Indonesia - Indonesia is a diversified Southeast Asian treasure
Indonesia is a diversified Southeast Asian treasure, from the pristine beaches of Bali to the tumultuous melting pot of Jakarta. West Java and Sumatra have some of the world's most stunning tropical woods, making them ideal for jungle trekking. Yogyakarta's Prambanan collection of Hindu temples will astonish you with its architecture and spiritual ambiance. Jakarta, the capital city, is a cultural and political hotspot with museums, performing arts institutes, and traditional food booths.
Best time to visit: Jul-Aug-To-Dec
Things to do: Go Surfing in Kuta, Ride a Water Jetpack, Sunbathing on a Beach, Climbing the Rinjani Mountain
HOW TO REACH INDONESIA
- Flight - Take a flight either to Soekarno–Hatta International Airport in Jakarta or Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. Airlines- Garuda Indonesia, Batik Air, Emirates Flights, Air India, IndiGo, Vistara and more!
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Ferries - Public ferries run regularly between neighbouring islands, such as between Sumatra and Java, Java and Bali, and Bali and Lombok. In more visited areas you’ll find tourist boat services, and combined long-distance bus and boat options.
- Local Bus (Angkots) - Buses are inexpensive, easy to book and leave roughly on time. However, they’re also slow, cramped and often plain terrifying. Tickets are sold a day or more in advance from the point of departure or bus company offices; buy them as early as possible where services are infrequent.
- Car Rental - Conditions are not suitable for inexperienced drivers, with heavy traffic on major routes. Drivers must always carry an international driving license and the vehicle registration documents.