• Ratu Boko

    written by monoflow on 2009-09-17 #places
    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.

  • Candi Gedong Songo

    written by monoflow on 2009-09-16 #places
    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.

  • Efteling

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-24 #places

    Where the fairy tales begin. A park created for a child and later on it became amusement park.

  • Kota Batavia (Jakarta)

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-18 #places
    Kota Batavia (Jakarta)

    Dubbed "The Jewel of Asia" and "Queen of the East" in the 16th century by European sailors, Old Jakarta or Batavia, as it was named by the Dutch is rich of history.

  • Rommel Paradijs

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-17 #places
    Rommel Paradijs

    A warehouse FULL of antique goods a place to remember in the small city of Antwerp!

  • Movie Doubles, It's Simple!

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-08 #gear #tutorials
    Movie Doubles, It's Simple!

    The best way to capture a scene from your most favorite movie!

  • Waterlooplein Flea Market - Amsterdam

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-08 #places
    Waterlooplein Flea Market - Amsterdam

    This is a place to go if you want to experience something. You will not find any valuable antiques; you will not be overwhelmed by variety or the size of the market. You will find a small, very friendly, varied and interesting market.

  • Sunda Kelapa Harbor

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-07 #places
    Sunda Kelapa Harbor

    Sunda Kelapa, better known as Pasar Ikan (meaning fish market) is located at Ciliwung River. This 500-year-old harbor area was an important link to markets of the outside world for the 15th century kingdom of Pajajaran.