Pacitan is a town in East Java located on the south of the island adjacent to the Indian Ocean.
Known as the City of 1001 Caves, Pacitan is surrounded by cave-filled limestone karsts and hills and is also famous for its surf breaks. Although there is much potential for future tourism development, Pacitan is a town not yet on the tourism trail, lacking this infastructure entirely. Pacitan was the birthplace of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia.
Access to Pacitan and the surrounding region is by road only. Travel minibusses (3.5 hours) leave Yogyakarta from travel agencies and the main bus terminal (Terminal Giwangan), predominantly in the morning. It is advisable to get in early or book ahead. Chartering a car is also an option from Yogyakarta. Public busses are available from Solo, leaving every hour, although services are more common earlier in the day (5 hours, Rp 30,000)
Hire a private car from Solo city at Java Bali Transport at the counter desk – The Sunan Hotel, Solo. A reliable tours and Transportation company in Solo.
Sungai Maron, Pacitan.
Banyu Tibo, Pacitan.
Banyu means Water, and Tibo means Fall. So it means waterfall.
To get to this private sand spot, we had to go down using a bamboo ladder.
The view from the top is quite amazing as well.
It was windy in Kampung Sumber Alam Garut, we were just couldn’t wait to get in to our room and hit their hot spring pool on the backyard.
Bomber Jacket by Zara.
Ini cara saya menikmati Bandung. Tidak jauh dari pusat kota, saya akan mencoba beberapa kegiatan extreme di daerah Sindanglaya, Bandung.
Saya bersama teman teman KJM, Komunitas JEEP ex Militer di Bandung.
Beberapa kegiatan saya yang tidak jauh dari pusat Kota Bandung
Video courtesy Dari Langit Tv One
This is a perfect place to visit if Im craving for a Hot Latte!
My fav latte in town, they serve the Latte with a sparks of brown sugar.
Jalan Trunojoyo No.25, Bandung Wetan, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40115, Indonesia.
Oh baby this is how Sunday should look like..
The Lawn Canggu, located in Batu Bolong Beach, Canggu.
It’s only 1 minute walking distance from The Famous Old Man Canggu.
They don’t serve foods, but they do serve popcorn, beer, coconut, and Mojitos with breathtaking views of green lawn and waves.
My favorite place in Canggu so far.
Inhale the good things, exhale all the bullshit..
“Eat Pray Love” ! That what I had in mind when I heard about this place.
And yes, it is a real house of the famous Ketut Liyer from Eat Pray Love the movie, starring by Julia Robert.
The house looked exactly like it seen on the movie. Inside the house, there’s a small temple facing the area where Ketut do the palm readings.
This is my favorite spot, a small pool next to the restaurant with a breathtaking view of the ricefields.
When I visited Liyer House that time, Ketut was 102 years old, he can only stay in bed because he’s too old to do other things.
This is me with his son, we had a chit chat before I left the house, and he was very kind.
The place is magical, definetely would come back.
Jl. Raya Pengosekan, Br. Pengosekan Kaja Mas, Ubud, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia.
Me, having a little walk at Ubud Market.
I hate small talks.
I wanna talk about atoms, death, aliens, sex, magic, intellect, the meaning of life,
faraway galaxies, the lies you’ve told,
your flaws, your favorite scents, your childhood, what keeps you up at night,
your insecurity and fears.
I like people with depth, who speak with emotion, a twisted mind.
I don’t want to know “What’s up”
It was one fine day at Petitenget Beach, Bali.
We stopped by at Mano Seaside for coffee and few pictures. The sun almost set, but we had long day to go.
Dress by Zara
Age and glasses of wine should not be counted..
Pics taken by Triaji