Indonesia Expat

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

Aceh to Move Public Caning Indoors

The conservative Indonesian province of Aceh will no longer conduct the Shariah punishment of caning in public, its governor said Thursday. The displays had become...

Indonesian Woman Kept as “Slave” for 18 Years in England Returns Home

An Indonesian woman kept as a virtual slave by a family for almost two decades has returned to Indonesia after being rescued by the Metropolitan police’s modern...

Ethiopian Airlines to Start Direct Flight to Jakarta

Ethiopian Airlines is set to operate a direct flight to Jakarta, a move expected to boost trade between Africa and Indonesia. Ethiopian Airlines President Director...

Rohingya Muslim Rescued At Sea Off Sumatra

Indonesian fishermen have rescued at least five Rohingya off the island of Sumatra in the early hours of April 6 and brought them ashore, officials said, in the first...

Yayasan Wisma Cheshire

Yayasan Cheshire Indonesia or well known as Wisma Cheshire is a member of Global Alliance of Leonard Cheshire Disability, a non-government organisation based in London...

Pet Adoption in Jakarta with Garda Satwa Indonesia

A lot of animal lovers don’t know about the often-horrid conditions of puppy/kitten mills, or the unregulated breeding facilities owned by disreputable breeders. Dogs...

The History of Mapping Australia

The mapping of Australia holds a special place in the history of cartography, as both the search for the mythical Terra Australis or South Land, and the subsequent...

Jakarta’s First Comedy Club Celebrates 17 Years

April 21st, 2018 will mark 17 years of live international standup comedy in Jakarta. To celebrate, there will be an anniversary party at the American Club featuring top...

Created by Students for Students

by Peter Araman   The words “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country” spoken by John F Kennedy in 1962 have never been...

Watching Cekindo Grow in Bali

Established seven years ago in 2011 in Jakarta by the founding partners of the Czech Ina Group Ltd., PT Cekindo Bisnis Grup has become one of Indonesia’s leading...

“Slave Ship” Wanted by Interpol Seized by Indonesian Authorities

Indonesia seized an alleged “slave ship” following a dramatic high seas chase sparked by an Interpol alert after the vessel escaped capture in China and...

More than 50 People Dead This Month After Consuming Bootleg Liquor

More than 50 people have died this month from drinking bootleg alcohol in Indonesia, police and health officials said, including 11 on Monday. Alcohol is available in...

32.4 percent Less Traffic Since Introduction of Odd-Even Policy

According to an evaluation by the Indonesia Toll Road Authority, the implementation of the odd-even traffic policy has reduced traffic congestion along the...

Mount Sinabung Erupts After Month-Long Calm

Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra, erupted on Friday, April 6, spewing a massive volcanic ash column up to 5km into the air and sending hot clouds as far...