Here in Indonesia Travel Guide, we strive to bring all information about Indonesia for your independent travel here
– travel guides, planning, highlights, itineraries, accommodations, things to do, tourist attractions, travel stories, and travel tips.
We hope to help promote this wonderful country and show you that it is possible to travel independently in Indonesia.
We also hope to spur you to travel to this country full of friendly people, rich in culture and history, diverse in nature, and with both well-trodden and unbeaten tracks for you to enjoy and discover.
Hey! I am Rachel. Being fascinated by Indonesia, I hope to bring the best guides and tips to independent travelers.
This is so that you can enjoy the best of Indonesia. Being an independent wanderer myself, I know what it takes to make a good, fun-filled, yet responsible, independent traveling. So let’s join me to discover wonderful Indonesia together.
All Indonesia Travel Team
After arriving in Indonesia out of chance and without a plan, Mathias found himself staying and extending his travel in Indonesia to 3 months. Even so, he finds that he has yet to discover everything about this beautiful country. He wants to share his experiences and tips here in Indonesia Travel Guide to give back to the beautiful people he meets here and inspire others to come to discover this country.
Having lived in Jakarta for more than 20 years, Pearl has not even covered the tip of Indonesia’s diverse destinations, people, and food! Pearl loves shopping as much as enjoying luxury, but she knows all these have to be done sensibly and on a budget. Therefore, you may find the best scoop and offers in Jakarta and beyond with her.
Aisyah lives in Sumatra, beautiful Indonesia, and writes widely about food and travel in Southeast Asia. She is fluent in Indonesian and runs food tours educating travelers about Indonesian food and ingredients. She had traveled all over Indonesia but fell in love with North Sumatra when she first visited over 10 years ago. You can follow her on Twitter @BRITgrlINDOfood.
A native Indonesian still trying to travel and explore every part of her country. Though sometimes, she is curious to see what’s out there in the world and seek other knowledge, culture, and habits. She got a couple of chances to travel solo and now thinks it will give her more valuable experiences. Hence, she is planning now for her next solo journey.
Native New Yorker turned world traveler. As a first-generation Indonesian-Chinese-American (gado-gado, as the locals call her), Andrea has been practicing her Bahasa Indonesian and eating her way through the beautiful archipelago. After 16 months on the road, Andrea has finally settled in Australia… for now.
A traveler and a spontaneous trip planner, Diya is a freelance writer from India who is now settled in Singapore. She’s chosen to freelance as her career because it gives her the freedom to travel. Exploring South East Asia, Diya got fascinated by the Indonesian culture, its people, and, of course, the cuisine. She spends a lot of time finding/visiting interesting Indonesian destination spots and sharing her tips with all the wanderers.
Traveler by heart, Devender is a freelance travel writer from India who loves reading, writing, playing, singing, and much more. He is an admirer of the great diversity and natural beauty that Indonesia offers to its visitors. Enthralled by Indonesia’s rich history and culture, Devender attempts to provide valuable and interesting information on some of Indonesia’s most fascinating and remote destinations.
A writer with a mind that travels through time and with time. Having seen some of the most beautiful places in the world, Nil enjoys discovering new places and learning about its people. She believes in learning through the experiences of others for self-betterment. She also thinks that having an open mind will help us respect and understand one another.
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