For visitors to Jakarta, the best place to start seeing the city’s sites is around the National Monument area. Here’s what there is to see.
On first impressions, Jakarta is just a busy and difficult city. But scratch below the surface and Indonesia’s capital reveals its best side.
Visiting the orangutan camps in the Indonesian part of Borneo is an unforgettable experience. Here are some tips on how to get there by boat.
The Ramayana Ballet, with the Prambanan Temple as the backdrop, is the most popular arts performance in Yogyakarta – for good reason!
The Kecak Fire Dance is a sight to behold. As the sun sets over Uluwatu Temple, the men chant as if in a trance, while the performance takes place.
Photos and description of what it is like to visit Mount Bromo in Indonesia. The view as the sun rises and then crossing the sand sea to climb to the top.
The spirituality of Bali insists there is a good and an evil in balance. You only have to visit the island to realise this applies to tourism as well…
At Yogyakarta’s Water Palace (Taman Sari), the Sultans of the region used to find their wives. Today you can stand in their tower and imagine those days.
The Royal Palace in Yogyakarta, known as the Keraton, is built on tradition. Inside, the colours and cultural heritage showcase the region’s history.