There is something for everybody in Indonesia. In this month’s Solo Travel City Guide, find out what it’s like to travel alone in Lake Toba, Sumatra.
Bali is one of the most popular destinations in Indonesia. Nature, nightlife, religion, culture, and more can be appreciated here by solo travelers. Here are some Bali solo travel tips for you.
There’s more to Indonesia than Bali or Yogyakarta. From good food to nice beaches, Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi, has a lot to offer!
Do you have a few days to spend on the islands in Indonesia? Choose Gili Trawangan in Lombok. Aside from snorkeling and diving, you can do so many things there.
Bandung is best known for its outlet stores, yes, but don’t miss out on the exciting experiences that you can only find in its outskirts. Here are some day trips from Bandung that you can go to.
Hiking to Ijen Crater may not be that easy, but seeing the volcano’s blue flame makes all the challenges of going there very much worth it.
If you’re going to Jakarta, plan to spend at least one day in Bandung. You will love it! Here are my suggested things to do there.
Kawah Putih is definitely a must-see when you’re in Indonesia. Find out why this volcanic crater in West Java is a hit among local and foreign tourists.
Bandung, Indonesia recently held the Asian African Carnival, its biggest event of the year. With local and international delegates from 20 countries, it was indeed a day full of music and color.
Located merely an hour from Yogyakarta,Indonesia, Borobudur is the biggest Buddhist temple in the world.
Want to be inspired by the story of a solo female traveler? Read how Zuky of Indonesia hitchhiked solo in Europe for five weeks!
I’m going to Jakarta soon. Any tips on what to do there?