Originally named Mosque of Kagungan Dalem Kraton Ngayogyakarto Hadiningrat, the worship place was built in 1773 by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I as the first sultan (king) of the Sultanate of Mataram Yogyakarta with Kyai Faqih Ibrahim as the first headman of the palace and with the help of Kyai Wiryokusumo as the architect.
It’s a customary for Muslims in Java to visit graveyard of the ancestors in the month of Sya’ban, the month before Ramadhan, the fasting month. They believe that in the Sya’ban, or so-called Ruwah in Javanese calendar, is a time when Allah opens the door of pray so wide for the people who have died. […]
I’m not a coffee lovers. But immediately I felt in love with this coffee shop. A few months ago I came to this place for the first time just to hang out with my friends. Many believe the coffee shop is the oldest in Jakarta, Tak Kie, located on Jalan Pintu Besar Selatan, behind the […]
In 1942, Japan armed force pushed into Indonesia and began to build strength through the forced labor known as romusha to the Indonesian people. To prevent this miserable work,the king of Mataram Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX argued to Japan that the land was dry and needs watering. Japan agrees and Sultan immediately ordered to […]
10 pass 5 minutes, the snakey iron started to leaving Bogor station. Bumi geulis ,that it was given a name. Not as popular as other trains such as Argo or even with it’s brother, Jakarta-Bogor commuter trains. Understandably, it’s operation area are not so kind of busy. The train was first inagurated in December 2008 […]