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Lembongan Island, New Heaven!

Hello gorgeous…

I’m back with a new story!

In the beginning of March I took 2 weeks off for a real holiday: Relaxing and trying my best not to check work-emails. I’d like to share to you, my trip to Nusa Lembongan, which was awesome! Let’s get started!

How to get there

We left to Nusa Lembongan from Sanur Beach, Bali. We took a fast boat by Scoot Fast Cruise (Click HERE to see where the place is). Lucky me, I got a contact who gave me lower price compared to Scoot’s official rate. You’ll see the contact and price info later on at the sum-up part.

In fact, there are several fast boat providers, you can check them one by one to find the best price.

For my trip, I reserved the fast boat for these routes:

  • Scoot’s office near Sanur’s entrance to Nusa Lembongan
  • Nusa Lembongan to Scoot’s office

It was a good stay!

Arrived at Nusa Lembongan, we stopped by at a small cafe by the beach to start searching for accommodation. After a quick scroll through Agoda, we decided to stay at Pondok Arsa Santhi Bungalow (Click HERE to find it).

The hotel was super! What made it special?

  • The room arrangement is in pavilion style – separated as small houses. Each room has a small terrace with 2 chairs and table.
  • It has pool, small but nice.
  • It serves breakfast: Toast, butter, strawberry jam, egg (sunny-side-up or scrambled), and coffee/tea.
  • It provides 2 bottles of mineral water, instant coffee, tea bags, sugar, creamer, and water heater – you can ask for refill when you need more.
  • The room is spacy, with double bed, desk lamps, tables, sufficient electricity sockets, and TV.
  • The bathroom is semi-outdoor, with seating toilet, washbin, hot water shower, cabinet, towels, and toiletries (soap, shampoo, tooth brush, comb, and sanitary pad).
  • The caretaker was friendly and helpful!

The location is pretty strategic as well, we found good spots to visit:

  • Express (1-day) laundry service.
  • Lemon Grass, a restaurant with decent food, booze, coffee, plus live music on the weekend.
  • Mickey, a sport bar with decent food, booze, and daily live music.
  • Bakery (didn’t really try it on).

Anyway, the whole experience in this hotel was good! Except for…

  • So-so Wi-Fi connection
  • Salty water (tasted bad when you brush your teeth!)

We were going places…

For 3 days/nights, we basically went around randomly. To the beach, to the bars, circling the island, passing the Yellow Bridge to Nusa Ceningan. There were not much to do, which made it perfect for procrastinating from the adult world back in Yogyakarta. šŸ™‚

The beach was nice! White sands… Blue sea… Restaurants and cafe by the beach… Lovely spots to be at!

How much it would cost?

  • Fast boat per pax 2-ways: IDR 350K
  • Meals per pax: IDR 50K – …
  • Booze per glass: IDR 75K – …
  • Beer per bottle: IDR 35K – …
  • Accommodation per night: USD 21
  • Motorbike rent per 24h: IDR 70K

Other important info

  • Fast boat contact: Edward +62 8133 765 6505.
  • There are ATMs at the island: BRI, BNI, and others.
  • There might be cheaper meals, all you need to do is find local dining place.
  • Some shops are not opened until afternoon.
  • Some places offer surfing course.

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Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 4

Hello gorgeous,

The summer vacation is almost over! Yes, it’s the 4th day already – as shown on my flight ticket: Flight Denpasar-Yogyakarta on 30 April 2017. šŸ˜¦

To refresh your memory, you can check on my previous journey here:

Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 1

Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 2

Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 3

Let’s proceed!

UD Erlangga 2

During the first 3 days, I didn’t manage to buy some souvenirs for my friends back home. I had a pretty long list of merchandises to buy, so IĀ stopped by at UD Erlangga, at Jalan Nusa Kambangan, Dauh Puri, Denpasar Barat, Denpasar, Bali (HERE).

UD Erlangga is a one-stop shop, where you can buy all kind of souvenirs/gifts for people back home: Signature snacks, clothes, scarfs, small display stuffs, etc.

I bought 2 tops for me, 2 beach sarongs, 3 T-shirts, 2 pajama dresses, 2 ashtrays, 1 box of Pia Crispy, 7 boxes of Kacang Disco, 2 boxes of Pie Susu, 2 boxes of Brem, 1 pack of Sarmiler Mentah, 5 packs of wooden key chains. For all of those, I paid IDR 558,000.

