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Kampung Daun Culture Gallery & Cafe is designed as a village with trees, small hills and do not miss the sound of gurgling water in the cool air of Lembang. At night, along small streams visible lit by torches, amazing because most of the landscape here as the flow of the river and the trees are natural....more

Bandung, Indonesia

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Definitelt a place to go! The rice is flavourful, strong taste of herbs and really complements the sambal and tempe.

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Kampung Daun Culture Gallery & Cafe is designed as a village with trees, small hills and do not miss the sound of gurgling water in the cool air of Lembang. At night, along small streams visible lit by torches, amazing because most of the landscape here as the flow of the river and the trees are natural.

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Muslim owned restaurant

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11 AM to 11 PM

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Jl. Sersan Bajuri KM 4,7 No. 88 RR1 (Cihideung), Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154, Indonesia

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022-2787915, 2784572, 2784573

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  • What Celebrating Eid Remotely Would Look Like

    Muslims all over will celebrate the blessed month of Ramadan under lockdown and tight limitations due to the coronavirus pandemic that has weakened all continents. Be that as it may, with strict curfews imposed throughout and physical social distancing orders authorized to confine the spread of the exceptionally infectious COVID-19 virus, a large number of Ramadan's customs and conventions will be abridged for the current year. Gathering to pray in mosques are prohibited in a few nations, and numerous mosques have been closed down until the virus is eliminated. Mosques around the globe will stream sermons, Quranic recitation, and prayers via the web and video conferencing mechanisms. Muslims will likewise have the option to participate in religious sermons through video-conferencing modes like Zoom, Facebook, WhatsApp video call, and YouTube. The Eid al-Fitr celebration denotes the end of Ramadan and is commended as an official holiday in many countries. This year, the world will see an Eid like never before – with few traditions that can only be carried out at home. So we feel that this is how celebrating Ramadan remotely would look like! via GIPHY   1. Eid – A Homely Affair Image Credit: Douglas Sheppard on Unsplash Due to lockdown instructions set up and enormous get-togethers prohibited, the current year's merriments will be downsized. The physical distancing guidelines will likewise lessen the festivity feel of Eid. Many will most likely be unable to meet with their families to celebrate Eid Al-Fitr. Muslims are being encouraged that in the event that they are living and working in different parts of the world compared to where their family is residing, they should shun away from visiting their hometowns for Eid. Given the current situation, it stays muddled if countries will lift or simplify lockdown measures for Eid. Due to this, it is advised that Eid prayers are performed at home. Whether we like it or not, Eid this year will be much more somber than how it is celebrated in the previous years. It will be unique as it will be a close Eid festivity between the immediate family members. A lockdown and Eid do not go hand in hand. Eid is about association, mingling together, and coming together for the much-awaited family time with our loved ones. This year, innovation is one aspect that all will be utilizing. This year we will have to rely upon social media and the internet when we want to communicate with our family and friends residing in different parts of the country or world instead of getting to meet them physically. Draw up your Eid plan like how you would usually do it! Sit down with your family and talk about what you will do on Eid. Despite the fact that you will celebrate it at home, you can settle on what sorts of Eid treats you will prepare at home, how you can pass on Eid Salaams virtually and how you can get together your family and friends by means of Zoom and celebrate it with them. 2. Dress Up! Image Credit: Aniq Danial on Unsplash When taking most Muslim nations into consideration, Eid is a period for purchasing new garments. In spite of the fact that this year, you won't be actually venturing out or going visiting, you can, in any case, still wear your Eid clothing at home - which you would have bought or selected - to get into the spirit of Eid. 3. Decorate! Image Credit: Prasanna Kumar on Unsplash