Raja Ampat

With sublime scenery, spectacular marine life and tranquil waters, Indonesia’s Raja Ampat Islands are the perfect place to try liveaboard kayaking.

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Kendari

There has been an evolution in the heart of Southeast Sulawesi, transforming a hidden port into a modern city with iconic architecture nestled around a bay. Colours stopped by to witness the Kendari dynamic.

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Palangkaraya

Borneo belongs to three countries: Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. The largest portion is Indonesia’s, known as Kalimantan. The name is derived from the Sanskrit word Kalamanthana, meaning ‘burning weather island’, describing her hot and humid tropical climate.

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Jambi

Envisage a place where nomadic people live in the rainforest, practising ancient customs; where beautiful highlands are fragrant with the rich aroma of coffee, and a mist-shrouded lake is set among mountains. Merangin, in Sumatra’s Jambi province, is not well known among travellers – but that is part of its appeal.

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Selayar

Colours explores a group of islands at the tail-end of South Sulawesi, where pristine white-sand beaches meet turquoise waters rich in marine life, from baby turtles to splendid coral. Conservation and tourism can co-exist.

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