The island of Java has always been associated with spectacular scenery, grand volcanoes, ancient temples and amazing culinary traditions. Ethnic cuisine is very distinctive and unique; it is widespread throughout the world and attracts thousands of gourmets to this picturesque island. Those accustomed to the classical European cuisine won’t take local food as overly exotic and original. Culinary traditions of the island are close to European ones, that’s not to be said about some other regions of Indonesia.
The picturesque island of Java has more than 1500 accommodation places. Fans of upscale vacations are sure to be impressed with a decent selection of luxury hotels. Some of the most famous … Open
The island of Java is more than a thousand kilometers long; it is the most populous island in the Indonesian archipelago and a famous tourist destination. Almost a third of its territory is … Open
However, don’t assume that all national dishes are very simple and uninteresting. Fans of exotic delicacies have to visit the village of Tuban located in the eastern part of the island. It is where you can try one of the most exotic Indonesian delicacies, soil pies, cooked following old recipes. Locals use soil from rice fields for this particular dish; natives claim that the dish is very healthy and nutritious.
Java strikes with an abundance of contrasts that can be traced in everything. Here there is a large modern city striking with scenic skyscrapers and small villages, where the atmosphere has … Open