Via Via Guesthouse, Yogyakarta
On my trips to Yogyakarta, I’ve never missed a visit to Via Via café since 2004 when I discovered it. Now the café has grown to be a restaurant with other business lines such as a shop, accommodations, travel tours, and occasional events. Having been a loyal customer and a fan of their friendly and creative spirit, I booked a room at Via Via Guesthouse on this
Where to Find Stylish Furniture in Yogyakarta?
Remember our post about shopping? Well, here’s another one coming. But this time, it’s shopping for furniture in Yogyakarta. Furniture in Yogyakarta is not actually like Sweden with its IKEA or Kentucky with fried chicken. Yogyakarta is more known for its batik or gudeg. But I shopped for furniture in Yogyakarta simply because I found out there are a lot of options with designs of my taste and much cheaper price than in Jakarta (where
Benhil Market – Ramadhan Pop-up Market in the Tummy of Jakarta
In the month of Ramadhan, moslems will fast from dusk till dawn. For the whole day, Muslims will not eat, drink, nor fall into our emotions whatever they may be (more on Ramadhan 101 here). While this sounds like a month of cutting back, it’s the opposite in Indonesia. It’s a month of festivity. Putting aside the religious side of things, when it comes to food Ramadhan is about