This massive island nation is sure to be on everyone’s travel list. Home to the quintessential honeymoon destination Bali & every scuba diver’s dream Raja Ampat. This archipelago has over 17000 islands! So what are you waiting for?
Are you ready to explore Indonesia?
With my blogs on Indonesia, I’ll take you through my journey. Right from the ultimate guide to visiting Bali, Travel Guide to Lombok & Everything you need to know about visiting Komodo national park. These guides will answer all your questions about planning your trip. In addition to that find blogs that help you choose the right spot to stay if you are a first-time traveller & based on your interests. For all you vegan travellers out there, I have the perfect vegan food guide to Indonesia. Including city-specific guides for vegans visiting Bali. It is also great for vegetarians travelling to Indonesia. And to top it all my blogs will chalk out the basic cost of all the essentials so you can plan your budget better.
So go ahead, explore Indonesia through my words!
Best Books to Read Before Visiting Indonesia
A Brief History of Indonesia by Tim Hannigan
It is an informative and engaging book that delves into the rich history of Indonesia, from the earliest known human settlements to the modern era. Hannigan covers a wide range of topics, including the rise and fall of ancient empires, the arrival of Islam, the Dutch colonial period, and the struggles for independence in the 20th century. The book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in travelling to Indonesia and learning more about its fascinating history.
A House in Bali by Colin McPhee
It is a memoir that chronicles the author’s experiences living in Bali in the 1930s. McPhee, a Canadian composer and ethnomusicologist, was captivated by the music and culture of Bali and spent several years living there, studying and collecting traditional Balinese music. His book provides a vivid and personal account of his time in Bali, and offers insights into the island’s art, religion, and way of life. For those planning on travelling to Indonesia, A House in Bali is a must-read.
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
It is a bestselling memoir that tells the story of the author’s journey of self-discovery after a difficult divorce. The book is divided into three parts: Italy, where Gilbert indulges in food and pleasure; India, where she seeks spiritual enlightenment; and Indonesia, where she finds love and inner peace. The section on Indonesia provides a vivid and colorful portrayal of the country, its people, and its culture. For those interested in travelling to Indonesia, Eat, Pray, Love offers a unique perspective on the country and its people.