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Kamis, 23 Mei 2019

5 Boarding Schools in East Java

Islamic boarding schools are traditional Islamic education in Indonesia, where students live together and study under the guidance of a teacher who is known as a kiai and has a dormitory to be inhabited by Santri students in a complex that also provides mosques for worship, study rooms and more. religious activities. This complex is usually surrounded by walls to be able to supervise the entry and exit of santri in accordance with applicable regulations. Islamic boarding schools are two terms that show one understanding. Islamic boarding schools according to their basic understanding are student learning places, while huts means simple houses or residences made of bamboo. In addition, the word pondok may be from Funduq Arabic which means a hostel or hotel. On Java, including Sunda and Madura, the term dormitory and boarding school are generally used, while in Aceh it is known as dayah or rangkang or menuasa, while in Minangkabau it is called surau. Islamic boarding schools can also be understood as religious and educational institutions, generally non-classical, where kiai teach Islam to students based on books written in Arabic by medieval Ulama, and santri usually live in huts (dormitories) in boarding schools

The large Islamic boarding schools in East Java are:



Tebuireng Islamic Boarding School is one of the largest Islamic boarding schools in Jombang, East Java. This boarding school was founded by KH. Hasyim Asy'ari in 1899. In addition to subject matter on Islamic religious knowledge, shari'a science, and Arabic, general subjects were also included in the structure of his teaching curriculum. Tebuireng Islamic Boarding School has contributed a lot and contributed to the wider community, especially in the world of Islamic education in Indonesia.

Caption : Tebu  Ireng Islamic Boarding School (local guide Hade Saqi)

2. Hidayatul Mubtadiin Islamic Boarding School

The Hidayatul Mubtadiin Islamic Boarding School is located in Lirboyo-Kediri Village, which was founded by KH. Abdul Karim in 1910. He was a resident of Magelang who was also a college colleague KH. Hasyim Asy'ari (founder of the Tebu Ireng Islamic Boarding School) at the asukah Islamic boarding school in KH. Kholis, Bangkalan. The Lirboyo Islamic Boarding School has a total of 13 thousand santri and santri. They come from Kalimantan, Java, Aceh, Malaysia and Thailand. At present, the third generation of boarding schools is KH. A.Idris Marzuqi, KH. Moh. Anwar Manshur, and KH. Abdullah Kafabihi Mahrus. This boarding school stands on an area of 30 hectares, with 400 rooms, and 90 rooms for various academic activities. All book based lessons in Arabic or yellow book.

Caption : Liroboyo Islamic Boarding School (local guide Medi Asadli)

Sidogiri village was cleared by a Sayyid from Cirebon, West Java named Sayyid Sulaiman. He is a descendant of the Prophet from the clan Basyaiban. His father, Sayyid Abdurrahman bin Muhammad bin 'Umar Basyaiban al' Alawi who came from Qosam Hadhramaut, was a migrant from the country of guardians, Tarim, Hadramaut, Yemen. While his mother, Syarifah Khodijah, is the daughter of the Sultan of Cirebon Descendants of Sunan Gunung Jati. Thus, from the maternal line, Sayyid Sulaiman is a relative of the descendants of Sunan Gunung Jati.

Sayyid Sulaiman opened and established a boarding school in Sidogiri assisted by Kiai Aminullah. Kiai Aminullah is a santri and son-in-law of Sayyid Sulaiman from Bawean Island. It is said that the demolition of Sidogiri was carried out for 40 days. At that time Sidogiri was still a wilderness that was untouched by humans and inhabited by many spirits. The jungle of the Sidogiri wilderness was chosen to be opened and made a boarding school because it was believed that the land was good and diverse.

There are two versions of the year of the establishment of the Sidogiri Islamic Boarding School, namely 1718 or 1745. In a note written by Panca Warga 1963 it was stated that the Pondok Pesantren Sidogiri was established in 1718. The note was signed by Almaghfurlahum KH. Noerhasan Nawawie, KH. Cholil Nawawie, and K. A. Sa'doellah Nawawie on October 29, 1963.

Caption : Sidogiri Islamic Boarding School (localguide Pondok Pesantren)

Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor Ponorogo (PMDG) or better known as Pondok Modern Gontor is one of the Islamic boarding schools located in Ponorogo Regency, East Java. This pesantren is famous for the application of discipline, mastery of foreign languages (Arabic and English), regeneration and a very strong alumni network. Since its founding in 1926, Gontor is an educational institution that is not bound by any political organization and social organization

