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  • Kasunanan Surakarta Palace: Old Java Kingdom

    Kasunanan Surakarta Palace: Old Java Kingdom
    Surakarta is a unique city in East Java especially to those who really love antique stuff. If you wanna go back to 100 years past, follow me.
  • Karimunjawa Islands

    Karimunjawa Islands
    One day an instant message pop-up on my screen, "hey, my uncle is going to Karimunjawa for his works, wanna come with us?" Kariwunjawa Islands consists of 27 little island, it is located in the north side of Central Java, Indonesia (on the map I marked Jepara, it's actually the white dots on the north of it).
  • Chasing the Sun at Dieng Plateau

    Chasing the Sun at Dieng Plateau
    The Dieng Plateau is a caldera complex formed after an eruption of Mt. Prau. The caldera was once full of water which then dried up. However, volcanic activity continues to this day as you can find sulfuric fumes and poisonous lakes in the area. Located at an altitude of 2000m, the temperature here is also much cooler compared to the surrounding lowlands. The ancient Javanese Hindus built temples here and hailed Dieng Plateau as a sacred place.
  • Parangkusumo Beach: More than Just a Beach in Yogyakarta

    Parangkusumo Beach: More than Just a Beach in Yogyakarta
    Playing on the beach, feeling the warmth of the sun...enjoying the view is fun, but what if you can play on the beach and the desert at the same time? Do you wanna know how it'll be like? Read on...
  • Ratu Boko: The Temple of Yogyakarta Exoticism

    Ratu Boko: The Temple of Yogyakarta Exoticism
    I've always loved the Ratu Boko Temple or Boko Temple, because of its exoticism and its different from other temples in Yogyakarta. There's so much we can capture here. The combination of the temple, lawn, and the trees just make Boko Temple more exotic and sometimes you can find some animals there too.
  • Yogyakarta

    Yogyakarta
    Yogyakarta (also Jogja, Yogya, Jogjakarta) is a city in the Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. It is renowned as a center of classical Javanese fine art and culture such as batik, ballet, drama, music, poetry, and puppet shows. It is also famous as a center for Indonesian higher education. Yogyakarta was the Indonesian capital during the Indonesian National Revolution from 1945 to 1949.
  • Exploring Plaosan Temple Complex,Yogyakarta

    Exploring Plaosan Temple Complex,Yogyakarta
    Plaosan Temple is one of the Hindu-Buddha temples located in Bugisan Village, which is east of Yogyakarta City and about 1 kilometer northeast of Prambanan Temple. Plaosan Temple was built in the mid 9th century by Sri Kahulunnan or Pramodhawardhani, the daughter of Samaratungga, a descendant of the Sailendra Dynasty, and who was married to Rakai Pikatan in the Hindu tradition.
  • Candi Gedong Songo

    Candi Gedong Songo
    When you are traveling in Java, from West Java, Central Java, to East Java, lay hundreds of old historical Buddhist and Hindu religious temples that you ought to explore; it is been said, that deep underground of the land of Java, many more temples are still hidden yet to be found.
  • Borobudur Temple

    Borobudur Temple
    Borobudur is a ninth-century Mahayana Buddhist monument in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. The monument comprises six square platforms topped by three circular platforms, and is decorated with 2,672 relief panels and 504 Buddha statues.A main dome, located at the center of the top platform, is surrounded by 72 Buddha statues seated inside perforated stupa.
  • Prambanan Temple

    Prambanan Temple
    Prambanan is the ninth century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Sustainer (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva). The temple compound located approximately 18 km east of Yogyakarta city on the boundary between Yogyakarta and Central Java province.
  • Taman Bunga Nusantara

    Taman Bunga Nusantara
    It directly translates as Flower Archipelago Park, sounds a bit off doesn’t it? But don’t shrug it off just yet! Come and check out the beautiful gardens of this park, lovely greens are here to please your eyes.
  • Ratu Boko

    Ratu Boko
    Ratu Boko (King Boko Palace) was a glorious building that was constructed during the reign of Rakai Panangkaran, descendant of Sailendra dynasty. The palace that initially was named Abhayagiri Vihara (that means a monastery on a peaceful hill) was built for seclusion purpose and to focus on spiritual life.
  • Taman Sari

    Taman Sari
    Taman Sari belonged to Jogjakarta, a part of Mataram Kingdom. Mataram originally had been a great kingdom consisted of many sovereignty. The largest was Surakarta.
  • Indrayanti Beach, Yogyakarta in Black and White

    Indrayanti Beach, Yogyakarta in Black and White
    Indrayanti Beach, is one of the most popular new beaches in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It's located in Indrayanti Village in Tepus, sub Tepus Wonosari Gunungkidul, which is easily accessible using private cars and motorcycles. This place has now become a new tourist destination in Yogyakarta.
  • Yogyakarta, Indonesia: A Spiritual Experience

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia: A Spiritual Experience
    Yogyakarta- a stunning part of Indonesia, home to the largest Buddhist temple in the world and the still active volcano Merapi. With my brand new Holga and roll of black and white film, I sought to capture the spirituality and wonder of this beautiful destination.
  • Summer Hot Spots: Pantai Batu Karas

    Summer Hot Spots: Pantai Batu Karas
    Located at Parigi, Pangandaran in West Java, Indonesia, Pantai Batu Karas is one of the best beach destinations to escape to from the city.
  • Depok Beach, Yogyakarta

    Depok Beach, Yogyakarta
    Depok Beach is located in the Bantul district of Yogyakarta province, where there's a lot of interest from local tourists, but you can also find quite a few foreign tourists on this coast as well. It's situated in Kretet district, Bantul regency, about 35 km to the south of Yogyakarta.
  • Fort Vredeburg

    Fort Vredeburg
    Fort Vredeburg is a fortress built by the Dutch in Yogyakarta during Colonial times. It is located in front of Gedung Agung, one of seven presidential palaces in Indonesia and the Sultan Palace called Kraton. It was built in 1765 to protect the Dutch governor. It is surrounded by a trench that is still visible.
  • Jalan Malioboro

    Jalan Malioboro
    Jalan Malioboro is centrally located in downtown Yogyakarta. The street stretches from Tugu Railway Station to the Sultan's Keraton, spanning across some 2 1/2 kilometres in length. Major roads in the city such as Jl Jenderal Sudirman, Jl Mangkubumi, Jl P. Senopati, Jl Sultan Agung, Jl KH A Dahlan and Jl Pasar Kembang will converge at this street.
  • Summer Hot Spots: Pantai Bojong Salawe

    Summer Hot Spots: Pantai Bojong Salawe
    If you ever find yourself in West Java, Indonesia, don't forget to visit pantai Bojong Salawe in Parigi, Pangandaran.

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