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Kampung Naga, Tasikmalaya – Indonesia


Kampung Naga or Dragon Village. Why dragon village? The name has nothing to do with the village or vice versa. In this village there are around 300 indigenous people and in daily life, they chose to not having an electricity for life, even our Government offered free electricity machine several years ago, but they rejected. Because they want to keep the originality of their village and the traditional ways to prove they can survive even without the electricity.

📷 Astrid Maharani
📍 Kampung Naga, Tasikmalaya – Indonesia


WITT #13: Achievements in 2016

Alhamdulillah, as we are getting close to the New Year 2017! There were so many things I’ve done in 2016 which bring me to the person who I am today. Huge thanks to my Mom’s prayers who always leads me to see the world perfectly with my imperfection! I feel …

Pasar Beringharjo, Yogyakarta – Indonesia


Pasar Beringharjo or Beringharjo market is one of the famous traditional markets in Yogyakarta. Located in the Malioboro area and close to the Keraton. The front section has a wide range of inexpensive batik. There are also warungs (food stalls) which selling a huge variety of fruit and vegetables. There is also rempahrempah (spices) on the 1st floor. It’s open every day from 10 am to 4 pm. You need to bargain for the prices, and you will be surprised with the prices you will get! Happy shopping!

The moment time of Merapi eruption, Yogyakarta – Indonesia

This clock has shown the moment when Merapi got erupted in 2010. Which was the biggest eruption every 100 years. 📷 Astrid Maharani 📍 Merapi Mountain, Yogyakarta

Ratu Boko, Yogyakarta – Indonesia

Cloudy afternoon
Cloudy afternoon


📷 Astrid Maharani
📍 Keraton Ratu Boko, Yogyakarta

Ratu Boko is an archaeological site known to modern Javanese as Kraton Ratu Boko or Ratu Boko’s Palace. Ratu Boko is located on a plateau, about three kilometres south of Lara Jonggrang Prambanan temple complex in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The original name of this site is still unclear, however, the local inhabitants named this site after King Boko, the legendary king mentioned in Loro Jonggrang folklore. In Javanese, Ratu Boko means “Stork King”.

Source: Wikipedia

WITT #12: International Human Rights Day 2017 #Istand4genderequality

Today is the day where we celebrate our life, our freedom and our rights!

Happy 10th of December.

Let’s we #StandUp4HumanRights


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