Discover the cultural treasures of the Sulawesi highlands, the ancient villages are home to the indigenous Toraja people.
Bali’s rich culture ensures that its many religious and cultural festivals only add to the island’s unique allure.
North Lombok’s deserted beaches; rolling jungle and a unique culture make it difficult to pass up.
Venture by boat deep into the jungles of Kalimantan, home to the iconic Bornean orangutan.
Street food is a portal to a world of culinary heritage, so says Netflix’s new documentary series Streetfood, a fascinating look at the culinary talents of street vendors across Asia and the importance of street food.
Central Java is the island’s cultural and historical heartland set against a spectacular backdrop of mountains.
Candidasa’s beautiful seaside escapes in east Bali make it a peaceful alternative to southern beaches.
Sustainable travel is not just about making places beautiful, but supporting local communities.
Situated on the edge of Mount Rinjani National Park, Tetebatu is a haven for family oriented activities.
Khiri Travel Indonesia’s new Bali signature experience to the Batur caldera, will leave you in awe of nature.