View from Borobudur

Borobudur Temple, built in the 9th century during the reign of the Sailendra Dynasty, the temple was designed in Javanese Buddhist architecture, which blends the Indonesian indigenous cult of ancestor worship and the Buddhist concept of attaining Nirvana. The Sailendra Dynasty built this Largest Buddhist monument … Continue readingView from Borobudur

Bogor Palace

Between The Botanical Garden and The City Indonesia has 6 Presidential Palace: 1. Istana Negara (State Palace, Jakarta) 2. Istana Merdeka (Merdeka Palace, Jakarta 3. Istana Bogor (Bogor Palace, Bogor) 4. Istana Tampaksiring (Tampaksiring Palace, Bali) 5. Gedung Agung (Yogyakarta Palace) 6. Istana Cipanas (Cipanas … Continue readingBogor Palace

Rawapening

When we travel from Semarang to Yogyakarta there is a little lake, near Ambarawa Basin named Rawapening Lake, it’s located between Ambarawa and Salatiga. Rawapening literally meaning ‘Clear Swamp’, from the Javanese Bening. It covers a total area of 2,500 to 2,670 hectares (25.0 to … Continue readingRawapening

The Prambanan

The Prambanan Temple ……… every time we heard that name, people usually bringing into one heritage architectural building, that already known as an ancient building. The closest course to get to Prambanan temple is from Yogyakarta, you can take route Jalan Adisucipto to Jalan Solo, … Continue readingThe Prambanan

Jakarta, The Night

This place called by local Jakarta people as “Bundaran HI” or Hotel Indonesia Rotunda, use to be Hotel Indonesia around the corner, now the management under Kempinski Indonesia. “Bundaran HI” surrounded by several high rise building and become the heart of Jakarta, and it’s very … Continue readingJakarta, The Night