Tag Archive: Indonesia

Enjoying Nature At Sangeh Monkey Forest

This week, Patti from P.A. Moed invited us to show the nature surrounds us. For this challenge, I will show the nature I enjoyed recently at Sangeh Monkey Forest, still from the island of… Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Three Wooden Boats

Location: Lake Bratan, Bali, Indonesia

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The Ubud Monkey Forest

The Ubud Monkey Forest is definitely one of the places that you must visit when you are in Ubud. Located on one of the busiest main road in Ubud, Monkey Forest is a… Continue reading

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Scenic Landscape of Balangan Beach

“If you want to go to quite beach, you may try Balangan Beach” said Ketut, the guy who works at the guest house where I am staying in for a moment. I told… Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: Wish You Were Here

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Enjoying the Curves Through Bali Rice Fields Terraces

“In life, as in art, the beautiful moves in curves” – Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton. This is my second visit to Bali. The first visit I did ten years ago with one of my… Continue reading

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Balige, Where I’d Rather Be (With My Best Friends)

Speaking about best friends, I confess that I have three very closed friends that I’ve been known since the very first days I stepped my feet at my university. Along with these three… Continue reading

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Bogor Botanical Garden, The Oldest Botanical Garden in South East Asia

One day, my eyes caught an announcement at one of photography community websites. It announced a photo contest held by one of the biggest telecommunication company in Indonesia. The purpose of the contest… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Batavia, The Old Town of Jakarta

Batavia, that was how Jakarta was called centuries ago. Located at the end of Ciliwung River, the old town was established during Dutch colonization in 17th century when the VOC, the Dutch East… Continue reading

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Reflecting

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Sunda Kelapa Harbor, When I Tried to Run Away From The Crowd of Jakarta

Living in big city as Jakarta could be exhausted. Long walking hours with cosmopolitan living style, and to mentioning huge traffic jam that could catch you for hours. Yes, it was exhausted. And… Continue reading

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White Crater, The Beauty Given By Earth

In one weekend, while I was living in Jakarta, my good friend, Donna came and visit me. She would do something in the next following Monday in Jakarta for her works, it means… Continue reading

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Blangkejeren, Once Upon A Time

Sitting on the big rocks, I tried to catch any sounds coming from the far. The sound which was not familiar and I was doubts whether I even had heard that kind of… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Fishing

Location: Lake Toba, Indonesia

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Weh Island, Where Kilometer Zero of Indonesia Starts to Count

During three years my stay in Aceh, Weh Island had been my escape sanctuary every time I was fed up with the hectic of city life. Not merely its location closed to Banda… Continue reading

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Visit Lake Toba, The Largest Volcanic Lake in The World

If you travel to Indonesia and have a chance to visit Medan, the city where I come from, please do not miss to visit Lake Toba. This lake is not just beautiful but… Continue reading

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Hidden Paradise of Indonesia: Stranded in Tello Island

It was so warm and humid. I was sitting on the deck, watching ship crews preparing everything to ensure there was nothing to be missed before continuing our trips to Hibala. My journey… Continue reading

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Banda Aceh, What To See And How To Get Around

If tsunami didn’t came to Aceh, perhaps I would never visited the most western province of Indonesia for my entire life. Trust me, I was not happy when it happened. Instead, I was… Continue reading

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