Checking In: Adhisthana Hotel

Yogyakarta is one of Indonesia’s most lovable region I’ve ever been to. It is a quiet little town with countless places to stay. Most tourists often flock to Malioboro for a convenient and easy night’s sleep. It is the busiest street and is located right in the center with tons to do. They have large shops

A Guide to Yogyakarta

With centuries old historical megastructures and rich with cultural significance, Yogyakarta has become one of the most famous and visited places for travelers to Southeast Asia. Also known as Jogja, this city is a traveler’s paradise. Both local and international tourists flock to Yogyakarta to indulge in its rich history and culture. Located in the

Sunset at Prambanan

The Prambanan Temple is one of the iconic structures often forgotten when you mention Yogyakarta. It is always overshadowed by the Buddhist Temple of Borobudur which is much more popular. However, this does not mean that this ancient Hindu Temple structure is to be forgotten and crossed off your list. The Prambanan is said to

Exploring Mount Merapi

Waking up extremely early in the morning has become a norm in our travel lives. Even on the last day of our week-long trip to Yogyakarta, we decided to visit the sacred Mount Merapi and watch one final sunrise before heading back to Kuala Lumpur. This young and active stratovolcano is at least 40km away

The Beauty of Borobudur

In September 2015, Fann and I traveled to the city of Yogyakarta for a short trip. The trip was a spontaneous one and it came about when we accidentally stumbled upon a couple of super cheap air tickets from Airasia. So, we had no choice but to go. One of our most memorable places we

Sunrise at Mount Prau

People think that mountain climbing is my hobby. Well, it does look like it since many of my photos seem to be about them. In fact, it’s not the mountain climbing that I’m hooked on, but it’s the feeling of seeing the first sunrise from above the clouds that makes me feel much more alive.

People of Bali

The Balinese are one of the most unique people on the globe. Not only do they represent only 2 percent of the total Indonesian population, but they differ from the rest of entire nation in so many ways, including fashion, religion, tradition, language and many more. The most distinctive feature of the Balinese is their

Water Palaces of Karangasem

Peacefulness and Relaxation. Those are the first things that come to my mind when the words “Water Palace” are mentioned and that’s what you come to Karangasem for. The old King of Karangasem loved his parks and water palaces and for someone like him who seemed to been prone towards a water fetish, he built