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  • Sindoro Guest house, Jakarta – A Getaway Nearby

    25 May 2014  •   •  2 comments

    Kandi is our travel mate from Bandung, but seldom has business to attend in Jakarta. With so many places to stay, she found a surprising ‘home’ in the middle of town. Here’s her review on Sindoro Guest House, her version of a getaway nearby. When asked about their opinion of Jakarta, most Indonesians will say “big crowded city Read More

  • Kunstkring Building – Happy Upcoming 100th Birthday

    23 February 2014  •   •  0 comment

      If I were to turn 100, I’d have the bash of a lifetime. Wouldn’t you? By that age, I would have seen it all, shoulder pads, flannels and ripped jeans, cassette players, to Internet, cell phones, and Miley Cyrus. God knows what’s to come. I might not be able to hear the music of Read More

  • Dapur Babah Elite Restaurant & Tao Bar – The Peranakan Dining Experience

    12 February 2014  •   •  0 comment

      During my visit to Malacca a long time ago, I was obsessed to see the Babah and Nyonya Peranakan Museum. Once I did, I saw so many wonderful details of the house and had a blast just trying to imagine myself living in such a meticulous house. I eventually thought, how is it Indonesia Read More

  • Chinese New Year 2014 – Learning More About the Tionghoa Ethnicity

    3 February 2014  •   •  2 comments

    The smell of incense filled the damp narrow alleys. It kept me up that morning as I had failed to sip a cup of caffeine. The burned incense always makes me happy as it reminds me of Bali and indicates that I’m traveling. On the contrary, I was roaming the town I’ve called my second Read More

  • Co-Working Space in Jakarta: Comma Indonesia

    6 September 2013  •   •  4 comments

      Sharing is a concept embedded in the Indonesian culture since forever, as many cultures in the world. So, it’s not something new. From sharing the daily paper at the town center to sharing wealth through a 7 days wedding ceremony, all are based with the concept of sharing. Now, Comma Indonesia has taken it Read More

  • Batik by Iwan Tirta, on Stage: “Knights of the Golden Empress”

    5 July 2013  •   •  8 comments

    Batik, a Javanese originated method of drawing on cloth, has become one of the icons of Indonesian clothing. Last night, an event was held to commemorate the wonder of batik, especially the ones designed by the late Iwan Tirta, often referred as a batik maestro in Indonesia. The event, presented by The Peak, was held Read More

  • Transit at Pop! Airport Hotel – Overnight at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

    28 June 2013  •   •  1 comment

    I hate to think that I could ‘travel too much,’ but I think I can. I’ve met these circumstances several times but, thank God, it only went as far as a heavy flu. Yes, I’m mortal. I had come back tired and on the verge of flu from the #BarondaMaluku trip but I had to Read More

  • Sua Pelancong – How Travelers Become Intimate

    8 March 2013  •   •  2 comments

      In the social media world, sharing is caring. As Indohoy, we care a lot! For the past 4 years, we’ve been trying constantly sharing all our journeys and travel information to YOU that can access the Internet. But sharing should not be limited. It should be done in all sorts of way. Since a Read More

  • Antiques Spread on Jalan Surabaya in Jakarta

    5 March 2013  •   •  0 comment

    Rather than doing one photo blog, we decided to do five in one go. We just had to after visiting Jalan Surabaya, located in the heart of Jakarta. This street is packed with an eclectic collection of antiques, carvings, and other kinds of arts. We had so much fun just looking around and touching everything Read More

  • Petak Sembilan Market, Jakarta

    27 February 2013  •   •  0 comment

    What does Superman do when there’s no one asking for help?  He sells fruits! Like you see in the picture below. Superman truly is a savior, because if there was no fruits rich with vitamins within easy reach, human beings would be easily conquered by Lex Luthor. Muhaha! I visited the Petak Sembilan market, a Read More