Maluku Islands Travel Guide

Made up of approximately 1,027 islands straddling the Equator, the Maluku Islands are situated in the north and east of Indonesia, scattered over an enormous 850 000 km² ranging from east of Sulawesi to the north of Timor and south of West Papua. Once prized as the only source of nutmeg, mace and cloves on earth, these…

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West Papua Travel Guide

Gam Island homestay, Raja Ampat, West Papua

West Papua marks the eastern extremity of the Indonesian Archipelago. As the western half of Papua, the world’s second biggest island, it’s a sizable chunk of land with only a relatively small population of less than 880,000.  It’s a land of contrasts – an exceptionally beautiful province boasting vast tracts of impenetrable jungle, cool grassy…

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Kalimantan (Borneo) Travel Guide

Lok Baintan floating market, Martapura River, Banjarmasin

More popularly known as Borneo, Kalimantan is Indonesia’s 73% share of the world’s third largest island. Just the name Borneo conjures up all sorts of images of early European explorers wearing safari suits and pith hats whilst plying jungle rivers in dugout canoes. Yet for a place with so much mystique and a huge landmass…

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