Read through NOW! Jakarta contributors' experience in North Lombok, where Stephanie Brookes and David Metcalf explore its stunning coastline and beautiful terraced rice fields.
Here is a sundown rundown of Bali’s most admired spots, with front row seats to enjoy the golden and blue hours without any grey buildings in sight!
There are more than 800,000 mosques around the country. Most mosques still carry Arabian and Byzantium conventional style of design. On the other hand, these mosques are more contemporary in architecture.
A lot of Medan’s top attractions are focused around food and you can sign up for a food tour, or simply go it alone and explore the sights, smells, and tastes of the city by yourself.
Spending time in nature, standing on the rim of an active volcano was made more meaningful by catching a brief moment with a flower seller and finding out a little about the legend of the Tengger people.
Water is often called the elixir of life. Even today, sacred bathing spaces, such as Belahan and Jolotundo in East Java are used for purification ceremonies.
There are no walls between me and the sea, and the balcony juts out slightly over the edge of the water.
Go on the hunt for a local battle Peresean stick-fighting ritual and see a most extraordinary display of Sasak skill, dance and combat play out.