I am Alex Afdhal, a professional tourist guide base in Borneo’s western port city of Pontianak, 16 years experienced active in guiding. I specialize in organizing and leading guided tours throughout the wilds of Indonesian Borneo Island. I offer visitors first hand access to both pristine jungle wilderness and numerous indigenous villages in Borneo, Indonesia or Kalimantan, Indonesian and other parts of ...more
* HERE PERSONAL FREELANCE TOUR GUIDE,* MAIN BASIS CITY @ DENPASAR - BALI - INDONESIA,* WOULD BE HAPPY TO ASSIST YOU , FROM START ARRIVAL TO END DEPARTURE , HERE AVAILABLE FOR BALI or OVERLAND INDONESIA SERVICE .* ALSO PROVIDE THE USER SERVICE EQUIPMENT OTHER'S OF YOU REQUEST NEEDED Such as : Accomodation/Transport/Meal Etc, DURING ON YOUR HOLIDAY / BUSINESS Even by GROUP or PRIVATE SERVICE GUIDE .* FOR ...more
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I'm a staff of tourism at Under Sky Agency Jepara, Central Java.Under Sky Agency is a service company (Tourism, Entertainment and Business Development) with a legality from goverment.We provide a guiding service, tour package and all about tourism.My company site : http://www.underskyagencyjepara.commore
As Tourist Guide, often times I am hired for both a couple of tourists for single day trip such as Highland Tour or trekking and group of tourists for multiple days of traveling. The tourists can be overseas or domestic. In 2010 I got Open Water certified in Scuba Diving. I also can accompany tourists snorkeling as their buddy. Sometimes I am hired as tour escort or tour leader out of North Sulawesi, such as to Bali, ...more
Bustling, well-to-do Balikpapan is hardly what travellers would expect of a city that started life in the early 20th century as just a sleepy fishing town clinging to the coastal stretches of the Makassar Strait. But one oil boom later and the crooked timber huts and makeshift jetties have now been replaced by the mechanised port districts of Semayang and Kariangau, the surrounding jungles play host to the runways of the new Sepinggan Airport, and chic condominiums of oil suits, ex-pats and moneyed locals dot the shores. And with Balikpapan’s newfound wealth so too came energy and cosmopolitanism; inspiring nightlife complete with soaring rooftop bars, beachside barbeque huts and rowdy karaoke dives where Brit pop echoes until the early hours. In the town centre, locals stroll through the walkways of Bekapai Park while munching on crispy amplang fish crackers (the ubiquitous local delicacy), surrounded by sprawling shopping centres buzzing with energy. Further afield, Balikpapan tour guides recommend trips to the swinging bridges of Bukit Bangkirai to the north, or the mangroves of Margomulyo, which sway in the sea breeze as orang-utans glide between the canopies.