Departure Rituals

Thankfully, I packed my bags before leaving for Erlangga. By the time we finished the souvenir hunting, we were ready to take off.

But first, we had to go through a long process…

  1. Filled in the tank of the motorbike! We borrowed Indra’s friend’s motorbike, so we couldn’t be an ass by emptying the whole tank when giving the motorbike back.
  2. Went to Indra’s friend’s boarding house at Jalan Tukad Pancoran Ā to deliver the motorbike.
  3. Waited for Andre (Yuda’s friend) to pick us up.
  4. Drank coffee and ignited some cigarettes. šŸ™‚
  5. Went to the airport: Yuda with Andre, me with Indra.
  6. Waved goodbye!

We entered the check-in area at 2:00 pm, checked ourselves and our luggage (1 travelling bag and 1 carton box) in, to finally enter the boarding lounge at 2:15 pm. For your information, our flight back was at 2:35 pm. So close to get kicked out off the flight! Kekeke…

It was a good thing that theĀ gate was not opened yet. I even had time to buy an Iced Cappuccino at My Kopi-O! It was pretty expensive (around IDR 60,000), but well…

Arrived back home

Yogyakarta greeted us with pouring rain. We decided to stop at Es Teler 88 to eat breakfast/lunch/supper. The restaurant itself is located in the arrival/pick-up area of Adisutjipto International Airport.

We ordered Mie Bakso for IDR 49,500, Soto Ayam for IDR 49,500, Rice for IDR 5,500, Iced Tea for IDR 22,000, and Mineral Water for IDR 10,000. The taste was… below average. The portion was so-so. The service was horrible (grumpy face, lazy attitude…). For sure, it wasn’t worthy at all. I’d rather go to theĀ Departure area, where I could find more decent options.

When the rain was about to stop, we made our way to the motorbike parking. I had to pay IDR 32,000 for 4 days/3 nights parking.

Finally, time to go home on my ride to Jalan Parangtritis! See you on the next holiday!!!


  • Gifts at UD Erlangga: IDR 447,000
  • Personal purchase at UD Erlangga: IDR 111,000
  • Motorbike parking at UD Erlangga: IDR 1,000
  • Gasoline: IDR 25,000
  • Highway entrance fare: IDR 4,500
  • Drink at My Kopi-O!: IDR 60,000
  • Meals at Es Teler 88: IDR 77,000
  • Motorbike parking at Adisutjipto Airport (4 days/3 nights): IDR 32,000
  • Cigarette: IDR 18,250

TOTAL DAY 4: IDR 775,750

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Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 3

Hello gorgeous!

I’m back with the Bali Summer Vacation story! Day 1 was over, Day 2 was done, and now it’s time for Day 3: Saturday, 29 April 2017. Enjoy!

HurleyĀ Outlet Store

My brothers and I started the day very late once again – we left the boarding house around 3 pm. Kekeke…

The plan was to go to breakfast – Hurley Store – WBF BaliĀ – Krisna Bali – Seminyak – Legian. And in the end… we skipped breakfast/lunch and went straight to Hurley Outlet Store at Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 11B, Kuta, Badung, Bali (HERE).

The 3 of us looked around and buy 1 stuff for each of us: Web Belt (Color: blue) IDR 75,000 for me (a gift for someone), Honor Roll Web Belt (Double sided: Army pattern and black) IDR 105,000 for Indra (My little brother – the 4th kid), and Basic Jumper IDR 450,000 for Yuda (My little brother – the 3rd kid). FYI, this shop takes card payment.

It took us around 1 hour to look around and finally decided what to buy. Next… left our motorbikes at Hurley’s parking lot and walk to the north (turning left after going out from Hurley), to the next destination: WBF!

World Brand Factory (WBF)

WBF is some kind of shopping center for branded sport (and some non-sports) apparels, such as Billabong, Quiksilver, Nike, Globe, Roxy, Ocean Earth, Converse, Juicematic, Volcom and more. This 3 stories shop isĀ locatedĀ Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 11H, Kuta, Badung, Bali (HERE).

This place was like heaven and hell to me. Heaven of stuffs, because wherever you walked in, you could feel the clothes and shoes and bags greet you warmly. Hell for your wallet, because it was really hard to resist the urge to try on everything and at least buy 1 thing!

Me myself was almost dragged to buy 4 pairs of shoes, 2 bags, and 1 shirt. But fortunately, I kept myself sane and ended up buying 1 pair of Airwalk Celsea Red shoes for IDR 184,240. It was like 25% off from the normal price.Ā Cheap!

