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LEARN BAHASA INDONESIA: Lesson 2 – Basic Vocabulary

Welcome to our second class of Bahasa Indonesia! In our first class (Lesson 1 – Introduction), you had the opportunity to know the origins of the language, learn your first words in the Indonesian language and see some of the best practices for studying the Indonesian language. In this class, we will study some examples […]

Pasola Festival in SUMBA ISLAND

Discover SUMBA ISLAND & its incredible PASOLA FESTIVAL

Travelling to Sumba island you will find idyllic beaches without tourists, impressive waterfalls, and villages that have remained the same in the last 100 years. The Pasola Festival is a traditional war ritual celebrated annually by the people of Sumba to mark the sowing season’s arrival. This is the most important ceremony on the Island of Sumba. The Island of […]

travel to Yogyakarta - prambanan temple

YOGYAKARTA Travel Guide: Cultural Capital of Java Island

Travel to Yogyakarta, the center of Javanese culture, to see one of world’s heritage sites and one of world’s wonders, Borobudur and Prambanan. Being a special region, it remains the only province in Indonesia that is governed by a sultan. Yogyakarta Travel Guide1 Yogyakarta Travel Guide1.1 Best Time to Travel to Yogyakarta1.2 Where to stay […]

lumpia semarang - Traditional Indonesian food

Traditional Indonesian food: LUMPIA SEMARANG

Lumpia is a type of spring rolls found in many destinations in Indonesia. This special recipe for lumpia dish comes from the city of Semarang, located in Central Java. Recipe: Lumpia Semarang The city of Semarang is known for this lumpia, brought by Chinese immigrants who then resided in that area of Indonesia. Over the […]

learn Indonesian Bahasa

Learn Bahasa Indonesia: LESSON 1 – INTRODUCTION

Welcome to our first class of Bahasa Indonesia! Our goal during this course is that you can start using the language right away to communicate with localpeople as soon as possible, whether you plan to travel to Indonesia, have recently moved to the country, or simply want to improve your language level. You will learn […]

Kue Putu Traditional Indonesian Food

Traditional Indonesian dessert: KUE PUTU

Kue Putu or Putu Bamboo is a traditional steamed dessert with cylindrical shape and green, originating in Indonesia. The cake is made of rice flour and has a green color with extract obtained from Pandan leaf, stuffed with palm sugar, and steamed in bamboo tubes, hence its name, and served with shredded coconut. Recipe: Kue […]

Traditional Indonesian food: Kue Pancong

Traditional Indonesian dessert: KUE PANCONG

Kue Pancong is a traditional Indonesian sweet made from rice flour and a coconut-based dough. A delicious cake that when you try it will make you feel a tasty sweet explosion on the palate due to the combination of shredded coconut and granulated sugar in the dough. This cupcake is commonly found in traditional Indonesian […]

Traditional Indonesian food: kue cubit

Traditional Indonesian dessert: KUE CUBIT

Kue cubit is a typical Southeast Asian dessert, native to Indonesia. These are cupcakes about 4 centimeters in diameter. Sellers of these sweets often operate near traditional schools or markets. Kue cubit carries flour, yeast powder, sugar and milk as main ingredients. Recipe: Kue Cubit The liquid dough is poured into a steel mold with […]

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