What better way to see Indonesia’s many aspects than through the eyes of the insiders who passionately and outstandingly share it to the world? From parenting to food and fashion, discover the best Indonesian bloggers.
Diana Rikasari of Hot Chocolate and Mint
Blogging since 2007, Diana is one of the earliest blogosphere queens sharing colorful, fashionable photos and everyday narratives of her eccentric life. Her award-winning blog, Hot Chocolate and Mint, has also gained a large online community, numerous collaborations, as well as a graphic book trilogy, #88LOVELIFE.
Bowie Holiday of The Travel Junkie
Aren’t we all travel junkies? But Bowie Holiday from The Travel Junkie is living the dream. Sift through his travel pictures—foods, restaurants, hotels, experiences—and you’ll agree. Traveling to various corners of Indonesia, Asia, and Europe, he received national and international awards for the brilliantly-written blog with coveted photographs that will give you instant wanderlust.
Marius Tjenderasa and Julia Veronica of Anak Jajan
Brainchild of a power couple Marius and Julia, Anak Jajan showcases distinctively mouthwatering pictures of various meals the couple encounter during their travels and everyday city exploration. From food-hunting to restaurant recommendations, cooking recipes to shopping, this award-winning blog is often a reference when looking for something exciting food-related.
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The combo of Olivia’s chic personal style, insightful fashion and life tips, stunning photographs and intimate writing style, make her blog so interesting to read. More than boasting awe-inspiring style pictures, the famed fashion influencer tells you how to pull off specific styles the way she does it, from rocking ballet flats to comfortable airport outfit.
From product hauls to daily make-up tips, many Asians look up to Stella Lee for beauty advice. She is especially interested in all things Japanese, from skincare products, style, to travel tips. In 2015, her story undergoing plastic surgery in South Korea gained her more attention and devoted readers.
A photographer-turned-blogger, Alodita graces her blog with stunning photographs and helpful tips on beauty, lifestyle, and parenting. Her friendly, conversational tone while telling readers about products and experiences she loves, or musings of the day makes readers feel like they know her.
Hans Danials of Eat and Treats
From Bali to Jakarta and other destinations, Hans takes his readers from restaurants to cafés and hotels with his honest and detailed reviews. His keen eye for photogenic spots and skillful photography techniques make the blog posts at Eat and Treats not only engaging to read, but also delightful to see.
This young Indonesian entrepreneur shares his tech reviews and daily musings through his blog Sheggario. Mostly known as the founder of one of Jakarta’s first co-working spaces, Comma Indonesia, Ario is familiar with important updates in business and tech.
Elle & Jess
Elissa and Jessica are the sisters behind one of Indonesia’s most popular fashion and lifestyle blogs, Elle & Jess. Their blog walks readers through the duo’s stylish adventures, from fashion inspirations, food, to travel and reviews. Beyond pretty pictures, sometimes they also tell heartwarming stories of daily life and musings, making the blog feel real and intimate.
Trinity of The Naked Traveler
Starting as a travel writer and blogger, Trinity is now an acclaimed author with 13 national best-selling books. More than just showcasing pretty pictures of exotic destinations in 84 countries around the world, Trinity is an epic storyteller whose narrative will not only spread the travel bug, but actually open readers’ minds for new insights she picked up during her travels.