9th century Hindu Temple of Prambanan, the 2nd largest in Southeast Asia?

Prambanan is the biggest Hindu Temple compound in Indonesia built in the ninth century and the second largest in Southeast Asia next  Anchor Wat in Cambodia. Located 17 kilometers from the northeast of Yogyakarta city, this temple was constructed during the ancient Mataram kingdom started by Rakai Pikatan in the mid-9th-century, expanded continuously by King Lokapala and  Balitung Maha Sambu, the Sanjaya king of the Mataram Kingdom

Beaches in Tulungagung Regency, East java,

If you're looking for an alternative weekend getaway in the east part of  Java Island, then, try visiting the Tulungagung Regency. This Regency is located less than a 2-hours drive from the City of  Blitar which also famous with historical attractions. This Regency has numerous collections of beaches, beautiful mountains, cultural and historical sites.       

Things to Do, Places to visit in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Yogyakarta is situated in the seismically part of Java Island, about 560 kilometers away from Indonesia's capital - Jakarta with a population of more than 422 thousand inhabitants.  Currently, Yogyakarta Special Region is divided into four Regencies (Kuon Progo, Sleman, Bantul, Gunugkidul) and the capital city of Yogyakarta and the only city in Indonesia still ruled by the Sultan.


Pantai Serang in Blitar, Indonesia

Still can’t imagine how beautiful the Blitar beach has to offer for a beach seeker like me. With a challenging distance of the beach location; most of those situated in a secluded part far from the progressive city, hidden behind the mountains. During my second visit to this city, I decide to go after the beaches and we ended up in Pantai Pangi and Tambakrejo which I had experienced the alluring sunset of Blitar. 

But my journey does not end there, another opportunity gives its way to oversee the beauty of the other side of the Blitar coastline and landed to the Serang Beach.




Enjoying the beauty of Pantai Pangi and the alluring sunset of Pantai Tambakrejo in Blitar, Indonesia

Blitar city is located in the East Java province, noted as the home of Indonesia’s first president Sukarno and the active volcano named Keludat in the north area of the regency. Blitar has a tropical climate while the economy depends on the majority in Agriculture. One weekend in September when I visited the Blitar City for the second time and one of the things that missed during my visit is to explore some side of the Blitar coast. 

Road to the hidden paradise of Malabog, Davao City

Davao City is the main hub of the Davao Region in Mindanao with more the 1.6million inhabitant where the diversified culture and religion are unified in maintaining lasting peace. Known for its bountiful beaches, natural spots, and historical attractions. Davao City was also famous with the king of the fruit-Durian, Bananas and other tropical fruit exported outside the province. 


The hidden Gem of New Corella, Davao Region

New Corella is a 2nd class municipality in Davao del Norte province in Davao Region, the Philippines with more than 54 thousands inhabitant. This town is known in the field of agricultural which serves as the major source of livelihood of every citizen that produces rice, vegetables, bananas, and other root crops. Most of their products are brought to Tagum City, the capital of Davao Del Norte.