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During the trip we will have a chance to meet with many companies and hopefully future business partners. It will be possible thanks to B2B meetings, which will be held almost every place and in accordance to your needs and expectations.

AGRINEX EXPO 2009 ,13-15 March

One of the place to be visited will be  Agrinex Expo 2009, which  is the 3rd agribusiness exhibition in Indonesia. The first fair was held in 2007 and organized by Performax, Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB), Association of Young Businessman, Department of Agriculture and Indonesian Cooperation Council (Dekopin) to support and promote Indonesian Agribusiness.

This year AGRINEX EXPO theme is: “ Food and Energy for All.”

This fair is dedicated to those interested in agribusiness as well as energy sector exploration and investment into the development of rural areas and those looking for renewable energy sources as well as CPO processing for bio-fuel.
Government Sector will be represented among others by: Department of Agriculture, Department of Marine and Fishery, Ministry of Trade, local province authorities.

Sectors Represented : Agriculture company, Forestry, Biodisel (Energy alternative), Fishery, Livestock, Seed (pembibitan), Fertilizer, Industry seed (industri benih), Pharmaceutical, Food and drink, Consultant and service, Transportation, Machine, Trade and manufacture, Distributor, Exporter, Packaging, Hypermarket, Food and drink industries, Animal Husbandry Food industries, Banks, Universities, government and non government Research Agencies.
Beside Agrinex, there are many side events such as Talk Show Agribusiness Expose, Road to Agrinex 2009 in QTV, quiz and game etc.
The opening ceremony will be held on Friday, 13 March 2008,10:00 hrs. with the presence of the President of the Republic of Indonesia Mr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Further information on Agrinex available at : www.agrinex.com



Indonesia as the biggest country within South East Asia creates various investment opportunities. With the growth at the level of 6% Indonesia despite the global slowdown remains stable and more and more developed economy. The country with over 220 million population give the advantage of high domestic market demand. Its strategic location makes it an excellent gateway to other ASEAN countries markets, what is surely an advantage for companies investing in Indonesia.
Recent democratization and transformation resulted in better management of the country, and stable conditions of foreign investment. Newly introduced law on Investment contributed and improved investment climate in Indonesia and resulted in simplification of the rules and conditions for new opened investments.
Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board is looking forward the investors in the following sectors: infrastructure development, renewable energy sources and technology, mining and minerals processing technology, Shipyard development, oil and refinery development as well as agriculture and food processing, technology and many others which in the future will bring benefit for all interested parties. We will visit the special Economic zone in Batam, which is a model of economic zone for Indonesia and because of its strategic close location to Singapore one of the most developed and modern place in Indonesia together with Jakarta or Surabaya.



Batam Island

Batam is one of the largest islands in the Riau Archipelago, and not long ago it was just another poor island with coastal villages and unspoiled nature. The declaration of the Batam free trade zone in 1989 has turned the island upside down, after just a few years of rapid construction it now has a modern airport, tourist and business centers and a still growing  infrastructure that has changed the island completely.

It is no secret that nearby Singapore is the role model, and the goal is eventually to become one of the biggest ports of Southeast Asia and a major center of international trade, industry and commerce. The strategic location close to the Malacca Strait and Singapore will certainly help reaching this goal, but like the rest of Indonesia the economy and development here was dealt a major blow during and after the Asia economic crisis in the late 1990's.

Batam is actually one of fastest growing tourist destinations in Indonesia in terms of visitor arrivals. There are several tourist resorts here with luxurious hotels and golf courses. Many visitors however choose to use Batam only as an entry point, it is only 40 minutes from Singapore with boat, and then leave with the first available transport to other destinations in Indonesia.


Jakarta on the shores of the Java Sea, Jakarta is a bustling metropolis and the country’s capital offering all kinds of attractions, from museums, art and antique markets, first class shopping to accommodations, food and a wide variety of cultural activities.
Jakarta also has prime attraction from the Indonesia’s past. The National Museum holds a vast collection, pre-historic, artifacts and relics of the various ethnic.
In the old town area and Chinatown in North Jakarta warehouses of the Dutch East Indies Company and period buildings still stand.
Jakarta’s lush tropical landscapes and challenging greens come as a surprise. Over 30 world-class golf courses are found in and around the city, designed by some of the world-renowned golf course architects by great player.

