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Banda: the Forgotten Archipelago
Once the most coveted of Indonesia’s fabled Spice Islands, the Bandas have seen their fortunes fade over the centuries.
The early fog lifts slowly off the waters of the Rungan River in Central Kalimantan.
Into the Heart of Borneo
A languid cruise up Central Kalimantan’s Rungan River provides plenty of rewards, from visits to Dayak villages and orangutan sightings to...
Rice fields at Junjungan village, just north of bustling central Ubud.
Ubud’s Evergreen Allure
The verdant surrounds of Bali’s cultural and spiritual heartland are more alluring than ever, thanks to new levels of comfort and sophisti...
A Balinese temple still used by a local family was kept perfectly in-tact as the resort's centerpiece.
Checking In at Alila Seminyak, Bali
At the new seaside resort, minimalism is not exclusive with indulgence, nor peace and quiet with centrality, nor an impressive green ethos w...
Checking In at Dusit Thani Manila
Be it for business or leisure, Dusit Thani Manila is the best place to stay for its central location and top notch service.
Overlooking a verdant corner of Tinimbayo Valley from the mountain crest at Batutumonga.
The Afterlife and Times of Tana Toraja
Toraja is one of Indonesia’s most enticing destinations, yet many travelers pass it by in favor of Bali or Borobudur. They don’t know wh...
Interview with Chris Salans
DestinAsian talks with Chris Salans, the chef behind Bali's renowned Mozaic restaurant.
The sun rising over terraced coffee fields in the mountains of Garut regency, West Java.
In Search of Indonesia’s Best Coffee
A journey through the mountains of West Java and beyond reveals the love that goes into Indo's beans.
Ubud Neighborhood Guide
Bali’s once sleepy community of Ubud is enlivened by these four venues.
The Santai Two Bedroom
Checking In at The Santai
Escape the hustle and bustle of Bali's burgeoning hospitality scene with a stay at The Santai.