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Our Guide to Indonesian Food

Indonesia is a startlingly diverse country and its cuisine is no different, we thought we’d put together a guide to our absolute favourites. Gado gado Gado gado literally means ‘mix mix’ in Indonesian and is the perfect name for this delicious salad. Made up of a mixture of different vegetables, boiled egg and potatoes with more »

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Up close with Komodo

Indonesia is a destination that ticks all of the boxes. For many it is all about beach relaxation, and for others it is the perfect place for adventure. Komodo National Park delivers both in equal measure and spending a few days cruising through this extraordinary archipelago is bound to be a highlight of any trip. more »

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Highlights of Java

We are excited to be launching Indonesia as part of our portfolio, offering tailor-made adventures through the steamy rainforests, rolling rice terraces and azure blue waters of this wild and wonderful destination. Here, Indonesia expert, Hannah, talks us through the highlights of Java, one of the very many islands that make up the archipelago. When more »

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5 Reasons To Explore Southeast Asia

Whether you fancy exploring underwater wrecks, relaxing on a deserted beach or immersing yourself among rich culture and heritage then Southeast Asia will satisfy your every desire. Our Asia specialist Holly gives her top 5 reasons to visit this beautiful and diverse part of the world… 1. The People As children greet you with beaming smiles more »

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Escape to Asia before the summer rush

Travelling before the summer rush means cheaper flights and accommodation, and avoiding large crowds before the summer season sets in. Not to go unmentioned is escaping the unpredictable weather, and making the most of the May bank holidays. It is a fantastic time to travel and given that it is “low season”, there’s still availability for this more »

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If you’re a diver, or want to start, Indonesia is your place!

Having grown up in Scotland, where swimming in murky lochs and plucking up the courage to dip a toe into the freezing North Sea was the norm, I was blown away by my first snorkeling trip. I was in Thailand and I couldn’t believe my eyes – I felt like I was swimming in an aquarium! more »

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