If I had to pick a favourite country in South Eastern Asia, it would have to be Indonesia. Even after spending a total of six or seven months there over the years, I’ve barely scratched the surface. It’s still the Wild Wild West of the region, and maybe that’s why I love it so much. The unpredictability. That and the dizzying display of multiculturalism, multilingualism, archaeological history, culinary history, I could go on, but this is supposed to be a photo essay right? Enjoy a ‘Taste of Sumatra’.
Postcard perfect Sumatra – Carpeted mountain ranges, ancient batik homes and a rich, intoxicating tradition stole my heart