Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Gedongsongo Temple,Central Java,Indonesia

Gedongsongo Temple at the foot of Mount Kendalisada which is located near Mount Ungaran and built in the 8th century AD. Gedongsongo name given by locals to the temple complex. Gedongsongo derived from the Javanese, "Gedong" means house or building, "Songo" means nine. So the meaning of the word Gedongsongo is nine (groups of) buildings.
Gedongsongo temple complex built from the bottom row up to the top of the hills at Mount Ungaran. This shows the character of a very specific Gedongsongo Temple is a blend of two religions that are local and global.
Mount is the altar of the ancestral spirits. This belief is a pre-Hindu traditions of local communities. While the mountain is also the residence of the gods according to Hindu tradition, who was growing globally affect nearly half the world. Local traditions are usually reduced role by global traditions, was both able to stand equal in Gedongsongo.
To go to Gedong I, we have to walk 200 meters through a path that rises. You can use a horse transport service for day trips around attractions Gedongsongo Temple.
In Gedongsongo Temple Complex, the foot of the temple can be recognized through a profile that consists of hand bells and a straight seam. On the outside of the body of the temple there are niches that once contained statues Parswadewata, but now mostly in empty condition, so the first temple which contains the linga-yoni and recesses in the chamber. Niche of the outside of the body decorated with floral motifs and sometimes there is an ornament of Scorpion.
Parswadewata in Java is interpreted as offerings to ancestral spirits who have been united with Shiva and the temple symbolized by the Linga-Yoni who escorted god accompaniment namely: Durga (the wife of Shiva), Ganesha (son of Shiva), and Agastya (a sage who has the spiritual ability equivalent to god).
The roof of a three-story temple is decorated with miniature temples and antefix either plain or decorated. Plan of the temple is almost entirely a square but there is also a temple with a rectangular floor plan, temple size is highly variable, its width ranges from 4.5 m -9.5 m, length 4.8 m - 9m with a different height from 3m - 8.9 m.

I Gedong
Located at an altitude of 1208 meters above sea level, there is a temple, facing west, inside the chamber can still be found yoni but lingganya gone.

Gedong II
Located at an altitude of 1274 meters above sea level, there are two buildings namely Main Temple (facing west) and there is an ancillary temples dihadapnya (facing east) which has collapsed.

Gedong III
Located at an altitude of 1297 masl, consists of three buildings of the temple faces west, enclose the temple in the north, and ancillary temple in front of the main temple. Statue at the main temple niches can still be found in the recesses of the north that is Durga, Agastya in the recesses of the south, Ganesha in the east niche, and Mahakala and Nandiswara there on either side of the temple door. Ancillary temples has a shape similar to Candi Semar at Dieng Temple Complex, which is rectangular.

Gedong IV
Located at an altitude of 1295 masl, consists of 12 buildings divided into three sub-groups. The first subgroup consists of the Temple Master and eight ancillary temples; second subgroup consists of an ancillary temples, and the third subgroup consists of two ancillary temples. Mother Temple of the outside of buildings there except empty niches on the south side niches there are statues of Agastya.

Gedong V
Located at an altitude of 1308 meters above sea level, there are two pages that are not as high, on the first page there is a Master temple ruins of the temple is flanked by two ancillary. While on the second page there are two of the ruins of the temple Perwara

On the sidelines between Gedong III with IV Gedong there is a mountain kepunden as hot springs. The tourists can take a bath and warm bath disebuah kepunden built near them. The smell of sulfur is strong enough and the cloud of smoke was pretty thick when close to the hot springs.

According to the story surrounding people, supposedly the source of hot water is guarded by a creature named Nyai Gayatri, ghost of a woman from the island resort. Nyai Gayatri is one of the ladies of King Sima. After death, spirits inhabit Gayatri Nyai this spring. Nyai Gayatri is someone who likes helping others. Until died too, Nyai Gayatri still like to help. One way is to help cure diseases for people who bathe in these springs.

