Indonesian government begins construction on hospital in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

"Once completed, the Indonesian Hospital will be inclusive, regardless of background, ethnicity or religion, for all local people," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Arrmanatha...

Fate in the Fuzz: Indonesian man named ‘Polisi’ given job at police station after getting ticketed for traffic violation

If you read news about Indonesia from foreign media outlets, you’ve probably come across the disclaimer, “who, like...

Fate in the Fuzz: Indonesian man named ‘Polisi’ given job at police station after getting ticketed for traffic violation

Trade minister severely restricts imports of vape juice, says e-smokers will have to become regular smokers

Because the government is so consumed about consumer health (except, of course, when it comes to cigarettes).

Trade minister severely restricts imports of vape juice, says e-smokers will have to become regular smokers

Police arrest man suspected of raping and killing deaf-mute woman in Jogjakarta

Police in Jogjakarta, Central Java, have arrested a man suspected of the rape and murder of a 27-year-old deaf-mute...

Police arrest man suspected of raping and killing deaf-mute woman in Jogjakarta
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Coconuts Reader Survey 2017: Answer some questions for a chance to win a trip to The St. Regis Bali Resort

It’s that time of year again, when we pause for a moment to ask you, dear reader, a few questions. First of all, how are you doing? What have you been up to? Unlike our last Tinder date, we sincerely want to know! So tell us about yourself and, better yet, tell us how we’re ...

This secret cafe deep in Bangkok’s flower market will astound you (PHOTOS)

5 reasons why Klook is your new beloved travel companion

Here’s why Athens is the next big thing for Southeast Asian travelers

International cruise operator adds secluded MacLeod Island to itineraries

Thailand hopes to become new stop for luxury cruises

4 reasons why Pattaya is back as Bangkok’s favorite weekend getaway

New Travel Hubs support communities while welcoming visitors to southern Myanmar

Coconuts Reader Survey 2017: Answer some questions for a chance to win a trip to The St. Regis Bali Resort

Serbia grants visa-free entry to Indonesian citizens

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