Cruising Indonesia is one of the best ways to explore this country of over 17,000 islands, including Bali, Komodo, and The Gilis.
A successful visit to Bali, Indonesia is all about good timing. Consider going in the low season to avoid crowds and save money on accommodation.
If you’re visiting Jakarta in your travels, check out Ancol Bay, which is located on the waterfront in the far north of the city.
Bali is wonderful for a lot of reasons, but the quality of the beaches isn’t one of them. Instead, check out these three island paradises in Indonesia.
The theme of the 2013 Garuda Indonesia World Photo Contest is “My Enchanting Town” and entry is open to everyone. Contest ends July 28, 2013.
Beyond sunbathing, Pink Beach, which gets its name from the red-tinted coral which washes up, offers epic snorkeling on Komodo Island.
See what it’s like to visit the world’s largest monitor lizards, the endangered Komodo dragons of Komodo National Park, in Indonesia.
Dave wakes up early to catch the sunrise at Indonesia’s Mount Bromo in East Java, followed by a hike up to the active volcano’s crater.
Dave takes you behind the scenes at Yogyakarta’s most famous restaurant, which produces the specialty, Gudeg Yogya, 24 hours a day.
Dave shares his experience waking up before dawn to watch the sunrise from atop Borobudur Temple, the world’s largest Buddhist monument.
Dave takes us along on his visit to Camp Leakey, the region of Borneo where orangutans were first studied seriously, and later, protected.
In this detailed article, Dave takes us along for his journey into Tanjung Puting National Park to witness wild orangutans in Borneo.
Dave reviews business class on Qatar Airways, as experienced on his recent flights from Berlin to Jakarta (via Doha).
Indonesia Tourism is giving away 5 all expense paid trip to Komodo National Park. All you have to do is nswer quiz questions for a chance to win.
In this guest post, Lash shares 5 of her little-known places to visit in Bali. Follow her tips if you want to get off the beaten track!
From the smog choked megalopolis of Jakarta, Jogja was a literal breath of fresh air.