Balinese food gets me excited every time we come back to Indonesia’s most popular holiday spot. I get excited about unpretentious flavours and time-tested spices that result in mouth-watering food that I just can’t get enough of. Next time you visit Bali
Baduy people live without electricity there. You can see traditional Baduy homes, Baduy women weaving cloth, and Baduy people’s activities that will surprise you because there are so many things they can do without any electricity.
A member of the traditional Baduy (or Badui) looks on in their village in the hilly forest area of the Kendeng mountains on Feb. 7, in Banten, Indonesia. The traditional community consists of around 5000-8000 people spread acorss a hilly area of just 50 square kilometres.The religion of the Baduy people, known as Agama Sunda Wiwitan, combines elements of Hinduism, Buddhism and traditional beliefs, including various taboos such as not eating food at night, touching money.
Keraton Traditional Dancer Javanese traditional dance perform by Keraton's dancer. with her beautiful dress and her soft motions, the dancer transfered her sweetness to the audience minds We can see it every sunday at 11 at Keraton, Jogjakarta, Indonesia.
You’ll be able to explore the lush forest and natural sceneries (for Baduy people never disrupt the nature). You’re welcome to take pictures as long as you haven’t entered Baduy Dalam (Inner Baduy) area. People in Baduy Luar (Outer Baduy) are more tolerant with signs of technology.