Palayangan River Rafting Adventure in Situ Cileungca, Bandung: An Adrenaline-Fuelled Ride of a Lifetime

Hellen Keller once said, “Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all”. We live in a wonderful world filled with exciting things to see and do.  Life is meant to be lived to the fullest and by living life includes taking risks and daring yourself to explore and savour new experiences anywhere and everywhere […]

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) : Explore Indonesia In Just A Day

When friends asked me what would I recommend to see if they visit Jakarta, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) is undeniably on my top list. Why? TMII is like ‘Indonesia in a small scale’, with each and every famous tourist attractions in Jakarta and all over the country represented; the beaches exempted.So when you visit the […]

TOP 7 Things to Do in Sawarna Beach, Banten Province, Indonesia

Sawarna Beach used to be a hidden, isolated beach paradise in in the province of Banten, Indonesia. Located in a small village in Bayah, Lebak, the beach which previously can only be accessed only through crossing a bamboo bridge from the narrow road, is now becoming a famous weekend destination in Banten province. Yes, too […]

Sea The World at SeaWorld Ancol (SeaWorld Indonesia)

Ancol Dreamland Complex is the most popular family attraction in Jakarta. It is a one stop shop for families looking for recreation and adventure. The Ancol Dreamland Complex houses the Dunia Fantasi, SeaWorld, Ocean Dream Samudra, Ocean Ecopark, Atlantis Water Adventure and Ancol Beach City. I visited Dunia Fantasi (Fantasi World) with the Espiritu Family […]

Bohol Escapade Series: Bilar Man-made Mahogany Forest

As we traversed the zigzag road on our way to the world-renowned Chocolate Hills in Carmen, I cannot help but be amazed at the variety of trees, giant ferns, and the lush mahogany forest welcoming us along the way. With windows rolled down, the touch of the cool breeze emanating from the heart of the forest […]

Bohol Escapade Series: Close Encounter with the Philippine Tarsier

Meeting the Philippine tarsier (Tarsius syrichta), one of the smallest primates, is a must when visiting the island of Bohol. Why?  First, Philippine tarsiers are considered endangered animals. Second, they are endemic in the southern Philippines islands of Bohol, Samar, Leyte, and in Mindanao. Third, they have the largest eye-to-body ratio of all mammals that […]

Bohol Escapade Series: Loboc River Cruise

A Bohol escapade would not be complete without the famous Loboc River Cruise. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the island of Bohol. How did we get here? Loboc is about 30 minutes ride from the city of Tagbilaran. Loboc River Cruise is included in our package tour so it was […]