Decorate the house with your family members to get into the lively and festival feel of Eid. It will help liven up your children from not being able to spend Eid the usual way. Use balloons, banners, decorations from the previous year, and lights. You can even choose to have a home DIY Raya photo studio! Spruce up yourself and your children in your lovely clothing attires that you chose for Eid and set up a background that suits you best and get clicking! Every arrangement utilizes an alternate setting or backdrop, giving you loads of assortment and different ideas on how you want your photo to be. They are quick and simple to set up and you could even utilize items that you would have stored in your storeroom. It could be leftovers from last Eid’s decoration or the decorations that you used for your kids' birthday party! Get creative! The sky is the limit! One item that deemed useful and convenient as a setting is curtain panels. They are quite tall and are accessible in pretty much any shading you could need. You can even use Lampu Lap Lip to spruce up your Eid decorations which can likewise be utilized as a prop for your Raya photoshoot. These are solar-powered and convenient to use with low energy consumption. 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Here are some of the best picks: Houseparty Staying true to its name, Houseparty offers an approach to hang out and party with companions while being isolated at home. Apart from offering the video calling option, Houseparty accompanies in-application games to play while talking. There are likewise discrete virtual "rooms" that users can switch from, giving the feel of an authentic house party, but virtually. Facebook Gaming Facebook's Gaming tab offers an approach to play online games with your loved ones or even anyone from the 2 billion users who make use of this gaming facility. It has incorporated classics and modern games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Super Dash. Quiz Up Having a database of 1200 topics and 600,000 questions, this trivia application enables users to challenge their friends and have competitions on topics ranging from general knowledge to topics that you would have probably be taught back in your good ole school days. Classic board game now comes in the form of applications too. The majority of classic board games have been transformed into an online game application, which has a lot of similar features in comparison to the actual board game and is adjusted to suit their users with playing these games on phones, PCs, or tablets. Those that have accomplished this are the famous Scrabble, Uno, and Monopoly.   7. Sleep – The Answer to all Problems! Amidst this pandemic, it would be justifiable for anxiety and stress to kick in. Rather than investing time and vitality stressing out, why not transform that kind of stress into what you can control, focusing on aspects like taking care of yourself and your loved ones. Concentrating on gaining sufficient rest is a characteristic fit for dealing with the betterment for yourself which can boost your immunity at the same time. Satisfactory rest can augment your potential for having better days under these conditions. Ideal rest controls and enhances while giving you a positive state of mind, improves brain capacity, and boosts energy and efficiency to keep you active throughout the day. Uneven sleeping schedules and patterns or even sleeping too much during the day can hinder your sleep altogether. Rest is critical at present, especially once Ramadan wraps up. Here are some tips and tricks that can help you boost your sleep: Incorporate some `me` time. Cut down on afternoon naps. Have a go at breathing exercises. Form a sleeping schedule and make sure to stick to it. Curtail screen time at night. Do keep in mind that rest is significant to keep us lively especially during these trying times. Agonizing over rest just transforms into more pressure and stress and I’m sure that is something which you do not want to be dealing with this Ramadan. Simply ensure to put forth a valiant effort to get the chance to bed on schedule and follow these tips should you find it difficult to get in some sleep time. Given the ongoing pandemic, it won't be possible for Eid to be celebrated the way it was previously. Even though things might be intense in this present circumstance, we could all learn and take this opportunity to reflect on our behaviors and past lifestyles prior to this pandemic. Perhaps one of the takeaways from this year's humble celebration is never to take things for granted. Hopefully, in the near future, we will be more appreciative of the smaller things in life and work towards having a more meaningful Eid, with lessons learnt from this year's humble celebration. via GIPHY...

