• Candi borobudur

    Borobudur Temple, masterpiece heritage for the world

    Borobudur Temple is located in the area of Magelang, Central Java. Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. Borobudur Temple was built during the Syailendra period and was completed in 825 AD during the reign of King Samaratungga. The construction of the Temple was done long before the new Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia that built in the mid-12th century by King Suryavarman II. The location of the Temple is located 40 km northwest of Yogyakarta and about 1-hour drive from Yogyakarta City. Based on the meaning of its name, Bara means the monastery complex and Budur which means above, the Borobudur Temple was built on a…

  • Indonesia

    Prambanan Temple, Beauty From a Curse

    Prambanan Temple is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia which was built in the 9th century. Prambanan Temple was first mentioned in the Syiwagrha Inscription (856AD). Prambanan was used as the Agung Temple for various royal and religious ceremonies during the heyday of the old Mataram Kingdom, In the Prambanan area there are 3 main temples located on the main courtyard of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva temples. The three temples are a symbol of Trimurti in Hindu belief. The three temples face east. Each main temple has one companion temple facing west, namely Nandini for Shiva, Angsa for Brahma, and Garuda for Wisnu. In addition, there are still 2 temple…

  • Turtle Breeding

    Kepulauan Seribu – Maldiven van Java

    Kepulauan Seribu is a group of islands located in the Sunda Strait, north of Jakarta. Kepulauan Seribu has hundreds of islands scattered and most of the islands are uninhabited. Although many islands in the Kepulauan Seribu are uninhabited, this does not prevent tourists from visiting and enjoying the beauty of the islands. The following are some of the Kepulauan Seribu Islands that travelers must visit when visiting the Kepulauan Seribu: Untung Jawa Island The location of the island is very close to the Ancol Jaya Dreamland Park. Because the location is close, making Untung Jawa Island easy to attract tourists to come without spending a lot of money. The people…

  • TMII

    Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, A Miniature of Indonesian Archipelago

    Taman Mini Indonesia Indah¬†(TMII) is a tourist park that has an Indonesian cultural theme, located in East Jakarta with an area of approximately 150 hectares or 1.5 km2. The park features a summary of the Indonesian nation’s culture, which covers various aspects of people’s daily lives from 26 provinces in Indonesia (in 1975) which are displayed in regional platforms with traditional architecture, and showcases various regional costumes, dances, and traditions. In TMII there is a lake that depicts the miniature of the Indonesian archipelago in the middle, cable car, various museums, and the IMAX Keong Mas Theater and Teater Tanah Airku), various recreational facilities make TMIII as one of the…

  • Fatahillah Museum Jakarta

    Fatahillah Museum, Portrait of Jakarta in the Period of Dutch Colonialism

    History of the Establishment of the Fatahillah Museum. Fatahillah Museum or known as the Jakarta History Museum is located at Jalan Taman Fatahillah, West Jakarta. The Fatahillah Museum was built during the reign of Governor-General Joan Van Hoom in 1707-1712 and functioned as the City Hall of Batavia. The Fatahillah Museum has a main building where on the east and west sides there are other buildings that become its wings. Beside it, there are buildings that serve as offices, basements for prisons and courtrooms. This building was inaugurated as the Fatahillah Museum precisely on March 30, 1974. Collection of the¬†Fatahillah Museum The Fatahillah Museum displays a replica of the relics…