Indonesia

Komodo Diving Guide

Komodo Diving Guide

A Lovely Planet contributors Sarah & James spent Christmas and New Year in Komodo, home to the largest land dragons in the world and thrill-seeking diving!   Komodo, Indonesia We’d heard from so many people on our travels that we must go to Komodo for some crazy current dives and to swim with the Mantas….

Borneo Itinerary – Two Weeks

Borneo Itinerary – Two Weeks

A Lovely Planet contributors Sarah and James give their perfect two week Borneo itinerary.   Kota Kinabalu (Four Days) Getting There Hop on an easy two and a half hour flight into Kota Kinabalu (KK) from Kuala Lumpur (KL). You can also do this itinerary in reverse by flying in to Tawau first which is…

A Guide To North Sulawesi, Indonesia

A Guide To North Sulawesi, Indonesia

A Lovely Planet contributors Sarah and James have spent the last month in North Sulawesi, checking out the best dive spots and exploring this lesser-known Indonesian destination. Here is their guide to the province.   Another great way to explore the best diving is on a liveaboard in Indonesia. A Guide To North Sulawesi, Indonesia…

The Kayon Resort in Ubud, Bali – Review

The Kayon Resort in Ubud, Bali – Review

I first visited Ubud in 2014 on a family holiday to Bali. We spent two days in the town and I loved it, so when I returned to Bali in October with my sister I was keen to head back there. Ubud has a huge selection of accommodation, from budget through to luxury, so it wasn’t…

Four Seasons Sayan, Ubud, Bali – Review

Four Seasons Sayan, Ubud, Bali – Review

On the way to Australia recently, I decided to have a little holiday en route, and booked a five day stopover in Bali. During this trip I was lucky enough to stay at both of The Four Seasons Resorts in Bali; Four Seasons Sayan and Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay (for Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay see review here)….

Where to stay in Bali

Where to stay in Bali

  Everything about Bali is lovely, the people, the beaches, the culture, and it’s still relatively cheap to visit. If you’re visiting from Europe, the most expensive thing will be the flight, which unfortunately does require a stopover. Usually in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Jakarta.  But if you can cope with that then it’s well…

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