Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Fort Rotterdam itself is considered one of the grandest and charming fort in South Sulawesi, according to a note from a source that I found “A New York Times Journalist, Barbara Crossette once described the fort Rotterdam as the best preserved Dutch fort in Asia”, but is it really true? What’s more when I visited the castle and going around the fort, the conditions are quite “messy” or cluttered. Well, perhaps it is because of the renovation of the fort.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Brunei Darussalam is a small, prosperous, stable and peaceful oil-rich kingdom located on the northern shores of Borneo Island. Mostly covered in luxuriant and pristine tropical rainforest rich in exotic flora and fauna. Brunei is a paradise for nature lovers and eco-tourists.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Have you ever plan to have a holiday across country? I mean, In South East Asia you can explore many countries in a few days. In this case I have been exploring Kuala Lumpur – Hat Yai – Penang – Malaka In 5 Days straight. It seem crazy, but I you want to try different experiences, then you might try what I’ve been experienced!
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Pisang Epe, a unique snack that I often see during my visit to the city of Anging Mammiri, Makassar. I’m happy that I got the chance to try this typical snacks of Makassar. It is not difficult to find these snacks, because Pisang Epe sellers are available in almost every corner of Losari Beach. Therefore, you should never miss eating this food when traveling to Makassar.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – From the main entrance this Museum looks so small. Although the actual area Affandi Museum is actually quite huge. From the information I got, this museum covers about 3500 square with a few pieces of the main building which is used as a gallery of paintings. In addition, in the middle of the museum area, there is a unique cafe called the cafe loteng. Inside the cafe is so relaxing, this is also the place where I can exchange my purchased tickets with free soft drinks.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Punthuk Setumbu is one of the hill which is quite high with great panorama view in the region of Borobudur. It is located in the village of Karangrejo, Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java. Although it is getting more popular, most of people still knew this hill as Nirvana Borobudur Sunrise Punthuk Setumbu. So if you are visiting Punthuk Setumbu by yourself, you have to look this name on the signs board. Actually this sign board will lead you to Setumbu.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – After that time slowly but sure Tebing Keraton became famous as an anti-mainstream tourist destination in Bandung. Moreover, since the photos of that cliff was uploaded into the social media called Instagram. Yep, a lot of people who visit this cliff also do some selfie and upload it into Instagram. That’s why Tebing Keraton is also known as Instagram Cliff , and Selfie Cliff in Bandung.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Many people maybe not too comfortable traveling during the rainy season. Especially for the destination that need to cross the sea should be temporarily avoided, weather can be worse anytime at the sea. But, how about rafting?! Wether it is rainy or not, we will remain wet while rafting isn’t it ?!
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Popies lane is a small hallway or alley in a street which is very famous throughout the world because of its nightlife. Poppies Lane is also popular destination among backpacker and budget traveler to stay in Bali. Its cheap and clean accommodation located in the stategic location, attracting traveler from around the world. The location of Poppies Lane itself is realy close to Kuta beach, approximately 5 – 10 minute walk by foot.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – This beach also have a nick name “Pink Beach”, because it sands have a little bit pink colour. This beach is always may favourite destination when i visit Lombok. Never miss this one when visiting Lombok :)