Pulau Seribu

Located just of the Bay of Jakarta, the Thousand Islands or Pulau Seribu is a cluster of islands offering an array of activities; sunbathing, vigorous water sports, camping or enjoying first-class accommodations. Clear waters and pretty coral reefs also make fabulous diving sites that take only about two hours to reach from the Ancol Marina.

Surabaya is a major industrial and commercial centre on the island of Java and has numerous places and attractions for visitors. One of them is the Empu TantularMuseum, also known as Museum Propinsi Negiri Jawa. A thuk thuk or ornately carved wooden drum originating from Madura is stunning. The numerous galleries within the museum are a potpourri of Javanese history and culture, arts and crafts as well as archaeological displays.
The museum also houses a fine collection of topeng masks and shadow puppets. Unfortunately most of the labelling of all the objects on display are in Bahasa Indonesia but it is easy enough to get the gist with dates etc.
What is amazing is some of the outlandish exhibits in the museum which include a Daimler motor cycle, a penny-farthing bicycle, and an ancient gramophone player including records!. Although this might seem bizarre there is a relevance to these objects.
Spending an hour or two in this museum is well worth it and could be included on your visit to the Surabaya Zoo.

B a l i

Bali one of the thousands of islands comprising the Indonesian  Archipelago, has long been renowned as a leading tourist destination of the South Pacific or even the World for its exotic and vibrant art and culture, natural beauty and the hospitality of its people.
Many names have been given to this small island, such as: “Island of a Thousand Temples”, “Morning of the World” and many others.
Hinduism is practiced by almost 95% of Bali’s population of about 3 million, specifically blended with Budhism and the ancestor worship to make it inseparable from everyday life, and no opportunity is missed to worship God in an unending series of ceremonies stretching from birth, up to and after death.

Bali is known for abundant attractions including sparkling beach resorts, archaelogical remains and scenic  beauty. Many ways are available to take visitors to those well-known place to enjoy the beauty of Bali from the mountain resort to the coastline.

Alas Kedaton. A temple surrounded by forest with monkey inhabitants
Batur. Wellknown for the active Mt. Batur and the Lake.
Bedugul. Beautiful lake-temple Beratan with harmonious mountain panorama
Bekasih. The biggest temple in Indonesia, or the Mother Temple situated on the slope of the sacred Mt. Agung.
Denpasar. The Capital City of the Province of Bali, with Shopping centers, markets, Bali Museum and Art Center.
Nusa Dua. Magnificent white sandy beaches with a number of five-star hotels.
Sangeh. Forest of nutmeg trees with hundreds of monkey inhabitants and Bukit Sari Temple in the middle of it.
Sanur. Exciting white sandy beach known as one of the main tourist resorts with International Hotels.
Sanur. Exciting white sandy beach known as one of the main tourist resort with Internatioal Hotel.
Tanah Lot.
Trunyan. Ancient village of the original Balinese with specific tradition and custom, accessible by boat across Batur Lake.
Ubud. Famous amidst visitors from various countries for the Museum of Painting “Puri Lukisan”, countryside living and the artist community.
Uluwatu. Amazing temple perching on the edge of a stiff cliff on the south coast.


Looking for sun, sea and sand without the usual holiday crowd? Senggigi is Lombok’s most developed tourist region and many first-class resorts have mushroomed around the secluded bays and tranquil beaches.
Tanjung aan is probably Lombok’s finest beach. Northwest  of the island are the emerald-like islands of Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. Boasting powder white beachs, crystal-clear waters and an amazing underwater world, these islands are perfect for diving and snorkeling.



Muontain Bromo and Semeru

The Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park lies to the southeast of Surabaya. Its famous feature is the remarkable and vast ‘sand sea’ (covers 10 km), across which is the caldera of an ancient volcano (Tengger) and which four newer volcanic cone has emerged. The massif also includes the highest mountain in Java, Semeru
Tengger sandy area has been protected since 1919, and its believed to be the only conservation area in Indonesia, even probably in the world possessing a unique ocean and sand at the altitude about 2000 m above sea level.

East Java Caves

One of the adventure activities in Indonesia is caving. Lots of caves are unexplored; some of them are documented well by the Head of Geotourism Commission. Caves in Indonesia also facing an impact of development, especially karst caves.

