Selasa, 28 September 2010

Pulau Bintan,Riau, Indonesia

Maybe this is the island's most easily reached from outside Indonesia, where the diving is only one hour from the noise of Singapore. The island has white sandy beaches stretch along the 18 km with a rich marine life, and a variety of dive sites for you to enjoy.

Not far from the coastline to the north, there are a small canyon as deep as 8 meters with a flat base, ideal for your first time to learn scuba diving. Another unique place is the location of the wreck, you can explore the remains of an old tanker that sank many years ago in the depths of the sea.

Kamis, 23 September 2010

Bunaken, Sulawesi Utara

This place is famous dive sites that have an international reputation is better than the other, consisting of small islands such as Pulau Sialdoen, Ganga, Mantehage, Nine and an old mountain in the middle of the sea, Manado Tua. Snorkeling anddiving is very popular here with more than sixteen point dive spread across an area of islands. Bunaken has grooves as deep as 30 feet, housing a variety of species of fish and other marine life. Shark sightings are common, so be careful!

Senin, 20 September 2010

festival Krakatau

Krakatau Festival is an annual festival held in Lampung, was held to celebrate the volcanic island of the same name, Krakatoa. Mount Krakatau erupted in 1927, the eruption was then produce a new small islands, named Anak Krakatau.
During the festival, visitors can enjoy variety shows like Tuping Carnival (Carnival Mask Lampung), attraction of elephants and various dances from Lampund and the surrounding city. The end of this series of events was a visit to the volcanic island, was still active but was sleeping soundly. For a while!
Taking a half day or a full day excursion on holiday or between conferences is always a wonderful introduction into a new destination, whether to a City like Jakarta to see its landmarks, learn about its history and culture or enjoy its natural surroundings. A day trip around Bali is an experience not to be forgotten, where one begins to understand what makes Bali such an unforgettable destination. Or get away from your five star hotels in Bintan Resort to see the simple fishing villages and visit historic Penyengat island across Tanjung Pinang. Take a seat in a coach offered by travel agents, hire your own car or bike through the country side. There is much to see and experience in Indonesia.

Yogyakarta, Indonesia!

Jumat, 17 September 2010

ku tulis ini saat tersedih
menunggu dirimu yang tak bersalah
terpisahkan karna keadaan
selamat tinggal cinta pertama
mengisi waktu ku, memberi rasa
tak terlupakan

tak mudah ungkapkan dengan hati
saat senyum dan tangis menyatu
tapi ini terbaik untukku dan untuk dirimu
hanya waktu yang mampu mengerti
betapa berat perpisahan ini
semoga cerita cinta ini
menjadi kenangan indah nanti
pelukan ini untuk dirimu
adalah pelukan dari hatiku
terakhir kali

hanya waktu yang mampu mengerti
betapa berat perpisahan ini
semoga cerita cinta ini
menjadi kenangan indah nanti


I write this while grieving
waiting for you that were never wrong
separated by time
good bye my first love
complete my life
gives a sense that I could not forget

not easy to explain
when the smiles and tears into one
i believe this is the best for me and you
only time will understand how serious this parting
I hope this love story
be a beautiful memory someday
this hug for you
This is my hug from my deepest heart
which for the last time

Selasa, 14 September 2010

wayang (indonesian culture)

Wayang kulit, shadow puppets prevalent in Java and Bali in Indonesia, are without a doubt the best known of the Indonesian wayang. Kulit means skin, and refers to the leather construction of the puppets that are carefully chiseled with very fine tools and supported with carefully shaped buffalo horn handles and control rods.
The stories are usually drawn from the Ramayana, the Mahabharata or the Serat Menak.
There is a family of characters in Javanese wayang called Punakawan; they are sometimes referred to as "clown-servants" because they normally are associated with the story's hero, and provide humorous and philosophical interludes. Semar is the father of Gareng (oldest son), Petruk, and Bagong (youngest son). These characters did not originate in the Hindu epics, but were added later, possibly to introduce mystical aspects of Islam into the Hindu-Javanese stories. They provide something akin to a political cabaret, dealing with gossip and contemporary affairs.
The puppets figures themselves vary from place to place. In Central Java the city of Surakarta (Solo) is most famous and is the most commonly imitated style of puppets. Regional styles of shadow puppets can also be found in West Java, Banyumas, Cirebon, Semarang, and East Java. Bali produces more compact and naturalistic figures, and Lombok has figures representing real people. Often modern-world objects as bicycles, automobiles, airplanes and ships will be added for comic effect, but for the most part the traditional puppet designs have changed little in the last 300 years.

