The Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra or TRHS, inscribed in the World Heritage list in 2004, is one of the eight World Heritage (WH) sites in Indonesia. Comprises three National Parks in Sumatra: Gunung Leuser, Kerinci Seblat and Bukit Barisan Selatan.
Sumatera Selatan, (South Sumatra) is one of province in southern Sumatra, Indonesia. It is bounded to the north by the province of Jambi, to the east by the Bangka Strait, across which lies the island province of Bangka Belitung, to the southeast by the Java Sea, to the south by the province of Lampung, and to the west by the province of Bengkulu. Palembang is the provincial capital and largest city. Area 35,364 square miles (91,592 square km). Pop. (2010) 7,450,394.
Fruits and Vegetables in Indonesia come in a wide variety and are a feast for your eyes and taste buds, with striking and sometimes unusual textures, colors, shapes and sizes. Although several types share much resemblance with those that you find in other places across Southeast Asia, there are some varieties that can only be found here in Indonesia.
If you are familiar with the famous saying “there’s always one more mountain left to climb”, well, here in Indonesia this is not just a mere metaphor. Stretching across the archipelago, rows of mountain ranges decorate the magnificent landscapes and form some of the most fascinating natural landmarks of the world. Sitting on the “hottest spot” in the Ring of Fire, Indonesia is where you can find some of the most spectacular active volcanoes that truly offer their own thrilling sensation.