A 7.1 Richter magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s main island of Java early this morning. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage from this quake.
The U.S. Geological Survey mentioned that the epicentre was located about 318 kilometres (nearly 200 miles) in the southern Java which is just only 24 kilometres (15 miles) beneath the ocean floor.
Thousands of people in the town of Cilacap poured into the streets and ran to high ground because of potential tsunami warning alerted, but there was nothing happened after the alerted of a tsunami had passed.
Yogyakarta, one of the main central tourism in Central Java which located approximately 175 kilometres from the quake, has no effect to tourist activity. And Bali, located more than 700 kilometres away from the earthquake epicenter, has no effect of this earthquake as well.
All tourist activities and services remains in normal conditions.