London boasts a magnetic appeal, even for cash-strapped students. Colours discovers the more youthful, hip and affordable side of the British capital.
The Distinctive Craft of Bayat Pottery Making
One of the most well-known producers of ceramics in Indonesia, the village of Bayat, located 40 km from densely populated Yogyakarta, has acquired a reputation as a bustling pottery centre over the centuries of its existence.
Ketapang, a regency in the lesser-known tourist destination of West Kalimantan, now boasts a collection of beautiful, quiet beaches and well-maintained urban forests.
The province of North Maluku Utara might seem a long way from anywhere at first glance, but time and again these remarkable volcanic islands have found themselves at the centre of some of history’s most significant events.
One of the most interesting things about living and working in Indonesia is exploring the incredibly rich world of flavours, ingredients and beliefs. The traditional medicine, jamu, is a place where these three things meet.
The landscapes of Kei are like those seemingly perfect images painted by the brush strokes of Mooi Indie painters. The verdant green trees, the long stretches of white sandy beaches, the cool blue of the ocean and the waves; water so clear colourful fish can easily be spotted darting within.
Nicholas Saputra: Caring for Nature
Colours talks to actor and traveller Nicholas Saputra about his travels and his concern for the environment.
Giethoorn, a picturesque village in the Dutch countryside with thatched farmhouses, narrow canals, countless wooden bridges and tranquil wetlands, is best experienced in all its glory by boat.
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