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Party in Jakarta, trek through virgin rainforest in Sumatra and explore Komodo Island home to the famous Komodo dragon. Indonesia is truly off the beaten path come here to wade through jungles, mingle with locals on bus journeys and to have a genuine experience of Southeast Asia. Footprint FocusIndonesia will take you from the warm waters of Lake Toba to the white sand beaches of Bali. This guide includes listings on the best places to eat and sleep, plus information on tours and activities. Slim enough to fit in your pocket. With comprehensive coverage of all the main sights, plus information on activities to take you off the beaten path, Footprint FocusIndonesia is the ideal companion to Southeast Asia's most adventurous country. The content of the Footprint focusIndonesiaguide has been extracted from Footprint's Southeast Asia Handbook.
Paul Dixon has travelled extensively in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent. He has spent the last nine years living and working in Indonesia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and China as an English teacher. When not preparing his students for exams, Paul writes travel articles for several foreign magazines and travel websites, as well as helping to research and write guidebooks for Footprint.