Indonesia Travel Guide
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If you’re on this page, then most likely you’re planning on traveling to Indonesia or you’re an Indonesian yourself – gotcha! Well, if it’s the first case, then please do yourself a favor and visit this beautiful country for an experience that you will remember for the rest of your life. Yes, I say that about many countries (you got me here), but what’s special about Indonesia is it’s diversity. No, it’s not just about Indonesia’s diverse landscape, but also about people, sub cultures, languages, food and art. This country is so spread out that it has 4 different time zones. I was invited here by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia on a press trip and I was lucky enough to explore many hidden areas. On this page you will find all the travel blog posts that I have ever written about Indonesia.
Bali, the island of Gods needs no introduction. After all, it is the most visited island in South East. In fact, I had almost written Bali off my travel bucket list assuming that every corner here will be touristy, but I couldn’t help being excited when I received an...read more
Raja Ampat Travel Guide has been written in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia. A big thanks to them for inviting Drifter Planet for a press trip to their beautiful country. Two months back I died and I went to heaven. Heaven looks like something...read more
In the middle of nowhere, surrounded by the sea, there lies a little island that is hidden to many. For a few hours a day, when the tide is low, this little island emerges out of the ocean. This is Pasir Timbul in Raja Ampat, which literally translates into “emerging...read more
Yogyakarta – a destination in Indonesia that transformed me into a cultural traveler. The best thing about traveling is learning while getting a chance to experience new things. If you ask me today to name a destination where I learned the most and did things that I...read more
This is one of my rare "travel diary" kind of posts which is a result of my introspection and where I express my deepest thoughts. Can visiting a place for just a few days change me for life? I thought to myself as I reflected back on the time I spent in Yogyakarta. I...read more