Hong Kong on 35mm
Hong Kong is one of the regions I want to visit to take some photographs with analogue camera and 35mm film.
Seems that this post is not the first story related to sunrise. Why did I experience and write more sunrise rather than sunset?
Sumba on 35mm
This is a review to the unique 35mm Adox Color Implosion and Revolog Kolor 200 films I used during my trip to Sumba island in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.
Ultimate Sunday Brunch at Ji Terrace by the SEA
Back to my latest visit to Bali, I got an opportunity to try the Sunday Brunch at Ji Terrace by the SEA in Canggu. Well, I never had any complain while … Continue reading
Lombok and Gili Meno on 35mm
This year’s birthday trip we had was around Lombok island, West Nusa Tenggara. Gili Meno and the northern side of Lombok were the two regions we visited. Just like my trip … Continue reading
The New Face of Kalijodo on 35mm
Kalijodo in the northern side of Jakarta was not only a red-light district area, but also a dense slum. People used to say that wives would always worry if they … Continue reading
Traditional Fabric Hunting in Indonesia
Most people plan their holiday to do their hobbies. Some of them are taking beautiful photographs, while others are doing culinary hunting or souvenir hunting. Visiting so many regions in … Continue reading
From 2017 Balinese Nyepi Day
Do the stargazing and astrophotography. Those are the words I always said whenever people asked me what we can do during Nyepi or the Balinese seclusion day in Bali. But … Continue reading
Home of Ondel-ondel in Jakarta
Amidst the unstoppable development in Jakarta, there is a small area near Pasar Gaplok (Gaplok Market) at Kramat Pulo in Central Jakarta that is home to ondel-ondel, the icon of … Continue reading
48 Hours to Discover Hong Kong Like a Local
I know you don’t really like the sky crapper view, but trust me, you would love Hong Kong! I got that short message on my messenger from a friend who just visited … Continue reading
5 local foods to try in Bali
Indonesia is blessed with various kinds of traditional cuisine. Wherever you are, you can expect to find unique yet delicious local dishes to try, including in Bali. The characteristic of … Continue reading
Recalling love through sunrise in Borobudur
Travel brings power and love back into your life. Years ago, I read that quotation by the Persian Poet Jalal ad-din Muhammad Rumi. These words are known all over the world, and they brought to mind my love of the Borobudur temple, the famous tourist landmark in Central Java.
5 Free Things to Do in Bali
Bali is home to plenty of excitement for all ages. Fortunately, it includes free entertainment as well. Here are some of the things that you can expect to enjoy for … Continue reading
In Bali, but We didn’t Burn or Bury the Dead
Nestled at the edge of Lake Batur in northern Bali, a small cemetery named Trunyan offers a unique experience not to be missed when holidaying on the island. Still in … Continue reading
Whistling Wednesday: About the Melody 5
There is always a time I really want to go back to my musical life. I felt it lately. Maybe it is because of those attractive alignment of stars. Maybe … Continue reading
Whistling Wednesday: Slow Sunset
I’m in the mood of instrumental songs, especially with the guitar. I found some good songs I could really enjoy during the sunset. I made this playlist as I’m always … Continue reading
Visiting the Home for Indonesian / Bataks Ulos
If you ever come and visited the Lake Toba area in North Sumatra, you might be familiar with the local people that usually known as Batak people. Like other Indonesia’s … Continue reading
Whistling Wednesday: Let’s Go!
Every Wednesday, once in two weeks, I will post Whistling Wednesday. It is a playlist I made on my 8tracks.com profile. The songs are my road trip playlist, traveling playlist or even the songs … Continue reading
After Sabbath in Jerusalem
A memorable experience having a chance to visit Israel. Visiting Jerusalem and see locals’ activities during Sabbath completed my religious trip to the holy city. I love to see how … Continue reading
Krebet, Home of A Renowned Wooden Batik
Batik as the traditional fabric with distinctive patterns and colors is probably the first thing that comes to mind when one talks about Yogyakarta souvenirs. Today, batik patterns are easily … Continue reading