Wayang kulit as seen from the shadow side
Historically, the performance consisted of shadows cast on a cotton screen and an oil lamp. Today, the source of light used in wayang performance in Java is most often a halogen electric light. Some modern forms of wayang such as Wayang Sandosa created in the Art Academy at Surakarta (STSI) has employed spotlights, colored lights and other innovations.
The handwork involved in making a wayang kulit figure that is suitable for a performance takes several weeks, with the artists working together in groups. They start from master models (typically on paper) which are traced out onto kulit (skin or parchment), providing the figures with an outline and with indications of any holes that will need to be cut (such as for the mouth or eyes). The figures are then smoothed, usually with a glass bottle, and primed. The structure is inspected and eventually the details are worked through. A further smoothing follows before individual painting, which is undertaken by yet another craftsman. Finally, the movable parts (upper arms, lower arms with hands and the associated sticks for manipulation) mounted on the body, which has a central staff by which it is held. A crew makes up to ten figures at a time, typically completing that number over the course of a week.
The painting of less expensive puppets is handled expediently with a spray technique, using templates, and with a different person handling each color. Less expensive puppets, often sold to children during performances, are sometimes made on cardboard instead of leather.

Halal bihalal

Tanbihun.com - A famous humanist Dr Omar Khayam (late), said that the breakthrough acculturation Fitri tradition of Javanese culture and Islam. Wisdom of the scholars in Java is able to fuse the two cultures for the sake of harmony and prosperity. Lebaran tradition that eventually spread to all parts of Indonesia, and involving people from different faiths. To determine both the cultural acculturation, we first examine the global profile of Islamic culture. In Islamic countries in the Middle East and Asia (excluding Indonesia), after the Muslim Eid salat there is no tradition of shaking hands en masse to forgive each other. There is only a few people sporadically shook hands as a sign of intimacy.

According to guidance from the teachings of Islam, forgiveness is not set time after completing the Muslim fasting of Ramadan, but any time after a person was doing wrong to others, then he should immediately apologize to the person. Allah even more appreciative of someone who gives forgiveness to others (Qur'an Surah Ali Imran verse 134).

Culture sungkem
In Javanese culture, a person "sungkem" to older people is a laudable act. Sungkem degree of humility rather than symbols, but rather indicate the main behavior. Sungkem purpose, first, is as a symbol of respect, and secondly, as an apology, or "nyuwun ngapura". The term "ngapura" seems to derive from the Arabic "ghafura".

The scholars in Java seems to want to realize the true purpose of Ramadan fasting. In addition to increase faith and piety, also hoped that his sins in the past be forgiven by Allah SWT. Someone who feels sinned against God Almighty can directly ask forgiveness of Him. But, if all sins could be erased if he is still guilty to relax on the other he has not apologized to them?

Well, here's where the scholars had the idea, that on the day of Idul Fitri with that between one another to each of these errors to forgive each other, which was then carried out collectively in the form of lawful gatherings. So, called Idul Fitri day, because fasting has wide (finished), and his sins have been dissolved (removed).

From the description on the face can be understood, that follows the tradition of lawful gatherings during Idul Fitri is a blend of elements of Javanese culture and Islamic culture.

History halal bihalal
History of the origin there are several versions of lawful gatherings. According to a source close to the Palace of Surakarta, that the tradition of lawful gatherings initially pioneered by KGPAA Mangkunegara I, the famous Prince Sambernyawa. In order to save time, energy, thoughts, and cost, then after the Eid prayer meeting between the King with the leaders and soldiers simultaneously in the palace hall. All courtier and soldier with the orderly conduct sungkem to the king and the empress.

