Showing posts from July, 2016

Exploring Jakarta : Google Map Reaching Out Transjakarta

Google Map application is now becoming more friendly to users of trasnportation public services in Jakarta, particularly Transjakarta Bus. As a result of collaboration between , Google Map and PT Transjakarta, Google Map now displays integrated information about Jakarta bus corridor 1 to 12, completed with routes, and stops.
Director of Google Map, Suren Ruhela, who himself came to Jakarta, said that the new service is the first Google Map in Southeast Asia. In addition to Jakarta, these services also exist in several other major cities, such as Sao Palo, Brazil.
To use it, users can open the smart phone features represented transit train icon after entering the destination location. Transjakarta logo icon will display all the information, up to date information if   there is a delay of arrival. The feature reliability of this Transit in other cities, as told by Suren, is pretty awesome. Accuracy time of arrival, for example, average just different no more than one minute from the rea…

Visit Tour de Singkarak (TDF) 2016 in West Sumatera, Indonesia.

According 2016 UCI cycling calendar in Asia Tour 2016,Tour de Singkarak (TDF) willagain be held on August 6 ( The International bicycle racing event is promised to be held more professional and the most spectacular ever. The Opening and Start of the first stage will be from Singkarak Lake (TDS icon) and finish (finalstage)in the city ofPadang on August 14, 2016.
The local government in each stage will hold distinct events to celebrate this international event and help promote tourism destinations in its respective locality. In addition, for the first time in 2016 TDS will also be enlivened with culinary festival in Padang on August 3 to 4 a city tour in Bukittinggi.
The even is  followed by 25 teams, divided into 19 teams from overseas and six teams from the local team. Actually,  there are 45 teams of local and international signed up but followed only by 25 teams.  The teams  from abroad coming from Asia, Australia and Africa. Such as Laos…