Ken Savitrie's Articles
Enjoying the Emotional Mountains of Menoreh
Waiting for the sunset to come above the lines of pine trees, within the green mountains of Menoreh, while watching the lake from afar. The fresh air and tranquil place are the relief for stress.
A Piece of Ramayana Epic Left in a Cave
Kiskendo Cave offers an experience of exploring through the long curves of the cave decorated by stalactites and the traces of what's left deep in the Earth from a piece of story of the Ramayana epic.
Waiting for Sunset at the Bank of the Lake
As the only dam in Jogja, Sermo Reservoir is like an oasis in the middle of the exotic limestone mountains of Menoreh. Sailing on a boat across the dam or enjoying the sunset at the bank will both offer the same fun.
An Emerald in the West of Jogja
Kulon Progo has an extraordinary landscape. The silent hills, spreads of green rice fields, and a stunning beach with the combination of stunning beach and a lagoon, produced a perfect color mixture of a God-made painting.
3/17/2014Sate Buntel Tambak Segaran
The Mincemeat Recipe that Conquers The Appetite
Solo and Jogja are two old siblings; the bound continues even to their culinary. The secret ketchup made by the family is a treasure that will escort the delicious Sate Buntel into your tongue.
Enjoying Rainbow in The Night
Here, you can see rainbows, even in the night. Lampions in various shapes and colors will enchant your eyes. Numerous amusements are also available for you to try.
10/9/2013Oseng-oseng Mercon Bu Narti
Explosion in The Mouth
The plain rice accompanied by extra-hot spicy oseng-oseng explodes in the mouth. The delicious kikil cooked with spices teases the tongue to dance, demanding us not to stop eating.
Quiet Coral Reef Beach
A coral island on the seashore stands across Drini Beach, dividing it into two parts with opposing characteristics. The East side is quiet while the West is ferocious, making Drini Beach appears as if having dual characteristic.
9/25/2013Sate Pak Turut
The Most Famous Satay in Gunungkidul
The delicate young goat meat in curry sauce and various spices created by Pak Turut has succeeded in becoming the number one satay in gunungkidul.
Here Comes Yogyakarta's New Tourism Primadona
The lines of exotic white-sanded beach, the giant andesitic stones at the ancient volcano, and the dark alleys along the cave are ones of the charms of Gunungkidul which now have started to unveil, showing off its hidden paradise.
9/12/2013Thiwul Yu Tum
Food During The Hard Days, Now Favored in Many Ways
With its fluffier and delicate texture, along with the innovated variants of taste, thiwul is no longer a B-grade food. It has moved up in status; from food during colonization era to tourists' favorite.
9/10/20134 Ramadhan Culinary Markets in Jogja
Waiting to Break The Fast at Ramadan Feast
While waiting for the call of evening prayer, Jogjanese locals used to spend time attending Ramadan's afternoon feast. The feast is held only once in a year during the Ramadan month, offering various delicious snacks for breaking the fast.
The Flickering Palace's Backyard At Night
At night, the Southern City Square located behind the King's Palace-is always full of people looking for affordable amusement. The flickering lamps of odong-odong driven around the square adds to the merry.
Admiring Sunrise at Indonesia's Most Active Volcano
Enjoying sunrise at the country's most active volcano, while directly seeing Merapi's whirling caldera-it's a must-have experience in life.
The Melting Point of Exotic Waterfall and Sea at The South of Yogyakarta
A waterfall standing on the seashore is rare to find in Indonesia, and even in the world. Hidden behind karst hills, Gunungkidul-at the South of Yogyakarta-turns out to be keeping a waterfall which falls directly to the sea.
10/10/2011Rancang Kencono Cave
A Historical Cave Under The Tree Giant Klumpit
Rancang Kencono is a cave that saves stories from the pre historic period until the struggle of Mataram people. A giant klumpit tree has been the witness of every story happening there.