So, you’ve fallen in love with this seemingly charming, quaint, seaside escape called Pemuteran in Bali, Indonesia. Or at least you’re interested enough to go that you’re starting to look for information about the area. Whatever it is that brought you here, I’m glad you came and without further adieu, here are some information and […]Read more "Pemuteran: A Guide to Bali’s Authentic Sustainable Travel Destination"
From spending my entire life so far in Indonesia, I’ve grown so accustomed to having Indonesian food that I sometimes take them for granted. But after shooting a video with my friends of people from outside the country tasting and reacting to them, I realized one thing: there is so much diversity and a lot of […]Read more "Top 10 Indonesian Food You Need to Try"
Confession: as someone who has spent her entire life in Jakarta, I have never been on Jakarta’s commuter line. Even though it has been around since 2008, reports of overcrowding to the point that illegal passengers sit on rooftops along with every normal parents’ protective reaction about those reports have kept me off the train. But […]Read more "An Adventure on Jakarta’s Commuter Line"
Having spent my entire life in an Indonesian city, I can tell you that the posh, fast-paced life in a city can suck the soul out of the people in it since they’re all chasing the next big thing, doing things to get them the most “hits” on social media, and where random acts of kindness […]Read more "5 Ways to Experience Semarang Like a Local"
I know I’m twelve days late to the party, but happy new year! I know a lot of people feel like January 1 serves a huge fresh start for their lives. Plenty make resolutions and set goals for the coming year and I do too. As travelers, I challenge you to do several things before this year ends. […]Read more "10 Ways to Be a Better Traveler in 2016"
The thing about booking hotels based on information that you obtain online is that it’s a hit-or-miss thing. At times, the hotel will actually measure up to the amount of good reviews it has. Other times, multiple sites would say that it’s a fantastic hotel and it might turn out to be really bad. Some […]Read more "When Should I Move to Different Hotel?"
If you come to Yogyakarta to spend your nights dancing in clubs or drinking in bars, you’ve come to the wrong place. You see, in order to count the number of nightclubs and bars there, you probably only need to hold up two hands (or even one!) Being the laid-back yet somewhat elegant city that […]Read more "How to Spend a Night Out in Yogyakarta"