The Iban people of western Sarawak have a fearsome reputation due to their history of headhunting. But these days the tribe enjoys a peaceful coexistence with its surroundings.
Bali’s first coast-to-coast hiking trail aims to champion regenerative farming and immerse tourists in authentic local culture.
Former private dining venture revealed as 2023 recipient of coveted American Express One to Watch award in conjunction with Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.
Visitors to Jakarta can escape the city’s bedlam and retreat to the leafy suburb of Menteng, the formative stomping ground of ex-US commander-in-chief Barack Obama
Remote Sukamade Beach in East Java is one of the world’s most important hatching grounds for endangered turtle species.
Mount Inerie, the highest peak on Flores, is not a climb for the faint-hearted, as our writer and his group found out as they attempted to scale the mighty volcano without a guide.
A trip to the nature reserve of Gunung Leuser in North Sumatra brings travellers into close — sometimes too close for comfort — contact with a population of resident orangutans. Images by Kit Yeng Chan
Galungan, a festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology, is one of Bali’s most colorful celebrations.
It’s one of the island’s most exclusive properties, but Cappella Ubud is forging links with Balinese communities and culture via immersive guest experiences like Keliki miniature painting classes and herbal medicine making.
Duncan Forgan’s interest is peaked as he discovers an activity at the height of fashion: scaling Indonesia’s mountains.
Tracing naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace’s long way home, Marco Ferrarese voyages from West Papua to the northern Moluccas, crossing the Halmahera Sea in a traditional wooden phinisi vessel.