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Language Guide

Roamindonesia has added a Language Guide page to the site.  The page is designed to assist travellers to learn the basics of Bahasa Indonesia.  It is easy when staying in the more popular destinations such as Bali to think all Indonesians speak English.  This is not the case.  Away from the major tourist centres some people…

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Introducing Roamindonesia YouTube channel

Roamindonesia is pleased to announce the launch of our official YouTube channel. We’re looking forward to creating a range of beautiful and informative video’s from right across Indonesia to complement our existing content. So far, we’ve made a modest start with the launch of two video’s but we’ll soon be adding more, so be sure to Subscribe to our channel so…

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Site Update

If you’ve visited our site before, you might have noticed that something has changed. In our very first blog post Welcome to RoamIndonesia.com we said we wanted to build the most comprehensive website for off-the-beaten-track travel in Indonesia. We also said we’d be continuing to add new attractions, content and enhancements as part of our…

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Keeping Your Valuables Safe

Recently, whilst interacting with an online travel group, I came across a tale of woe from one traveller who had his camera stolen from the luggage he’d check-in for a flight.  Naturally his post sparked a lot of sympathy, but he also came under criticism for leaving his valuable items in his checked in luggage…

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Bringing you some of our favourite travel resources

We at Roamindonesia are thrilled to have joined the affiliate programs for several of our favourite travelling resources including: Agoda – one of the fastest-growing online hotel platforms worldwide. Agoda have long been our go-to site for great accommodation deals whenever we travel and with one of the widest hotel networks across Indonesia, we’re confident…

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Welcome to Roamindonesia.com

When we first conceived the idea of building the most comprehensive website for off-the-beaten-track travel in Indonesia, we seriously under estimated the amount of effort that was going to be required to pull everything together.  But with 17,700 islands, immense natural beauty, fascinating traditional cultures and friendly, welcoming people, trying to capture the best of…

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