Patterns of Journey for travelers who likes the ‘sense-of-discovering’

Dear readers, since the COVID-19 outbreak started off, most of the ordinary businesses for the tourist industry were forced to disrupt its activities, now after three months of such a pandemic outbreak, each Country of the globe is considering to re-open some activities by categorizing it into a number of phases, however so far nobody …

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MALANG: not only volcanoes but also waterfalls and hot-springs.

Dear explorers, Malang is the name of the town as well as the region which is situated in the hearth of east Java land, this region like Banyuwangi  offers a variety of nature from volcanoes to plenty of waterfalls as well as hot-springs, most of them are not known by any foreign traveler  (I might …

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FLORES motorbike tour: the conservative face of Indonesia with surprising people on the way.

Dear travelers,after being back from quite some time spent in Indonesia, now it is time to provide you with an overview of my motorbike tour on East Nusa Tenggara commonly known as Flores. So far, Having explored in Indonesia Java, Bali and Flores, I venture to say that Flores compared to the others two is …

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Banyuwangi: the four great natural attractions of East JAVA

Hello to everybody! After so long time I am back to write more about JAVA of Indonesia. Banyuwangi is basically the main town of East Java region, the four places which you should dedicate four days at least of your Indonesian journey are: Trekking to Ijen volcano crater with blue fire (if lucky to see …

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YOGYAKARTA: gorgeous landscapes by the sea.

I have had the chance to dedicate two and half intensive days in this city of central Java to check quite some Buddhist and Hindu temples as well as exploring some breathtaking landscapes inside the land and by the seaside. As I approached Yogyakarta commonly known as 'Jogja', my first concern was to rent a …

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JAKARTA: the 50 shades of a chaotic megalopolis

Hello to everybody! After so long time of non-posting finally I am here back to bring a real-time post about the beginning approach of my long journey being spent in Indonesia. Since last time was only focused on Bali which is not that meaningful this time will likely be a proper challenging Mission Indonesia. Being …

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Bali: a day spent exploring the wild nature with a local traveler

One day during my stay in Bali of my 2017-Journey, I had a chance to meet with a local Indonesian traveler who she was willing to share a trip to some amazing waterfalls as well as not touristy, soon she identified three waterfalls situated in three different locations: Gitgit , Alang-alang and Tukad Cepung. Considering …

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