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The risk you’re taking when you hire a scooter in Southeast Asia

The risk you’re taking when you hire a scooter in Southeast Asia

Young, carefree Aussie heads over to Thailand or Bali for a tropical holiday. They soak up the sun, hit the surf, sip on cocktails, buy a Bintang singlet and hire a scooter to get around. It is a rite of passage that many young Australians enjoy. Until it kills them, News Australia reported.

Indonesia’s Drug Czar is Threatening a Duterte-Style War on Drug Dealers

Indonesia’s Drug Czar is Threatening a Duterte-Style War on Drug Dealers

The head of Indonesia’s National Narcotics Agency (BNN) said Thursday that police should be prepared to shoot suspected drug dealers on the spot. His comments are the latest indication that senior officials in the country favor the sort of extrajudicial approach to suppressing the drug trade underway in the Philippines, as quoted from TIME.

Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

The world’s largest archipelago nation, its 17,000-odd islands are spattered across more than 3,000 miles of the equator.

Its 250 million inhabitants speak more than 700 languages and practice six official religions, not to mention a range of animist traditions.

One calculation suggests it would take 48 years to visit all of Indonesia. Yet, if two weeks is all you have, that shouldn’t stop you from discovering this diverse nation.

Top Tips For Your First Bali Surf Trip

Top Tips For Your First Bali Surf Trip

Bali, the ‘Island of the Gods,’ is quite literally surf paradise: the water’s warm, the waves are plentiful and consistent, the parties are pumping, almost everyone seems to sit somewhere on the scale of hot! to downright stunning, the food is delicious and cheap, the country is beautiful, and ragging around small roads through the […]

Most of Bali’s Tourist Sites Safe to Visit

Most of Bali’s Tourist Sites Safe to Visit

Bali Tourism Board (BTB) through Media Center Bali Tourism Hospitality convinced the world that should the eruption of Mount Agung occurs, 98 percent of destinations in Bali are still safe to visit.