Indonesia Expat

Indonesia Expat is Indonesia's largest expatriate readership (formerly known as Jakarta Expat and Bali Expat)

Dieng Plateau, Mt. Semeru Visitors Asked to Be Prepared for Freezing Temperatures

Parts of Indonesia have experienced unusually cold temperatures in the past few days, prompting authorities at the Dieng Plateau in Central Java and Mt. Semeru in East...

Importance of Regular Dental Check-Ups for Kids

Tooth decay is the most prevalent chronic disease – meaning that it takes quite some time to develop and even longer to eradicate – but it rarely prompts...

Take a Street Food Tour in Mombasa, Kenya

Food and travel vlogger Mark Wiens recently traveled to Mombasa, and was able to meet up with Farhana Oberson who specialises in travel and culture vlogging in Africa....

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Student Uses Closet to Grow Marijuana Plant in Bandung

Curiosity reportedly led a 21-year-old student, identified only as YCR, at a university in Bandung, West Java, to attempt to grow marijuana in the closet in his rented...

Chinese Video App “Tik Tok” Gets Banned in Indonesia

Indonesian authorities said on Wednesday, July 4, that they had banned Chinese video app Tik Tok for containing “pornography, inappropriate content and...

Human Rights Watch Report Says LGBT Crackdowns Fueling HIV Crisis in Indonesia

A crackdown against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in Indonesia is leading to a rise in HIV infections and causing a public health crisis, according to a...

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Open Your Eyes to a New Way of Learning!

21st century skills refers to a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits and character traits that are believed to be critically important to success in today’s...

Jakarta Police Instructed to Shoot on Sight for Street Crimes

To ensure security for the 2018 Asian Games, which will see thousands of international athletes and officials descend upon the Indonesian capital, Jakarta Police chief...

At Least 29 Dead After Another Ferry Sinks

At least 29 people died after a ferry sank near Sulawesi island, officials said on Wednesday, as rescue teams searched for dozens of missing passengers a day after the...

Bali Holds First Ultra Marathon for Bali Children Foundation

On May 26, 13 elite runners made an 84-kilometre run from The Lovina in Singaraja to Old Mans in Canggu for the first ever Bali Hope Ultra Marathon (BHU). It was an...

Bali Mother and Baby House

With Indonesia being a developing country, there is still a large number of women and teens with minimum knowledge of their reproductive system and pregnancy prevention....

Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Daze of Summer

The summer of 1976 was (and still is) the hottest and driest in the UK since records began, with the months of June, July and August offering little besides glorious...

Mount Agung Alert Raised to Level Three

Authorities have raised the alert level for Mount Agung in Karangasem regency, Bali, to Siaga (watch) status, or Level III of the four-tiered Indonesia volcano alert...

Five European Destinations to Discover this Autumn

Europe in the autumn offers visitors a more relaxed experience than the frantic pace of the tourist-filled summers. The kids are back at school, Europeans are back at...