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  • [TERIOS] Borneo Wild Adventure – My Road Trip Wishes

    21 August 2015  •   •  7 comments

    When it comes to adventurous exploration in Indonesia, there’s just no end to it. This country is huge and full of things that many haven’t seen, been, touched, and heard of. I’m lucky to have experienced a few, but I still need to get to know more through a Borneo wild adventure. Of all the Read More

  • Dream of Traveling Around Indonesia

    22 March 2015  •   •  0 comment

    I remember starting to have an obsession for traveling around the world when I was in high school. Stories upon stories from schoolmates originated from diverse countries made me wonder what’s really out there?   A decade later, that dream hadn’t come true, but I was taking baby steps. I traveled abroad within Asia. Amazed Read More

  • Spanish Restaurant By The Sea – La Plancha, Bali

    30 April 2014  •   •  0 comment

    Trying out local traditional food is a great way to get to know the local’s culture. But let’s not limit ourselves when traveling. Having Spanish delight in Bali, why not? Moreover, the restaurant is located by the sea, with a lovely sunset view on a sunny day, a rows of bean bags where you can Read More

  • Snorkeling in Lampung, At Tanjung Putus To Be Exact.

    22 April 2014  •   •  3 comments

    Snorkeling in Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra Island, hasn’t really been a popular activity for tourists. In fact, Lampung hasn’t been a popular destination, except for the Way Kambas elephant preservation and Kiluan Bay where people expect to see wild dolphins. As for the international crowd, Tanjung Setia has secretly been visited by surfers Read More

  • Restaurants in Seminyak and around, Bali

    18 April 2014  •   •  4 comments

    Seminyak is a vicinity in South Bali, a little north to the more famous and crowded Kuta Beach. It’s within close distance to surfing beaches and the airport, but is known to be a more upscale option to Kuta Beach. Over these years, as tourism has grown more lavishly in Bali, restaurants in Seminyak have Read More

  • My Sleeping Problem Has Cost Me My First Dive Trip

    8 April 2014  •   •  2 comments

    Sleeping Problem As I’m writing this, my travel mates are out there doing a check-dive at the house reef of Manado Tateli Resort, North Sulawesi. I was supposed to join them, but I decided not to. This is actually a trip I’ve been waiting for and is supposed to be my first dive trip, and Read More

  • Back In The Restyled Sheraton Hotel Bandung, West Java

    31 March 2014  •   •  2 comments

    I don’t know what good deeds we have been doing, but lately we’ve been blessed with invitations to stay in 5 star hotels. If this was December, I would think it was Santa’s doing. Earlier in March, we stayed at Sheraton Hotel Bandung for a night. Same hotel that we stayed in 2013, but with Read More

  • The Equator Monument in Pontianak, West Kalimantan

    11 March 2014  •   •  2 comments

    The Equator Monument in Pontianak, West Kalimantan   “Visit the Equator Monument,” was the advice I got from most people whom I told I was going to Pontianak. It’s the most obvious “things to do” for anyone who visits Pontianak, much more popular than the Museum Negeri Pontianak. So I had the cab drop me Read More

  • Museum Negeri Pontianak, West Kalimantan

    3 March 2014  •   •  2 comments

    On a sunny morning on my brief stay in Pontianak, the capital city of West Kalimantan province, I decided to visit the public museum before heading to Singkawang. The museum is called Museum Negeri Pontianak, which translates to Pontianak’s Public Museum, located on Jalan Ahmad Yani. Exterior of Museum Negeri Pontianak A Modern Version of Read More

  • Activities Around Harau Valley

    11 February 2014  •   •  2 comments

    Harau Valley is a gem surrounded by amazing natural scenery as well as forgotten history of Indonesia. We hired a motorcycle and rode westward from Harau Valley and uphill almost to Kototinggi, a town that once was the capital city of the former Indonesia. We visited the unattended Tan Malaka museum, then u-turned after stopping Read More