Caption Gontor Islamic Boarding School (local guide Winarno Abdullah)
Its history, the AL-AMIEN PRENDUAN boarding school cannot be separated from the history of the development of Islam in Prenduan itself. Because Kiai Chotib (the grandfather of the present caregivers) who started the business of building an Islamic education institution in Prenduan, was also a Kiai developing Islam in Prenduan. The effort to build the bull was actually a continuation of his sister-in-law's business, Kiai Syarqowi, who moved to Guluk-guluk after about 14 years of fostering the Prenduan community in order to fulfill the mandate of his friend, Kiai Gemma who died in Mecca.
Before leaving Prenduan to move to Guluk-guluk, Kiai Syarqowi asked Kiai Chotib to replace him guiding the Prenduan community, after previously marrying him to one of Prenduan's original daughters named Aisyah, or better known later with Nyai Robbani. Kiai Chotib gladly accepted the mandate.
A few years later, around the beginning of the 20th century, Kiai Chotib began pioneering the pesantren by establishing a small Langgar known as Congkop. Congkop Islamic Boarding School, that's how the community knows about this educational institution, because the building that was first established in the pesantren is a Congkop-shaped building (a Joglo-like square building). The building stands on arid and narrow arid land surrounded by burial grounds and shrubs, approximately 200 meters from the langgar founded by Kiai Syarqowi

Caption : Al Amein Islamic Boarding School (local guide Hairul Fuad)

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Rabu, 22 Mei 2019

More than 10 warteg below are found on Google maps in Bekasi City

Warteg or also called Warung Tegal is one type of gastronomic business that provides food and drinks at affordable prices. Also commonly abbreviated as Warteg, this name seems to have become a generic term for middle-class food stalls on the roadside, both those in the city of Tegal and elsewhere, both those managed by people from Tegal and from other regions. Warung Tegal was initially managed by many people from two villages in Tegal Regency and one village in Tegal City, namely the villagers of Sidapurna, Sidakaton, Dukuhturi District, Tegal Regency & Krandon District. They manage tegal stalls in turns (between families in one family bond) every 3 to 4 months. Those who don't have the turn to manage the stalls usually farm in their hometowns.


More than 10 warteg below are found on Google maps in Bekasi City

Senin, 20 Mei 2019

7 Warteg Yang Banyak di Ulas Di Google Maps

7 Warteg Yang Banyak di Ulas Di Google Maps

Warteg is the culinary identity of the Indonesian people. Even though it comes from Tegal, Warteg in Jakarta has mushroomed in every corner of the city. The characteristics are very easy to spot. Most of the Warteg buildings in Jakarta are simple stalls in which there are glass cabinets where you can choose from a selection of home-made side dishes and vegetables.

The menu is diverse and feels very home-made, and the price is very affordable, making Warteg popular and becoming a community customer from various circles, ranging from college children, manual workers, to office workers.

Which warteg are mostly reviewed by local guides, curious about where it is? 

Jumat, 17 Mei 2019

Warteg-Warteg in Jakarta, Most-Reviewed by Local Guides

Warteg is the culinary identity of the Indonesian people. Even though it comes from Tegal, Warteg in Jakarta has mushroomed in every corner of the city. The characteristics are very easy to spot. Most of the Warteg buildings in Jakarta are simple stalls in which there are glass cabinets where you can choose from a selection of home-made side dishes and vegetables.

The menu is diverse and feels very home-made, and the price is very affordable, making Warteg popular and becoming a community customer from various circles, ranging from college children, manual workers, to office workers.

Which warteg  are mostly reviewed by local guides, curious about where it is? Check out the list below!

Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No.1D, RT.8/RW.10, Tebet Tim., Kec. Tebet, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12810

Jl. Kemurnian V No.1C, RT.15/RW.1, Glodok, Kec. Taman Sari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11120

Warteg Gang Mangga.jpgCaption : A photo Gang Mangga Warteg (Local Guide Dian Pitaloka Saraswati)
Jl. Desa Putra, RT.12/RW.5, Srengseng Sawah, Kec. Jagakarsa, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12640

warteg kharisma bahari.jpgCaption : Types of cuisine served in Kharisma Bahari Warteg (Local Guide Doni hadi purnomo)
Jalan Skadron A No.57, RT.15/RW.1, Makasar, Kec. Makasar, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13510

Warteg Gewart Dago.jpgCaption : A photo Gang Mangga Warteg (Local Guide Desta Arifta)
Jl. Kemang Timur No.56, RT.7/RW.3, Bangka, Kec. Mampang Prpt., Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12730

Di Warteg.jpgCaption : A photo Gang Mangga Warteg (Local Guide Irna Gayatri)
RT.5/RW.2, Pegangsaan Dua, Kec. Klp. Gading, Kota Jkt Utara, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 14250

Warteg Berkah Jaya.jpgCaption : A photo Gang Mangga Warteg (Local Guide Satria Satya Nugraha)
Jl. Tanah Mas Raya No.39, RT.3/RW.1, Kayu Putih, Pulo Gadung, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13210

Warteg Dua Satu (21).jpgCaption : A photo Gang Mangga Warteg (Local Guide Leo Lainardo)

Rabu, 15 Mei 2019

The Great Mosques at Jakarta Indonesia in GIF Photos

The Great Mosques at Jakarta Indonesia in GIF Photos



Al-Azhar Great Mosque is a mosque located in the Al-Azhar school complex, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. The mosque was inaugurated by the DKI Jakarta Regional Government as one of the 18 sites on the history of the development of the city of Jakarta.
Address :
Jl. Sisingamangaraja, Selong, Kec. Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12110