I spent 1 hour at WBF and it was absolutely not enough. You’d probably need 2 hours or more to look around isle by isle, floor by floor, to think what you should buy thoroughly. Before I regretted my decision to kill my shopping desire back then, let’s move on! (Baaaagsss! Shoeeeees!!)


Seminyak Beach

We finally went directly to Seminyak because we wanted to catch the sunset moment. Seminyak is very popular for watching the sunset, especially with the long lines of restaurants and cafes along the beach which provide meals, booze, and music. Get your ass toĀ Jalan Dhyana Pura No.99, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali (HERE) to see the beach!


The Champlung Restaurant

We chose The Champlung Restaurant as our chillin’ spot (HERE). We ordered Pizza BBQ Chicken for IDR 105,000 (we were starving!). For drink, I took 1 mineral water for IDR 25,000, 1 Black Russian cocktail for IDR 95,000, and 1 Caipirosca cocktail for IDR 85,000. My brothers had 2 small bottles of Bintang Beer each.


Two friends of ours joined us when the sky was dark already. They ordered another pizza – it was Capriciosa pizza – for IDR 110,000 and 2 glasses of Tequila Sunrise cocktail for IDR 85,000 each. With the beanbags as our seats, we really had no urge to move out. So comfy!

We enjoyed our drinks, our conversations, and the live music for several hours. Indra even got to record a time-lapse video of the sunset. And I used a few minutes to get close to the sea, recording myself walking towards the water line. Plus… I managed to sing 2 songs with the home band of The Champlung! Bine!



Moving on! We went to Legian area, where all the pubs gathered! Before choosing a place to crash on, we parked at Jalan Legian Gang Troppozone, next toĀ Bali Bombing Memorial. And then, we walked through Poppies LaneĀ – passing the base camp of Superman is Dead (An Indonesian punk rock band), drawing some cash from the ATM center, and going back to the main street.


Paddy’s Pub

We set our foot on the pathway and chose random place. We dropped our choice to Paddy’s Pub atĀ Jalan Legian No. 166, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 (HERE). The pub is so-so, not a fancy one, but decent. They had this promo of Buy 1 Get 1 Free. We ordered Mojito for me (IDR 95,000) and Blaster for my brothers (IDR 105,000).

The signature show of Paddy’s Pub is Michael Jackson cover dance show. A guy, dressed as MJ, performed twice on stage, imitating the King of Pop’s moves. Beat it, dude!

Lalapan Sambal Khas Bandung

After Legian, we stopped by at a street food stalls, Lalapan Sambal Khas Bandung. Getting our tummy full, the 5 of us finished 5 portion of rice, 5 portion of fried chicken breast, 1 portion of fried eggplants, 1 portion of cabbage saute, 2 bottles of mineral water, and 3 glasses of iced tea for IDR 105,000.

Aaand… it’s time to call it a day! But before leaving thisĀ post, check out the expenses during Day 3!


  • Hurley’s Belt: IDR 75,000
  • Motorbike parking at Hurley Outlet Store: IDR 2,000
  • Airwalk Celsea Red: IDR 184,240
  • Motorbike parking at Seminyak: IDR 2,000
  • The Champlung: IDR 240,000
  • Motorbike parking at Legian: IDR 2,000
  • Paddy’s Pub: IDRĀ 95,000
  • Lalapan Sambal Khas Bandung: IDRĀ 21,000
  • Cigarettes (2 packs): IDR 36,500

TOTAL DAY 3: IDRĀ 657,740


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Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 2

Hello gorgeous!

After the “Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 1” story, I’m back with the 2nd day’s stories of Bali Summer V. Moving right up!

Don’t Do This At Home Vacation…

The not-so-pleasant thing about travelling with your 2 brothers with the Y.O.L.O. kind of life was that… waking up late everyday! Well, it was a holiday –Ā waking up at 12 pm was somehow…normal.

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But! I suggest you NOT to do the same. We lost hours of adventures due to this pro-procrastination. Now, shall we start the day?

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Babi Guling Candra

For breakfast, we chose a pork specialist restaurant, located inĀ Jalan Teuku Umar, Dauh Puri Kauh, Denpasar Barat, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80113 (HERE).

My 2 brothers ordered Babi Guling (Suckling Pig) – which cost IDR 45,000 per portion – and I ordered Ayam Betutu (Betutu Chicken) – which cost IDR 50,000. For drinks, 2 bottled tea (IDR 7,000 each) and 1 Coca Cola (IDR 10,000).

