Sofia Nabila Anwar

Sofia Nabila Anwar

Sofia Nabila Anwar
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Incredibly red

Incredibly red

"Western Shore, Lake Maninjau, Sumatra, Indonesia" by Flash Parker #travel #Indonesia

"Western Shore, Lake Maninjau, Sumatra, Indonesia" by Flash Parker #travel #Indonesia

Activited Lok Baintan, Floating Market http://500px.com/photo/10471913?from=popular

Activited Lok Baintan, Floating Market http://500px.com/photo/10471913?from=popular

Crossing Jembatan Akar, the living root bridge in West Sumatra / Indonesia

Crossing Jembatan Akar, the living root bridge in West Sumatra / Indonesia

Sumatra-Indonesia Barbie® Doll | Barbie Collector

Sumatra-Indonesia Barbie® Doll | Barbie Collector

Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia. The largest caldera (volcanic lake) on earth.

Lake Toba, Sumatra, Indonesia. The largest caldera (volcanic lake) on earth.

Kota Tua (Old Town) Jakarta - Visit http://asiaexpatguides.com and make the most of your experience in Indonesia!

Kota Tua (Old Town) Jakarta - Visit http://asiaexpatguides.com and make the most of your experience in Indonesia!

Castle, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Jakarta, Indonesia

Castle, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Jakarta, Indonesia

Very picturesque! Jakarta . . . A great photo by Ricky Purnadi Riqua. I would love to visit and see more of these "Great House" structures representative of the Minangkabau culture in West Sumatra Indonesia. Ricky tells me that the music, dance, and food are equally exotic.

Very picturesque! Jakarta . . . A great photo by Ricky Purnadi Riqua. I would love to visit and see more of these "Great House" structures representative of the Minangkabau culture in West Sumatra Indonesia. Ricky tells me that the music, dance, and food are equally exotic.

2. Jakarta, Indonesia - Warming seas, he said, could deal a severe blow to Indonesia’s fishing industry, while powerful storms could buffet the country and rising seas may put much of Jakarta, the capital, under water. NYTimes

2. Jakarta, Indonesia - Warming seas, he said, could deal a severe blow to Indonesia’s fishing industry, while powerful storms could buffet the country and rising seas may put much of Jakarta, the capital, under water. NYTimes