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Fehan Fulan Festival

The Fulan Fehan Festival is a cultural heritage of ancestors on the border of Indonesia and Timor Leste that is still sustainable until now. It was so amazing that weaving was native to the Timorese people and Likurai dance, a...

How to process Dodol

Have you ever wondered how dodol, a toffee like sugar palm based confection is made? Here are some pictures I took several months ago in the kitchen of one of dodol supplier in Jakarta. It was really hot and smoky,...

Uniqueness Of The Wangi-Wangi Island Wakatobi

Wakatobi is not only charming with its underwater beauty. On the mainland, I also found a variety of uniqueness. At Wangi-Wangi Island, the capital of Wakatobi, I managed to visit the village of the Bajo tribe; the famous “sea adventurers”. See: The...
The Deep Blue Sea Of Wakatobi

The Deep Blue Sea Of Wakatobi

Snorkeling becomes a ‘must do’ activity when visiting Wakatobi in Southeast Sulawesi. Especially when you are not yet good in diving, snorkeling becomes an option. Like what I did a while ago with some friends from Jakarta, during our visit to...

Port Of Panarukan East Java

Port of Panarukan is probably much less famous than other ports, such as Belawan, Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Emas, and Tanjung Perak. Panarukan is a district in the Situbondo regency. If you go through the north coast route from Surabaya, you...

Batik, A String of Beautiful Dots

Historians wrote that the creation of batik began in the era of the Majapahit Kingdom, which was then distributed to other kingdoms, including Mataram. The word batik is derived from the word amba nitik which means carving dots. At that...

Anambas The Sparkling Jewel of Sumatra

From Tarempa, the journey began. That morning, the capital of the Anambas Islands Regency that was piled up in a bay was still covered in silence. The sky was bright blue. The green hills that stood majestically encircled her, blushing...

A Voyage To The Orangutan Of Central Kalimantan

Borneo as one of the wild in Indonesia. Sitting on the upper deck of our river boat (“klotok”) in the Tanjung Puting National Park in the late afternoon, the sights and sounds of approaching dusk in the Borneo jungle are...