Bangka Mbule Bule Tradition,Indonesia

Bangka-Mbule Mbule is a ritual wash away the harvest into the sea by the village community Mandati. Various agricultural products that include rice, corn, and bananas. Before floated out to sea, there are two things to do. First, the produce is placed in a wooden boat is decorated with a pair scarecrow as a symbol of evil. Secondly, the boat that already contains the results of this earth and then paraded around the village in order to repel all sorts of dangers that would disrupt village. Well, the boat carrying the earth to be floated is called Mbule-Mbule.
The purpose of the event Mbule Bangka-Mbule is to give thanks as well to avoid disaster, such as natural disasters, disease outbreaks, or social problems that can lead to disruption in the community.

Kabuenga Tradition,Wakatobi,Sulawesi,Indonesia

Kabuenga ceremonies, traditions find a mate, in the Wakatobi Islands, Southeast Sulawesi. This tradition continues to be preserved Wakatobi community.
Traditions that are regularly held in the Wakatobi archipelago each year was held in the open field and followed by all citizens who have grown-up Wakatobi both female and male. In this tradition every man and woman who claimed intend to live together juxtaposed in such a swing in the middle of the field open for all to see.
This process begins with prepare the population swings in the middle of the open field as a medium for meeting men and women who will find a mate to say the pledge to live together. In this kabuenga tradition, the women who will seek a mate gathered circle swing by wearing traditional clothes and carrying Wakatobi traditional foods of all kinds and are usually brightly colored and arranged in such a way that looks interesting. Then these women to dance a dance called pajoge dances to the accompaniment of drums and gongs sound as an opening this sacred procession. When the dance is being played by the women before the men are welcome to give money to the woman.
Philosophical meaning of this dance tells about the customs of some men of Wakatobi which has always been foreigners in the country. And when in these overseas promised that if returned to Wakatobi will be set aside part of their income to give to the dancers who welcomed his return. To accompany this procession kabuenga, indigenous stakeholders and then walked around with a steady swing kabuenga earlier traditional chants.
After completing the strains of traditional stakeholders kidungnya followed by women who also had a swing around as much as 7 times as he also sang traditional songs Wakatobi with a soft drink in the future will be given to the man she loved. Yng Women are in a row is called a group kadandio.
When running this procession of women who are members of the group are required to behave kadandio courtesy to a man who would be given a drink offering was for the man to be impressed and willing to accept a drink of the woman. The procession of this drink called a custom pasombui.
After the women finished now turn to the man doing the same thing that swing around as much as 7 times. But, unlike the woman who brought a soft drink then the man while chanting rhymes bring a kind of parcel that contains a variety of everyday needs ranging from food to clothing.
What's interesting about this procession is that after the man handed over the goods brought to the women, followed by unrequited rhyme. In this poem reverberate rhyme-rhyme that was sung by both parties (male and female) contained about expressions of love to their partners until then they vowed to live together lively semati.
After both vowed then was escorted by the stakeholders, both indigenous to the swing kabuenga. Every couple who sat on the swing was then rocked by the indigenous stakeholders before he sung poetry rhythm and rhyme.
And after going through this procession each pair then split up and return home to their respective homes while waiting for the talks between the two families to then toward the altar.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Tiwah Ceremony,Dayak,Kalimantan,Indonesia

The ceremony is an event tiwah indigenous Dayak tribes. Tiwah a ceremony held for delivery of the dead bone to have stumbled on the make. Is a kind of stumbled a little house that was made specifically for those who had died.
Tiwah ceremony for the Dayak are very sacred, in the event this tiwah before the bones of the dead are in between and put into place (stumbled), numerous occasions of ritual, dance, sound gongs and other entertainment. Until the bones are in place in place (stumbled).

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Nature Park Riung Seventeen Island,NTT,Indonesia

