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Osaka (OSA : Osaka All airports)

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Flight Mataram to Osaka : Location & Airport information

Mataram

Time zone in Mataram is : GMT+08:00

Mataram is the capital city of West Nusa Tenggara and also become the largest city of this province. Batu Bolong Temple, Lingsar Temple, Mayura Park, Tomb of Loang Baloq, are some of travel destinations must be visit if come to Mataram. Narmada Park also attracted the attention of man visitors. It has a Hindu temple and swimming pool, as well as a fountain which is called “Balai Petirtaan”, which, according to the legend, gives long life to the person that drinks the water. Come to this city and witness the wonderful view.

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Osaka

Time zone in Osaka is : GMT+09:00

Being the third largest city in Japan, Osaka is also the commercial center of Japan. Literally, Osaka means “large hill” or “large slope”. Osaka often referred to as the “nation’s kitchen” in feudal Edo period because it was the centre of trading for rice, creating the first modern futures exchange market in the world. The city was formerly known as Naniwa and was once Japan’s capital city.