Trip ini akan membawamu menikmati pesona sunrise dari Bukit Sikunir, salah satu sunrise terindah di Indonesia. Kemudian kamu juga akan diajak keliling Dataran Tinggi Dieng dengan situs Candi tertua di Pulau Jawa, dan keindahan alam berupa tegada dan kawah.
Trip ini berangkat dari Surabaya, sangat cocok apabila kalian berasal dari Gersik, Sidoarjo, dan Mojokerto.
Hari 1: SURABAYA-DIENG (Snack Awal Perjalanan, Makan Malam Box)
16.00 : Berkumpul di Meeting Point Taman Bungkul Surabaya
17.00 : Berangkat menuju ke Wonosobo via Toll SOKER. Makan Malam box
Hari 2: SUNRISE SIKUNIR- DIENG TOUR- SURABAYA (Makan Pagi Prasmanan, Makan Siang)
03.00 : Berjalan sekitar 30 menit ke View Point Sikunir
06.00 : Mengunjungi Batu Ratapan Angin untuk melihat Telaga Warna dan Telaga Pengilon dari atas bukit dan kemudian masuk kawasan Telaga dengan goa goa, situs bersejarah dan hutannya.
08.00 : Mengunjungi Kawasan Kawah Sikidang dan Komplek Candi Arjuna dan Mata Air Bimolukar yang dipercaya sebagai mata air pertama Sungai Serayu.
11.00 : Makan Siang dan Berbelanja Oleh Oleh Khas Wonosobo
13.00 : Kembali ke Surabaya
22.00 : Perkiraan tiba kembali di Surabaya
I have known Maslihar for years, and sometimes visit his home , located about some fifteen minutes drive from the city of Yogyakarta. He has dedicated his life to the art world and creates beautiful pieces. Few days ago I visited him again.
He chose to study art at SMSR after junior high school. Initially it was because he did not want to be an engineer. Yet after graduating from SMSR, he decided to be professional artist. He then continued his study at Indonesian Institute of Art (ISI) in Yogyakarta.
He describes his art consists of decorative and abstract figurative. He engraves his piece of work with some vibrant and bright colors to create more lively pieces that will give positive feelings to him and people who see them. He believes that his artworks are prayers, that these could make good things happened. He added that at least an art is entertaining. He defines art as sharing happiness and art delivers message from the artist to the world.
Maslihar uses various material for his works, such as pencils and thick paint. His current works are more into pop art that also can be enjoyed for young people. He is still very active making more entertaining and happy pieces and share them to the world through exhibitions up today.
His home and studio are located some minutes apart. If you are art lovers or collectors interested to join Yogyakarta Fine Art Tour and visit Maslihat aka Panjul, feel free to contact us.
Yogyakarta known as the city of education and city of culture. And it is also the barometer of Indonesia art and as well Asia leading art center. Yogyakarta has some well-known art festivals that makes it the destination to art lovers, collectors and gallerist from around the world. Music, drama, fine art and other forms of arts are developing and evolving in this city. There are some great artists from Yogyakarta that are already well noted in the artworld such as Affandi, Bagong Kusudiarjo, and WS Rendra.
The atmosphere of art in Yogyakarta has very deep root that drives the handicrafts industry. Its handicraft products have been marketed to other regions in Indonesia or for foreign market.
ARTJOG is the biggest art event in Indonesia. Artlovers, artists, gallerists, curators, collectors and art critics flock too Yogyakarta for this event. It is held usually around July-August when galleries and art centers have art-related activities such as exhibition, dance performance, music performance, film screening, workshop and discuss
Art lovers, artists and collectors are beginning to flock to Yogyakarta for Jogja Art Weeks. The annual event held every May and June sees local galleries and art centers simultaneously holding art-related activities such as exhibitions, art performances, music performances, film screenings, discussions and art workshops.
I personally interested in nature and culture that when visit a new place i will see the unique nature and maybe meet the locals. And this is what i did while i was visiting Bima:
MUSEUM ASI MBOJO This museum was once sultan palace and since 1989 functioned as museum. In the museum we can see various artifacts and informations of Mbojo. There is a room which was once used as the chamber of President Soekarno when He visited Bima.
OLD WOODEN MOSQUE There some old mosques in Bima and one of the oldest is Kalodu Mosque. It has been renovated in the 2000s and the view from this mosque area is magnificent.
WEAVING VILLAGE In this village we can see women working on the loom making Bima traditional textile. The pattern of the woven is geometric triangle, square and the base textile color is black. You can also purchase the woven to bring back home.
ROYAL CEMETERY The view from this cemetery is beautiful, as it is located about 60 meters above the sea level, on a hill called Danataraha. There are 15 old tombs in the area. And one of them is the tomb of Sultan of Bima died in the 1640.
UMA LENNGE , Traditional Village This village is located a little bit far from Bima city about 30 minutes drive. the village still preserves traditional architecture of the barn house. The house was designed that the mouse can not climb the wooden pillar.
BIMA SEAFOOD AND CULINARY This place opens morning to 10 PM. We can enjoy local menus, and especially seafood. The place is located nearby the sea that we can enjoy conversation with friends and also feel the sea breeze.