The chicken was so-so, but my brothers said that the pork was awesome! Totally recommended!!!

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The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Ubud

Time to visit the star of Darwin’s Theory: Monkeys!

The 3 of us headed to Ubud to visit the Monkey Forest (HERE), and of course, to take pictures and capture videos of the monkeys. We didn’t expect to interact with the monkey, since they could be pretty naughty and aggressive sometimes.

Several things to keep in mind while visiting The Sacred Monkey Sanctuary:

  • Keep your small belongings inside your bag: Hairpin, eyeglasses, sunglasses, purse, key chain, badge… You don’t want them to snatch your stuffs.
  • The site is a non-smoking area.
  • Do not open your bag when the monkeys are nearby. They’ll put an eye on you, waiting for the right time to jump at you and make their way to your opened bag.
  • Don’t look the monkeys in the eye.
  • Don’t disturb the baby monkeys – their mothers are over-protective.

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What can you find here? Monkeys, scenery, the beauty of the trees, theĀ Balinese buildings/constructions. Such a beauty!

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Anomali Coffee

Anomali Coffee is a coffee shop and roaster, which produced premium roasted coffee beans.Ā The cafe has Indonesian origin coffees and mixes (cappuccino, moccachino, etc.) for on-the-spot serving and for take-away. You can also buy roasted coffee beans here – but no green beans.

Other good things are… they have smoking area and free wi-fi (well, not that free because you have to at least buy a cup of something).Ā Not only beverages, Anomali offers pastries and finger foods. Worth a try!

This time, I bought Iced Cappuccino for IDR 39,000, Hot Sumatra Mandailing Coffee (Serving style: Tubruk) for IDR 27,000, and Hot Aceh Gayo Coffee (Serving style: French Press) for IDR 27,000. For take-away coffee beans, I bought 5 packs of 100 grams coffee beans: Sumatra Mandailing, Aceh Gayo, Bali Kintamani, Papua Wamena, and Toraja. Plus… a pack of 200 grams Black Pearl coffee beans (signature mix of Anomali).

We stayed for around 2.5 hours before finally heading back home – to the city! It was raining for 15 minutes on our way home. So…Ā prepare your raincoat when travelling between October – April.

There are 2Ā outlets of Anomali Coffee in Bali. Check them out!

  • Jalan Raya Ubud No. 88, Petulu, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571 (HERE)
  • Bali White House, Jalan Dewi Sri No. 23, Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 (HERE)

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Kedai Ceret

For dinner, we decided to go to a place we all have never been before: Kedai Ceret atĀ Jalan Tukad Yeh Aya No. 119, Renon, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80234 (HERE).

It was a hangout place, with angkringan style (Yogyakarta’s signature food stalls). They serves foods (with rice), snacks (sausages, skewers…), and beverages (including the traditional beverages).

See what we ordered: 1 jumbo sausage, 2 sate, 4 sego angkringan, 2 nasi bakar, 1 wedang jahe susu, 1 gorengan, 1 degan gula jawa, and 1 wedang jahe tape. We stayed from 10 pm until 12 am (or more). After that, went back home and stayed up a bit before turning off the light and passed out.

See you on theĀ 3rd day’s story!


  • Bottled coffee: IDR 6,000
  • Meals at Babi Guling Candra: IDRĀ 60,000
  • Parking at Babi Guling Candra: IDR 2,000
  • Entrance at Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (3 tickets): IDRĀ 50,000
  • Parking atĀ Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary: Free
  • Coffee at Anomali Coffee: IDRĀ 39,000
  • Coffee bean from Anomali Coffee (700 grams): IDR 345,000
  • Meals at Kedai Ceret: IDRĀ 29,000
  • Parking at Kedai Ceret: Free
  • Coffeemix (6 sachets): IDR 9,000
  • Cigarette: IDR 18,250

TOTAL DAY 2: IDR 558,250

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Bali Summer Vacation 2017: Day 1

Hello gorgeous…

Today I’ll start sharing my summer vacation stories for 4 days in Bali, the Island of Gods, in Indonesia – not only the destinations, but also the expenses and all the possible details you’ll need. I went with my brother, Yuda, who also lives in Yogyakarta.

Let’s proceed from Day 1!



I left from Yogyakarta on 27 April 2017, flying to Denpasar with AirAsia. I spent IDR 968,500 for the two-ways ticket – booked on 31 October 2016. A good decision, since the last time I checked, the price was going up by around IDR 300K.

