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At first i was interested to go to this place. Eager to know, to see and to educate myself about how beautiful this place gonna be as we can read and see "old and historic" goods..
But what i found?? Beggars and boxesss written shodaqoh.....More
here you can feel the calmness
but unfortunately the shrine is already circle by walls
what we can see is just a thick wooden door
so now what we can see is just a complex of grave of other people who paid to be buried...More
Went there on December 2015.
Before I went there, I already informed that there will be people asking for money in that place, I notice that.
But when I arrived at this place, wooww, I just felt like I being robed!! There are lots of...More
People say it good but a lot of beggars..but I think the opposite way..I think its good we can pray and thank to Allah as a muslem we can give to eacg other as a sign of our gratitude to God bcoz we hv given...More
to be able to pay a tribute to one of the great man will leads your spirit in fulfilments, where besides culinary, cirebon are known for its spiritual islamic journey and discover a tradition that keeps for hundred of years,
best to go with a...More
Worst place visited as long as I can remember. Before our driver had turned of the engine we were aggresively approached to pay a parking fee. When we entered we were expected to pay Rp. 50,000 per person + a donation per person of the...More
The grave (or Shrine) of Sunan Gunung Djati frankly the worst I have ever attended. When compared to other Sunan tomb, this is the worst. The beggars asking for donations very rude, and beggar children always followed wherever you go. Do not use any jewelry...More
Islam was introduced to Java by travelling preachers and sages called the 'Wali Songo'- the nine saints. They originated everywhere from India to Iraq and brought a mystical Sufi strain of Islam which was moderate and tolerant. For a long time, Islamic and Hindu customs...More