The Best Thing to Do on a Hot Day in Old Town Lasem.
Do you have plan to visit Lasem? Of course, you shouldn’t miss the chance to visit the oldest temple in Lasem: Cu An Kiong. Dated around 1700s and rumoured to have been existed since 1300s, it’s claimed as the oldest temple in the entire Java island.
Mbak Devina, a wife of the successor of Batik Kidang Mas, Rudy Siswanto, came to share the recipe of Sambel Goreng Udang Tauco (spicy shrimp with bean sauce). This is the favorite dish of the Tjan family that is regularly cooked by Mbak Devina’s mother-in-law, Mrs. Djoeniati, who is commonly called ‘Oma Kian.’
On Saturday September 17, 2016, Kesengsem Lasem Community worked together with Kelompok Sadar Wisata (tourism awareness community) in conducting Learning Clinic #2, a discussion forum that revolved around the theme of public relations with central topics that consisted of Branding, Marketing, and Customer Service.
Thousands of ancient Chinese coins, dated back from Tang (600-960 AD) and Song Dynasty (960-1279 AD), are found in Gowak Village, Lasem District, Rembang Regency, Central Java Province.
Nyah Lasem Guest House, Karangturi, Karangturi Street, Lane 5, No. 2. Owner: Mr. Soesantio, managed by Baskoro “Pop.” A nightly fee of IDR 50,000 per person. Two-room units with three …
People are wondering whether there’s any direct train ride to Lasem. Well, unfortunately there’s no more. Indeed, the station remains there to date, but it hasn’t been in operation since 1989.
To travelers on a tight budget or backpackers, you’d better add Lasem to your bucket list! Here are a couple of tips on traveling to Lasem for beginners.
The following safe-travelling tips are provided by Mr. Eko, Head of Lasem Police Station who’s super well-known for his friendliness!
Guys, if you happen to be in Lasem or Rembang and chance upon attending a wedding party or a feast for any occasions in Rembang and Lasem, you might want to take notes on the following: