The most descriptive source for information about this Indonesian city is of course Wikipedia: Palembang. A website called Turkey-Visit.com offers a selection of maps on their page Palembang Map, but the majority of them only open up into a restricted size that allows no further enlargement — as an example, refer to this one:
It is apparent that the map should be interactive, allowing a visitor to increase its size and thus bring more detail concerning the jumbled place markers into view. A number of them are in such congested proximity, the overlap makes it impossible to identify just what all of the icons represent. Whatever the original of this map was, it undoubtedly would have identified what each icon was when the visitor hovered a cursor over the symbol.
As it is, the map has limited efficacy.
A website called TipTopGlobe.com has collected together some distance statistics, indicating how far Palembang is from a random group of other cities — but only in terms of kilometers (as opposed to miles): City (town) Palembang: map, population, location.
For some more specific detail about Palembang, you might find at least a few of the following websites to be helpful or of interest:
One that is characteristic of Palembang is the traditional food. Palembang city known as pempek city, pempek is a food made from sago and fish. Palembang split into two by the Musi river and called the maritime city, so most …
Publish Date: 06/27/2013 21:31
By the way, compare the preceding supposed blog with the ones here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Does it strike you that the same person could be responsible for all of them? The similarities are just too stark.
To pass the time, I hired an ojek — a motorcycle taxi — for the day to take me around Palembang with the stated goal of capturing everyday life in the dense, sprawling city. Previously: A day in the life of Palembang: Musi River
Publish Date: 04/15/2013 0:04
Uncategorized southeastasiankingdoms 3:24 am. As we have already said, Palembang is not a city with a high profile. Few people in Western countries are likely to have heard of it, let alone consider it as a tourist destination.
Publish Date: 04/26/2013 20:24
Palembang: Town of Memories. By gregoriuserico. On behalf of my mind, my heart, and my soul, I ought to propound that this new year has had itself at the top of my best new year ever in my life. It was perfect – sensational.
Publish Date: 01/02/2012 1:59
The city of Palembang is largely unknown to foreign tourists. Even to its closest foreign neighbours across the Strait, Palembang is just a place they remember from school textbooks as the hometown of Parameswara the …
Publish Date: 02/17/2013 1:06
Palembang, the second largest town on Sumatra after Medan, was once the celebrated seat of the rich and powerful Srivijaya kingdom, that for more than three centuries – from the 9th to the 11th century – reigned supreme …
Publish Date: 04/10/2013 6:48
It is also the final resting place of several traders of diverse ethnicity from the old port towns of our region – neighbouring Riau, Palembang, and Pontianak, as well as Banjarmasin and the Javanese and Bugis ports further afield. Some of these …
Publish Date: 06/11/2013 19:48
I spoke to few foreigners who visited Palembang, some for working purpose, some for leisure. Almost 90% of them said “I think Palembang is nice” when I asked how do they think about this city. Well, I think they are just being …
Publish Date: 05/21/2013 7:57
Palembang is the capital city of the South Sumatra province in Indonesia. Palembang is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia, and has a history of being a capital of a maritime empire. Located on the Musi River banks on the …
Publish Date: 01/17/2013 18:45
It rises near Gunung Kaba (1,937 m) in the Barisan Range and divides the city of Palembang into halves (Ilir and Ulu) before flowing finally into the Bangka Strait. DSC_0879. DSC_0988. DSC_0983. DSC_0952. DSC_0996.
Publish Date: 02/17/2013 22:16
Ricky, the photographer, found this rare sight in Palembang, a city 1700Km away from the metropolitan. It is a city that’s more well known for its rivers and fishcakes, rather than posh automobiles. This Cayman has earned the …
Publish Date: 10/29/2012 4:30
To pass the time, I hired an ojek — a motorcycle taxi — for the day to take me around Palembang with the stated goal of capturing everyday life in the dense, sprawling city. Previously: A day in the life of Palembang: Musi River.
Publish Date: 04/02/2013 2:45
We were sent to the bus terminal which looks like one which we could find in a small town made of wood, where we had to wait till four a.m. before the bus came. And it is not a super executive but a less glamorous one with a …
Publish Date: 06/07/2013 16:04
Perhaps currently best-known for co-hosting the last annual SEA Games alongside Jakarta in 2011, Palembang Indonesia is the capital city of South Sumatra and a stellar metropolis destination for visitors to South-East Asia, Situated astride …
Publish Date: 06/21/2012 0:52
Elisabeth Town – A Reason and Waiting live performed @ Radja Sport Center Palembang
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Elisabethtown live perform @ INDIES MIXMAX Palembang. Performing A Reason and Waiting. Recorded by OVMstudio.
Elisabethtown is Palembang’s indie rock band. they are Ima, Adit, Comen, and Aji. Elisabethtown was formed in 27th June, 2007. Check ’em out at :
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