What was done by Prince Sambernyawa was later imitated by Islamic organizations, the term kosher gatherings. Then government agencies / private sector also held a lawful gatherings, which covers residents from different faiths.

Up to this point have been lawful gatherings serve as a meeting of all members of society. And with the event to forgive each other, the relationship between communities become more familiar and full of kinship.

Because kosher bihalal have a positive effect for the harmony and intimacy citizens, hence the tradition of lawful gatherings need to be preserved and developed. More on this lately in our country the social conflicts which often occur due to a conflict of interest.

Meaning of Eid
There are three notions of Idul Fitri. Among the scholars who interpret the Eid there with a return to chastity. This means that after a long train of Ramadan Muslims purify themselves physically and spiritually, and with the hope also of his sins forgiven by Allah SWT, then enter the Lebaran day, they have become sacred and unseen.

There is interpreted by returning to the Eid Fitr, or religious instincts. This is in accordance with the Qur'an Surah Al-Baqarah verse 183, that the purpose of fasting is for people who do become righteous or increased quality religiusitasnya.

Others interpret the Idul Fitri by returning to the state in which Muslims are allowed again to eat and drink during the day as usual. Among experts in Arabic, meaning it is considered the third best time.

Of the three meanings, we can conclude that in entering the Muslim Eid is expected to reach the inner and outer purity and increase the quality religiusitasnya. One characteristic of the religious man is to have concern for the fate of the miserable. In Surat Al-Ma'un paragraph 1 -3 mentioned, is a lie when someone claims of religion but does not care about the fate of orphans. The mention of orphans in this paragraph is a representation of the people are miserable.

Therefore, we could understand, that Muslims are obliged to give tithe to the poor, and giving alms at the latest before the implementation of Eid prayers. This rule is intended, so that when Muslims are capable of festive fun to celebrate Eid, lest any poor people are sad, or to cry, because nothing is eaten.

Harmonization of the religion of Islam strongly emphasize the relationship between the rich and the poor. Rich people are required to spend zakat mal (wealth), to be distributed to eight asnaf (group), among which are the poor.

From the description on the face can be concluded, that the Eid al-Fitr is the culmination of a method of mental education that lasted one month to realize the profile of a holy man physically and spiritually, have a diversity of high quality, and maintaining harmonious social relations

Halal bihalal

Tanbihun.com - A famous humanist Dr Omar Khayam (late), said that the breakthrough acculturation Fitri tradition of Javanese culture and Islam. Wisdom of the scholars in Java is able to fuse the two cultures for the sake of harmony and prosperity. Lebaran tradition that eventually spread to all parts of Indonesia, and involving people from different faiths. To determine both the cultural acculturation, we first examine the global profile of Islamic culture. In Islamic countries in the Middle East and Asia (excluding Indonesia), after the Muslim Eid salat there is no tradition of shaking hands en masse to forgive each other. There is only a few people sporadically shook hands as a sign of intimacy.

According to guidance from the teachings of Islam, forgiveness is not set time after completing the Muslim fasting of Ramadan, but any time after a person was doing wrong to others, then he should immediately apologize to the person. Allah even more appreciative of someone who gives forgiveness to others (Qur'an Surah Ali Imran verse 134).

Culture sungkem
In Javanese culture, a person "sungkem" to older people is a laudable act. Sungkem degree of humility rather than symbols, but rather indicate the main behavior. Sungkem purpose, first, is as a symbol of respect, and secondly, as an apology, or "nyuwun ngapura". The term "ngapura" seems to derive from the Arabic "ghafura".

The scholars in Java seems to want to realize the true purpose of Ramadan fasting. In addition to increase faith and piety, also hoped that his sins in the past be forgiven by Allah SWT. Someone who feels sinned against God Almighty can directly ask forgiveness of Him. But, if all sins could be erased if he is still guilty to relax on the other he has not apologized to them?

Well, here's where the scholars had the idea, that on the day of Idul Fitri with that between one another to each of these errors to forgive each other, which was then carried out collectively in the form of lawful gatherings. So, called Idul Fitri day, because fasting has wide (finished), and his sins have been dissolved (removed).

