Deep Blue Breathtaking Sunset in South of Nias Island

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – In the soft sunlight of the Nias island dry season everything looks better. Nias island makes you wanna rest at every corner to take a photo. We stopped at west Sorake, south of Nias to capture this deep… Continue Reading

Nias Island Fashion Show, Absolutely Amazing!

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies! This blog post NOT about New York Fashion Week or Stockholm Fashion Week. But, I attended a fashion show in the middle of the Nias island… but with a difference. AAAKK! I had the honour… Continue Reading

The Faces of Nias Island

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkies everywhere! Yesterday, I wrote about the stone music of Nias island. And, this day, I’m sharing a bit about the faces of Niassans. A super cute, a glance, a look, a shy smile, a tan,… Continue Reading

The Stone Music of Nias Island

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Bawomataluo village, Nias island is best known for its diversity of festivals and celebration. The most well-known events are War Dances, performed regularly for travel junkies, and Stone Jumping, a manhood ritual that sees young men leaping over… Continue Reading

45 Unique Excursions In Jakarta

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – People are always asking me what to do in Jakarta and you think Jakarta is Indonesia’s most hip city or not, there’s no denying the city’s special place in the world today. That’s why I want to share… Continue Reading

Extraordinary Experiences Nias War Dance

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – A few years ago, I was invited to the glamorous Nias Cultural Passage with Sony Alpha. Nias is best known for its diversity of festivals and celebration. The ‘wave’ is superb and has deservedly kept this far-flung island… Continue Reading

Postcards From Tanimbar Islands Before the Twentieth Century

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – The Tanimbar Islands are part of the Banda Sea Islands moist deciduous forests ecoregion. The Tanimbar Islands, also called Timur Laut, are a group of about 65 islands in the Maluku province of Indonesia, including Fordata, Larat, Maru,… Continue Reading

Postcards from Dodola Islands

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Yes I am back home in Dodola Islands. It’s a little island off the coast of Morotai, fringed with white sand as soft as powder snow, paired with an even smaller island by a narrow isthmus which disappears altogether… Continue Reading

The Cendrawasih : Birds of Paradise

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Give yourself at least a few days around northern Papua and southern Maluku. Once you have learned about birds of paradise. Over 40 different species of cenderawasih (bird of paradise) are found in small areas of northern Papua… Continue Reading