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On a Bike Through an Indonesian Kampong

On a bike through an Indonesian Kampong Indonesia is a fascinating country. The collection of islands close to the equator has everything from beaches, volcanoes, rain forest, legends and smiling people... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 12-10-16


Four Things To Do And See In Ubud-Bali, Indonesia

This post will take you straight to the cannot miss cultural treasures and famous landscapes found all around the island of Ubud-Bali in Indonesia. There are innumerable temples, historical sites, and spots of... Read More

Travel Post by My Beautiful Adventures on the 10-10-16


7 Ways to Make the Best of Flores Island

Flores Island is Indonesia’s next big thing Flores Island is emerging as one of the most fascinating islands in Indonesia. Rightfully so. Here you can swim in pristine lakes, dive at... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 07-10-16


Embarrassing Stories from my Travels

This weekend I played tourist in my hometown and took the Metro to the Olympic Stadium for First Fridays, a massive food truck gathering on the first Friday of each summer... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 05-09-16


Experience a Bit of China in Bintan: Senggarang Chinese Village

An afternoon in an Indonesian-Chinese Storybook Indonesia is a wonderfully diverse country. That might even be an understatement. The world’s largest archipelago country has hundreds of distinctive native ethnic groups, the... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 05-09-16


Eight Reasons to Visit Java

The most many visitors to Indonesia see of Java is Jakarta airport. But, while Indonesia’s gridlocked capital is a tough city to love, and hectic traffic makes this populous island tough... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 29-06-16


Betawi Food at Warung Mak Dower (WARNING: Stink Beans & Jengkol)

Jakarta is a melting pot of Indonesian cuisine from around the country. But one of the regional cuisines that seems... The post Betawi Food at Warung Mak Dower (WARNING: Stink... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 26-06-16


Indonesian Food: 50 of the Best Dishes You Should Eat

Why is Indonesian food so delicious? As I was about to dig into a plate of Nasi Padang, a nice... The post Indonesian Food: 50 of the Best Dishes You... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-05-16


Have You Been to Indonesia Yet? You Should!

Why Indonesia Should be Your Next Holiday Destination Indonesia is still a mysterious place to me. Understandably so, I’ve only seen a small part of this diverse country. Only 9 islands... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 16-05-16


Amazing Nasi Padang in Jakarta at Rumah Makan Surya

The first time you eat Nasi Padang, especially if you love powerful spices and flavors, will be an incredibly memorable... The post Amazing Nasi Padang in Jakarta at Rumah Makan... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 15-05-16


Soto Betawi: An Indonesian Dish You Have to Eat in Jakarta

Jakarta is a city packed with delicious food. And one of the best things about visiting Jakarta is that there’s a... The post Soto Betawi: An Indonesian Dish You Have to... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 08-05-16


How Not to Be a Travel Writer, Episode 97

I should have known that ten days off-the-path eclipse-chasing in East Indonesia, followed by a night at home, two days on the Gilis learning to freedive, a night at home, and... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 03-04-16


My first 3 months in Bali (Photostory)

Hey world! How are you? I’m fine, sitting in my garden in Canggu, Bali and doing a summary of my first three months in Bali. I haven’t been writing about my... Read More

Travel Post by Unboxing Traveller on the 29-03-16


SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC]

The post SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC] appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. 12 MONTHS CHASING THE... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 19-03-16


Becoming A Divemaster In Paradise: The Divemaster Internship

This post is part of a series called Divemaster Training In continuation of my Divemaster series, this is the third and final post. In Dec 2015, I spent a very memorable... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 14-03-16


Images of Bali: Where Art, Tradition and Happiness Meet

18 months after my trip to Bali I review my photos and get even more for the experience. Here are more images of Bali. The post Images of Bali: Where Art,... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 28-10-15


Discover The Chocolate Lovers Travel Guide

CHOCOLATE LOVERS TRAVEL GUIDE GET YOUR PASSPORT READY & DISCOVER THE WORLD OF CHOCOLATE Love to travel? Love chocolate? From munching down s’mores in the US to indulging in champagne truffles... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 01-10-15


THIS Is Why I Love Indonesia

I whine about Bali a lot, both because Bali and because British. But I love Indonesia. And this trip I’m on has reminded me why. Because Indonesia is the only place... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 21-09-15


30/52 :: Before the Ceremony, Bali

The 52 Weeks Series :: a photo a week, every week, in 2015. Life in Bali revolves around appeasing God, ancestors and demons. Daily offerings are placed in shrines dotted around homes,... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 26-07-15


21/52 :: Walking Through Paddy Fields in Ubud, Bali

Deftly walking along the raised grassy paths between the paddies, the girls sauntered through the fields as if they’d done it a hundred times before while I wondered who was going... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 27-05-15


Bloo Lagoon Ecotourism Village, Bali :: A Sustainable Utopia

Renowned for its lack of building regulations, Bali is in desperate need of more sustainable developments. Has Bloo Lagoon Ecotourism Village got it right? Sitting high on a hilltop, with panoramic... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 05-05-15


The Best Books for Learning Indonesian

As an intellectual friend, an intimidating chap who can be cerebral in several languages and do the basics in a handful more, observed, “Indonesian really is the Lego bricks of languages.”... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 23-04-15


Is THIS the Biggest Environmental Issue Facing Indonesia?

Ladies, gentlemen, environmentalists. Allow me to introduce the Aqua cup, or “Aqua gelas”, a single-use, single-cup serving of water that is designed to be thrown away. This, if you believe some... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 16-04-15


11/52 :: Sunrise at Bloo Lagoon, Bali

The 52 Weeks Series :: a photo a week, every week, in 2015. There’s a hugely popular Australia-based Instagrammer called Lauren Bath. Last year, she revealed her daily routine in an interview,... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 19-03-15


Toraja: Just Plain Mental

In January, we went back to Toraja, the highland area of Sulawesi that’s famous for its gory funerals, not to mention burying babies in trees. And, my god, even by Indonesian... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 15-03-15


Sulawesi Attractions: The Magical North

Sulawesi attractions: the magical North. This is a guest post from friend and fellow travel blogger Maria Alexandra from LatinAbroad.com. Right in the middle of The Coral Triangle in Indonesia lies Sulawesi,... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Trader on the 13-03-15


Friday Photo: Balinese Kris

This is Empu Nyoman Punduh, a kris-maker in Kintamani, Bali, with his masterpiece. The Balinese kris is central to the culture. A young man gets his first kris aged around... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 13-03-15


Southeast Asia In A Semester

Remember that money I saved? Well, I’ve finally decided to put it to use. This year, instead of spending my last four months in Houston back in college, I decided to graduate early... Read More

Travel Post by The Kay Days on the 10-01-15


Volcano-climbing in Indonesia

If you’re looking for thrills it doesn’t get any better than climbing volcanoes, and Indonesia has plenty of those! Mount Bromo  One of the most visited volcanoes in Indonesia is Mount Bromo. This... Read More

Travel Post by Backpacking Travel Blog on the 14-10-14


How Asia Changed My Life

The travel bug bit me at an early age. My father was in the military and we were stationed overseas and within the US throughout my childhood. I’ll admit that sometimes... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 13-09-14