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Located in the heart of Ubud is the Ubud Royal Palace. The first king to reside at this Puri Saren Agung Ubud is Tjokorde Gede Agung Sukawati along with his royal family. Nowadays, the palace is open for public from 9 AM to 6 PM. You can learn about the history of Ubud or simply enjoy the beautiful architecture for free. Afterwards, the palace became the set of exciting Balinese Dance Performance. They will perform a different dance every day, and you can pay USD 10 to enjoy them. Learning about history can’t be more fun!

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Right across the street from Ubud Palace is the famous Ubud market. This is where you put your haggling skills to the test. In the market you can find lots of paintings, handicrafts and souvenirs made by local artisans. You can bring home a little something from Bali as a token of your unforgettable adventure in this island.

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One can say that the most popular water temple in Bali is Tirta Empul. Located in Tampaksiring, this place is an hour away from Ubud. This is the spot where God Indra created the spring that burst out holy water. Ever since, people flocks there to seek spiritual purification. The temple itself is divided into three sections filled with beautiful garden and bathing pools. Talk to the locals and they will happily share the legendary tale of Mayadenawa vs Indra that created this beautiful temple.

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Exploring Ubud is never boring. However, once you’re bored with the city, you can always visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace. It is located 15 minutes from Ubud Central. It is famous for its stratified rice terraces also known as the Subak irrigation system. There are many things you can do at Tegalalang, starting from rice terrace trekking, taking great pictures at the swing or enjoying the view while sipping on a cup of Luwak coffee. See you there!

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Kalimantan is one of the richest area in Indonesia. It is known for its lush forest and wildlife. If you’re in Kalimantan and want to absorb all of nature’s glory, go visit Tanjung Putting National Park. To reach it you can take a Pelni boat from Surabaya or Semarang to Kumai Harbor. Or take the bus from Palangkaraya. From there, you have to take the Kelotok river cruise because that is the only way to explore this park, which total size reach 415.000 hectare. Tanjung Putting is known as the largest Orangutan conservation and research center in the world. You can meet the Orangutan at the Camp Tanjung Harapan, Pondok Tanggi or Camp Lakey. You’ll feel like Indiana Jones when you visit Tanjung Putting National Park. Let’s go!

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Jakarta food are often described as a mix of everything. Just their Soto Betawi, for instance. Soto Betawi is a rich soup dish that was made with coconut milk, fresh milk, galangal, garlic, shallots, kaffir lime leaves and candlenut. Then, as the toppings one can add any parts of a cow, from their meat, skin, lung, tripe, and many more. The meat and the richness of the soup is so delicious and filling. It is best to eat at night, where the warm soup will warm you up. You can find Soto Betawi in restaurants or street vendors in Jakarta.

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There are so many things to explore when you’re in Maluku. The largest island there is called Pulau Seram. To get here, you have to go to Ambon, and then take a boat to Masohi Port in Seram island. It’s quite a ride, but its beauty will blow your mind away. First, travel to the Manusela National Park, where you can enjoy the white sand beach, swim, snorkel or dive. Moreover, you can also hike the Binaiya Mountain. Explore the island and find the Lumoli waterfall, or meet the Alifuru tribe, the natives of the island. The fun never stops at Seram island.

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We all love pancake because it’s simple, easy to make and delicious. In Solo, we have a variety of this called Surabi. Surabi Solo is made out of rice flour mixed with coconut milk. This dish is unique because you cook it using small pan made of clay heated by using charcoal. It is then served with banana, jackfruit, chocolate or cheese. In Solo, the area that is known for its delicious surabi is Notokusuman. However, these days you can find these Surabi Solo in most places. Try it yourself!
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One dish that you cannot miss when in Solo is Sate Kere or literally means the poor man’s satay. Back in the old days, satay is an expensive dish because it uses beef or chicken. So, the underprivileged will make satay using the leftover innards or tempe gambus, a byproduct of tofu-making process. They grill it and then pour special peanut sauce with shallot and chili. The dish is so famous that even the President of Republic Indonesia, Joko Widodo, said that it is his favorite food, especially Sate Kere Mbak Tug. It may be cheap, but it is undoubtedly delicious.
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Amongst the busy street of Ubud Central, you can find a beautiful temple named Pura Taman Saraswati. It is located right behind Cafe Lotus and Starbucks, 1 minute away from Ubud Palace. The entrance is a stunning pond filled with blooming lotuses. The whole temple is homage to the goddesses of knowledge and arts, Saraswati. You can enter the temple for free and enjoy its beauty.

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This October, Madura will hold its annual Kemilau Madura event. Asides from its famous Race Bull competition, one event to look forward to is the Sapi Sonok. This is a competition for the most beautiful bull in town. This is serious business, because the winner can be sold up to hundreds of millions rupiah. The farmers take care of these bulls by giving them the best food, massages and other special treatments. Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

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The natural landscape of Sumba has been the talk of the country these past few year. While more and more people are visiting the place, let’s take some time to get to know the people of Sumba too. You can do this by visiting the Ratenggaro Village. First, you take a one hour flight from Bali to Tambolaka, then take a two hours’ drive. Ratenggaro means cemetery (Rate) and Garo (the people of Garo). That is why the place is famous for its stone cemetery all over the village. They are also known for their unique traditional house, called the Uma Kelada. The roof of the house can reach up to 15 meters tall, depending on the social status of the family. The higher it gets, the more important they are. Visiting this village will be an experience you won’t forget.

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