Mermaid is a mythical creature that often portrayed as exotic, cute, and lovable. So cute and lovable that I took liberty to put these photos here as an exception to my rule-of-thumb to not to post people on this blog.
The Residence of Sampoerna family in Surabaya has a complex of museum, cafe, and art gallery.
Although not related to Masks Museum, Batu, this museum in Ubud also exhibits masks and puppets from many regions in Indonesia.
A few things you can get while you are in Bali.
A piece of forest in Ubud, Bali where the monkeys and humans can roam semi-freely. There is a creek at the bottom of the forest, while a cemetery lays at the top of one of the hills.
Roughly translates to “The abundance of natural resources,” the term describes the rich and fertile soil of Indonesia, suitable for agriculture and mining.
The road leads to Pacitan goes through and around the scenic Bukit Manoreh hill-range, and ends directly at the beaches of Indonesian Ocean, famous with their rolling waves.
I stopped by this restaurant on our trip back from Batu, Indonesia, for a little R&R. The foods were superb, the location, at the outskirt of Batu, was easy to spot, and the scenery from the restaurant was quite stunning.
Located next to Transportation Museum in Batu, Indonesia, here you can find a collections of masks, statues, and other peculiar things that were part of the daily life of people in Indonesia, both at present and in the old days.
This museum houses a plethora of transportation devices. Old cars, bikes, and chariots are thematically displayed for educational and nostalgic purposes.
Outside of the museum, they built a floating market that sells foods and beverages and allows us to experience what it is like to roam and boating around the real-life floating markets