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Alternative Travel: Sumbawa by Motorbike

Sumbawa by Motorbike

By: Ed Caffin Apart from the legendary surfspots at Maluk and Lakey Peak, few see more of Sumbawa. Mostly, it is only observed from behind the window of a bus,...

Pinneng

Halia. An Underwater World

By Pinneng Award-winning underwater photographer, Pinneng, has had the rare opportunity to dive the „four corners” of the Indonesian archipelago. In his career he...

The Green Walk, 300 km for environmental justice

Malaysian Activists Walk 300 KM to Demand Environmental Justice

A group of Malaysian activists has embarked on a 300 km walk from Kuantan to Kuala Lumpur to demand for an end to various environment grievances afflicting their...

Old lady in Kratie

Eastern Cambodia

Eastern Cambodia is a region of Cambodia and includes the following provinces: Kratie to the east of the Mekong, Mondulkiri (Mundulkiri), Rattanakiri (Ratanakiri) and...

Orangutans by Bos Foundation & Vier Pfoten

Cikananga Animal Rescue Center, Where Nature’s Orchestra Calls

By: Kafil Yamin School students may have known Indonesia’s endemic cute animals such as the orangutan, the Javanese eagle, rhinos, from books or magazines, but have...

Feeding the fish at Lumphini Park, By: Isaac Olson

Bangkok Parks, Green Spaces in a Frenetic City

By: Isaac Olson In a city where traffic jams persist, sidewalks are crammed with vendors, and pavement is everywhere, Bangkok hosts a surprising number of green...

Erawan National Park. By: Isaac Olson

Highlights of Thailand

By: Isaac Olson Thailand has been a tourist's dream for decades. It's difficult to narrow down the best things about Thailand. Nevertheless, below are five...

Komodoharbour. By: Ed Caffin

Visiting Komodo National Park: into Dragon’s domain

By: Ed Caffin The marvellous Komodo National Park is arguably one of the most interesting places to visit in Indonesia. Located on the edge of the Lesser Sunda...

The ubiquitous pile of trash in Yogya, By: Monica Dominguez

Tired of Trash in Yogyakarta: “Let’s Do It Yogya!” Wants to Clean-Up for Good

By: Monica Dominguez If you have ever visited Yogyakarta, Indonesia, you may have seen the plethora of art, music and traditional Javanese culture coloring every...

Koh Kong, Cambodia

Jungle Hikes & Pristine Waterfalls in Koh Kong, Cambodia

By: Gabrielle Yetter It was the first time I’d seen leeches. In the jungle terrain of Koh Kong, there were masses of them, many of which fastened themselves onto my...