  • Bandung, Indonesia | Wake Up To 5 of Bandung's Best Breakfasts

    Waking up to cold and freezing temperature in Bandung? This city never stops offering you cuisine options, not only in the afternoon or evening but also early in the morning. Here, we recommend you five mouthwatering breakfast in Bandung that will start your terrific day. Surely all these are halal! via GIPHY Chicken Congee The Chicken Congee is almost anywhere in Bandung. So, the real challenge here is – where exactly is the best Chicken Congee in Bandung?  Here, in Lembang, West Bandung Regency, we tasted the best chicken congee stall that serves a pretty big portion and tastes absolutely amazing. The congee has a thick consistency with shredded chicken, boiled eggs, chicken hearts and gizzards as toppings as well as some fried onions as garnishing. The Chicken Congee is served hot which feels absolutely amazing for breakfast. At IDR 12,000, the Chicken Congee is served with free crackers and hot tea. Note: The locals here commonly call the stall Bubur Ayam SMP 1 Lembang. Bubur Ayam SMP 1 Lembang means Chicken Congee in 1st Lembang Junior High School (the stall is located in front of the school) Address: Jalan Raya Lembang No 357, Jayagiri, Lembang, West Bandung RegencyOpening Hours: 6AM to 10AM (Daily)Contact: +62 87825891965 Lontong Kari Actually, we are not moving anywhere from the first stall who serves Chicken Congee. The same stall also offers Lontong Kari or in English, we perhaps can call it Curry Rice Cake. If you are looking for a meaty-breakfast, this stall is an excellent choice for you. In a bowl of Lontong Kari, you'll find three things – beef broth, shredded beef, and rice cake. The beef broth is amazing! Get a warm bowl of Lontong Kari at IDR 15,000 each for your breakfast or even brunch. Address: Jalan Raya Lembang No. 357, Jayagiri, Lembang, West Bandung RegencyOpening Hour: 6AM to 10AM (Daily)Contact: +62 87825891965 Roti Gempol Credit: Satya Winnie Bread is also a common choice for breakfast. Here at Roti Gempol restaurant, they have toast as the primary menu. The restaurant serves various fillings such as peanut butter, chocolate, smoked beef, eggs, and cheese. There are two choices of bread here, white bread and wheat bread. However, the wheat bread has a is served in a bigger portion than the white one. The wheat bread will be toasted for several minutes until the colors turn golden brown until crispy. Prices start from IDR 16,000 to IDR 30,000. Note: Long queues on Saturdays and Sundays.  Address: Jalan Gempol Wetan No. 14, BandungOpening Hours: 7AM to 9PM (Daily)Contact: +62 224239469 Nasi Kuning Homan Credit: Foursquare Located near Savoy Homan Hotel, Nasi Kuning Homan or perhaps Homan Yellow Rice is not a restaurant but just a cart with a simple tent stall. The seller provides several long tables and wooden chairs that can accommodate up to 10 people. Although the place is really simple, the Homan Yellow Rice tastes really good! You can choose side dishes such as shredded chicken, sliced omelet, tempeh, heart and gizzard, roasted soybeans, and slices of cucumber. This filling-breakfast is worth for IDR 12,000. Address: Jalan HomanOpening Hour: 6AM to 10AM (Daily) Kupat Tahu Petis Pak Haji Credit: Tribun Jabar First of all, Petis is a traditional food seasoning in Indonesia. Petis is processed by fish or shrimp cooked until it is completely dry. It is then added with salt and brown sugar so that it tastes rather sweet. In a plate of Kupat Tahu Petis, you will find fried tofu in charcoal and cut into small pieces, added with bean sprouts, rice cake, crushed yellow crackers, and petis. The dish is served with peanut sauce. While Kupat Tahu Sayur is similar but it is served with broth instead of the peanut sauce. You only need to pay IDR 17,000 for each plate of Kupat Tahu Petis or Kupat Tahu Sayur. Address: Jalan Halimun No.2, Lengkong, BandungOpening Hour: 9AM to 4PMContact: +62 81221199126...

  • It's Time To Start Planning For Your 2019 Long Weekend Escapes From Singapore!

