|Bromo from the top|
When you see this amazing view of Bromo mountain, you won't be able to hold yourself not to take pictures! Every angle of it is sooo pretty . . . You can also see a temple or "pura" from the top. This "pura", which is called Pura Luhur Poten, is only open once in a year when the Tengger tribe holds Kasodo, the Tengger annual ceremony. Tengger people are the local people of Bromo who are majority Hindus. The word Tengger came from Roro Anteng (princess of Majapahit King) and Joko Seger (son of Brahmana, the Indian God). Tengger people are believed as their descendant. The ceremony is held at midnight, right at the peak of the full moon, in Kasoso month according to Javanese calendar.
|Pura Luhur Poten taken from the top|
After we felt satisfied spending time at the mountain, we decided to go down to look for some food and continue our journey.
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