Laos has never enjoyed the same distinction as a travel destination as some of its more frequented Southeast Asia neighbours like Thailand and Vietnam. Still, the nation offers many treasures for the traveler seeking to get away from the bustle found elsewhere.
Want to escape the crowded streets of Kuta and well-known Balinese sites to see a local’s side of the island? We asked Kevin for his local insights.
Away from the popular luxury resorts of Palawan in the west of the country, there's another side to island life in the Philippines.
Traveling overland can open the door to aspects of a country you might otherwise never see.
Listen to Episode 13 of The World Nomads Podcast. Which of Indonesia's 17 thousand islands to explore, the man caught between warring tribes and the travel app embracing the sharing culture
Nomad Jo discovers how we can take the first step in helping be part of the solution, and how we can reduce our travel footprint.
Indonesia recognizes six official religions, and around 245 non-official religions. How do they co-exist? Nomad Jo finds out.
Affectionately known as Jogja, Yogyakarta is a vibrant city of history and spectacular religious landmarks, but also home to a youthful buzz.
Discover Leuser National Park in Sumatra, the last place on Earth that rhinos, orangutans, elephants and tigers live side-by-side.
There are unspoilt Indonesian islands just waiting to be explored. Follow Nomad Jo as she travels to Karimunjawa for a taste of island life.
From slum to vibrant landmark, join Nomad Jo as she explores Indonesia’s Rainbow Village.
Alex Hatton finds himself caught between warring tribes in remote West Papua.
Sulawesi is one of the largest islands in the Indonesian archipelago, but it's often overlooked by travelers. We asked our insider, Morgan for her tips on exploring this misunderstood island.
It’s no lie Indonesia has a huge issue with waste management. But how did the situation become so bad? Siska Nirmala made the switch to a zero-waste lifestyle, and now she’s determined to make sure travelers and locals choose sustainable methods, too.