Indonesia is home to more than 17,000 islands—so why only visit the one overrun by tourists?
Thought to symbolize prosperity and fertility, every year the Sasak people gather to catch sea worms as part of a unique tradition in Lombok.
From gorillas in Uganda to Komodo Dragons in Indonesia—these are the best national parks for wildlife spotting around the globe.
With the flame-colored primates’ numbers dwindling, here’s how to responsibly jungle-trek to see them.
After suffering a tourism blow due to the pandemic, a small party town in Bali remains home to a different kind of traveler.
Your new neighbors are daily encounters with turtles, rays, countless fish, and the most colorful coral who also call the “house reef” home.
Bali sans tourists: Once an unfathomable concept, now the stark pandemic reality for an island rooted in hospitality.
From an international party island to a paradise ghost town, Indonesia’s Gili Trawangan is still left waiting for the return of tourists.
A look at the underwater life of Indonesia’s exclusive islands through a diver’s goggles.
This city by the sea may soon be in the sea.