Indonesia’s motto translates as ‘many, yet one’. This is one way of summing up the sheer number of islands and cultural groups which make up the world’s fourth most populated country. It also describes the country’s history of colonisation, turbulence, economic growth, natural disaster and independence. Indonesia is a country of awe inspiring beauty, volcanoes, rainforest, diverse wildlife and endless sandy beaches. From the pumping nightlife of Jakarta to the beaches of Bali and the remote forests of Borneo it is quickly apparent that Indonesia is not really one country but many. So, eat only with your right hand, don’t wear Speedos in the temples, avoid patting other adults on the head, remember it is now illegal to spit on public transport in the capital and a whole host of fabulous adventures await those travelling to this exciting part of the world.