Unique Museum: Kraton of Yogyakarta
Monuments are tribute to the past and history. Living in the city, we have tons of them - some I like, and some not too much. Walking in the Sultan's Palace, we are welcomed with Wayang sound - Wayang stands for Puppet Theatre.
It's pretty surreal to see at least 20 folks playing with huge gongs, and drums in order to showcase a story of the past. With music, and loudness, you feel the intensity. In a foreign language, and yet the puppets and music seems to collide and make sense.
It's a museum of a living and a past. Pictures from the past, royal guests, and furnitures. This may not a grand as Versailles, it definitely has a spark of its own. I still yet to know if the rituals are for show or for real. We can keep it as is because that's what makes it unique.
Let's keep a lifetime of memories on this open journal. Life's meant to be lived. Tons of countries to see, and experiences to be lived. Life's good if make you make it be.
Travel vlog including this experience --> https://youtu.be/fr7NO_W-Dgo