Jewels of Indonesia
Experience the rich cultures, stunning scenery, and fascinating wildlife of Southeast Asia, from colonial and modern Singapore and the World Heritage site of Borobudur to wild Borneo and serene Bali, on this unique cruise
- Insights from the West of Ireland
- Fabulous shots from Smithsonian Journeys Expert Kirt Kempter
- Visiting Mount Fuji, by way of rural Japan
- Saturday in Pamplona
Toni Tack is an archaeologist and art historian specializing in Southeast Asia who has lived and worked in Indonesia for more than 20 years. Toni studied at the Sorbonne University Paris and received her degree in art history and archaeology of Southeast Asia with a specialty in Indonesian studies from the University of Amsterdam. She has served as a consultant on documentaries about Indonesia produced by the BBC and The Discovery Channel. Toni worked as a consultant for various Indonesian governmental institutions as well as with UNESCO Indonesia on projects to safeguard the Borobudur Monument. Having traveled over virtually the entire Indonesian archipelago, she has in-depth knowledge of this part of the world. On tour, she will introduce you to her broad network of friends and colleaguesprofessors, politicians, businesspeople, musicians, spiritual leaders, and artists.