Indonesia is the largest Muslim majority in the world, Has become a tradition if the month of Ramadan always make a distinctive food, From sweet to savory foods, from sour to spicy foods. There are some menus that became the mainstay of Ramadan. Especially sweet foods such as kolak, salak seeds, candil, manisan kolang kaling. There is also a savory and spicy food like bakwan, risol, karoket, gehu (tofu with bean sprout inside) Poured over with spicy peanut sauce, In addition to noodles and vermicelli. There are tapai, asinan bogor wich is spicy and sour and many more. These are some photos of ramadhan iftar menu :
As an expression of joy and excitement welcoming Ramadan 1438 Hijriyah, hundreds of children and parents attending a torch parade one day before Ramadhan, we walk together around the village by lighting a torch
If you’re ever in Jogja, head to ratu boko. It’s one of the most wonderful places in jogja by far! This is an archeological site as ratu boko’s palace. Ratu boko is located on a plateau, about three kilometres south of Lara Jonggrang Prambanan temple complex in Yogyakarta Indonesia. Well Indonesia is actually have so many site of temple from the ancient kingdom, and ratu boko is one of them.