The Lesser Sunda Island Tourism

Please log in or register to like posts.
News
The Lesser Sunda Island Tourism

Ruangmedia.com – The Lesser Sunda Island Tourism. If you’re planning a trip, you must list a plan is well. So that you don’t leave the best tourism attractions with that place. One thing you should know about The Lesser Sunda Island Is a group of islands to the east of Java. From the island of Bali in the west, to the island of Timor in the east. The Southwest Islands and Tanimbar Islands which are part of the geologically Maluku island, and also included in the southeast nusa islands.

At the time of studying geography (earth science) we encountered the designations of the Great Sunda (Greater Sunda) and the Lesser Sunda (Lesser Sunda). The Greater Sunda covers the islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan and Sulawesi, while the Lesser Sundas include Bali, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara and Maluku. The combination of the two in ancient times was even called the Sunda Islands (Sunda Islands). According to historical research, the word ‘Sunda’ has been used by Ptolemy Earth Sciences experts in the year 150 referring to three large islands located in eastern India. The word ‘Sunda’ comes from Sanskrit which means ‘shining, bright, white’.

The Lesser Sunda Island Tourism

The Lesser Sunda Island Tourism
foto. ist.

first of all, you should know that the diverse Lesser Sunda Islands tourism. Stretching eastwards from Bali, offer the most amazing landscapes and a glorious cornucopia of weaving for textile lovers. Here women not only continue to make their traditional cloth on back-tension looms but continue to wear it as well. There is a kaleidoscopic variety of patterns and designs – every region of every island. Has its own unique textile culture, its own style of dress, and its own motifs. British expert textile guides, David and Sue Richardson, introduce guests to each island. Its people and its culture, while sharing their knowledge on the day-to-day excursions. As well as through a series of evening talks. Discover the amazing volcanic scenery, meet the villagers, visit traditional markets, buy local textiles, and swim and snorkel over coral reefs.

Summary
Review Date
Reviewed Item
Recomended
Author Rating
51star1star1star1star1star

Reactions

1
0
0
0
0
0
Already reacted for this post.
Suka ini?