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Karimunjawa – a Tropical Island Getaway near Central Java

By: Reza Daffi Looking for a tropical retreat, but no time to fly to Bali or even further? The Karimunjawa Islands lie in the northern waters of Central Java...

Evisa-Asia

A Schengen Visa for Asia

The team behind evisaasia.com are based in Malaysia. It all started when the team began developing an online visa system for the government of Cambodia 6 years ago....

Aroma's authentic packaging, By Andri Suryo 500

THE ABC OF BANDUNG: Aroma Coffee, Batagor & Ciwalk!

By: Andri Suryo Get ready to explore one of Indonesia’s most bustling cities: Bandung! Bandung is the capital city of west Java, the Indonesian answer to Paris or as...

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...

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Book Review: Land of the Birds of Paradise

By: Mariecke van Vugt The internet and industrial revolution have changed the world and the lives of the people living in it. Fortunately for us, some places in the...

Sunset Near the Dolphin Pool on Don Khon

Si Phan Don, an Island Experience in Landlocked Lao

By: Isaac Olson Si Phan Don or the 4,000 Islands are nestled in the Mekong River in the Champasak Province of Southern Lao (Laos) near the Cambodian border. Whether...

Ternate, By Doni Ismanto

Introduction to the Moluccas

By: Tegar Putuhena Ever since Indonesian independence in 1945, the Moluccas Islands (or Maluku in Indonesian) -one of the oldest provinces in Indonesia-, formed a...

Singapore Flyer, By: Marina

Marina Bay, Singapore’s Swanky Bayfront

By: Cher Tan The name “Marina Bay” may be an anomaly of sorts – while it technically describes the body of water around the mouth of the Singapore River and...

Southern palace Wat Phu, By: Isaac Olson

Wat Phu Champasak, an Ancient Journey up a Mountainside

By: Isaac Olson It's 41 degrees, dusty, dry, no clouds, the midday sun is scorching my head and I can feel it cooking my skin beyond a desirable tan to a crispy burn....

Thai flag in an ancient temple, By: Isaac Olson

Introducing Thailand, Region by Region

By: Isaac Olson Thailand continues to be a prime destination and the gateway for travelers wanting to experience Southeast Asia. How is it that this country has...