    As November looms around the corner, we are already on the homestretch of 2018! It doesn’t matter if you’ve had a fantastic year or not because we can always look forward to a new year full of hope and possibilities! Some of you have probably booked a flight for your year-end trip and just counting down the days to that long-awaited vacation. While waiting, you should try planning for great weekend getaways in 2019!  Great news: There are FOUR LONG WEEKENDS spread out across the year, making sure you'll always have that well-deserved break! Plan for your long weekend trips with our travel inspirations: 10 Muslim & Children Friendly Destinations To Visit in 2019! GOOD FRIDAY (19 - 21 April) Krabi, Thailand This is the perfect time to visit Krabi because it is just before the monsoon season where blackouts are a norm. This is your chance to relax on the beautiful beaches, go island hopping, indulge in dirt-cheap body massages, and feast on awesome Thai street food! If you prefer to live near Ao Nang beach, Ao Nang Princeville Resort is the place for you! Completely Muslim-friendly, this resort offers halal dining options so you never have to worry about finding halal food. Definitely a great place to stay because of its central location! In fact, this resort offers convenient Spa services, a restaurant, outdoor pool, hot tub, and a sun deck—perfect for lazy days! Address: 164 Rural Road Krabi 1010, Krabi Chang Wat Krabi 81180, ThailandContact: +66 75 637 971 VESAK DAY (18 - 20 May) Jakarta, Indonesia Picture: University of Melbourne Jakarta is a beautiful, bustling city that is great for a quick weekend getaway. Sometimes, we all need a shopping holiday and this is just the perfect place to get everything done under one roof! The iconic roundabout at the Selamat Datang Monument is the place for all things convenient because right beside it lies Plaza Indonesia, a shopping heaven for locals and tourists alike! For accomodation, you can stay at the Grand Hyatt Jakarta right next to Plaza Indonesia. Take as much rest as you can in their classy rooms so you have sufficient energy to shop till you drop right after. This grand hotel is decked with luxurious furnishings that will make you feel like royalty. They have all the amenities in place to ensure that you are comfortable throughout your stay. They offer a fitness center, room service, outdoor pool, laundry service, a spa, and even an airport shuttle! Address: Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.Kav. 28-30, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10350Contact: +62 21 29921234 NATIONAL DAY & HARI RAYA HAJI(9 August - 12 August) Bandung, Indonesia  Picture: OhFact! Coincidentally, National Day and Hari Raya Haji fall on the same weekend so this means that we are rewarded another long weekend. However, this time it's an even longer one that lasts for FOUR DAYS! Bandung is definitely perfect for a four-day getaway because it has so much to offer. Since we have covered beach destinations and shopping paradise so far, let’s head for some nature time as you bask in the beautiful landscapes that Bandung has to offer! Bandung is home to magnificient mountains, gorgeous green landscapes and many more natural tourist attractions such as Lake Patenggang—a picturesque lake with stunning views. Picture: GH Universal Hotel Bandung You’ve probably seen the GH Universal Hotel circulating around the internet—an architectural beauty right in the heart of Bandung with European-style (more accurately, Italian Renaissance) furnishings. You should try staying at this hotel at least once. You will feel like royalty from the moment you step into this beautiful plush accomodation. This hotel is fully equipped with an outdoor pool, a spa, a fitness center, a patisserie (yes, desserts!), a rooftop bistro offering majestic panoramic views of the city, and yes—airport shuttle! Address: Jl. DR. Setiabudhi No.376, Cidadap, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40143Phone: +62 22 2010388 DEEPAVALI (26 - 28 October)  Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Picture: Consolato Generale Take a step back into history during your trip to this city. Ho Chi Minh City has so much to offer in terms of historical monuments. Make sure you set aside a day to see the Cu Chi Tunnels (and crawl in one too!) that the Vietnamese used during the Vietnam war. You should also visit Mekong Delta and marvel at the beautiful rivers while sipping a fresh coconut drink on a small boat. For café-lovers, this is a city filled with affordable cafes! Simply take a stroll down the city and you will find great cafes offering really refreshing coffees (yes, Vietnamese coffee) for your caffeine needs. Do visit the Café Apartments along the Saigon Walking Street. This historical building used to be a home to government and military personnels (also the only building that wasn’t bombed) but is now a hipster haven full of eclectic cafes. You will be greeted with majestic views of the city from the café balconies as you sip some good old Vietnamese coffee. Perfect for a late-night wind-down. Picture: Ostrovok This is a crowd favourite hotel because it is right next to Ben Thanh Market (The place to go to for your grocery needs and night market!) as well as the Malaysian Street. The Malaysian Street is packed with halal food options from Malaysian food to authentic Vietnamese food. You will be happy to know that some diners even offer free food delivery services right to your hotel! The hotel offers a spa, a fitness centre, and airport shuttle for your convenience. There are also a few major mosques nearby. Address: 289-291 Lý Tự Trọng, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, VietnamContact: +84 28 3828 2888 Start planning and get yourself ready to explore all these amazing getaway destinations in 2019! Read more about destinations to visit in 2019...

  • Planning A Vacation To Bandung? You Have To Try These 5 Halal Street Food!