In the past Indonesia’s rivers have sustained wildlife, nutured small communities that cluster on their banks and transported travelers. It’s only in recent years that their great potential for high-adrenalin recreational enjoyment in the form of white water rafting and kayaking has been utilized. But now whether you’re after a few hours of action in Bali or Java, or a multi-day expedition in Sumatera or Sulawesi, there’s enough to satisfy any white-water enthusiast’s appetite.


Indonesia is famous for its golf courses. Only around the capital city of Jakarta we find over 200 golf courses with 9 and 18 wholes, with different scale of difficulty suitable for advances players and those putting their first steps learning this fascinating game. We allow you to experience the most beautiful and demanding golf courses in Indonesia.


Nirwana Bali Golf Club
Jl. Raya Tanah Lot Kediri, Tabanan 82171
email : reservation@nirwanabaligolf.com
website : www.nirwanabaligolf.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1997
Designer : Greg Norman
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6.775 Y
Club House, Locker, Shower, Pro Shop, Golfer’s Terrance Restaurant, Halfway House, Driving Range, Club & Shoe Rental, Cart for hire, Billiard, Tennis Court.



Cengkareng Golf Club
Taman Niaga Soewarna Blok G Lot 1-2, Bandara International Soekarno-Hatta
email : cgc@cengkarenggolfclub.com
website : www.cengkarenggolfclub.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1999
Designer : Walter Raleigh Stewart
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6.701 M
Club House, Locker, Shower, Pro Shop, Restaurant, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Massage, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Driving Range, Putting Green, CCA Golf Academy for golf clinic and Banquet (for more than 1000 pax).


Damai Indah Golf & Country Club
Jl. Bukit Golf I BSD Sektor VI, Jakarta
email : club@damaiindah-golf.com
website : www.damaiindah-golf.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1989
Designer : Jack Niklaus
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6.545 M
Locker Rooms, Pro-shop, Restaurant, Sauna, Whirpool, Private Function Rooms, Practice, Driving Range, Chipping, Putting Greens and Practice Bunker, Night Golf (3 holes), Olympic Size Swimming Pool, Children’s Pool with Waterslides, Changing Rooms, Snack Bar, Outdoor Tennis.


Imperial Golf Club
2709 Jl. Pulau Golf Lippo
Karawaci 2700, Tanggerang 15811, Banten
email : sale@imperialklubgolf.com
website : www.imperialklubgolf.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1996
Designer : Desmond Muirhead
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5933 Y
Golf Carts, Male & Female Lockers, Massage, Food & Beverage, Golf View Restaurant,  Sunset Bar, Shower, Pro-shop, Coffee Shop, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Trolley for hire, Driving Range.


Jaya Ancol Golf Club
Jl. Lodan Timur No. 7, Jakarta
Phone : (62-21) 644712122
Fax     : (62-21) 64713518
Golf course info :
Year built : 1975
Designer : Ir. Ciputra
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 71
Total Distance : 5364 Y
Shower, Pro Shop, Restaurant, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Trolley for hire, Massage, Jacuzzi, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Locker, Club House.


Klub Golf Bogor Raya
Golf Estate Bogor Raya, Bogor
email : kgbr@indo.net.com
website : www.bogorlakeside.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1996
Designer : Graham V Marsh Golf Design
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 71
Total Distance : 5449 Y
Old Javanese style with luxury locker rooms, Sauna, Massage, Lazy Chair, Restaurant,  Pro-shop, Meeting and Function Room, 4 VIP Pavillions, Golf Carts, Grass Driving Range.


Matoa National Golf
Jl. Moch. Kahf I Km 7, Jakarta
email : marketing@matoanasional.net
website : www.matoanasional.net
Golf course info :
Year built : 1995
Designer : Ir. Budi Santoso
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5694 Y
Swimming Pool, Driving Range, Sauna, Golf Club for hire, Restaurant, Pro Shop, Club House.


Padang Golf Kemayoran
Jl. Ruas D 3-4 Kota Baru Bandar Kemayoran, Jakarta
Phone : (62-21) 6541156
Fax     : (62-21) 6545487
Golf course info :
Year built : 1998
Designer : Peter Dalkeith Scott
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5523 Y
Pro Shop, Restaurant, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Trolley for hire, Cart for hire, Driving Range, Shower, Locker, Club House.


