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.
Shopkeepers sit on stools and sell vegetables, fires burn with pots boiling on top, a woman cuts open a coconut. This is a market as authentic as they come!
The Royal Palace in Yogyakarta, known as the Keraton, is built on tradition. Inside, the colours and cultural heritage showcase the region’s history.
In this photo essay, we go behind the scenes of the famous Gudeg Yu Djum restaurant in Yogyakarta to see how they make the iconic nasi gudeg dish.
The diving may be the main attraction at Raja Ampat but this Indonesian archipelago also has plenty of culture to explore.
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.
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.
These islands have the richest marine biodiversity in the world. Divers have discovered the region but it’s still an adventure for the average traveller.
Up close with the amazing Komodo dragons on Komodo Island in Indonesia. The only place they live! They look slow and lethargic but watch out: they can kill!