Expectation. I got the early flight, at 8:15 am, boarding time at 7:15 am. I should depart from home at 6:00 am, which means waking up and taking a shower at 5:00 am.

Reality. I woke up around 5:30 am, dragged myself to shower – and skipped shampoo session for sure. I managed to depart at 6:05 am and arrived around 6:35 am, rushing with my scooter to Adisutjipto Airport Terminal B. Next thing…

  1. Dropped the scooter at stay-over parking lot (the north of the train railway).
  2. Checked in the luggage at the AirAsia counter (only 2 counters were available at that time, with long lines already).
  3. Went out to buy coffee at Circle K.
  4. Smoked 2 cigarettes and sipped my coffee.
  5. Went to the Boarding Lounge. Stopped by at Chocolate Monggo counter right after the security check, as a gift for my brother who lived in Bali.
  6. Wait for the Boarding time, which was longer than expected… The flight got delayed to 8:30 am, and then delayed again to 8:45 am.
  7. Entered the plane at 8:30 am and flew at 9:15 am.



I arrived on the same day, 27 April 2017, at 11:35 am Bali time (It was 10:35 am Yogyakarta time), at Ngurah Rai Airport. A shuttle took us from the plane’s parking space to the arrival area. After taking some pictures, off we went to claim the luggage!

Yuda’s friend, Andre, picked us up at the airport, with her girlfriend, Ayu. While waiting for them, I went to Starbucks to grab 2 glasses of coffee for refreshment (IDR 105,000). We smoked 1 cigarette and drank our coffee before finally walked a long long way to the motorbike parking lot.


We stopped by at Warung Krishna for brunch. We had Balinese dishes: rice, some vegetables, sate lilit, and chicken. The beverage options were either tea or orange, hot or iced.

Find this address to experience the same!Ā Jalan Kutat Lestari No. 4, Sanur, Sanur Kauh, Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228 (HERE).

Puja Mandala

We spent our afternoon riding to Jalan Nusa Dua, Kuta Selatan, Benoa, Kuta Selatan, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 (HERE). In 20 minutes or so, we made the 1st stop to Puja Mandala, a complex of praying sites for 5 official religions in Indonesia: Islam, Catholic, Buddha, Christian, and Hindi.Ā Let’s go through the sites!

Mosque: Masjid Agung Ibnu Batutah

Catholic Church: Gereja Katolik Maria Bunda Segala Bangsa

Vihara Buddha Guna

Christian Church: GKBP Jemaat “Bukit Doa” Nusa Dua

Pura Jagat Natha Nusa Dua

After taking some photos, we went to Alfamart across the street to buy snacks and bottled drinks with IDR 58,000. Yeay!

Melasti Beach

Around 40 minutes after, we arrived at Melasti Beach, Ungasan, Badung (HERE). It’s gorgeous! There were some rock hills, which made it a cliff facing the ocean. We went up to one of the rock and took more photos!

When it started getting dark, we moved to the bottom part, to the beach itself. We were not alone. There was a Bakso (meatball) seller on the beach – and yes, we ordered 1 portion for each. At 7:30 pm, we rode back to the city.

Pasar Tradisional Sindhu

Shindu Traditional Market is a night market where you can find a bunch of food stalls. Nice! Satay/Skewers stall, Meatball, Noodles, Fried Chicken, Indonesian Buffet Meals, Fresh Juices, Balinese Dishes… Not only local visitors, you could also find some foreign tourists around! Well, in the morning it’s actually selling normal market stuffs.

Find your way to the market by following this address:Ā Jalan Pasar Sindu No. 5, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80288 (HERE).

I ordered Sate Ayam (Chicken Skewer) and bottled tea. The owner of the skewer stall was from East Java! I was pretty amazed when the owner started speaking in Madura language.

Family Reunion

After dinner, we went to meet our little brother, Indra. He works in Bali for 3 years already. It was good to finally spend time together again! We shared stories, about our trip on the 1st day and about Indra’s vacation to Nepal a month ago.

We stayed over at Indra’s boarding house, called it a day and got some rest for the next day of fun!

