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With heavenly tropical beaches, pulsating cities, breathtaking natural landscapes and a fusion of fascinating cultures packed into more than 18,000 islands, the Republic of Indonesia is a truly diverse destination. Explore Indonesia’s cultural heartland in Java, traverse dense jungle in Sumatra and relax on a beautiful palm-lined beach in Bali. Sail around this magnificent archipelago and discover the wealth of culture in each region. See magnificent Islamic mosques, Hindu temples and sultans’ palaces or enjoy a unique gong-like Indonesian gamelan and a shadow puppet performance.
For a tropical beach paradise, visit the tiny island of Bali in Indonesia’s central south. Swim in the warm waters or surf the rolling breaks on Bali’s beautiful beaches. Rejuvenate your senses at a beachfront wellness center with a spa or massage treatment. Hike along mountain ridges to Mount Batur for breathtaking volcano views. Wander through Ubud Monkey Forest to see the rainforest’s scenic greenery, sacred stone carvings, ancient temples and playful monkeys. See magnificent Hindu temples amid lush rice terraces and water gardens, such as Gunung Kawi, Saraswati and Klungung.
Indonesia is a world-famous scuba diving destination. Explore brilliantly varied hues of the reefs and see tropical underwater life at Bunaken, Wakatobi and the Gili Islands. For the archipelago’s best surf spots, charter a private boat tour across the Mentawai Islands, off Sumatra’s west coast.
Explore Java and the capital city of Jakarta, a bustling metropolis, filled with fantastic shopping, arts institutions and cultural treasures. See traditional puppet and dance shows in Yogyakarta, explore the ancient Buddhist monument at Borobudur and admire the stunning spires of the Prambanan Hindu temples.
Try regional Indonesian cuisine. Sample delicious gado-gado, seasonal vegetables with peanut sauce, or traditional nasi goreng fried rice. Street vendors (warung) and eating houses (rumah makan) sell simple, authentic meals and drinks. Indonesian etiquette requires eating with only your right hand if utensils are unavailable.
Reach Indonesia by plane or boat. Explore the archipelago by air, ferry, bus or rented car or scooter. Passenger trains also operate on Java and Sumatra. Indonesia has a warm climate year-round with a wet season between October and April.
A: Soak up Jakarta like a local. Get around the attractions of Surabaya with ease. Not only will your rental car make things easier, it'll make them more fun too. Sure, you can get around the cities by bus and taxi if you need. But if you're going into the region of Indonesia or farther afield, have a look at our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Indonesia.
A: That really depends on where you're planning to begin your holiday in Indonesia. These are the airport terminals that service most incoming and outgoing flights in the country:
A: The most popular accommodation in Indonesia are hotels. There are also lots of guest houses, apartments and villas.
A: Flights, wheels and somewhere to rest up when the day is over — we have you covered. You just need to consider what combination of these you need. With Expedia, you can shape your holiday to Indonesia exactly how you like it, with loads of activities and experiences on offer to boot.
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A: First stop, Jakarta. Kick-start your holiday with a trip to well-known attractions like National Monument, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah and Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.
Next stop, Surabaya. During your stay here, carve out some time to swing by Tunjungan Plaza, Surabaya Town Square and Royal Plaza Surabaya.
Lastly, go straight to Medan Mall, Sun Plaza and University of North Sumatera if your plan is to stay in Medan.
Property is beautiful, set in amazing gardens with water features/pools. Large hotel but set out well. As we went in March the hotel was very quiet. The pool areas had a lot of sun beds which made it look crowded, I would take half away so to make the place more couple friendly.
Great location right in the middle of everything and just 10 mins to beach. Lovely attentive staff
Very nice hotel, Great staff, will book again once I am in the area again, hopefully Expedia fixes my account by then!
This was the nicest hotel we stayed at in Bali, it was great!
Excellent doesn't even begin to describe our stay, the room, staff, food, gardens, pool everything just incredible, we felt like royalty, the breakfast out of this world absolutely amazing, the staff were always super friendly, acknowledging us every time one saw us, beds and pillows super comfortable, ...
The Hotel location right in the shopping district and connected directly to one of the Best Shopping Center in Jakarta.
This place is OK, as always in Bali the staff were super friendly, the resort itself was nice, the views are great. The Royal villas for me are a little odd, the downstairs pool area can feel a little dark and small. The breakfast was in my opinion average at best, the fruit was delicious (you cant ...