Sundanese people name it as Kue Cocorot, a trumpet-like traditional cake made by rice flour, brown sugar coconut milk, pandan leaf, and salt. Continue reading
The National Monument of Indonesia popularly known as Monas is one of the must-visit spots in Jakarta. Continue reading
Surakarta or popularly known as Solo City has a tradition to prettify its Chinatown area of Pasar Gede (the big market) Harjonagoro to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Located in the area near to primordial Gua Pawon (Kitchen Cave) in Masigit Village Padalarang West Bandung, this rattan mosque stands with stunning green view as background.
Representing five young men with smouldering spirit holding Indonesian flag, Ikada Monument becomes another interesting attraction in Merdeka Square Jakarta (used to be named as Ikada Square). Continue reading
Tugu Tarian Langit or Dance of the Sky Monument is located right in the gate of Harapan Indah housing area in Bekasi City.