    Bandung, also known as Paris Van Java, is famous for its tourism destinations. Many tourist spots can be found in this capital city of the West Java Province. Moreover, Bandung offers various regional culinary specialties, particularly traditional snacks that are widely known by locals and regular tourists. All these street foods are halal and very affordable. Here 5 most mouth-watering street foods in Bandung and where you can buy them! Read more about Indonesia Durian Ice Cream Picture: Adyla Haquee The king of fruit! Some would say durian is the best fruit in Southeast Asia. In Bandung, you can have them in a form of a unique cuisine that will brighten your sunny day. Although Bandung is not the city that produces this fruit, we can see a number of 'Es Duren' sellers' on roadsides, especially the one leading to Dago area. The sellers would sell them in small carts and would shift around from time to time. You only need to spend IDR 12,000 for a cup of Durian Ice Cream. Address: Along Jalan Cihampelas, Bandung, West JavaOperating Hours: 9AM - 5PM (Daily) Bandros The Bandros is an iconic pie from Bandung. They are made from a mixture of rice flour, grated coconut, coconut milk and served with sugar. Its shape is similar to a half moon. These delicacies are cooked with a traditional grill. Bandros are often served for breakfast or as a snack during tea time. They would taste even more delicious when served hot and accompanied by hot tea or coffee. There are two types of Bandros known in Bandung, namely salty Bandros and sweet Bandros. You can buy a package of Bandros for as little as IDR 10,000. Address: Along Jalan Juanda, Bandung, West JavaOperating Hours: 8AM to 6PM (Daily) Cilok The next one is an extremely unique street food that can only be found in Bandung. This tasty snack is called the Cilok! The name might be unique for foreign tourist, but it is one of the most common and affordable street food in Bandung. Cilok stands for 'Aci Dicolok' which means stabbed starch in Sundanese language. This is because dried beef meat is used for their fillings. Stab them with sticks, dip them in a mixture of peanut sauce and soy ketchup and you're ready to enjoy their heavenly taste. You will feel as if you are chewing on a meatball except its smaller, chewier and definitely tastier. Cilok sellers are everywhere in Bandung. They will cost you around IDR 10,000. Address: Along Jalan Dipati Ukur, Bandung, West JavaOperating Hours: 8AM to 8PM (Daily) Seblak If you are a fan of spicy food, this street food will bring you to another level of mouth-watering goodness. Seblak originally came from Bandung. This street food is made from chewy cracker sautéed along with onion spices. In its development, Seblak is served with some additional toppings such as eggs, sausages, sliced vegetables, meatballs, seafood and many more. The best part is, you can choose your preferred level of spiciness. Seblaks from different vendors would taste completely different from each other. Some of them are cooked with onion spices, garlic, salt, galingale, cayenne pepper, turmeric, and other flavourings. After sautéing, raw crackers that have been soaked in water are added to the pan for stir-frying. When you try a spoon of Seblak, you will feel something chewy in your mouth. No doubt, the boiled raw crackers are the main ingredients. For a bowl of Seblak, it would cost around IDR 10,000. Seblak is also easy to find in every spot in Bandung. Address: Along Jalan Sukajadi, Bandung, West JavaOperating Hours: 8AM to 8PM (Daily) Batagor Batagor has now spread out around all of Indonesia. However, the best Batagors still come from this city. Batagor is short for 'Bakso Tahu Goreng', which means Fried Tofu Meatball. It is usually served with peanut sauce and soy ketchup. The 'meatball' is actually made from different kinds of seafood including tuna, mackerel, and prawn. After they are minced, they will be stuffed inside a Batagor skin and finally deep fried in palm oil. This dish is influenced by a Chinese Indonesian cuisine known as Siomay. The difference between the two is that Batagor is deep fried while Somay is steamed. Batagor sellers can be found in street-side food stalls, portable carts and restaurants. You would have to pay IDR 12,000 – 15,000 for a plate of yummy Batagor. Address: Along Jalan Riau, Bandung, West JavaOperating Hours: 8AM to 8PM (Daily)   Read more about Bandung...

  • Give Your Hair A Treat At This Shariah Compliant Hair Salon In Bandung, Indonesia

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