Between Gilimanuk and Ketapang – I had a really wonderful, simple, but meaningful day. The world is getting smaller every year. Most travellers to or from Java can get an onward ferry or bus straight away, the terminus for ferries that shuttle back… Continue Reading

Travel Like a Ciu Maker in Sukoharjo – Travel like a ciu maker at Bekonang village, Sukoharjo district, not far from Solo in Central Java Province. At the entrance to the village, a rusty, official-looking sign says that this is a home-industry alcohol-producing village. And, the… Continue Reading

Pursuit of Music: Gamelan-Making in Bekonang – Hi travel junkies, here for you. Spectacular gamelan-making in Bekonang village, Sukoharjo – Central Java. It is another magical, mysterious product of ancient Java. Bekonang, the locals pointed down the street, and as a full-time travel blogger and… Continue Reading

Lembang Eating: Lontong Curry and Chicken Shredded – Last week’s  breakfast – Lontong with curry and sesame dukkah, with Chicken shredded. One of my favourite West Java meals is Lontong Kare with Chicken shredded. I absolutely love Lontong (rice-cake) Kare (curry).

Snorkling in Umbul Ponggok Klaten – Hi travel junkies! I hope you all had a fantastic start to the new year, we certainly had a memorable and relaxing few weeks. Our group wisatakita took a trip to the Klaten region of Central Java. It’s… Continue Reading

Incredible Yoga on Borobudur Temple – Hi travel junkies, I have some fabulous new updates from Borobudur temple to share with you, where International Travel Bloggers spent much of last month. We woke up early and was out the door at 05.00am to go… Continue Reading

Travel Like A Sultan at Taman Sari Yogyakarta – Still from Yogyakarta, where International Travel Bloggers spent much of last month. One afternoon in Jogja we went to Taman Sari to find out what the magical water castle, and ‘sultan wants a wife’. “The sultans had two… Continue Reading

Ramayana Ballet is Java’s Most Spectacular Dance Drama – I have some pretty cool to share from Yogyakarta, where International Travel Bloggers spent much of last month. one night in Jogja we went to Ramayana Ballet in Prambanan temple to find out what Java’s most magical mystery… Continue Reading