Railroad workers, porters, and construction workers measure their strength in this colossal showdown.
Residents of Pitu believe their land is sacred, allowing only their direct descendants to reside there.
In response to tight regulations on alcohol distribution, people have started to produce their own safe—and most importantly cheap—booze in their backyard.
Some of the world's best experimental and noise acts recently converged in the Indonesian city of Jogja for Nusasonic, a massive eleven-day festival.
Golek Garwo is like Muslim speed dating, but in the end you end up married.
Yeah, sure, it looks great, but can I take a selfie in front of it?
Twenty years after his fall, I went to a museum built by his family to see how they want us all to remember Indonesia's former dictator.
"It's hard to be a popular dangdut singer if you don't wear the sexy outfits or do the erotic dance moves. Most of my audience are horny men."
And the craziest part is that Fahmi Basya's theories about Borobudur and King Solomon are actually gaining ground in some corners of Indonesia.
From supporting each others' releases to teaching beatmaking workshops to children, these guys are putting community first on Jalan Wijilan in Yogyakarta.
An inside look at the high cost of progress.
The myth of the pulung gantung still holds a powerful, and deadly, sway over the people of Gunung Kidul.