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Behind the House of Nasi Bungkus homestay is a couple of travel lovers. Anez, whose originates from Surabaya and is the founder of rite Indonesia, (website hidden), a successful trip organising business specialising in travel in East and Central Java. In 2012 Anez won an International competition by Leap Local ((website hidden)), he was voted as one of the top ten guides and services in the world and was featured in the Guardian Newspaper ((website hidden)).
As the East Java moderator for couchsurfing, Anez has an abundance of experience hosting foreigners with over 600 travellers surfing his couch. In July 2013 worked as a fixer for a BBC documentary movie.
Hannah originates from Melbourne and fell in love with Indonesia while spending time volunteering with local NGOs in Jakarta and Jogjakarta.
Anez and Hannah invite you to visit and experience the art, culture, history and beauty of Jogjakarta. They love to share their knowledge and insights of the real Indonesia.
House of Nasi Bungkus is their beloved home, which they love to share with like minded travellers.
The name Nasi (cooked rice) and Bungkus (wrapped, or take away) comes from the names of their dog and cat. Both were strays, which they rescued from the streets of Jakarta. Unfortunately they passed away in the early months of moving into the house. They have channeled their love for their Nasi (dog) and Bungkus (cat) into this home stay.
Anez and Hannah fell in love with Jomegatan village, its surroundings and its people. Many Indonesian artists also call the area home and some of Jogjakarta’s best galleries are only a walk away.
Upon moving in the house needed some work. They employed their neighbours to help and used reused, repurposed and recycled materials wherever possible. They are both lovers of nature and so an environmentally conscious approach has been taken. All materials and labor have been locally sourced. They have employed their neighbours, paying generous rates for all their hard work.
They believe in sustainability and in supporting the local community. Therefore they encourage their guests to interact with the local neighbours. A smile goes a long way.