Sumba Island, Indonesia

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Nihi Sumba: The Ultimate Hideaway

Sometimes, remarkable hideaways turn up in the unlikeliest of places. Located 250 miles east of Bali, Nihi Sumba is one such example.

Last Word: Singapore’s Sudden Hotel Boom

Though known as a hotel desert for years, Singapore is now experiencing an awakening as a number of luxury and boutique hotels open across the island.

Five Endangered Species in Indonesia

Indonesia's tropical forests are home to a wide variety of species, many facing extinction. Here are five to know.

Amanwana: Glamping at Its Finest, in Indonesia

Amanwana's tented wilderness retreat provides direct access to all the natural wonders on the island of Moya without skimping on luxury.

Jakarta's Urban Sanctuary

Jakarta attracts relatively few foreign visitors. But for those overnighting there, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta offers a sanctuary amid the sprawl.

Indonesia: Where Komodo Dragons Are King

Take a trip to the Indonesian islands to view the mighty Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard, and snorkel in the pristine Flores Sea.

A Journey to the Orangutans

After an hourlong flight across the Java Sea from Jakarta, I landed at Pangkalan Bun, near Borneo, to meet my guide and the orangutans that call it home.

Indelible Memory: Dawn at Nihi Sumba

Sometimes traveler's insomnia has its advantages. A case of jet lag gifts us peaceful early-morning reveries on the remote Indonesian island of Sumba.

Cruising the Indonesian Archipelago

The best way to explore the remoter areas of the Indonesian archipelago is by luxury boat. Aman Resorts and Alila Hotels offer upscale options.

Letter From the Editor: June 2018

Sometimes, we discover a place that is truly one of a kind. For the June 2018 Hideaway Report, we review a spectacular resort on the Indonesian island of Sumba.

Newly Recommended Hotels in Indonesia

The June 2018 issue of The Hideaway Report covers Indonesia and Amsterdam, where we discovered several new impressive hotels.

A Serene Clifftop Sanctuary in Bali

Nowadays travel sophisticates tend to sniff, "Bali's finished," but that's not fair. We visited Alila Villas Uluwatu in the south and were duly impressed.