Gunung Api Purba (Photo Journal)

Climbing an ancient volcano? Why not! Continue reading “Gunung Api Purba (Photo Journal)”

Lava Tour (Photo Journal)

I wanted to climb Mount Merapi with my friends, but the area was closed due to an accident at the crater. Lava Tour was the closest to exploring Merapi, the active volcano in Jogjakarta.

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Prambanan (Photo Journal)

There was a competition between the Hindus and the Buddhists in the 8th century Java. Believers wanted to build the best temples to honour their Gods. It resulted in two beautiful ancient structures in Indonesia, Prambanan and Borobudur temples.

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Borobudur (Photo Journal)

Borobudur is the third UNESCO World Heritage that I have featured on this blog. My fascination on the world heritage made the World Heritage List (WHL) a major bucket list. I want to see every single site and learn about so many things. Continue reading “Borobudur (Photo Journal)”

Taman Sari/Water Castle (Photo Journal)

I really wanted to see the iconic staircase in Taman Sari, the royalties’ recreational bathing place. So right after I completed the tour around Kraton, I asked for direction to the place and walked there. Continue reading “Taman Sari/Water Castle (Photo Journal)”

Kraton (Photo Journal)

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18 Things To Do in Jogjakarta

Jogjakarta is one of the travel paradise of Indonesia. Its close proximity to East Java, home of beautiful volcanoes and beaches, and the famous Bali island with all the amazing surrounding islands made it a must-visit destination. You get to experience the culture and the humility of its locals (Trust me, they are unlike the city people in Jakarta or any other big cities in Indonesia). Plus, you get to go back to the past with Borobudur and Prambanan temples, two of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, just an hour away from the city. Continue reading “18 Things To Do in Jogjakarta”