Expenses (1 pax)

  • Flight ticket (2-ways): IDR 968,500
  • Gasoline Home-Adisutjipto Airport: IDR 10,000
  • Coffee at Adisutjipto Airport: IDR 10,500
  • Monggo Chocolate: IDR 92,000
  • Starbucks at Ngurah Rai Airport: IDR 55,000
  • Motorbike parking at Ngurah Rai Airport (Est.): IDR 3,000
  • Highway fare (3 times): IDR 13,500
  • Meals at Warung Krishna (Est.): IDR 20,000
  • Entrance at Puja Mandala: Free
  • Snacks: IDR 15,000
  • Entrance at Melasti Beach: Free
  • Meatballs at Melasti Beach (Est.): IDR 15,000
  • Gasoline Sanur-Melasti Beach-Sanur: IDR 20,000
  • Meals at Pasar Tradisional Shindu (Est.): IDR 20,000
  • Motorbike parking at Pasar Tradisional Shindu: IDR 2,000
  • Cigarette: IDR 18,250

TOTAL DAY 1: IDR 1,262,750

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Bumi Langit | Warung Bumi

Hello gorgeous!


It’s been a long long time after my latest post – I really missed writing!

Well, now I’m back with a story about Bumi Langit, a restaurant in the southern part of Yogyakarta.



Jl. Imogiri Mangunan Km. 3, Desa Giriloyo, Wukirsari, Imogiri, Bantul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55782.

Google Maps

Business hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Best vehicle option: Motorbike

The place is nice! You can see the greens down the hill (or cliff?). It’s pretty secluded from the outside world, so it will be a good place to escape from the crowds, the city rush, and all the problems in life.


Capacity: 40-50 person




I didn’t manage to take pictures of the menu. They serveĀ Indonesian food (snacks and meals) and beverages, such as fried rice, fried chicken, fish, tea, coffee (including the origins), and more. Other than those written in the menu, they also have the specialties of the day.

//Edited – Adding the price//

Today I ordered these dishes:

  • Ayam Penyet Kecombrang (Chicken with Honje Seasoning) | IDR 75,000
  • Ayam Goreng Bahagia (Happy Fried Chicken) | IDR 60,000
  • Sambal Sere (Lemongrass Chili Mix) | IDR 5,000
  • Nasi Pecah Kulit (Extra Rice) | IDR 10,000
  • Teh Poci (Tea in Pot) | IDR 20,000
  • Coffee Latte | IDR 30,000
  • Take away: Toast with Peanut Jam | IDR 20,000
  • Take away: Toast with Mango Jam | IDR 20,000

In total, for all of those, I paid IDR 240,000.


The price is a bit high but the size of each portion is huge – for my size! Except for the rice… For the taste… the ones I had were good!

FYI, Bumi Langit produces their own jams (from their own fruit garden!) and bread (whole grain and other healthy-type bread) – for sale!



4 out of 5



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Bakso Malang Cak Karno

Hello gorgeous!

Sudah lama saya mencari tempat makan bakso di Yogyakarta yang cocok dengan lidah saya. Cukup sulit, karena penyajian bakso di Yogyakarta berbeda dengan yang biasa disajikan di Jember, kota asal saya.

Di Jember, biasanya 1 mangkok bakso berisi pentol (yang disini disebut “bakso”), tahu bakso, tahu kering, pangsit, bakso goreng, dan mihun. Di Yogyakarta, 1 mangkok bakso komplit berisi pentol, tahu pong (tahu goreng), bakso goreng, pangsit, mie kuning, mihun, dan sawi. Cita rasanya pun berbeda…

Kemungkinannya kecil sekali untuk menemukan bakso Jember di Yogyakarta, sehingga pencarian saya alihkan ke bakso Malang – yang cukup punya nama di dunia kuliner Indonesia dan rasanya masuk di lidah saya.

Suatu hari saya menemukan Bakso Malang Cak Karno saat iseng mencari restoran bakso via Google Maps. Daaan… saya suka! Lanjut baca artikel ini untuk info selengkapnya…

Jl. MT. Haryono No.68, Suryodiningratan, Mantrijeron, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
(Antara Perempatan Plengkung Gading dan Pojok Beteng Barat)
Google Maps

Kapasitas: 40 orang


Bakso Komplit Rp 13.000 (harga Juli 2016)
– 2 pentol
– 1 pangsit goreng
– mie kuning
– mihun

Bakso Kuah Rp 13.000 (harga Juli 2016)
– Pentol
– Pangsit goreng
*Jumlahnya saya kurang tahu karena selalu pesan Bakso Komplit

Es Teh Rp 2.500
Teh Panas
Es Jeruk
Jeruk Panas

Soal rasa… lebih baik coba sendiri. šŸ™‚


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