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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Palembang

Once called the ‘Venice of the East’, Palembang
is the ancient former capital of the powerful Srivijaya maritime kingdom. As the Sumatran city prepares to co-host the 2018 Asian Games, Ayos Purwoaji explores its dynamic combination of old and new.

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KAIMANA

Covering more than 180,000km2 in West Papua, Bird’s Head Seascape is home to one of the planet’s most biodiverse coral reefs. We’ll explore deserted coastlines and seldom-visited spots in search of the world’s largest fish from on board Sequoia – one of the newest luxury wooden vessels built to experience the best of this wealth of islands.

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Toraja

For hundreds of years Tana Toraja remained almost hidden from the outside world – a sort of Indonesian Shangri-La in the Sulawesi highlands. Mark Eveleigh has a life-and-death adventure in one of the world’s most fascinating communities.

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Explore Banyuwangi

With national parks full of curious wildlife, a forest out of a fantasy movie and beautiful beaches where you can watch the sun rise and set, Banyuwangi in East Java is becoming a must-see destination.

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