indonesia travel magazine

All posts by Wila Budi


Gelatik Cave, Yogyakarta, Java

        Gelatik Cave is one of the caves are thousands of years old in Gunungkidul, in earlier times this cave used as a place of spiritual followers to calm down (read imprisoned) because the typical dark cave and a length of not less than 400 meters. But[…]

Read More »

Pindul Cave, Yogyakarta, Java

Pindul Cave is a natural cave located in the village Bejiharjo Gunungkidul. The location of the cave is not too far from the city of Yogyakarta, about 60 km or the journey for 1 hour. Pindul Cave formed naturally through natural processes for hundreds of years. There are stalactites and[…]

Read More »

Timang Beach, Yogyakarta, Java

Timang beach located in Padukuhan Danggolo, Purwodadi, District Tepus, presenting Nan White Sand Beach Gunung Kidul. The beach is located on the west coast Nglambor, beach Jogan, and Siung or in the east parallel to the coast Chrysanthemum, Single Pok beach, beach Ngetun. Distance from the City Wonosari to timang[…]

Read More »

Simeulue Island, Aceh, Sumatra

Simeulue island in Aceh province belonging to one of the islands are quite small. In fact, the island is also considered dangerous because it is often shaken by earthquakes. But natural beauty is so tempting travelers to foreign tourists came to the island to enjoy the panorama. White sand, swaying,[…]

Read More »

Pagaralam Lake, Bengkulu, Sumatra

Pagaralam Lake is like no other for unlike common lake which has clear green or blue water, Lake Pagaralam has red blood water. This lake is located on Raje Mandare Hills area, the border of Pagaralam City and Kaur, Bengkulu Province. Pagaralam Lake extend of 6 hectare was found in[…]

Read More »

Derawan Island, East Kalimantan, Kalimantan

Derawan islands must be everyone’s dream of the perfect tropical paradise: warm, isolated islands with soft white sand beaches fringed with waving palm trees, pristine seas that change color from green to deep blue, and an amazing underwater life of giant turtles, dolphins, manta rays, dugongs and barracudas, stingless jellyfish[…]

Read More »

Siberut Island, West Sumatra, Sumatra

Siberut Island is the largest island in the Mentawai Islands off the coast and is separated by the West Sumatra Mentawai Strait. Siberut island is approximately 155 km from the city of Padang. The trip to Siberut take a dozen hours by boat, traveling far enough to reach the island.[…]

Read More »

Tanjung Tinggi Beach, Bangka Belitung

Tanjung Tinggi Beach is located about 30 km of Tanjung Pandan, a beach that has many types of granite and become the superior of Tanjung Tinggi. The visitors can enjoy the beauty of this natural beach by stand on the top of these granites or from the big stone. This[…]

Read More »

Satonda Island, Sumbawa, West Nusatenggara

Satonda Island a volcanic land formed by a volcanic eruption on the ocean floor as deep as 1000 meters since millions of years ago. The location is very charming island is located in the Flores Sea and administratively entered Nangamiro Village area, Dompu, West Nusa Tenggara. Satonda Island looks stunning[…]

Read More »

Jakarta Textile Museum, Jakarta

Jakarta Textile Museum is a cultural educational institution, has a mission to conserve traditional textile. Textile has always been an important part of life in Indonesia as a component of dress and as a ritual and ceremonial objects. They constitute a very rich aspect of Indonesian culture and a testament[…]

Read More »