Bali, Indonesia

Everybody knows Bali is the place to go if you’re looking for a fun beach holiday — lots of splendid surfing, diving, and snorkelling. While this is true, there are other aspects of Bali worth exploring. Bali From art galleries, monkey reserves and delicious local delicacies, you can explore these and more on your own … Continue reading Bali, Indonesia

Bandung, Indonesia

Tree-lined boulevards and graceful colonial buildings hark back to Bandung‘s past grandeur as “Parijs van Java” — the Paris of Java. Bandung The city is surrounded by fertile highlands dotted by picturesque tea plantations and fruit orchards which also make excellent vantage points for outdoor sports enthusiasts. Bandung to many, is a shopping paradise filled … Continue reading Bandung, Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia

“Big Durian” sums it all for the happening Jakarta – the quickening rhythms, the hustle and bustle, and the kaleidoscope of colours. Jakarta The eclectic mix of the great metropolitan lifestyle blends seamlessly with the latest fashion trends and its churning economy, as the scent of excitement lingers in the warm tropical air. Towards the … Continue reading Jakarta, Indonesia

Lombok, Indonesia

Neighbouring the ubiquitous island of Bali, Lombok is actually the preferred alternative if the scene next door gets too overwhelming. Lombok Beautiful turquoise waters, coral reefs and warm sandy beaches everywhere you turn, and the lack of tourists means the island is your own private little paradise. When it’s time to call it a day, … Continue reading Lombok, Indonesia

Makassar, Indonesia

The empire of Gowa-Makassar was famous among the European powers for its fierce Bugi sailors and pirates which coined the term “Boogey man”. For today’s travellers however, Makassar is sunshine heaven on earth. Makassar The coastal areas boast an abundance of surfing, diving and beach-bound activities set against a splendid backdrop of turquoise blue inviting … Continue reading Makassar, Indonesia

Medan, Indonesia

Throughout history, communities from different parts of the world have always flocked to and thrived in Medan, making it a city with rich and strong living traditions. Medan In addition to the native Bataks, the fourth largest city in Indonesia is characterized by sizeable Malay, Chinese and Indian populations, coupled by vibrant rhythms and ancient … Continue reading Medan, Indonesia

Solo, Indonesia

Sala, Surakarta, Solo – the ancient Mataram kingdom may have many names, but one charming personality. Solo Just 65 kilometres away from the more popular Yogyakarta, this Central Java city is the epitome of authentic Indonesian experience. From the great outdoors to its charming temples and its tantalizing local cuisine, the unique Batik-land of many … Continue reading Solo, Indonesia

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Yogyakarta is one of the most tourist-friendly cities in Indonesia. From great cultural places to fun places to shop and exciting outdoors activities, it has something for everyone. Yogyakarta Yogyakarta is regarded as an important centre for classical Javanese fine arts and culture such as ballet, batik textiles, drama, literature, music, poetry, silversmithing, visual arts, … Continue reading Yogyakarta, Indonesia