Nature Park Riung Seventeen Islands is a group of large and small, with a total 17 islands, namely Pulau Pau, borong Island, Ontoloe Island (the largest), Pulau Dua, Island Kolong, Lainjawa Island, Pulau Besar, Pulau Halima (Island Nani), Patta Island, Rutong Island, Island Tables, Bampa Island (Island Tampa or Tembang Island), Three Island (Long Island), Island Copper, Taor Island, Island and Island Wire Sui. The whole island is uninhabited by humans.
Located in the `mainland island of Flores in public administration including the District Riung, Regency Ngada. This area is located about 70 km next uatara Bajawa Kota, Ngada capital.
Region Seven Nature Park is an island of dry forest types with a mixture of vegetation types Ketapang (Terminalia catappa), hibiscus (Hibiscus tiliacus), pecan (Aleuritis molucana), pandan (Pandanus tectorius), teak (Tectona grandis), bulging ( Sterculia foetida), kesambi (Schleichera oleosa), sandalwood (Santalum album), cinnamon (Mangivera indica), tamarind (Tamarindus indica), sea sengon (Albizia sp), johar (Cassia siamea), nyamplung (Calophyllum inophykum) and ampupu ( Eucalyptus urophylla). Almost the entire coast of the island cluster region overgrown mangrove forests that are still intact with dominant species Rhizophora sp, Bruquiera gymnoriza, and Sonneratia sp.
Various types of fauna that live in this area include the Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis), timor deer (Cervus timorensis), hedgehogs (Zaglossus sp), macaques (Macaca sp), weasels (Paradoxurus haemaproditus), timor monitor lizard (Varanus timorensis), Kuskus ( Phalanger sp), jungle fowl (Gallus sp), crocodile (Crododulus porosus), and various species of birds such as eagles (Elanus sp), bluwok or white heron (Egretta sacra), clothing glawe or black stork (Ciconia episcopus), Lorikeet bird chest yellow (Trichoglosus haemotodus), parrot (Lorius domicella), cuckoo (Streptopelia chinensis), bird or birds singed wontong (Megapodius Reinwadrtii) and bats (Pteropsus veropirus).
In addition, the Seven Islands area is also rich in coral reef ecosystems and the types of marine biota. There are about 27 species of coral
such as Montipora sp, Acropora sp, sp Lobophylla, Platygyra sp, sp Galaxea, Pavites sp, Stylopora sp, Pavona sp, sp and Echynopora Echynophylla sp. The types of biota living waters include marine mammals such as dugongs (Dugong dugon), dolphins and whales (Physister catodon) and various ornamental fish that live in the reefs.


Takpala is a traditional village located in Alor District, North Central Alor District, Village West Overtime. Located 150 meters above the surface of this laut.Kampung has 12 custom homes and  one of cultural heritage that is protected by the government.

Matayangu Waterfalls,Sumba,NTT,Indonesia

Matayangu Waterfall 
The waterfall is located in the Village and Village Waimanu Katikutana. This is a natural waterfall. Underneath was a lake where the water is light green is cool. waterfalls down from the sidelines between the solid rock. The highest spring discharge place Matayangu waterfall is located as high as one hundred meters from the surface of the lake. Scenery around the waterfall is very beautiful.

National Park Manupeu-NTT,Indonesia

National Park-Land Manupeu Daru is representative of spring forest-lowland bullets left in Sumba. Most of the forest area in the national park of steep cliffs, which emerged from the sea surface to a height of 600 meters.
National Park-Land Manupeu Daru have high-value species diversity that is around 118 species of plants including suren (Toona sureni), taduk (Sterculia foetida), kesambi (Schleichera oleosa), Pulai (Alstonia scholaris), acid (Tamarindus indica), walnut (Aleurites moluccana), forest jambu (Syzygium sp.), mountain pine (Casuarina sp.), and lantana (Lantana camara).
Creatures that exist in this park as many as 87 bird species including 7 species of cockatoo endemic to the island of Sumba chrysolite (Cacatua sulphurea citrinocristata), looming Sumba (Rhyticeros everetti), Sumba pigeon (Treron teysmannii), sweep Sumba (Ficedula harterti), orioles- sungu Sumba (Coracina dohertyi), and honey Sumba (Nectarinia buettikoferi). Bird and parrot looming sumba chrysolite is the most rare birds and endangered species, especially on the island of Sumba.
National Park Manupeu Daru-Land has 57 species of butterflies including seven endemic to the island of Sumba is Papilio neumoegenii, Ideopsis oberthurii, Delias fasciata, Junonia adulatrix, Athyma karita, Sumalia Chilo, and Elimnia amoena.
Manupeu-Tanah Daru recently designated as a National Park, so the facility for visitors is still very limited. The facilities available in the form of homestay is run by people around the park.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Ritual Ngayau from Kalimantan,Indonesia

