Our correspondent offers a rundown of Malaysia’s principal language; a vernacular, the eagle-eyed will no doubt attest, that offers striking similarities with Bahasa Indonesia.
One of the lesser-heralded joys of visiting Indonesia is that of simply exploring without purpose, as evidenced by traipsing around this selection of treasure chests.
Our correspondent appears in Borneo’s rainforest, observed and captivated by tiny creatures of the night.
Our correspondent catches a glimpse of the ghostly machinations driving rainforest life.
Never has there been a more symbiotic bond than ‘twixt the archipelago and tobacco.
Our correspondent gazes in wonderment at an unexpectedly eye-catching Kalimantan masjid.
Our correspondent ventures to the globe’s most literal namesake city.
Our correspondent presents a general overview of a lesser-heralded stop in Borneo.