As an Indonesian, we probably have a love-hate relationship with The Netherlands as they colonised our country for 3,5 century! But that’s a long time ago. And if somebody ask me why I visit Amsterdam then my answer would be “Why not?” There are too much reasons to visit Amsterdam, and I’m gonna give you five! Here you go…
Bali is the most known city in Indonesia for so many years. It attracted around 4 million foreign tourists last year alone. Being a main tourist destination in the country, Bali offers a lot of amazing places to visit. The list is keep changing from year to year. Here’s few of the new places that I visited in Bali; ranging from luxurious villas to beach club to snack places; that are the “hype” because I’d heard many people rambling about them lately.
Hello! I just got back from my big family vacation in Bali. Bali is one of my favorite cities in Indonesia. I’ve been there for a good amount of times and usually check in at a hotel around Kuta and Legian. This time we decided to try something different and a little bit more chilled, so we checked in at The Santai Bali, which is located at Umalas area in Bali.
That’s not a secret that I love being at heights, I love riding planes, I love crazy high rollercoasters, I just love to see everything from above and have wider vision. But don’t get me wrong, it’s also not a secret that I HATE stairs in any way! I usually take elevator to just going one floor up because I’m just too lazy. Being a flat city, Paris has changed me 100%. In my 5 days stay in Paris, I climbed several domes and hundreds of stairs, I didn’t even know who I am. Here’s several places to enjoy Paris from above.
The Italy’s capital is messy yet beautiful. It’s home for a lot of ancient Roman ruins, a bunch of fountains, and also the headquarter of Catholic Church because Vatican City is located within the city of Rome. There’s a lot of things to see and do when you’re in Rome. Here’s the top 10 of Rome bucketlist!
La Sagrada Familia is a Roman-Catholic basilica, designed by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi (1852–1926). It was actually just a church at the beginning, and later on had been a cathedral, until 2010 when it was consecrated as a basilica by Pope Benedict XVI.
What makes this basilica special are the architectural design, its gigantic size, and the fact that it hasn’t finished yet and still under construction after 134 years (started 1882). The expected completion time is 2026, which ironically will be the 100th years after Gaudi’s death.
If you have just one day in London, or if you visit London for the first time and want to see the highlight about what London is all about, my suggestion is to walking down the River Thames. It is the largest river in England and flows through London with bunch of London’s iconic landmarks along the river. So you’ll see quite a lot and apparently it’s super cheap! I did that on my first day in London, more than a year ago and never regret it.