Indonesia is a fascinating country in Southeast Asia made up of over 14,000 islands. In this new TripVlogger series, Lucy Taylor introduces us to some of Indonesia’s memorable highlights, from the palaces of Yogyakarta to the Buddhist temple of Borobudur. Find out what are the best dishes to try in Indonesia, what activities and attractions Bali has to offer beyond its famous beaches, and more! Watch the videos below to get going.
At the heart of the Javanese city of Yogyakarta sits the Kraton: a complex of royal palaces, temples and gardens that are not only a glorious tourist attraction, but also still function as the private residence of one of Indonesia’s last Sultans.
Indonesia’s cuisine is like its people: full of colour, spice and vibrant flavour, with so much more on offer than just Nasi Goreng! Here’s a guide some mouthwatering must-try flavours for visiting foodies.
The soaring towered temple of Borobudur was once the centre of the Buddhist world—until it was mysteriously abandoned before the 15th Century. Today, however, visitors come from around the world to admire the epic site and climb the levels to the top: Nirvana.
After the very best in Bali? The newly opened Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve is in a league of its own—combining effortless luxury with a stunning natural setting, while simultaneously highlighting the ancient and beautiful culture and traditions of Ubud.
Bali has reputation as an idyllic beach destination, but the island has a whole lot more to offer than just sun, sea and sand! From cultural performances and cat-poo coffee to temples and monkey sanctuaries, get off the beaten track…
[All video descriptions by the filmmaker.]