From the description on the face can be understood, that follows the tradition of lawful gatherings during Idul Fitri is a blend of elements of Javanese culture and Islamic culture.

History halal bihalal
History of the origin there are several versions of lawful gatherings. According to a source close to the Palace of Surakarta, that the tradition of lawful gatherings initially pioneered by KGPAA Mangkunegara I, the famous Prince Sambernyawa. In order to save time, energy, thoughts, and cost, then after the Eid prayer meeting between the King with the leaders and soldiers simultaneously in the palace hall. All courtier and soldier with the orderly conduct sungkem to the king and the empress.

What was done by Prince Sambernyawa was later imitated by Islamic organizations, the term kosher gatherings. Then government agencies / private sector also held a lawful gatherings, which covers residents from different faiths.

Up to this point have been lawful gatherings serve as a meeting of all members of society. And with the event to forgive each other, the relationship between communities become more familiar and full of kinship.

Because kosher bihalal have a positive effect for the harmony and intimacy citizens, hence the tradition of lawful gatherings need to be preserved and developed. More on this lately in our country the social conflicts which often occur due to a conflict of interest.

Meaning of Eid
There are three notions of Idul Fitri. Among the scholars who interpret the Eid there with a return to chastity. This means that after a long train of Ramadan Muslims purify themselves physically and spiritually, and with the hope also of his sins forgiven by Allah SWT, then enter the Lebaran day, they have become sacred and unseen.

There is interpreted by returning to the Eid Fitr, or religious instincts. This is in accordance with the Qur'an Surah Al-Baqarah verse 183, that the purpose of fasting is for people who do become righteous or increased quality religiusitasnya.

Others interpret the Idul Fitri by returning to the state in which Muslims are allowed again to eat and drink during the day as usual. Among experts in Arabic, meaning it is considered the third best time.

Of the three meanings, we can conclude that in entering the Muslim Eid is expected to reach the inner and outer purity and increase the quality religiusitasnya. One characteristic of the religious man is to have concern for the fate of the miserable. In Surat Al-Ma'un paragraph 1 -3 mentioned, is a lie when someone claims of religion but does not care about the fate of orphans. The mention of orphans in this paragraph is a representation of the people are miserable.

Therefore, we could understand, that Muslims are obliged to give tithe to the poor, and giving alms at the latest before the implementation of Eid prayers. This rule is intended, so that when Muslims are capable of festive fun to celebrate Eid, lest any poor people are sad, or to cry, because nothing is eaten.

Harmonization of the religion of Islam strongly emphasize the relationship between the rich and the poor. Rich people are required to spend zakat mal (wealth), to be distributed to eight asnaf (group), among which are the poor.

From the description on the face can be concluded, that the Eid al-Fitr is the culmination of a method of mental education that lasted one month to realize the profile of a holy man physically and spiritually, have a diversity of high quality, and maintaining harmonious social relations

Kamis, 09 September 2010

lebaran (aidil fitri)


first i want say Happy Aidil fitri for all moslem in the world!
inner and outer apologize for my parent, my best friend and to all my blog reader!
in indonesia there are unique food called "KETUPAT".

Muslims in Indonesia to make the holiday Eid al-Fitr as a primary, a moment to regroup with family!

Selasa, 07 September 2010

Gili Trawangan!

There is no place which no people never visited than Gili Trawangan, because it’s likely a journey towards heaven. The landscape of Gili Trawangan, either undersea or surface, is very beautiful.

The local inhabitants take care the originality of the island lying at west of Lombok. Therefore motorcycles are prohibited in this area. Along the sandy pathway shifted the resident area to the beach, we only see footsteps, bicycle wheel, or delman.

Restaurant, shop souvenir, diving facilities, ten of cheap relative inn are spread over alongside this pathway. Afterwards, you may try to see the natural beauty of undersea landscape, and also two smaller other islands around Gili Trawangan, that is Gili Air and Gili Meno, which blue cobble that cannot be compared to Caribean sea and only be find in these places. In these places many of turtles can swim anywhere and without fear of divers.

Senin, 06 September 2010

Batik in Hollywood!




