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Sisowath Quay

A blend of French-styled buildings and local Khmer-styled architecture, with tourist traps right next to locals going on with their lives, the walk along the vibrant Sisowath Quay was an enjoyable one. Phnom Penh, Cambodia Part I (21-23 December 2013) Day 1: Sisowath Quay aka Riverside walk [caption...

Cave Tubing at Goa Pindul

After so many days of intensive trekking and sight-seeing, all we wanted to do was something relaxing - yet something different at the same time. We settled for Cave Tubing at Goa Pindul and booked a car to take us to the Gunungkidul Region, about 45min drive away, for  @ Rp 500,000/4...

Borobudur/ Prambanan

  After exploring Yogyakarta City mostly on foot, we had an equally packed itinerary the next day going out to see the ancient temples of Borobudur, Prambanan and drive up the active Mt Merapi.  Thankfully, we had booked a private car to bring us around for...

Yogyakarta City

Known as the cultural city of Indonesia, Yogyakarta city promises a rich plethora of art, history and adventure - with both the colossal, architectural wonder of Borobudur/Prambanan and soaring, active Mt Merapi right at it's doorstep. Day 5: Arrive Yogyakarta City from Probolinggo - Malioboro, Kraton Complex,...