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Indonesia

Indonesia, a country of immense ecological and cultural diversity, stunning coastlines, and sprawling swathes of lush jungle, is a global capital of tourism and luxury travel. There’s a plethora of islands to explore, each of which boasts its own unique character and local culture.

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For visiting tourists, a trip to Indonesia will typically involve a stay at one of Bali’s ultra-luxury resorts, and whilst the island is well-deserving of its international popularity, there is a treasure trove of destinations such as Jakarta and Komodo to be explored. Nonetheless, Bali is the highlight of Indonesia’s luxury travel offerings, with the towns of Ubud, Seminyak and Gilli Islands providing limitless potential for sumptuous luxury experiences.

With forested volcanic mountains, beautiful rice paddies, pristine beaches, and coral reefs, you’ll also find Indonesia to be home to a bounty of culturally and historically important places. The country’s location means it can also be combined into an itinerary that seeks to cover multiple Asian countries in one comfortable trip.

Indonesia’s gorgeous natural environment and strong spiritual traditions have made the country a phenomenally popular destination for retreats and restorative experiences. Making the most of the breathtaking surroundings, this style of high-end retreat offers an escape from the bustle of daily life, and the chance to live-out your Eat, Pray, Love fantasy.

In particular, Bali is renowned as a rejuvenating wellness destination, with many world-class spas and yoga retreats focused on holistic healing and personal growth. Bliss out with Balinese massage, meditate in lush jungles, and recharge along serene black sand beaches. Bali’s serenity, beauty and spiritual heritage make it the ultimate place to nourish your mind, body and soul.


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A visually stunning nation full of culture, adventure, and spiritual purity, Indonesia is a great holiday destination for almost any sort of luxury traveller. It has everything you could possibly want and need from beautiful beaches in Bali to the mysterious marine ecosystem found in Komodo National Park. It’s not just fantastic outdoor environments that are waiting to be enjoyed; Indonesia is also home to a handful of cities that rank among the continent’s most vibrant and exciting. Jakarta is a regional capital and home to an awe-inspiringly diverse population.

The Gili Islands are a great add-on if you are looking to extend your trip. Easily tagged on to the end of any trip to Indonesia, each island in the Gilli atoll offers a different experience, the first is a partygoer’s paradise with some of Bali’s best nightlife, the second is perfect for honeymooners and the third is well-suited for those seeking a tropical dose of culture.

Most trips to Indonesia will involve time in Bali. Bali is a traveller’s paradise, with a host of adventures and activities packed into one island. Ubud is great if you like exploring jungles and going on temple treks, whilst the sandy stretches of busy Seminyak are a go-to spot for sun-seekers and day-ravers.

LGBTQ+ people in Indonesia face pressures and prejudices that are not shared with the wider public. Traditional mores and historied cultural prejudices disapprove of homosexuality and same-sex marriage is not recognized. Most regions within the country do not have any sodomy laws and the government does not currently prohibit private sexual activity between members of the same sex.

Travellers seeking a luxurious experience in Indonesia should definitely put Bali on their list. This gorgeous island is renowned for its lavish resorts, pristine beaches, and awe-inspiring views. For an off-the-beaten-path experience, take a private tour of the island’s breathtaking rice terraces to learn about local farming traditions. Afterward, unwind with a relaxing spa treatment at one of Bali’s many renowned spas offering everything from holistic therapies to traditional massages.

The island of Java is a must-see destination on any trip to Indonesia, especially for those looking to experience its rich historical past. Built sometime in the 9th century, the breathtaking Borobudur Temple has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is well worth a visit. A private guided tour will take visitors through the site’s intricate carvings and tell stories of its long and remarkable history.

Located in the heart of the Indonesian archipelago, Komodo Island is an adventurer’s paradise. Famous for its large population of Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizard species, visitors can take a private tour to experience these creatures up close and personal. In addition to dragon trekking, the island boasts world-class scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities with pristine coral reefs and a variety of marine life to explore.

Things to do in Indonesia

Ubud Monkey Forest

Located in Ubud, Bali, the Ubud Monkey Forest is home to a sizeable troop of over 700 monkeys. The forest provides a lush environment where visitors can observe these mischievous primates in their natural habitat, even interacting with them at designated feeding areas. Furthermore, the area boasts several Hindu temples and sculptures representative of the culture, making it a hugely culturally significant site as well. Also known for its stunning natural pathways and trails, the Ubud Monkey Forest welcomes visitors daily from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm, with mornings being ideal times to go.

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo, Indonesia’s iconic active volcano located in East Java, is a must-visit for travellers. Spectacular views of Bromo and its surrounding landscapes can be seen from various viewpoints nearby, with the most popular being Penanjakan, which can be reached either by 4×4 vehicles or by foot. Trekking up to the volcano’s crater is also an unforgettable experience where visitors witness remarkable sunsets and sunrises while crossing the Sea of Sand – an extensive volcanic ash space that encircles the mountain. For those who prefer not to hike, horseback tours are also available.

The Coral Triangle

The Coral Triangle of Indonesia is a stunningly beautiful region of the ocean renowned for its extraordinary biodiversity. Home to some of the most vibrant coral reefs in the world, it’s a must-see destination for any snorkeling or scuba diving enthusiast. This tropical paradise is home to amazing wildlife, from rare species like whale sharks, manta rays, and sea turtles to more common fish found in the warm waters. There are also plenty of luxury dive resorts and liveaboards available for travellers wishing to stay longer and get an up close and personal look at this wonderful ecosystem. Visitors planning on visiting should aim to come during the dry season, which runs from April through November.

  • January

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    Indonesia is on the Equator, so benefits from warm year-round weather. However, the months between November and March see widespread rain, particularly in the south.

  • February

    25°C - 35°C

    Indonesia is on the Equator, so benefits from warm year-round weather. However, the months between November and March see widespread rain, particularly in the south.

  • March

    25°C - 35°C

    Indonesia is on the Equator, so benefits from warm year-round weather. However, the months between November and March see widespread rain, particularly in the south.

  • April

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • May

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • June

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • July

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • August

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • September

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • October

    25°C - 35°C

    April to October is the best time to visit Indonesia as the weather will be perfect for activities such as island-hopping, snorkeling, and relaxing on any of the country’s stunning beaches.

  • November

    25°C - 35°C

    Indonesia is on the Equator, so benefits from warm year-round weather. However, the months between November and March see widespread rain, particularly in the south.

  • December

    25°C - 35°C

    Indonesia is on the Equator, so benefits from warm year-round weather. However, the months between November and March see widespread rain, particularly in the south.

Flying is the most popular mode of transportation when visiting Indonesia. The primary airport in the country is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport located in Jakarta, which is the busiest airport in Indonesia and serves many international flights. Other key airports offering international flights around the country include Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, Sam Ratulangi International Airport in Manado, Polonia International Airport in Medan, and Juanda International Airport in Surabaya. Before booking your flight to Indonesia, make sure to check visa requirements as a visa may be required for some travellers.

If you’re looking for an aquatic adventure in Indonesia, sailing is a great way to explore the 17,000+ remote islands of the Indonesian archipelago. You will find plenty of rental charters with experienced captains who can take you across these beautiful tropical waters. However, it is important to note that sea conditions can be dangerous, so planning your journey carefully and having all your safety gear ready is imperative.

Before you plan a trip to Indonesia, talk to your doctor and make sure you’re up to date on your required immunisations. Depending on where you are coming from, you may need certification of vaccination against yellow fever or other diseases. Keep in mind that areas of Indonesia have a high risk for malaria, typhoid, and dengue fever, so be sure to bring insect repellent and anti-malarials along for protection.

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