Javanese traditional batik, especially from Yogyakarta and Surakarta, has special meanings rooted to the Javanese conceptualization of the universe. Traditional colours include indigo, dark brown, and white, which represent the three major Hindu Gods (Brahmā, Visnu, and Śiva). This is related to the fact that natural dyes are most commonly available in indigo and brown. Certain patterns can only be worn by nobility; traditionally, wider stripes or wavy lines of greater width indicated higher rank. Consequently, during Javanese ceremonies, one could determine the royal lineage of a person by the cloth he or she was wearing.

Lake Toba (indonesia)


World famous is the crater Toba Lake in the Batak highlands; approximately five hours drive from Medan. Toba Lake is the largest lake in South East Asia and also one of the most spectacular, surrounded by tall mountains and with the large island of Samosir in the middle. If we descend from the mountain we see the lake glittering in all its beauty. The Dutch writer Rudy Kousbroek even called Toba Lake, 'the most beautiful place on earth'. Most visitors stay on the peninsula of Tuk Tuk on Samosir, named after the linguist Herman Neubronner van der Tuuk. In general people stay several days on Samosir to discover the island, to visit traditional Batak villages, to swim in the lake and go to the hot springs in Pangururan.

The centerpiece of North Sumatra, Lake Toba's bracing climate and magnificent panoramas clear the mind and soothe the soul. For decades a magnet from regional and foreign visitors alike, Toba has developed into a full-featured highland resort while retaining the rustic charm and relaxed ambiance that define Toba's attraction. Formed by a stupendous prehistoric volcanic explosion, the 100 km long lake is the largest in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest and the highest in the world. The drama of that cataclysmic birth persist in 500 meter cliffs dropping into the blue-green waters, surrounded by steep, pine covered sloped, the climate is fresh and pleasant, with just enough rain to support the lush vegetation.

Toba Lake is a 100kms x 30kms volcanic lake in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Toba Lake has become one of the main tourist attractions for a long time in North Sumatra apart from Bukit Lawang and Nias, visited by both domestic and foreign tourist.

Minggu, 05 September 2010

BAtik (indonesian culture)

Esqmagazine.com - Institutions of the United Nations (UN), which oversees the field of culture, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Culture Organization), has approved the batik as an object of cultural heritage was not produced by Indonesia.

This was reported to the Coordinating Minister for Welfare, People's Bakrie to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at a meeting at the presidential palace in Bogor, West Java, Monday (7 / 9).

According to Coordinating Minister for People's Welfare, the inauguration of batik as an object of cultural heritage from UNESCO's not going to be held on a series of events on September 28, 2009 through October 2, 2009 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. "We have received notification from UNESCO that batik is recognized as a world heritage resulting from the Indonesian nation," he said.

Sabtu, 04 September 2010

street!

Streets of the plant is a perfect work of art. straight street, turned, decorated with lights and flowers!
cornering, Uphill, blind, and Sometimes misleading! Streets Can lead to trap and passed misleading!
Nowhere street parade by showing off the wealth vagrancy run from place to earn a living reality!
No money is sad, happy, laughing! all possibilities Can Happen On The Streets


jalan-jalan tanaman adalah sebuah karya seni yang sempurna. jalan lurus, berbalik, dihiasi dengan lampu dan bunga!
menyudutkan, menanjak, buta, dan kadang-kadang menyesatkan! jalan-jalan dapat menyebabkan trap dan melewati menyesatkan!
jalan tempat parade dengan memamerkan kekayaan menggelandang lari dari tempat untuk mendapatkan kenyataan yang hidup!
Tidak ada uang sedih, bahagia, tertawa! segala kemungkinan bisa terjadi di jalan-jalan

Kamis, 02 September 2010

LEBARAN (belom)

seminggu lagi udh lebaran! sedih juga krna msh blum teguran ama si boddo! mungki lebaran saat yg tepat untuk minta maaf! sebenarnya bkan kek gini yg jelek mau! kita berdua kek nggak pernah kenal! paling senyum itu pun mungkin boddo terpaksa! jelek juga udh liat blog boddo sakit ati juga sih bacanya, pengen liat klik si sini nih ayurimeidyana

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