones are available, and therefore only the foundation walls of most of the smaller shrines are now visible and with no plans for their reconstruction.

The temple was damaged during the earthquake in Java in 2006. Early photos suggest that although the complex appears to be structurally intact, damage is significant. Large pieces of debris, including carvings, were scattered over the ground. The temple has been closed to the public until damage can be fully assessed. The head of Yogyakarta Archaeological Conservation Agency stated that: "it will take months to identify the precise damage". However, some weeks later in 2006 the site re-opened for visitors. The immediate surroundings of the Hindu temples remain off-limits for safety reasons. (Wikipedia)

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Nusa Dua

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Nusa Dua is an enclave of large international 5-star resorts in south-eastern Bali. It is located 40 kilometres from Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali.

Nusa Dua was the location of the 2007 United Nations Climate Change Conference between 3 December and 14 December, 2007. (Wikipedia)

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