Recently one of my friends asked me about Sumba. She had a plan of visiting The Land of Kabihu this march 2019, but she told me that she’s going to cancel the plan due to a recent news that she watch. Below is the link that made her change her mind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMVlEIGpBMI&feature=youtu.be   As you can see “Sumbawa” is miles away from “Sumba”. Also many said that, “Sumbawa” and “Sumba” both are identical with horses, but have different cultural traditions. So now you now the…Continue Reading “Where’s Sumba?”

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Like the proverbial nation of Indonesia: “every field has a type of grasshoppers and every pond has a type of fish“. Each region has its own uniqueness that is disaggregated into a community. The difference is not to dispute, but it is the culture of a nation’s wealth. Similar with Sumba, which has a wealth of natural beauty and unique culture and exotic. As one of over 300 ethnic groups cultures in Indonesia, Sumba has differences with some places in Indonesia, though having the same…Continue Reading “Native of Sumba”

Rumah Tua @cemarabeachresort Pondok Wisata Pantai Cemara  Also known as Cemara Beach Resort is located in Purukambera Beach, Mondu – Kanatang. Beyond great savanna and wide blue ocean there’s a hidden gem in the middle of Sumba. 30-45 minutes range from Waingapu. If you travel by airplane from Bali, you will be directed to Umbu Mehang Kunda , East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. This Eco Style Resort offers a lot of facilities. From Diving, Snorkeling, and visiting local village. The service is unbelievable. Not too mention…Continue Reading “Cemara Beach Resort”

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Let’s explore The Island of Kabihu! Why Sumba? Conventional guidebooks for individuals, backpackers and travellers don’t have more than a few pages for Sumba. A lot of things are similar as it once had been in Bali. But Sumba is different, the landscape is rather hilly, sometimes extremely dry and a bit brittle. For me, the people seem more tangible. Perhaps due to their predominantly Christian religion. Conventional guidebooks for individuals, backpackers and travellers don’t have more than a few pages for Sumba. Banks and…Continue Reading “Hello world!”