Language And Travel Guide To Indonesia

Indonesia is a fascinating country and a rewarding destination for business and pleasure. The people are warm and friendly and they have rich cultural traditions and stunning arts and crafts. With more than 17,500 islands, there is something for everyone–from the spas and resorts on Bali to the ancient temples of Borobudur and Prambanan on Java.

Indonesia has some of the largest and most exotic islands in the world, including Bali, Borneo, Java, Komodo, New Guinea, and Sumatra—more than 17,500 islands in all. With more than 210 million people, Indonesia is the fourth most-populous country in the world. These islands only represent one percent of the world’s land area, but they are home to more than 10 percent of all mammal species—more known mammal species than any other country. As a result of a growing human population, Indonesia now has more endangered mammals than any other country, including the orangutan, Javan rhinoceros, Komodo dragon, Sumatran tiger, and the Sumatran elephant.

“Indonesia has some of the most amazing biodiversity in the world, but many ecosystems are under siege by the economic pressures of this rapidly growing nation,” Chandler said. “The country is doing its best to balance development and conservation, but it’s a challenge. If we can help this beautiful country expand its eco-tourism opportunities, it will help the locals support their families, while defending their ecosystems, which will benefit the country and the world.”

Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia

Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia.

Chandler penned his first Indonesian guidebook in 1994. He also has written eight other books about environmental success stories from around the world. The new Indonesian guidebook  has been updated, expanded and published to emphasize wildlife and marine destinations across numerous Indonesian islands.

If you are looking for adventure, you can go in search of wildlife, go scuba diving or surfing. Take a volcano trek. Your options are as diverse as this massive archipelago.

This photo tour of Indonesia will give you a quick introduction to Indonesia and its major islands.


For more information, visit Be sure to order your copy of the best language and travel guide available to make sure that you get the most from your vacation, adventure, or business trip. Author Gary R. Chandler offers excellent travel advice and simple language tips that will make a difference in your overall experience.

Chandler is the founder of Crossbow Communications, a firm that specializes in public affairs, public relations and issue management. The company is based in Denver and Phoenix. Chandler is donating all proceeds from this book to wildlife conservation causes in Indonesia.

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