Yogyakarta, or commonly known as Jogja, one of the foremost cultural centers of Java. Located at the foot of the active Merapi volcano, Jogja is an important center of Javanese culture and tradition since its founding as the heart of the Mataram kingdom back in 1745. Its magical atmosphere and its people’s hospitality never fails to leave a sweet impression to its visitors.
Gili Trawangan – The most popular island among three Gilis (Gili Meno, Gili Air, Gili Trawangan) at the northwest coast of Lombok Island. Gili Trawangan is a perfect place to sit back and relax, enjoy the sun, sea, underwater life, and also nightly beach parties.
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in the heart of Tabanan Regency is the best example of Bali’s outstanding picturesque rice fields. UNESCO appointed this site as one of the World Heritages Sites.
Surakarta, or commonly called Solo, is one of the most famous batik central in Indonesia. Two famous Batik villages in Solo that having long history of Batik, Laweyan Batik Village and Kauman Batik Village offer you a lot to admire.
Andrea Hirata’s Museum of Words (Museum Kata) – Initiated and established by Andrea Hirata, a famous writer born and raised in Belitung, aimed to motivate people through words, by reading literature. Entering the museum, a flashback to the story of iconic movie “Laskar Pelangi” (The Rainbow Troop) and motivational quotes will enlighten its visitors.
Belitung Island – also known as Belitong by locals, an earthy paradise located on the east coast of Sumatera that offers crystal clear sea water, natural beauty of exotic granite rocks, white sandy beaches and small islands surround it.
Sade traditional village in Rembitan, Central Lombok, is positively the best place to get the vibe of Sasaknese, the indigenous community of Lombok island, West Nusa Tenggara. In fact, 700 Sasaknese residing in the village, all of them are strongly working together to keep the culture and tradition alive.
Ulen Sentalu – a Javanese art and culture museum houses hundreds artefact from royal houses and Kraton (Palace) of Mataram Kingdom’s descendance namely; Yogyakarta, Pakualaman, Surakarta, and Mangkunegaran. The collections illustrate the culture and life of Javanese, especially in the new Mataram kingdom period through a largely feminine standpoint.