Ritual Ngayau.This ritual is usually done when the parents of the Dayak tribe Tomun someone dies then her male offspring will diupacarai customary to leave the village in search of casualties of people's heads that will be on offer to the bodies of the dead parents.But because these customary sadism destroyed along with the growing development of the Dayak people Kaharingan thinking itself will the realization that the ritual is in sharp contrast with government regulations and norms that also apply to people of this country generally.One of the historical evidence of ritual Ngayau we found in Rumbang Bulin, Dayak traditional house in the village Tomun Bakonsu, called the architecture of the house has a long and distinguished stage height and has a staircase that can be removed and stored in order to alert the family in the house of ' Kayau 'or people who perform rituals Ngayau. In front of Rumbang Bulin have 'stumbled' the inscription on it is still contained human skull Ngayau who are victims of these rituals. It had stumbled in rehab in 1958, the so-called end times rituals Ngayau the Dayak.

Ritual from Suku Pamoa,Sulawesi,Indonesia

HABIT bury the corpse in the cave not only do residents of Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi. Latea Cave, about 57 kilometers south of Poso town, or 258 kilometers from Palu, Central Sulawesi provincial capital is the ancient tribal burial Pamona, Poso natives.
Pamona ancestors that once lived in the hills, especially those living in the hills Wawolembo. Burial system by placing the bodies in the caves, just ended around the 19th century AD. This cave has experienced the collapse of rocks around over 2000 years ago. Latea Cave consists of two levels is, at bottom, there are four pairs of coffins and 36 pieces of human skull. Meanwhile, above, there are 17 pairs of casket, 47 fruits and five fruit skull bracelet hand. Both parts are never restored in 1994.
Not only in Cave Latea. Pamona ancestors graves other people there at Pamona Cave is located right on the shores of Lake Poso. This cave has 12 rooms.
Although the graves of Pamona ancestors, but Pamona Cave is not only a beautiful tourist spots to visit, but also become a playground of local children. Caves and Cave Latea Pamona, are two of cultural heritage in Poso district. Both cave has last visited in 1997 and then, when the execution of Lake Poso Festival (FDP) is ninth.

Sempu Island,Indonesia

Sempu Island is located on Blue Spring South Malang. The road to Blue Spring has been paved and the vehicle can pass. The trip to Blue Spring will pass Kepanjen. The road winding hill, right next to the left of the cliff and ravine. The trip is approximately 3 hours.
Blue Spring arguably the harbor as fishing boats and the fish auction. Its position was safe from the brunt of the waves because it was blocked by the Indian Ocean island of Sempu. To cross to the Island to Island Sempu used perahu.Menyeberang Sempu about half an hour. We will be deployed in a bay with the board "Sempu Island Nature Reserve Area", named Gulf Ants. Towards Segara Anak southwest through the trail is slippery because of argillaceous soil. It takes approximately 2 hours to reach the Segara Anak. Along the road can be heard the sound of waves crashing in the distance, and the sound of birds. Trees still thick and sturdy. It is said that a wide range of wild animals including wild boar, snakes, deer, monkey, various birds (rangkok, swallow, sea eagles),
Segara Anak is a saltwater lagoon or lake. The water in the lake comes from the hole in the rock overlooking the Indian Ocean. Waves fill the water in the lake. The surface of the lake water is very calm and height depend on the ocean tidal cycle.
Reefs in the back of the beach to climb and we will see directly the Indian Ocean. Panorana Indian Ocean is very fascinating.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Larat Island,Maluku,Indonesia

Larat Island Tribe Population is Tanimbar with clumps Saira, Larat, and Fordate. The three families are using the language with the dialect Larat. Larat Island residents still have a strong culture. This can be seen from the traditional weaving, carving sculptures, and wood carving are found. The musical tradition is still strong, it is seen from the habits of people playing Tifa, flutes, and gongs.
Larat island has flora and fauna endemic among carrion flowers (Amorphophalus Sp), Nuri Red (Eosarticulata), Nuri Red Cheeks (Geoffroyus geoffroyi), Lorikeet Red chin (Charmosyna Placenti). Fourth of flora and fauna are not found in other areas, especially in front of the island, Maluku Province.
Island residents have a tradition of making vessels Larat that began several centuries ago, before the arrival of the Dutch Colonial. Lang lang gets, is a large-capacity vessel which can carry dozens of passengers.
The island's economy relies on agriculture and marine Larat. Nuts and tuber crops is a leading agricultural community. Results Larat Island marine economy is sustained by the cultivation of seaweed and the sea is rich. Sea cucumbers, reef fish and fish are two types of commodities traded seafood a lot.

