Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – During my stay in Bali, I had one favorite foods, especialy when I want to reduce my spending or my wallet being broke because of too much traveling. This Balinese food is similar to the “Nasi Kucing” in Java. But its presentation and contents are a little bit different. The food name also different, in Bali this food is wellknown as Nasi Jinggo.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – Anging Mammiri,is another name for the city of Makassar. A city that I choose for first time backpacking in South Sulawesi. I got a chance to visit this city because a few months ago I got a ticket promo Garuda Indonesia. Yay! Garuda is really generous this time. When most people think outside of Java was deserted, and there just a wilderness exist. Then you are not completely true!! Try visit and see this Anging Mammiri city, with its international airports Sultan Hassanudin. It is not possible to beat Surabaya or Jakarta in a few more years . Even me already felt Makassar city bustle just after I coming out of the airport. Traffic jam everywhere!. So I asked myself, maybe congestion virus in other big cities in Java such as Jakarta already spread everywhere, including this city.
Idbackpacker.com (Indonesia Backpacker) – So, you aware small heaven in Indonesia called Gili Trawangan? The island is located in the north of Lombok. It is started to get famous from the 1990’s, and this island have a reputation as wild party destination with cheap accommodation.
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) – One of my favorite meals in indonesia named satay is relatively easy to cook. Just roast the satay over hot coals, and served with some special sauce. While chicken, beef and goat are common meat for main satay ingredient. In addition, there was a wide range of satay variations, from one called Sate Madura (Madura Typical), Sate Padang (Padang Typical satay, the sauce are little bit salty flavoured) and some are called Sate Lilit (Satay which is made of fish, usually found in Bali).