Indonesia: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

The case for staying in a home away from home.
Noa volunteered in India hoping to find love. What she found, instead, was companionship.
Volunteering abroad in Bali doesn't have to mean sacrificing dietary choices or restrictions.
Think that volunteering in Bali means that you should pack a bikini and flip-flops? Think again.
Volunteers in Bali ensure that houses become a home.
A stranger on a bus proves that the simplest gifts can be the most meaningful.
The 2004 tsunami that slammed South East Asia has all but disappeared from the headlines here, but in the year since a group of UBC students has been working quietly to help people in Aceh, Indonesia, rebuild their homes and lives.
This province of Indonesia felt the impact of the 2004 tsunami more than anywhere else on the planet. The good news? It has helped to wage peace in this war-torn region.
Attention eco-conscious travellers! This special destination section scans the map for the planet's top biological hotspots. From historical landmarks to reefs and forests, here are 13 eco hotspots you need to see—and ways you can make your travels contribute to their conservation.
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