Napangga Lake,Bagan Siapi Api,North Sumatera,Indonesia

Napangga Lake is located in District Tanah Putih 70 km from the city Bagansiapiapi, precisely in the upper Batang Slum Village, Tanjung Medan borders and Rokan Hulu regency of North Sumatra Province. Napangga Lake Area of 500 hectares, has a natural charm that is very beautiful. Lake Napangga is unique, because according to legend, this lake is a haven king in ancient times, and in this lake arowana fish species living Sumatra that cost quite expensive. Not far from this region live the people Banai, one of the native tribes in Rokan Hilir. The road to the location of Lake Napangga almost all been in the asphalt, making it easier for us to get to these attractions.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Oenesu Waterfalls,Kupang,NTT,Indonesia

In Kupang language Oe means water, because the city of Kupang is located by the beach with a long coastline would not be surprised if a lot of areas in Kupang Oe preceded by words such as Oeba, Oebobo, Oebofu, Oepura, Oesapa.Ada water everywhere.
Oenesu name. Located about 17 km to the west of Kupang. Oenesu can be reached by passing lane 40. Line 40 is a path that is outside the city of Kupang, the lane is very long. Unlike most waterfalls in the land of Java, this Oeneso waterfall-shaped ramps only, consists of four levels. The water was very clear, hidden in a very dense jungle tours.

Jumog Waretfalls,Ngargoyoso,Karanganyar,java,Indonesia

Waterfall with a height of 60 meters is located in a rural area with Sukuh Temple, was inaugurated on August 7 Regent Karanganyar 2004.Untuk towards tourism Waterfall Jumog can use the services of public transportation or by car sendiri.dari any direction will have no trouble Routes pursued a very beautiful and impressive, from Solo to the east past the path to the Tawangmangu, Karangpandan Market Arriving again there are about 3 km Gate entrance Sukuh Temple tourist area.
Various facilities exist disni. In addition to the gazebo, there is also a swimming pool, game area campground, open stage and restaurants.

Kakek Bodo Waterfall,Tretes,Malang,East Java,Indonesia

Kakek Bodo waterfall at an altitude of 850 masl, in the tourist areas Tretes. Can be reached from Surabaya at a distance about 51 km towards Malang. Or from Malang with 70km distance. From Surabaya, Malang majoring we took the bus or vice versa, a decrease in Pandaan and replace vehicles in the direction of Tretes. Vehicles that led to this form of tourism Tretes L300 Izusu who stopped at the junction Tretes Fruit Market. With tariffs 5,000, - per person. Get off in front of the hotel Cape. Then continue the journey up the hill to pay only Rp. 6000 per person to get through the entrance.
According to locals the story "Grandfather Bodo" was formerly a Dutch family housekeeper. He was a pious and honest. He left his family in order to purify herself Dutch abandon worldly problems with imprisoned. Because of this attitude that left Dutch family called it a stupid grandfather (Grandpa Bodo).

Sampuran Putih Waterfalls,Sibolangit,Sumatera,Indonesia

Sampuran Putih waterfall located in the middle stretch of jungle foothills of Bukit Barisan, Sibolangit district. To reach the tourist sites are located in the village People love this, it can take 2 hours from the center of the capital of North Sumatra, Medan. The water looks like a thick white milk, occasional hot steam escapes from between the rocks. For those who have perfect skin diseases once they bathe in the river was so healed skin disease.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Blue Lake,Singkawang,Kalimantan,Indonesia

Blue Lake
Blue Lake to its name in the water in this lake blue somehow influence the mineral content of local soil or vegetation. Location Blue Lake is about 5-6 km from the center of Singkawang and can be reached by motor vehicle about 30 minutes.
Here we can see the beautiful views. The lake where the water is colored blue. this place is crowded during the afternoon.

