“Pindang tetel is made of ‘pindang’ fish, right?” Indeed, this question often arises when we mention ‘pindang tetel’. In Indonesia, ‘pindang’ is commonly used to refer to a cooking method where fish is salted and seasoned, then smoked or boiled until dry for preservation. However, the answer to the question above is: no. Although the…
Freshness. That’s the gift offered by Kembang Langit Park. The cool air greeted us as we entered the village area where this park is located. The pine trees are shading us, like a giant umbrella that protects us from the sun. A sense of comfort surrounds us slowly. Kembang Langit Park, which is located in…
As a coastal city, Pekalongan has several beaches that are suitable to be visited during sunset. Pasir Kencana Beach, which is only 4 km from downtown Pekalongan, could be an option. From the entrance gate, visitors will be welcomed by a fish statue–an icon of Pasir Kencana Beach–surrounded by a stretch of pine trees. Usually,…
Located on the north coast of Java Sea, Pekalongan is prone to hot weather, especially when the sun shines brightly and dry season hits. During those times, nothing is more fitting than seeking shelter and enjoying the variety of sweet, cold, and fresh ice desserts of Pekalongan. Which one would you like to try? Pink…
The sun almost sets above the North Coast of Pekalongan. A row of mangroves on the right and left of the Pekalongan Mangrove Park Tourism Area lined up neatly, keeping the coastline save from abrasion. Pekalongan Mangrove Park Tourism is a 90-hectare area that takes up a former shrimp farms belonging to the local Agriculture,…
“Let’s have some coffee.” Today, the phrase refers not only to the experience of drinking coffee, but also applies to the act of meeting friends, catching up while snacking, working outside the office, or even just relaxing and enjoying the surrounding atmosphere. For coffee (and coffee shop) lovers, here are some coffee spots in Pekalongan…