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Exodus Via Kukup.

Create: 06/24/2017 - 18:01
Kukup Immigration and Ferry Terminal

Exodus Via Kukup.

I saw an article in the NST today that Kukup Ferry Terminal was gridlocked as 12,000 Indonesians head home for holidays. I knew I have a pic of the Immigration and ferry terminal archived somewhere. Am happy I found the folder effortlessly. It was taken on 19th June 2010 with my Olympus EPL-1. Remember this place, Emily Lowe?

Ducks By The Paddy Fields

Create: 05/04/2017 - 09:03
Ubud pics by Rian

Ducks By The Paddy Fields. My friend, Rian Maelzer, booked a couple of hotel rooms in Ubud and Sanur, Bali through me, recently. I was happy not only for the bookings but I also know that as a seasoned international journalist with a great eye, he will return with beautiful pictures of Ubud.

A Tip For The Wandering Stranger

Create: 04/22/2017 - 21:50
Kramat Railway Crossing

To lessen my anxiety, I took some pics to calm down. I don't remember where I was but I traced my route to the Kramat Railway Station In Central Jakarta. How do I do it?

Here's an important photography tip: Many times we may not recall or know where we were in a strange and unfamiliar city. Whether you are walking or in a car, try to shoot more, especially with a digital camera. Ideally. we should shoot with a camera with GPS enabled so the coordinates are recorded together in the exif data.

Nasi Padang in Jakarta

Create: 04/22/2017 - 15:52
Nasi Padang in Jakarta

Nasi Padang in Jakarta was scary. Wanted to buy my local driver dinner since it was my last day. It was just me and him (seen here in blue) and the restaurant brought out enough dishes to feed a village. Was relieved they only charge for plates that were partially consumed or touched.

Nasi Padang gets its name from the West Sumatran town of Padang, famous for the culinary rice dish or buffet. Turned out to be an awesome experience.

The Ignorant Sakai

Create: 04/20/2017 - 23:52
Jakarta Street Image

Sakai is a local idiom to describe a person who is a country bumpkin or someone who has never seen common things. It is a somewhat derogatory term for the indigenous tribe it was named after.

Borobudur

Create: 04/08/2017 - 16:47
Borobudur

Borobudur I was about to write a feature on Borobudur in Indonesia. The 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple ruins with stupas and statues in Magelang, Central Java, is the world’s largest Buddhist temple, and also considered one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world. With the historical landmark so near, I can see from my social media timeline, many Malaysians visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site, probably as a bucket list destination.

Let's Pop!

Create: 03/12/2017 - 15:56
Pop! Hotel Bali Kuta

Let's Pop! A stay at legendary Bali is now more affordable than many may think. Like to introduce you to an affordable and stylish place with colours that pop. Haha. I got to know ethnic Indonesian Hokkien Treshia Lim (Lim E Cha) when she was working at the Swiss-Belhotel International in Bali.

Love Her Freckles

Create: 03/05/2017 - 16:57
Love Her Freckles - Lix Xia From Cirebon

On this day in 2015, I met Indonesian Chinese school teacher Lix Xia when she was wandering by herself in Chinatown KL.The then stranger and tourist told me she is from exotic Cirebon and it was my first time hearing of the ancient port city in West Java. At first, I thought she meant Seremban. Haha.

I asked to take pictures of her on the street and she asked why. I told her I like her (mild) freckles. Honesty helps:-) We spoke in a mixture of English, Hokkien (Fujian) and Mandarin.

Rendang

Create: 07/17/2015 - 02:55
Rendang Curry Chicken

Historically, the Minangkabau people of Sumatra were of a migrating (merantau) culture. Many left home to start new lives in other Indonesian cities, as well as at regional countries. Soon, Padang restaurants were everywhere.

But there was one problem when they wanted to take food along their long journeys through rivers and oceans. Refrigerators weren't available in the 16th century.

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