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Denpasar City Of Culture, once was

I can still remember clearly the image we had when we were kids of Denpasar. In those days-before the word 'tourist' became part of our everyday...

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,...

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Jakarta at Sundown: Explore Jakarta by Night

By: Chandra Drews Nightclubs & Cafes in Jakarta After-hours. You can say many things about Jakarta, but not that it's dull! Check out this top 5 Jakarta Nightlife...

Tree Top, the ultimate backdrop in Labuan Bajo!

Flores: Tree Top Restaurant in Labuan Bajo

Sometimes you come across a place you never want to leave again. Tree Top restaurant, set in the hills overlooking the bay of Labuan Bajo is one of these places....

A typical streetfood cart 'kaki lima'-5 legs, 3 on the cart, two on the owner

Have the Guts to Eat from the Street

By: Hush Petersen, first published in Jakarta Expat There are two kinds of people in Jakarta: the ones that eat street food and the ones that don’t. The ones that do...

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The Matted Mystery of the Dieng Plateau

The Dieng Plateau in Central Java, 2,000 meters above sea level, is one of the most stunning areas in Indonesia. It is known for its gorgeous landscapes and its cool...

Pulau Pari, one of the most tranquil islands of Pulau Seribu

Pulau Pari @ Pulau Seribu: The Island of the Refugees

By: Putri Fitria Pulau Pari is one of the islands of the Pulau Seribu archipelago, located a stone's throw away from Jakarta. Pulau Pari is one of the more quiet...

West Java map

Introduction to West Java

By: Emma Kwee West Java is the most populated province in Indonesia, with over 43 million inhabitants. The capital Bandung is the third largest city in the...

Best Time to Travel to Indonesia

By: Emma Kwee Indonesia is a tropical country and has two main seasons: the dry season that runs roughly from April to October and the wet season from November to ...

"Aheeheeheeheey!" Dancing on a boat, By: Travel Junkie Indonesia

How to Party Like Pirates in Tobelo

By: Labodalih Sembiring A group of women stand in a moving boat, dancing to traditional beats from a distant loudspeaker. They are all over 40 years old — one is in...