Istiqlal Mosque is the national mosque of the Republic of Indonesia which is located in the former Wilhelmina Park, in the Northeast Medan Merdeka Square which in the middle stands the National Monument, in the center of the capital Jakarta. Across the East this mosque stands the Jakarta Cathedral Church.
Address :
Jl. Taman Wijaya Kusuma, Ps. Baru, Kec. Sawah Besar, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10710

The At-Tin Mosque is one of two magnificent mosques in the TMII area. The other mosque is the Diponegoro Mosque. The mosque, which was built in April 1997, occupies an area of 70,000 square meters with a capacity of around 9,000 people in the mosque and 1,850 people in a closed lobby and plaza
Address :
Jl. Taman Mini I No.3, RW.3, Pinang Ranti, Makasar, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13560

Address : Jl. Menteng Pulo Raya No.23, RT.3/RW.5, Menteng Dalam, Kec. Tebet, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12960

KH Hasyim Asy'ari Great Mosque is a mosque located in Semanan, Kalideres, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The Masjit took the name of Indonesian National Hero Hasyim Asy'ari, founder of Nahdlatul Ulama. The Masjit was opened by Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia on April 15, 2017
Address :
Jalan Daan Mogot KM 14,5 Pesakih, RT.3/RW.14, Duri Kosambi, Kecamatan Cengkareng, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11750

Address :
Jl. Lautze No.87-89, RT.10/RW.3, Karang Anyar, Kec. Sawah Besar, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10740

Address :
Perumahan Billy Moon, Jl. Kelapa Hijau II No.1, RT.1/RW.10, Pd. Klp., Kec. Duren Sawit, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13450

Address :
Jl. Dr. Muwardi I No.3, RT.7/RW.3, Grogol, Kec. Grogol petamburan, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11450

Selasa, 14 Mei 2019

The Great Mosques at Jakarta Indonesia On Google Maps (first series)

The Great Mosques at Jakarta Indonesia


The locations of major mosque points in Jakarta on google maps
Al-Azhar Great Mosque is a mosque located in the Al-Azhar school complex, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. The mosque was inaugurated by the DKI Jakarta Regional Government as one of the 18 sites on the history of the development of the city of Jakarta.

Address :
Jl. Sisingamangaraja, Selong, Kec. Kby. Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12110



Masjid Al Azhar


Istiqlal Mosque is the national mosque of the Republic of Indonesia which is located in the former Wilhelmina Park, in the Northeast Medan Merdeka Square which in the middle stands the National Monument, in the center of the capital Jakarta. Across the East this mosque stands the Jakarta Cathedral Church.

Address :

Jl. Taman Wijaya Kusuma, Ps. Baru, Kec. Sawah Besar, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10710

Mosque of Istiqlal
The At-Tin Mosque is one of two magnificent mosques in the TMII area. The other mosque is the Diponegoro Mosque. The mosque, which was built in April 1997, occupies an area of 70,000 square meters with a capacity of around 9,000 people in the mosque and 1,850 people in a closed lobby and plaza

Address :
Jl. Taman Mini I No.3, RW.3, Pinang Ranti, Makasar, Kota Jakarta Timur, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 13560

Masjid Besar Attien.jpg
At Tien Mosque

Address : Jl. Menteng Pulo Raya No.23, RT.3/RW.5, Menteng Dalam, Kec. Tebet, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12960

Masjid Besar Al Munada Darussalam.jpgAl Munada Darussalam Baiturrahman Mosque (Boat Mosque)
KH Hasyim Asy'ari Great Mosque is a mosque located in Semanan, Kalideres, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The Masjit took the name of Indonesian National Hero Hasyim Asy'ari, founder of Nahdlatul Ulama. The Masjit was opened by Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia on April 15, 2017

Address :
Jalan Daan Mogot KM 14,5 Pesakih, RT.3/RW.14, Duri Kosambi, Kecamatan Cengkareng, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11750

Masjid Raya KH Hasyim Asy'ari Jakarta Barat..jpgKH. Asy'ari Mosque

Kamis, 09 Mei 2019

My Introduction As Local Guides From Jakarta Indonesia


Name: Mukroni
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia




What I love about being a Local Guide:

I love the road and incidentally as the chairman of the small business community, especially information about the position of a place of culinary/restaurant, tourist attractions, hospitals , police, government offices and places much sought after by the public. Local Guides or people who share reviews, photos and knowledge on Google Maps to help others explore the world


With the reviews, photos and videos as well as being visited by public, directly and indirect information from local guides, photos, videos and reviews can increase marketing and promoting.








There are many reasons that attract me to become a local guide,

First, by joining a local guide, I was able to share each other  between local guides in the form of photos, videos and useful information about the places around from a local guide.

Second, Local Guides can support businesses and others decide where to go to Google Maps, and I am the Chief for the community of small food outlets that knew as Warteg (Warung Tegal di Jakarta (capital city of Indonesia), I and members helped by Local Guides in businesses , special in promotion

Of course with Google Maps accessibility information local guides can explore and can make a big impact on the lives of people who need information regularly.

Maps is the best mapping service for people around the world, the accessibility information we can reach many people who need it.