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The highly successful Globetrotter Travel Series, which includes Travel Guides, Travel Maps, Road Atlases, Best Of Pocket Guides and In Your Pocket Language Guides, presently covers more than 90 destinations worldwide. The Packs are excellent value, including both a guidebook and a softcover version of the foldout Globetrotter map of the region, in a printed plastic wallet. The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips and recommendations, accompanied by colour photographs, charts and maps for the first-time traveller who wants to experience the major highlights that Indonesia has to offer. The fold-out map of Indonesia is ideal for tourists and visitors.
Dr Janet Cochrane is a Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for Responsible Tourism at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Her involvement in Indonesia stretches back to 1979, and she has spent a total of eight years working and travelling in the country. Debbie Martyr has lived and worked in Western Sumatra for 15 years. A former journalist, she has written widely on Indonesia.