Indonesia is not only known as a country rich in traditional dishes extremely shake the tongue, thousands of islands, indigenous culture, abundant natural resources, religious diversity, but is also known as a country rich in tourist areas.
Uniquely, the area of tourism in Indonesia is also known to have nicknames. The nicknames given to the areas of tourism in Indonesia are certainly not without a clear origin. By the way, what is the origin of the nickname of the area of tourism in Indonesia?
Island of Thousand Temples: Bali
The island is an outline of the target of the local and foreign tourists is very well known to the Island of Thousand Temples. Island of Thousand Temples became nicknames of Bali Island is because the average population adheres to Balinese Hinduism. Well, considering this condition is not surprising that there are many temples in Bali can be found ranging from the population in every home, in places of worship, until the tourist place.
Veranda of Mecca City: Aceh
Acehnese or Indonesian city of the zero point is dubbed as City of Veranda of Mecca. Why? No other reason for being the prime area of the introduction of Islam, once the mecca of science in the archipelago, was once the base for the pilgrimage throughout the country, and so forth.
Flower City: Bandung
One of the cities which became a hit at the local and foreign tourists is very known as the Flower City. Why is that? What was the reason? This is not because in ancient times, the city is considered to be very beautiful which can be seen from the many trees and beautiful flowers are the body there.
Well, that’s some of the origins of the nickname in some areas of tourism in Indonesia. Hopefully the above information can add to your knowledge and insight.