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Download the app today! TapIn, we believe in making things simple and beautiful. Were on a mission to make travel beautiful and make saving and sharing our memories on our trips delightful.Places are more than just physical locations. Theyre where we create memories and experience joys that will remain with us for the rest of our lives. They help us experience the world. We want to use technology make this a fun and enjoyable process rather than a chore of writing reviews or submitting ratings.We want to bring people together by sharing their memories and helping other people create their own.TapIn is an app to save the places you want to remember, beautifully. Share them with your family and friends or explore the ones that others are sharing. Its a great way to log the places youve loved on your trips or near home.Simply put, TapIn is your bookmark for the real world.

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President departs for South Kalimantan to inaugurate Tapin Dam

Feb 18, 2021

President departs for South Kalimantan to inaugurate Tapin Dam 4 hours ago President Joko Widodo left for South Kalimantan Province  on Thursday morning to inaugurate Tapin Dam. (Biro Pers Setpres) Jakarta (ANTARA) - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) departed for a working visit to South Kalimantan Province on Thursday morning to inaugurate Tapin Dam. The president and his limited entourage departed from the Halim Perdanakusuma Airbase in East Jakarta aboard presidential aircraft Indonesia-1 at 7:30 Western Indonesia Time (WIB). Shortly after arriving at the Syamsudin Noor Airbase in Banjarbaru City, South Kalimantan, the head of state is scheduled to continue his trip to Tapin District by an Indonesian Air Force Super Puma helicopter. During the visit, the president is also scheduled to inspect the resettlement of people affected by the construction of the dam. The president's entourage included Public Works and People's Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono, Chief of the Presidential Staff Moeldoko, Chief of the Presidential Secretariat Heru Budi Hartono, and President's Military Secretary Rear Marshal Tonny Harjono. Other members of the entourage comprised Presidential Security Detail (Paspampres) Commander Major General Agus Subiyanto and Presidential Secretariat's Deputy for Protocol, Press, and Media Affairs Bey Machmudin.

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