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​6 breathtaking photos of the night sky

From the Canadian Rockies to Finland’s Lake District, we searched Instagram for six stargazers who've turned staying up all night into an art form.

by Daniel Sendecki

Perfect Harmony: Connecting through music

Music has long been a vital instrument in transcending cultures. Artist and writer Candace Rose Rardon picks up a guitar to connect in new and more personal ways.

by Candace Rose Rardon

Packing List: Indonesia

Booked to Indonesia but don’t know what to pack? Join G Adventures’ Stephan Popescu as he details the must-haves in his suitcase.

by Stephan Popescu

Highlights of Sumatra

Travel blogger and G Adventures traveller Silvia Martin shares her top memories from a recent trip to Sumatra.

by Silvia Martin

Time-Lapse Tuesday: Water Temple in Bali

On Lake Bratan in the Balinese highlands is where you will find the Pura Bratan temple complex. It's also where our Time-lapse Tuesday is headed. Buckle up!

by G Adventures

5 Jaw-Dropping Sights in Indonesia

Think Indonesia is just Bali? Travel blogger Michael Turtle gives you five reasons to think again as he reviews his top jaw-dropping sights in this South Asian country.

by Michael Turtle

To Catch a Mermaid: 7 Spots to Hear the Siren Song

Diving into mermaid folklore, G Adventures’ very own Mark Bonington shares seven destinations where you’re most likely to catch these wildly popular—and notoriously reclusive—creatures.

by Mark Bonington

Instagrams of the Week: Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia: where you sometimes begin a journey, and other times, end one; a place which is at one turn cluttered, and another, jaw-droppingly expansive. Expect to see, taste, and hear more than you could ever imagine in this raucous part of the world, but remember to look for clues that reveal there's much more beneath the surface.

by Sacha Mlynek

Pics of the Week: Indonesia

Lying stretched along the equator, steamy and volcanic Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago, home to over 230 million people. The archipelago boasts around 17,000 diverse and unusual islands (of which 8,000 are inhabited); so, there's no shortage of subjects for this collection of 'Pics of the Week'.

by Daniel Sendecki

Your planet in 7 seconds: Balinese Kecak

Got seven seconds to spare? Spend them on this Balinese Kecak. Also known as the Monkey Chant, the piece is performed by a circle of at least 150 or more performers, percussively chanting "cak" and waving their arms. If time is money—these seven seconds are great value!

by Daniel Sendecki