Papua comprises most of the western half of the island of New Guinea and nearby islands. Its capital is Jayapura. Papua province is one of the richest provinces in Indonesia with natural resources and has not been explored. The myriad of exotic fish, coral and marine mammals in a breathtaking underwater that is largely still provide an enticing challenge for both amateur and profesional divers. The four largest islands in the archipelago are waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Missol, wich shelter a richly diverse land species and forest, stunningly beautiful above and below the water.

Tourism in Papua Province is the Topic of Business Forum Papua on May 2012 in Floriade. Tourism potential of this province in Indonesia is almost perfect. Forest, plantations, agriculture, fisheries, mining is a part of Papua Province. Raja Ampat has only recently been discovered by scientist as having the world's richest reef system and Possibly holding the richest variety of species in the world's and Papua has abundant amount of fish. Even today, the area is still the least explored dive areas in the world. Marine environment, including huge schools of fish, tiny seahorse, and rich coral formations.

You will see Anirey Dance, Weru Dance, Nuwath Ran Kuri Dan Pasai Dance and  Munara Tifa Dance, War Dance, Sajojo Dance, Yamko Rambe Yamko Dance, Suanggi Dance And others at Indonesia Pavilion on May. It is Amazing dance from Papua.