Indonesia

Discussion in 'Asia' started by T-REDZ, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. BobPS

    BobPS Been here awhile

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    Hi Brenden,

    You can not register the bike under your name if you don't have KITAS. As a foreigner, you need KITAS to register the bike.
    However, as you mentioned, you can leave the bike registered under the previous owner's name and as long you have the document of ownership with you, you'll be fine. In fact, many people when buying used vehicle, tend to leave the vehicle under the previous owner's name and only transfer it to their names when they need to pay their annual vehicle tax.

    As for will you run into problem leaving the country with "other people's bike"... I don't know the answer to that ...and can only speculate. I would think that if you have carnet and the document of ownership (BPKB and STNK), you won't have a problem. But , as I said, I do not know for sure.

    Now, TE 630 subframe mod ... instead of welding, what about doing a subframe modification like CJ Brown "browneye" did?
    I haven't done the modification myself cause I don't see a need to do it... but if I ever need to, I would do CJ's subframe mod.
  2. gungpasuruan

    gungpasuruan Adventurer

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    When people talk about Candi (ancient temple), our mind will automatically
    be guided to a sturdy building that is composed of stacked stones and
    statues. More specifically, the image of the temple in our minds is identical
    with the temple of Borobudur and Prambanan temples.

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    But, Candi Belahan looks different than other temples. This temple is very
    unique and fascinating, because there are two statues of Dewi Sri and Dewi
    Laksmi who is a symbol of prosperity and fertility.

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    Candi Belahan is more popularly known as Sumber Tetek by local people.
    As you can see at this picture, fresh water pouring from Dewi Laksmi’s nipple.

    you can read the bahasa-indonesia report at Nusantaride
    http://www.nusantaride.com/Forums/showthread.php?t=364
  3. Kookz

    Kookz Adventurer

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    Thanks Bob! Sounds like I won't let the issue of ownership keep me from doing the trip, now to wait and see if I'll have the time off or not.

    For the subframe, I looked at his bracing but I didn't like how it clamps onto the subframe. A small triangle above and below the "extension" of the subframe should be stronger and very easy, but of course that's if I can find access to a TIG. Either way, I wouldn't let it stop me from buying the bike and it may not be necessary at all.

    Thanks for the help everyone, maybe I'll see you this fall!
  4. gungpasuruan

    gungpasuruan Adventurer

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    This is a truly beautiful spot to visit. it is absolutely gorgeous.
    Seeing the waterfall fall into the ocean, the cove is beautiful as
    well, but you can no longer get down there because of high tide &
    big waves.

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    Umbul Waru is a pretty little sheltered, with lovely turquoise
    waters and is fairly secluded. The fall is not big in terms of
    both the height and volume. However, the view itself is impressive
    since it is a waterfall in a hidden cliff towards the sea.

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    It was a bit hard to find in the beginning. Very well hidden along
    the road, it demands previous research on Google Earth to make sure
    you don't miss the location. There is a small trail that leads to
    Umbul Waru.

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    you can read the bahasa-indonesia report at Nusantaride
    http://www.nusantaride.com/Forums/showthread.php?t=1573
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  5. Rullyyogaswara_deoty

    Rullyyogaswara_deoty Adventurer

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    Up ah :)
  6. Bumpy ahead

    Bumpy ahead Bumpy Ahead

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    Lovely photos and write-up. Kudos to you mate.
  7. Bumpy ahead

    Bumpy ahead Bumpy Ahead

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    I've been away from a long trip recently, but somehow, I managed to do some ridings just to cure the thirst. Here are some of them in photos.... DSC_5611.jpg
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    These three photos are taken from my trip to East Java, in the end of 2012.
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  8. Bumpy ahead

    Bumpy ahead Bumpy Ahead

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    On a ride to central Java, I stopped by on a food stall near Kebumen...
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    and, on my way back to Jakarta, I paid a visit to the largest dam in Indonesia, Jatiluhur.
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  9. pzxr

    pzxr Adventurer

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    Hi there"...anyone island hopped with their bike using ferries boats from Bali to Malaysia and onto Phillipines or Thailand?
  10. Pecha72

    Pecha72 Long timer

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    Yes, though I went from Bangkok to Bali. And it was 8 years ago. Should be plenty of ferries between Bali-Java and Java-Sumatra. Sumatra to Peninsular Malaysia is more of a problem, if you are really lucky, there is a ferry connection, but most likely there is not, and you have to work something out, usually you put the bike on a freight boat, and get yourself a passenger boat or flight. The famous Cakra Shipping, whose "onion boat" actually took my bike from Penang to Belawan, I hear they have their boat(s) impounded by customs right now! But it is Asia, and there will always be a way. And Indo is just FANTASTIC, I really REALLY loved the place, the food, the people, the scenery, everything... ok not everything, the roads & traffic sometimes sucked, but were mostly quite tolerable (except near Jakarta!) I hope to do it again some time (not Jakarta on a bike, though!!)

    Getting your MC to Philippines could also be some sort of a problem, although I haven´t done it myself. In general, there are very few international passenger ferry lines existing any more, even though that area is one where there obviously is a lot of marine traffic – cheap flight tickets killed most longer ferry/steamer routes decades ago. Good luck & enjoy!
  11. pzxr

    pzxr Adventurer

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    Cheers, thanks the info, appreciated
  12. proleevo

    proleevo n00b

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    Pada ngumpul dimarih rupanya...

    Nebeng dong bang...
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  13. aria251

    aria251 Adventurer

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    Dah lama kaga nongol,, apakabar semua, semoga semuanya sehat selalu

    #latepost

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  14. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    Test aaah udah lama gak parkir.. ;)
  15. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    1IMG_20160506_104116_1.jpg Bike: TVS Apache RTR 180 - 2014
    Location: Sapenan Beach - Kalianda - Lampung - Sumatra
    #NDAY2016
  16. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    #NDAY2016

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  17. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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  18. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    a nice video capture from a friend...

    *on the way to Lampung
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  19. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    Have to move location of our tent because of the heat is so f*ckin' killing us on that beach.. :)

    Bike: TVS Apache RTR 180 - 2014
    Location: Sapenan Beach - Kalianda - Lampung - Sumatra
    #NDAY2016

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  20. T-REDZ

    T-REDZ ADVentourider

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    Ini di Pondok Cabe yak atawa K2S Limo...?