Asia News Network
Denpasar: Indian movie 'fever' boosts travelling
The Indonesian people are passionate about Indian drama series and this "fever" is expected to boost the number of Indonesian travellers visiting India.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Nikkei Net Interactive
Developer Lippo Karawaci turns its sights to Indonesia's smaller cities
Through years of economic growth, Indonesia's capital has become increasingly crowded with high-rise apartments, office buildings and shopping malls.
Bishop to sign 'joint understanding' with Indonesia
Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop is due to sign an agreement in Indonesia today that aims to restore full diplomatic relations between the countries.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Asia's most overlooked paradise
With 7107 islands and a feast of screensaver-perfect backdrops - from dreamy tropical beaches and smouldering volcanoes to mesmerising rice terraces and crumbling Spanish relics - the Philippines is one of south-east Asia's most exotic getaways.
Malaysian National News Agency
Wide Opportunities To Invest In Indonesia's Samosir's Hospitality Industry
The investment opportunities in the hospitality industry in Samosir island district, North Sumatra, are still wide open for both domestic and foreign investors, noted Samosir District Head Mangindar Simbolon.
Rush for subsidised fuel in Indonesia
There has been a rush for subsidised fuel in several areas across Indonesia as the government rations supply.
Malaysian National News Agency
Russian Ambassador Expects Indonesia-Russia Trade To Reach US$5 Billion
Russian Ambassador to Indonesia Mikhail Galuzin is optimistic that bilateral trade between Indonesia and Russia will reach around US$5 billion in 2015, reports Indonesia's Antara news agency.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Asia News Network
JAKARTA: Toll roads, public transit projects drive up property prices in Indonesia
Property values in some areas of Greater Jakarta have unexpectedly surged with the construction of infrastructure and public transportation projects having been commenced or already completed.
NZ couple tell of horror Indonesian boat trip
HOME SAFE: Ngaire Wilkinson hugs her daughter Gaylene Wilkinson at Nelson Airport on her return from Indonesia when the boat Gaylene and her partner Tony Lawton, were travelling on sank.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Indonesia tightens security at world's largest Buddhist temple after ISIS threat
Buddhist monks walk through Borobudur temple during a ceremony on Vesak Day in Magelang in Indonesia's Central Java province Indonesian police have been put on alert at the Borobudur Temple after a threat against the world's biggest Buddhist temple and UNESCO World heritage Site was made on Facebook by Islamic State supporters.
Indonesia calls off search for Spaniards...
Indonesian authorities called off their search for two Spanish men Saturday, finding no sign of them one week after their tour boat sank in central Indonesia.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Otago Daily Times
Kiwis return after ferry ordeal
Two Kiwi tourists who survived an 18-hour ordeal after a ferry sank in Indonesia are due back in New Zealand today.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Can Indonesia's Jokowi meet expectations?
Political analyst Tobias Basuki likes to tell a story about Indonesian President-elect Joko Widodo that has perhaps been embellished over the years but shows why so many people have such high hopes for the country's next leader.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
International Business Times
Australia & Indonesia End Diplomatic Rift, Resume Intelligence & Military Cooperation
Visiting Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono gestures as he delivers a speech during his visit at the presidential palace in Manila May 23, 2014.
Stars and Stripes
Navy divers confirm sunken wreck is WWII vessel USS Houston
Fifteen survivors of the ill-fated cruiser USS Houston, and one sailor captured when Corregidor fell, are shown upon their arrival in Washington, Sept.
Indonesia expands search for missing tourists
Indonesian rescuers Tuesday expanded their search for two Spanish men still missing after a tourist boat sank at the weekend, forcing survivors to swim hours to dry land and drink their own urine.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Australia-Indonesia spy rift 'ends'
Australia's foreign minister says a deal has been reached with Indonesia to end a row over claims Australian agents spied on the Indonesian president.
2 tourists missing after cruise boat sinks in Indonesia
Search crews in Indonesia have suspended efforts to locate two tourists, still missing two and half days after the tourist boat they were traveling in sank.
Norwalk Citizen News
2 tourists still missing in Indonesia boat sinking
In this image taken from video Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014, survivors are checked by paramedics in Lombok, Indonesia, after a boat sank Saturday evening on its way from Lombok island to Komodo island.
Survivors of Indonesia boat ordeal drank urine, swam to volcano island
Thirteen people lost at sea for two days when their tourist boat sank in Indonesia were rescued on Monday after a horrific ordeal that had forced other survivors to swim to a volcanic island and drink their own urine.