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Known for its coffee in Java, surfing in Bali and Hindu temples everywhere you turn, expect high levels of exploration during your luxury holiday in Indonesia. Situated between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the country comprises more than 17,000 islands making adventure top of any visitors to do list.
The five-star hotels found throughout are terrifically tropical giving you everything you need for a memorable stay. From spas, golfing opportunities, wonderful cuisine and more concierge excursions than you thought possible, expect action-packed days and relaxing nights under the stars.

When staying on one of the islands you won’t be too far from a beach. Hundreds can be found throughout with many offering watersports such as scuba diving and snorkelling. Would you rather your feet were firmly on the ground? Hiking and exploring are popular past times with more than 150 volcanos to conquer. If you’re lucky, you may get to spot a rare komodo dragon during your travels.

Animal lovers will also be in their element thanks to the many wildlife parks on offer. Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud will see you get up close and personal with the cheeky creatures and makes for a great family day out. Once done, make sure to immerse yourself in the Hindu and Buddhist culture at the many temples nearby. Tanah Lot is a must and is found just off the coast of Bali.

The country has become more prevalent in recent years due to the seafood eateries dotted throughout the area. However, don’t be surprised if you see restaurants serving international cuisine too, with Japanese another popular choice.

Indonesia is the epitome of island adventures and exquisite scenery. You will feel like an intrepid explorer from the minute you get through departures and will leave with fantastic memories to share.


Home to art galleries, shopping and an abundance of fine dining restaurants, a day trip to Ubud is a must and one of Bali’s greatest towns. The film Eat, Pray, Love was filmed here and incredibly appropriate as after you’ve eaten gourmet food and wandered around some of the prestigious temples, you’re sure to have fallen in love with this enchanting town.
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Good to know

  • Capital: Jakarta
  • Currency: IDR
  • Time to destination: 18-hours from London
  • Instagram Opportunity: Borobudur, Java

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 26°c   Feb: 26°c   Mar: 27°c  
Apr: 27°c   May: 28°c   Jun: 27°c  
Jul: 27°c   Aug: 27°c   Sep: 27°c  
Oct: 27°c   Nov: 27°c   Dec: 27°c  


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Indonesia in a nutshell

Soak Up The Culture
  • Tanah Lot is one of the most popular attractions in Indonesia. Surrounded by water, the rock formation is found just off the coast of Bali and is home to the Pura Tanah Lot Temple which makes for a fantastic photograph.
  • Located in the village of Gitgit, the Gitgit Waterfall is a tremendous oasis and lush rainforest which attracts visitors daily.
  • The town of Ubud is one of the best places to go should you want to lap up the culture. With museums, a forest full of monkeys and fab dining and shopping destinations, every member of the party is sure to be pleased.
  • Another family-friendly option is Waterbom Bali, an internationally acclaimed waterpark complete with slides and tropical nature that’s sure to provide a few thrills and spills along the way.
Tastes To Try
  • Square Restaurant in Lombok is a fanciful seafood establishment where lunch and dinner always go swimmingly thanks to the local fish delicacies on offer. Start with a roasted duck salad before moving on to grilled prawns with capers lime butter sauce. If you have room for more, a strawberry sorbet will seal the tropical deal.
  • If in Bali and you’re after European fare, Restaurant Locavore is a must. Contemporary in décor and menu, seasonal ingredients are used throughout. Make sure to reserve though, as this venue can get busy.
  • Don’t dismiss the hotel eateries. The majority are open to non-guests too, and for good reason thanks to the magnificent flavours that are sure to captivate you with every mouthful.
Life’s A Beach
  • One of the most popular beaches in Bali is Kuta Beach. Known for its surfing and amazing watersports on offer, get down quick as it gets busy especially on the weekends.
  • Amed Beach on the east coast of Bali is a must for those wanting to dive and adventure through the Indian Ocean. Roam through the coral and make friends with the marine life along the way
  • The Gili Islands are a true nirvana found half an hour from Bali that are a playground for couples wanting a quieter and more serene affair. Bring a picnic, hop on the ferry or if you’re feeling daring, why not give snorkelling a go?
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