(the free travel and culture guide you cannot
leave without, PDF),
Visiting Indonesia (free e-booklet to
prepare for your visit to
Recipes (free e-booklet, PDF)
No more Jet Lag
(fly without suffering jet lag)
Town of Ancient Locomotives (Indonesian, English)
Your Indonesia made handicrafts;
no mass production, made to your specifications,
shipped to your doorstep. Inquiries here.
The only free Indonesia travel book with the inside
look: the book you can't afford to miss.
"Enjoying Indonesia" covers where to go and what to
see, tips to pick up some Indonesian and explains our food,
how to appreciate geckos and how to survive oncoming traffic.
"Enjoying Indonesia" helps you understand Indonesians,
their smiles and body language.
For example, did you know that in Indonesia there is no 'Ladies First',
but rather 'Gentlemen First'?
"I wish this book had been available
many years ago before I came to
"The book takes out a rather
complex culture and simplifies it by bringing out important aspects and
explaining them. This sets it apart from the other travel books."
In a hurry? Why not read
our brief 37 page e-booklet on your tablet , smartphone
Download your free copy of Visiting
All the recipes from our
Recipes page plus a few more for your tablet, smartphone
Download your free copy of Easy Indonesian Recipes
No more Jet Lag
Flying to Indonesia. Anything between 6
and 15 hours. Will you arrive in tip-top condition? Or will you feel
exhausted? For the next few days will you feel sleepy during the day
and sleepless at night?
Those are some of the symptoms of jet lag and jet lag sucks.
Did you know that jet lag causes brain shrinkage, amnesia,
disorientation and more? Jetlag is not just a nuisance, it is a health
Traveling without jetlag, can it be done?
Sure enough: and even without drugs, gadgets or therapies.
Discover the secret of flying without jetlag in this non-academic, no
Why has nobody thought of this before?
Author: Chris Soebroto
Obtain your softcover or eBook copy at Lulu.com
Ambarawa, Town of
Ambarawa is a small town in Central Java, located between Semarang and
It is home to a former railway station, converted to the Ambarawa
Museum. The book gives a short history of the Dutch colonial railway
Central Java and an overview of the museum's collection of steam
Indonesian, English. By Eddy Supangkat.
Publisher: Griya Media,
Available in Indonesia in all major bookstores and at the Ambarawa
Railway Museum. Order
the book through Indonesia-ok!!
Handicrafts, made in
Trays, boxes and bags are among the products made by a group of
Yogyakarta, called Jogja Handicraft Makers. The
group's retail and
wholesale clientele not only hail from Indonesia, but also include
All products are based on customers' design and specifications to the
quality. For inquiries get in touch