This year’s August 17 for me is pretty special because of not only celebrating Indonesia’s independence day, but also discovering the first settlement of ethnic-Chinese civilization in Tangerang through the iconic Chinese-style ancient house designed with low-curving sloped roofs in the midst of Pasar Lama traditional market named Benteng Heritage Museum, the first Chinese-Indonesian heritage museum in Indonesia.
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Harapan Island, July 2015
The previous year’s Eid Mubarak holiday was really worth-remembering as I planned to explore Thousand Islands located in the Bay of North Jakarta. Prior to D-day, I and my 9 friends were busy looking for recommended travel agencies that offered affordable and economical price for 2 days and 1 night. After finding a great travel agency, all the schedules were set and I utterly could not wait for it. At 6.00 am in the morning, I arrived at Kali Adem harbor, Muara Angke in the Northern part of Jakarta for 45 minutes by grabbing 2 taxicabs. I truly felt surprised witnessing the sea of humans queuing behind the entrance ticket. Around 1.5 hours waiting for the boat to Harapan Island, eventually it arrived at 7.30 am. Before heading off to Harapan Island, an announcement said that it would take 4 hours.
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The day when my first traveling experience began. Consisted of 8 people, eventually the decision to explore one of neighboring countries located in South East Asia was made because of the tremendous curiosity about the country’s logo whether it was a factual truth or just merely an “advertisement”. Spending a week in there, abundant blissful things I found was pretty worth a fortune. Continue reading “Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia”