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Kawah Ijen from Banyuwangi

The landscape of far eastern Java is dominated by the Ijen volcano complex—an over 15km wide ancient caldera of which the northern crescent-shaped rim is still clearly visible. Just to the southwest of the complex sits Gunung Raung (3,332m), while Gunung Merapi (2,803m) forms a part of its eastern slopes. In the shadows of Merapi, just to the west, lies the main attraction, the spectacular and ... Read more about Kawah Ijen from Banyuwangi .

Municipal beaches

While Banyuwangi province is home to some beautiful beaches, the provincial capital’s municipal affairs are nothing to get too excited about but they’ll do at a pinch for a sunset photoshoot (though both are eastern-facing ... Read more about Municipal beaches .





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