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Stefanie Studley
Indonesia Travel Specialist

Indonesia embodies the word ‘enchanting’ as well as any other country on Earth. Thousands of islands scattered across the Indian and Pacific Oceans make up a dazzling portfolio of beautiful natural landscapes, meaning visitors to this part of the world are afforded a vast collection of memory-making travel experiences. Watch the sun rise over the picture-perfect cone of Mt Bromo before visiting the smoking volcanoes of Java’s immense plateaus; take in the weird and wonderful wildlife in Kalimantan’s orangutan-housing lush jungles; join visitors making a pilgrimage to the immense ancient temples of Borobudur; venture to paradise beaches and dive spectacular coral reefs. 

Indonesia holidays are about cultural immersion, too. Visitors can explore the handicrafts and local cultures of lesser-explored northern reaches of Bali, wander through terraced rice paddy fields and sit down with local coffee-growers to sample the region’s award-winning blends at the plantations themselves. 

Even the cities hustle and bustle at the heart of South East Asian life. Visitors with a keen interest in history should make haste for Yogyakarta, which boasts the stunning temples of Prembanan and Borobodur – the largest Buddhist temple in the world, – and the vibrant Kraton complex, which features a fine example of traditional Javanese sultanate architecture.

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Mount Bromo
Top Destination
Mount Bromo
Mount Bromo is a picture-perfect cone volcano in a chain of volcanoes that stretch across Java, and part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Watching the sunrise from a neighbouring peak here is popular and makes for a spectacular experience, especially when followed by a climb up to the crater rim, where you can gaze down into the volcano .
Bukit Lawang
Top Destination
Bukit Lawang
Bukit Lawang is one of the more popular places to trek through the jungles of Sumatra to search for wild orang-utans. Easily reached from Medang airport, it's a great choice for trekkers looking for a short, two or three-day experience in the wilds of the National Park, with an experienced naturalist guide.
Bali
Top Destination
Bali
Far more than just a surfer's paradise, Bali offers excellent beaches and a fun, friendly atmosphere. Step away from the crowds of sun-worshippers by heading north to the more remote beaches, small villages filled with craft workshops or nature retreats. The coast of Bali is also an excellent place for diving.
Borobudur
Stefanie Studley's Recommendation
Borobudur
Located in Central Java and easily accessed from the city of Yogyakarta, Borobudur is one of the country's largest (and oldest) Buddhist temples, dating back from the 8th century and built over three tiers. For a spectacular way to experience this UNESCO World Heritage Site, plan a visit at sunrise or sunset, to catch the domes and stupa in the soft light.
The Gili Islands
Stefanie Studley's Recommendation
The Gili Islands
Just off the coast of Bali and Lombok islands, the Gili Islands are three tiny, beautiful islands perfect for escapism, or for diving. The largest, Gili Trawangan is a diving hotspot with dive schools aplenty and superb coral reefs just offshore, while Gili Air offers an even smaller, intimate 'relax on the beach' experience.

Popular Destinations in Indonesia

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   Mount Bromo
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   Bukit Lawang
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   Bali



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   Borobudur
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   The Gili Islands


Regent Indonesia Specialist


Stefanie Studley
Indonesia is a nature-lovers paradise but, with so many islands and incredible wildlife experiences to choose from, we recommend planning at least ten days - if not two weeks - here in order to island-hop and explore without rushing. Perhaps begin with explorations through the jungles of Sumatra in search of orangutans and baboons before journeying across Java, stopping at ancient temples and smouldering volcanoes, and finish by spending a few days relaxing on the beaches or scuba diving the offshore coral reefs of Bali and the Gili Islands.

Stefanie's Tips
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For a unique wildlife experience, discover Komodo dragons, the world's largest lizard, in Komodo National Park.
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In Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra, wild elephants and rinoceros still inhabit the jungles.
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Head off the beatent track and explore the Gili Islands, world-renowned for their diving opportunities.




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