Anyar Destination Guide
Discover Anyar in Indonesia!
Anyar in the region of Banten is a place located in Indonesia - some 64 mi (or 104 km) West of Jakarta, the country's capital.
Local time in Anyar is now 06:17 AM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Jakarta" with an UTC offset of 7 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Tasikmalaya, Bandar Lampung, Kubangkepuh, Panjang, Pandeglang or Cipayung. When in this area, you might want to check out Penyurungan, Pamekser, Mancak, Sambironyok, Kopo Tanjakan and Cikedung as well. We found some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Kasih Pertama - Ernie Johan
Indonesia Evergreen Top Pop Nostalgia Love Song Video At : Carita Cottage Anyer, Cilegon Banten, Indonesia Taaked On : Thursday 8 January 2004 By : Suwarto Kartasoewarto Wartonet 3CCD Mini-DV DVCAM Fi...
Wiranas Goes To Anyer - The Way | Part 1...
June 24th, 2010. 7:50 PM - 3:30 AM We were on the way to Anyer Beach to spend our fuckin' awesome HOLIDAY!! Our Car (Music and Singing Part) : Tomi Shebrian "The Joker" Hendrick "Jewish-Boy" Alexander...
Baramundi Casting Place - Project
14 Juli 2010 - 12:00-13:00 [Na2nk, Sigit, Opay] Progress Check & Casting Trial
Annular Solar Eclipse January 26 2009 - ...
Just a sequential of pictures during the annular solar eclipse, observed from Anyer Lighthouse, Banten, Indonesia, January 26 2009, with adding some 'rainbow effect'. Camera: Fuji Finepix S3+fish-eye ...
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Interesting facts about this location
Anyer (also Anjer) is a town in Banten, formerly West Java, Indonesia, fifteen kilometres south of Merak. It is home of a forty metre lighthouse built by King Willem III of the Netherlands in 1885 as a memorial for the townspeople killed by the eruption of Krakatau, which destroyed the town. It is also the starting point of the Great Post Road, built by the Dutch in the nineteenth century, which ran 1,000 kilometres to the eastern tip of Java.
Located at -6.05, 105.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
The Sunda Strait is the strait between the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra. It connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean. The name comes from the Indonesian term Pasundan, meaning "West Java. It also comes from the name of the Sundanese people the native people of west Java with the Javanese people being found mostly in Central and East Java."
Located at -6.05, 105.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Merak is a city and seaport in Cilegon, Banten, on the northwestern tip of Java, Indonesia. The port and town are named after the Green Peafowl, which once lived in the region, but is now very rare. The port is connected to Jakarta via the Jakarta-Merak Toll Road.
Located at -6.05, 105.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
Bakauheni is town in the southern part of the province of Lampung, Indonesia and is the largest and busiest port in the province. Ferries carrying passengers and vehicles, particularly large trucks, connect Bakauheni with the major port of Merak in Java across the Sunda Strait. There are plans for a Sunda Strait Bridge to connect the Bakauheni district with Java. The harbour is managed by the national port company PT ASDP.
Located at -6.05, 105.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 17 mi away.
HMAS Perth (D29)
HMAS Perth was a modified Leander-class light cruiser operated by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) during World War II. She was constructed for the Royal Navy, and commissioned as HMS Amphion in 1936. After several years on the North America and West Indies Station, the cruiser was transferred to the RAN in 1939 and recommissioned as HMAS Perth. At the start of World War II, the cruiser was used to patrol Australian waters, before being sent to the Mediterranean at the end of 1940.
Located at -6.05, 105.92 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 19 mi away.
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