Indonesia recognizes six official religions, and around 245 non-official religions. How do they co-exist? Travel with Jo Raj from World Nomads as she visits some of the biggest Buddhist and Hindu sites in the world, and gets a little taste of Indones
"By picking up a paintbrush, the people of the Indonesian village of Kampung Pelangi, in Semarang, Java, have transformed where they live from slum to vibrant landmark. Join Jo Raj from World Nomads as she travels to The Rainbow Village.
Leuser National Park in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, is the last place on Earth that rhinos, orangutans, elephants and tigers live side-by-side. But in the depths of the Sumatran jungle, Jo Raj from World Nomads discovers an ugly truth.
While many travelers head for Bali, there are countless unspoilt Indonesian islands just waiting to be explored. Travel with World Nomads’ Jo Raj as she travels to Karimunjawa, easiest reached from Java, for a taste of island life.
Affectionately known as Jogja, the vibrant city of Yogyakarta, on Java, Indonesia, is a home to historic and religious landmarks, and a youthful buzz due to a number of universities and colleges. Travel with World Nomads’ Jo Raj as she navigates the