Brooding Mt Bromo, blissful Bunaken, the Orangutans of Sumatra and Flores’ Komodo Dragons: it’s no wonder Indonesia entices thousands of visitors each year. Happily, it’s
For visitors to Kuching wandering about the city’s fixation with all things cat, they’ll be pleased to know the clue’s in the name. Indeed, after
Our correspodent explores Wat Phu Champasak and is blown away the sheer scale and history of the temple.
(Borneo Editor: Before we start, head here to read part one.) Eating/drink Food is not an issue in Borneo’s Mukah. It’s well-cooked, varied and there’s
As I headed along the path I became convinced the Silk Spider was watching me, waiting for me to make one fatal mistake before trapping
Lakeside. Up until a few years ago, it was a name synonymous amongst the backpacking community with one locale: Beoung Kak Lake in Phnon Penh.
Our correspondent partakes in a fishing trip off Ko Chang and finds himself slightly out of his element.
As a misty dawn began to break over the Tengger Sand Sea the figures started appearing. At first it was a trickle, a few hardy souls briefly appearing before disappearing into
– For many visitors to Indonesia, the Banda Islands, renowned as the famous Spice Islands, represent something of an unknown entity. With all the classic
Our correspondent admires the history of Sri Lanka’s most striking hilltop fortress.