Top 5 temples in Central Java

Top 5 temples in Central Java

The history left its traces everywhere in Central Java, this culturally and traditionally rich region, that experienced and still experiences Islamic influences after the Hindu and Buddhist past. The Javanese Hindu culture floureished between the 8th and the 10th century during the Sailendra dynasty and the rule of the ancient matarami kings. The famous religious shrines were built in this time period. Borobudur is one of the top 5 temples in Central Java and the finest example of the Mah... [ read more ]

10 things you didn’t know about Bali

10 things you didn’t know about Bali

Bali is a real paradise one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world, a wonderful place that you can dream about. Today we don’t want to enlist all of the evidences to show why is this the perfect place for holidays, we won’t describe the beautiful beaches and hotels on this gorgeous island. We found some interesting facts, characteristics that you surely haven’t heard about this famous island. Let’s see 10 things you didn’t know about Bali.   Bali is no... [ read more ]

Bali, the a paradise on earth

Bali, the a paradise on earth

We are inviting you to an imaginary journey into the world of surfing, perfect hospitality and beautiful beaches. The American island of Hawaii was for a long time the symbol of a perfect holiday, but in the past fifteen years Bali became one of the most popular exotic tourist destinations. It is a beautiful place, you can experience the luxury without spending so much money at the same time. We would like to present you some aspects of this piece of paradise on earth.   T... [ read more ]

About Indonesia Before You Go

About Indonesia Before You Go

If you did not know yet, the capital city of Indonesia is Jakarta. It is +7 GMT. Currently their President is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and before arriving in this country you should change some Indonesian rupiah from one of your major banks or money exchange. In Indonesia, they have several other local dialects. Otherwise, they use Bahasa Indonesia, English and some places Dutch and Javanese. Their people beliefs and religions are primarily Hinduism, Buddhism, Roman Catholicism, Islam and Pro... [ read more ]