Indonesia: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Palm oil is known as the food product that's destroying rainforests. But is there more to the story?
Each year, millions of travellers come to this small Indonesian island for its pristine beaches and reefs, and leave behind a mountain of rubbish.
For young Indonesians, a new land of opportunity could lie beneath the sea.
How do you share the emotions surrounding a trip didn't live up to your expectations—without offending others? 
Em explains why she decided to study midwifery in Bali—and how it's given birth to new perspectives.
Taking time out from helping others to help yourself. 
Emily discovers that not all volunteer abroad programs are built the same.
Tips for a perfect work abroad getaway.
Encounters with the young, educated Indonesian paparazzi.
The case for staying in a home away from home.
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