Famed for their tongkonan houses, animist beliefs and elaborate funeral rituals, the Torajan people of South Sulawesi’s highlands are also expert coffee growers, producing a highly sort-after Arabica.
Experience Bali’s world-famous art hamlet Ubud at sunrise when vendors arrive for the local market and the sun glances through the green dew-covered rice terraces, filling them with radiant light.
Known as the ‘Fire Mountain’, Mount Merapi in central Java is Indonesia’s most active volcano, which locals believe lies on a mythical axis that keeps our world and the spirit world in balance.
Best known for being the gateway to Komodo National Park, Flores’ stunning mountain terrain, volcanic lakes, dense jungle and isolated indigenous tribes offer all sorts of opportunities for adventure.
Not only is Yogyakarta the cultural seat of Java, it’s home to the city’s shopping mecca Malioboro Street where visitors can browse endlessly for bargains, dine and be exquisitely entertained.