Bukittinggi

Bukittinggi has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a Sumatran market town. Colours takes time to explore under horsepower and finds that West Sumatra’s second-biggest city still retains much of its laid-back rural charm.

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The Archipelago Journal Lombok

It was as peaceful an afternoon as it could possibly be. The only sound was the waves lapping against our feet as we walked on Mandalika beach, where the bright cream sand contrasts harmoniously with the clear turquoise sea.

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Makassar

As one of the most significant colonial and trading cities across the East Indies and one of the most important
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Bangkok

Greater Bangkok is networked with a watery web of more than 300km of canals. In a city that is famous for its urban sprawl and epic traffic, one of the unexpected pleasures is to find peace

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Banjarmasin

Banjarmasin is the capital city of South Kalimantan. Unique architectural heritage, natural splendour and colourful floating markets have made Banjarmasin a charming riverfront getaway.
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