As mentioned in my previous post on Bank Mandiri Museum, there is another nice museum next door which is named Bank Indonesia Museum. Well, they are both … Continue reading The History of Rupiah and Indonesia’s Central Bank
This week, Indonesia is having a long weekend, as this Friday is a public holiday to celebrate the birth of … Continue reading A Quick Peek Inside Southeast Asia’s Largest Mosque
Before proclaiming independence on August 17, 1945, Indonesia was under Dutch colony for three and a half century (and another … Continue reading The Legacy of Dutch Colonial Banks
It was not a typical Saturday evening, not by any means, especially nowadays when people would rather go to the malls or … Continue reading Watching Wayang Orang in Jakarta, Why Not?
Pandawa beach was initially dubbed as Secret Beach by foreign surfers who often visited this beach. Located in Kutuh village … Continue reading The Not So Secret Pandawa Beach
For me, there is nothing better than having dinner while enjoying the sunset next to the beach. And there is … Continue reading Sunset Dinner at The Jimbaran Bay
Kecak is one of the most well-known traditional dance performances in Bali. Once you see it, you will find it (at … Continue reading Uluwatu’s Ramayana Monkey Chant