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Jakarta, 2-4 March
Among the international names decorating this year's lineup are: Goo Goo Dolls, Vanessa Williams, Dionne Warwick, Harvey Mason, Incognito, Chris Walker, Lee Ritenour, Larry Carlton, Jhene Aiko, Elan Trotman, Daniel Caesar, Kevin Randolph, LAUV, Maya Azucena, Ron King Big Band, The Commodores Experience ft. Thomas McClary, Tony Monaco, and more.
Sumbawa, 9-11 April
The festival will be highlighted with a number of events including Mantar Festival in West Sumbawa, a culture festival which features water buffalo racing; Tambora Challenge, a 320K run that starts from West Sumbawa and finishes in Doro Canga, Dompu; Surfing in Lakey Beach; and Pekat Tambora Art and Cultural Performance in Sangiang, Bima Regency.
Bintan island, 11-13 May
Treat yourself to a weekend of multisport, family fun and relaxed beach vibe. The stunning island course will tantalise your sporting senses before you unwind in the tropical sun or join the festivities at the evening Garden Party. Bring the kids, or your best buddies. Travel-easy day trip options available.
Bali, 9 June-7 July
It is the perfect moment to witness Bali’s wealth of performing arts. You'll also catch a glimpse of various cultural highlights from other islands in Indonesia. The annual celebration showcases various artworks and cultural achievements. It invites the public to the Taman Werdhi Budaya Arts Centre in Denpasar. Most of the daily exhibitions and art performances are focused here.
Tenggarong, 20-28 July
Kutai regency is one tourist destination that is known by a variety of cultural heritage, namely the Kingdom of Kutai and Kutai kingdom Ing Martadipura are the main attraction for tourists to visit. Cultural heritage relics of empire is still alive and awake until now.
Jayawijaya-Papua, 8-11 August
Baliem Valley Cultural Festival is a showcase appearance of art and culture of the people of the Central Mountains with the appearance of its main attractions "Things Tribal War". During the festival, have your camera ready. Very often you will come across unique moments that you never want to miss.
West Sulawesi, 17-20 August
The annual Sandeq Race is one of the main nautical events in Indonesia. In 2017, this sailing race started in Mamuju (West Sulawesi) and ended in Makassar (South Sulawesi). Sandeq is the name of Mandar Tribe's traditional boat. The tagline of the race: “The Hardest, The Longest and The Fastest”. Read the experience here.
Jakarta & Palembang, 18 August - 2 September
For the first time, the Asian Games are being co-hosted in two cities : the Indonesian capital of Jakarta (hosting the Games for the first time since 1962), and Palembang, the capital of South Sumatra province. Events will be held in and around the two cities, including sites in Jakarta's neighboring provinces of Banten and West Java. Jakarta would host both the opening and closing ceremonies.
The three mascots are: Bhin Bhin (a cenderawasih or "bird of paradise"), Atung (a Bawean deer), and Kaka (a Javan rhinoceros). They represents the Eastern, Central, and Western regions of Indonesia.
Lampung, 24-26 August
As the prime event of Lampung, - Sumatra's southern-most province- the festival is aimed to promote Lampung and all its wonders as one of Indonesia's top tourist destinations. Commemorating the world's historical eruption of Mount Krakatau on 26 August 1883, the Krakatau Tour in 2017-Festival tok the participants into an unforgettable journey back in time.
Padang, 5-14 September
The World Class Tour de Singkarak that crosses the West Sumatra countryside will again take some of the world's most renowned cyclists on an exciting race across this regions's magnificent landscapes from beaches, past blue lakes , climbing numerous hairpin bends up to the foot of volcanoes.
Yogyakarta, 6-7 October
Kustomfest features custom motorcycles, cars, body art, custom bicycle and various custom-culture shows, mixed of Indonesian culture, that are rich in elements of the process and appreciation. This annual event was attended by tens of thousands of visitors, automotive enthusiasts and custom communities from all over the world.
Nusa Dua - Bali, 8-14 October
Held annually since 1946, the Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the International Monetary Fund & World Bank Group (IMF-WBG) bring together the finance ministers and central bank governors from 189 member countries to discuss a range of issues related to poverty reduction, international economic development and finance. The 2018 Annual Meetings will be held in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia in October.
Around 12,000 up to 15,000 people attend the Annual Meetings, including about 3,500 delegates from 189 member countries, roughly 1,000 media representatives, and more than 5,000 participants representing the private sector, the banking community, academic institutions, civil society organizations, and also observers and parliamentarians.
Lake Toba, 5-8 December
Lake Toba Festival will cover comprehensive activities from music, arts and crafts, traditional sports competitions, a tourism seminar, to exhibitions. Lake Toba is one of the most fascinating natural wonders of the world. Measuring over 1,145 square kilometers with a depth of 450 meters, Lake Toba is acknowledged as the largest lake in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest lakes in the world.
Lake Toba is closer to reach from the Silangit airport, as alternative to 5-hour overland ride from Medan, capital of North Sumatra.