at Yos Sudarso harbor on Maluku's Ambon Island soon after passengers disembarked from a ferry that had just arrived from nearby Banda Island
, also in Maluku.
The subduction zone that extends from western part of Andaman Island in the northwest and Banda Island
in the east is the most active seismic source in the Indonesian region.
A colonial painting of the Banda Islands
introduces the 1621 voc massacre.
The less explored spots in South- East Asia, like Koh Samui, Krabi, Hua Hin, Phi- Phi Islands in Thailand; Langkawi, Penang Island, Malacca and Johor Bahru in Malaysia; Bali, Banda Islands
, Yogyakarta and Surabaya in Indonesia; and Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam are now being opted by Indian travellers at large," adds Malhi.
After arriving to much celebration in Ambon, many yachts spend some time cruising the surrounding islands, some heading north to the Philippines and Borneo, or west to Bali and beyond while others return to Darwin via a scenic route that takes in the Banda Islands
and Tanimbar Islands.
Keeling sent the larger vessel home and sailed East on the Hector to the Banda Islands
, then back to Bantam, which he departed in October 1609.
Nutmeg and mace, products of the same fruit, have their origins in the Banda Islands
, which for centuries were known as the "Nutmeg Islands.
4) Against this conclusion, the perkenier system in the Banda Islands
has been described as a form of exploitation 'unheard of in Asia', one that represented a 'Caribbean cuckoo in an Asian nest'.
Topics include resistance and the status of the nation in East Timor, Filipino domestic workers and transmigrants as their own global nation, migration in Indonesia and Indonesians as Australians, the Butonese in the Banda Islands
, Bugis migration to Samarinda (East Kalimantan), Florenese women at home and abroad, and eastern Indonesian migrants and their shifting subjectivity.
Many of the well-preserved beaches are those in more isolated areas such as Karimunjawa, the Togian Islands and the Banda Islands
My research on Islam and European incursions during the late pre-colonial period in the Banda Islands
of Eastern Indonesia suggests that the influence of Islam cannot be disassociated from the people who brought its ideas to Southeast Asia, their social networks, particularly trade networks, and other localized factors as diverse as the effects of eating or not eating pigs on local ecological systems and the geographic situation of maritime trade ports and settlements.
This article discusses the interrelation of moral discourse and resource use in the Banda Islands
, Central Maluku, Indonesia.