Karimunjawa, an Indonesian archipelago off Central Java, are still relatively undiscovered. Fishing is still the main source of income for islanders. Photo: Alamy

Off the radar, coral-fringed Indonesian islands are heaven for beach lovers, divers, and those who don’t need Wi-fi to have some fun

  • The Karimunjawa archipelago boasts pristine, near-deserted beaches and clear waters ideal for diving. They are reassuringly hard to reach, as well
  • Go beach and island hopping, or walk through mangrove forests, and wind down at the end of the day on the appropriately named Sunset Beach
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Karimunjawa, an Indonesian archipelago off Central Java, are still relatively undiscovered. Fishing is still the main source of income for islanders. Photo: Alamy
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Marissa Carruthers

Marissa Carruthers

Marissa is a British journalist of 15 years, who relocated to Cambodia almost six years ago. She writes about lifestyle, travel and culture across Southeast Asia and has been contributing to the Post for the last five years.