There’s so much to see in Indonesia. With more than 17,000 islands, this archipelago offers isolated and pristine beaches for everyone. Beyond the coastline, there’s a diversity of landscape from snow-capped mountains to vast savannahs. It is also home to a myriad of unique wildlife, ancient traditions and remarkable architectures. Get a glimpse into the wondrous world of Indonesia through the pictures submitted to travel 3sixty° Photoblog, and inspire your next travel plans.
Compiled by: Ari Fajar
Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder as a toddler, Hanzhen learnt to recognise words by illustrating everyday objects with the help of his architect parents. It wasn’t long before his parents discovered that their son was able to sketch whatever he saw in incredible detail. The 16-year-old autistic savant* from Malaysia has since won an award and several commissions for his work. Hanzhen shares his aspirations and passion for art with travel 3sixty°.
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan
This Week in Travel: The Eiffel Tower Gets a Facelift, Tee Off in Langkawi & Amazing Hotel Architecture from China
Our picks from this week’s travel headlines
Fresh from hosting City Time Traveller, a 12-part architectural travel series that recently aired on Channel NewsAsia, award-winning Singapore-based eco architect Jason Pomeroy shares with travel 3Sixty° the inspiration behind his love of design, his favourite project and what cities may look like in the future.
Compiled By: Chitra Santhinathan Images: Pomeroy Studio Pte Ltd
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