Showing posts from October, 2021

Mata Langit Borobudur Recommended Picnic Place With Enchanting Spots and Interesting Rides

Mata Langit Borobudur presents a new tourist charm in Magelang that presents interesting spots and rides.  This picnic spot in Magelang is recommended for a vacation with your beloved family when the holidays arrive.  Enjoy the charm of beauty and interesting spots for an unforgettable vacation trip. There are many interesting picnic spots and hits in Magelang with its natural, historical, cultural and culinary offerings.  One of them is Mata Langit By Plataran Magelang with its instagenic dish. The main activity offered by the Mata Langit Magelang tourist attraction is culinary, accompanied by iconic spots and stunning natural scenery.  Many interesting and certainly delicious food menus at Mata Langit Plataran Borobudur are served with various interesting concepts. In addition to culinary delights, you can enjoy beautiful views and instagramable photo spots for an unforgettable vacation trip in Mata Langit.  Get funny photos to beautify your social media feeds at Wisata Mata Langit B

Exploring the Nature of Juanda Forest Park, Bandung

Taman Hutan Raya is Bandung's most famous and hits tourist destination.  In addition to many distributions, cafes, and several well-known hotels, there are also tourist attractions, namely Juanda Forest Park, Bandung.  Also known as THR Djuanda or Tahura Djuanda.  The forest area which reaches 590 hectares stretches from the Pakar area to Maribaya.  There are about 2500 types of plants making this first forest park very suitable for Botanical tourism. Located at an altitude between 770 masl to 1330 masl.  No less than 2500 species of plants grow in the Juanda Forest Park.  Tahura Djuanda is a conservation area that combines secondary nature with plantation forests.  The very natural forest atmosphere coupled with several interesting tourist objects is the main attraction. In addition to botanical tourism, in the IR Juanda Forest Area you can find various enchanting waterfalls.  The cool air and calm atmosphere are perfect for relaxing and relieving fatigue. Travelers can do various

Enjoy the Beauty of Nature and the Coolness of Coban Rondo Waterfall

Coban Rondo is one of the natural attractions in Pujon District, Malang, East Java.  The name Coban Rondo itself comes from the words Coban which means Waterfall and Rondo which means Widow, so named because there is a legend of a newlywed couple named Dewi Anjarwati and Raden Baron Kusumo who wanted to travel to Mount Anjasmoro.  Dewi Anjarwati because their marriage age has just entered Selapan (36 days in Javanese).  However, they persevered and eventually there were dangers along the way.  Out of nowhere, appeared Joko Lelono who was captivated by the beauty of Dewi Anjarwati.  Fights are unavoidable.  Raden baron Kusumo then ordered his clown to hide Dewi Anjarwati in a coban (waterfall) and finally fought with Joko Lelono.  In the second death, Dewi Anjarwati became a widow (rondo).  Until finally, Dewi Anjarwati's hiding place was named Coban Rondo. Did you know that Coban Rondo Waterfall is already very famous among tourists, this is because of its natural beauty and also t

Trafalgar Square Stores Various Historical Galleries and Monuments

Trafalgar Square is the square in central London used to commemorate the battle of Trafalgar.  This battle was a naval battle in which the British Navy battleships won the Napoleonic Wars.  The name of the Field commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar, the British naval victory in the Napoleonic Wars over France and Spain that took place on 21 October 1805 off the coast of Cape Trafalgar. This place holds various galleries and historical monuments to statues.  Visitors can enjoy the many events and festivals held in this place with friends and family. The sites around Trafalgar Square have been important landmarks since the 1200s.  For centuries, the measured distance from the Charing Cross has been a marker of location.  The current site of the square previously contained the intricately designed enclosed courtyard, King's Mews.  After George IV moved the mews to Buckingham Palace, the area was rebuilt by John Nash, but progress was slow after his death, and the square did not open u