Bandung: Shopping Pa More!

Our 6th Day in Indonesia was spent in Bandung, the shopping paradise of this country. The bf made a point to really include this city in our itinerary. Knowing him, stealing a branded item in its lowest cost will make him happy.

Bandung houses several shopping stores offering all forms of factory overruns. Just make sure you know how to differentiate the authentic ones from the fakes as some stores are mixing their collections.

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Temple Running in Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta is another tourist destination in Indonesia. Located in Central Java, probably the most interesting of them all as this area houses the 4 pronounced religion in the world. The grand mosque of moslems, catholic church in central Yogyakarta and the 2 architecturally different temples, the Borobudur Temple of Buddist and the Prambanan Temple of Hindus.

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Bali: Romantic and Mysterious

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Bali is an island located near East Java in Indonesia. Unlike most of the country which is predominantly Muslims (or Moslems), this province is mostly Hindus.

Bali is a famous honeymoon destination because of its pristine beaches, diverse culture, numerous high-end resorts and that undeniable BALI charm.

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Guimaras: The best Mangoes in the World

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Guimaras is a small island located 15 mins. off Iloilo City. It is formerly known as Himal-us, and was a sub-province of Iloilo until it was made an independent province in 1992. This province is famous because of their insanely sweet Mangoes.

This is not part of our itinerary but since its proximity to Iloilo, we made a point to dropped-by for a day tour.

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Iloilo: Into the Giant’s Arms

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Iloilo is probably one of those underrated provinces, it’s not even in my bucket list. I have less knowledge of the place, well except for my boss whose from here. And aside from La Paz Batchoy (i thought La Paz is in quezon btw… hahaha… moron), the area is an unknown tourist destination. Little did i know that they have this secret paradise, yeah seems like the Philippines has many hidden secrets. hahah!
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