Golf Pondok Indah
Jl. Metro Pondok Indah
Fatmawati, Cilandak Barat, Jakarta
email : mail@golfpondokindah.com
website : www.golfpondokindah.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1976
Designer : Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6941 Y
Massage, Barber Shop, Driving Range, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Golf Club for hire, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Pro Shop, Shower, Locker, Club House.


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Bukit Darmo Golf Club
Jl. Bukit Darmo Golf, Blok G2, Surabaya
email : bdgsby@bukitdarmogolf.com
website : www.bukitdarmogolf.com
 Golf course info :
Year built : 1995
Designer : Jack Nicklaus II
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6305 M
Driving Range, Locker  Rooms, Golfer Terrace Restaurant, T-Bar, Banqueting facilities, 2 Classy VIP Rooms, Golf Pro-Shop.


Perkumpulan Golf Ahmad Yani
Jl. Mastrip Gunungsari, Surabaya
website : www.yanigolf.or.id
Golf course info :
Year built : 1998
Designer : Prof. Erich Kremmer
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 6849 M
Club House, Locker, Shower, Pro-Shop, Restaurant, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Trolley for hire, Massage.


Lombok Golf Kosaido Country Club
Jl. Raya Tanjung, Sire Bay, Lombok
email : siregolf@mataram.wasantara.net.id
website : www.singasanahotels.com
 Golf course info :
Year built : 2001
Designer : Peter Thompson, Michael Wolveridge & Perret
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5846 M
Shoes for hire, Golf Club for hire, Pro Shop, Shower, Locker, Club House, Cart for hire, Driving Range.


B A T A  M

Indah Puri Golf Club
Jl. Ir. Sutami Patam Lestari Sekupang, Batam
Phone : (62-778) 323702 / 323703
Fax : (62-778) 323720
Golf course info :
Year built : 1992
Designer : Golf Plan – Ronald Fream USA
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5600 M
Club House, Locker, Shower, Restaurant, Pro Shop, Coffee Shop, Golf Club for hire, Trolley for hire, Cart for hire, Shoes for hire, Massage, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Barber Shop, Driving Range, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Karaoke.


Palm Spring Golf & Beach Resort
Jl. Hang Lekiu Nongsa, Batam
e-mail  : marketing@palmsprings.com.sg
website: www.palmsprings.com.sg
Golf course info :
Year built : 1989
Designer : Larry Nelson & IMG
Total Holes : 3 x 9 (Palm, Island, Resort)
Total Pars : 3 x 36
Total Distance : Palm 2958 M/ Island 2676 M/ Resort 2820 M
Restaurant, Pro Shop, Shower, Locker, Club House, Coffee Shop, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Trolley for hire, Motorized for hire, Cart for hire, Massage, Sauna, Barber Shop, Driving Range, Karaoke.


Southlinks Country Club
Jl. Gajah Mada Km. 9, Skp. Sei Ladi, Sekupang, Batam
e-mail  : sale@southlinksgolf.com
website: www.southlinksfolf.com
Golf course info :
Year built : 1995
Designer : Hisamitsu Ohnishi
Total Holes : 18
Total Pars : 72
Total Distance : 5435 M
Club House, Locker, Shower, Pro Shop, Shower, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Golf Club for hire, Shoes for hire, Cart for hire, Massage, Driving Range.



Batam View Beach Resort ****
Jln. Hang Lekit, Nongsa, Batam
Tel. +62 778 761740, 761741
Fax: +62 778 761747
Email: bvbri@indosat.net.id

Sheraton Arya Duta *****
Jln. Parapatan No 44-48
Jakarta 10110
Tel. +62 21 2311234, 23521234
Fax: 021 381 2060
Email: jktaj.reservation@hyattntl.com

Desa Sukapura
Probolinggo 67254
East Java - Indonesia
Phone : (0335) 581103 - 5
Fax. : (0335) 581142
Reservation Center
c / o Grand Residence
Office Park
Jl. Darmo Harapan 1 Surabaya 60187 - Indonesia
Phone : (031) 7329945 - 6
Fax. : (031) 725156

JW Marriott Hotel*****
Jln. Embong Malang 85-89
Tel. +62 31 5458888
Fax: +62 31 5468888
Email: hotel@jwmarriot-surabaya.com

Holiday Inn Resort Lombok****
Jln. Raya Mangsit Senggigi
Telp: 0370 693444

Sanur Beach Hotel****
Jln. Danau Tamblingan, Sanur
Tel 0361 288011