Ranu Kumbolo Lake,East Java,Indonesia

Ranu Kumbolo located in East Java, a mountain lake perch-Semeru with altitude 2500 meters above sea level.
To go to Ranu Kumbolo, tourists can travel through or Lumajang Malang, East Java.
From the terminal Malang, can ride public transportation to the village and stopped at the terminal Intercropping Intercropping. Then the trip continued with a ride trucking vegetables or using a jeep (SUV) are rented by people around heading to Ranu Pani.
Before heading to Ranu Pani, tourists should stop by the post TNBTS in Gubugklakah to get permission to climb.
The view that you should not miss on the edge of Ranu Kumbolo is at sunrise (sunrise) appeared from behind a hill. Panorama exotic and riveting at Ranu Kumbolo will not be forgotten by climbers or tourists who've been there.

Twin Lakes,West Sumatera,Indonesia

Twin Lakes is a District in Solok, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Twin Lakes is comprised of two separate lake about 1 km distance. Although practically twins, both completely different both from the area, shape and height. We can see both of them together when they are very high, maybe when were in the helicopter. Called Lake In Upper and Lower Lake. Above the lake area of 17.19 hectares and Lake Below approximately 16.83 hectares. The distance between the lake is about 1 km.
Twin Lake has a depth of 44 meters. Around the lake there is agricultural land horticulture like vegetables, fruit passion fruit and persimmons and tea garden.
The trip to the lake can be reached within one hour of Kayu Aro or about 1.5 hours from the city of Padang. When you ride public transportation, this lake can be reached within two hours drive from the terminal Bareh-Town So-lok Solok.Jalan highway toward the lake is smooth. Along the way, tourists can enjoy the rural scenery and wonderful tea plantation. For lodging, available guest house, villa, guesthouse or other accommodation at affordable prices

Pulau Tunda,Banten,Indonesia

Tunda, is a small island located in the Java Sea, namely in the northern Gulf of Banten. Administratively, the island is included in Serang regency, Banten. TundaIsland Area is about 300 hectares. In 2007, the population reached 3000 people Tunda Island.
Administratively, there are 1 Snooze Island village is Village Wargasara. This village consists of two hamlets namely the West Village and East Village. The work of villagers mostly are laborers fishing, planting crops, and a small part as a broker.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Kawah Tekurep,South Sumatera,Indonesia

Funeral Complex is now included in the region Ilir District 3, District II East Ilir, Palembang. Based on the old notes, this cemetery was built in 1728 AD by order of Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin Jayo Wikramo (d. 1756 CE), after the construction of the Tomb Complex or change their Kerangga Gutters (30 Ilir). Tekurep crater name is taken from the form of the cupola (dome). If measured from the banks of the Musi River, this tomb complex is about 100 meters from a river.
On the side facing the Musi River (the south), there is a gate which is the main gate to enter the tomb complex. In it, there are four cupola. Namely, three cupola that is destined for the tomb of the sultan and a cupola for the sons and daughters of Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin, officials and the commander of the empire. Here are the names of figures who are buried;

Dome I:

1. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin I (d. 1756 CE)
2. Queen Sepuh, the first wife who came from Central Java
3. Ivory Queen, second wife who came from Kelantan (Malaysia)
4. Mas Ayu Ratu (Ban Liem Nio), third wife of Chinese origin
5. Nyimas Naimah, fourth wife who comes from 1 Ilir (now Guguk Jero Paging Plembang City Lamo)
6. Sayyed Imam Al-Idrus Idrus of South Yemen

Dome II:
1. Prince Queen Kamuk (d. 1755 CE)
2. Queen Mudo (wife of P. Kamuk)
3. Sayyid Yusuf al Angkawi (Imam Sultan)

Dome III:
1. Sultan Ahmad Najamuddin (d. 1776 CE)
2. Masayu Dalem (wife Najamuddin)
3. Maulana Abdur Rahman Sayyid Tugaah (Imam Sultan of Yemen)

Dome IV:

1. Sultan Bahauddin Muhammadi (d. 1803 CE)
2. Supreme Queen (wife of Bahauddin)
3. Pure Datuk Hadad (Imam Sultan of Saudi Arabia)

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