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Capital City

Jakarta

Languages

Bahasa Indonesia (modified form of Malay), English, Dutch & local dialects

Currency

Indonesian rupiah (IDR)

Time Difference (GMT) + 6 hour

Climate & average temperatures

Indonesia - Jakarta
Months J F M A M J J A S O N D
Temp °C 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 31 31 31 31
Rain mm 233 275 210 135 93 55 25 20 25 18 60 163
Airlines

Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific

Flight time from UK

15 1/2 hours

 
Visa requirements

Visas issued on arrival, please have $25 ready at immigration. Visas can also be arranged prior to departure

Health requirements

Contact your GP for information


Indonesia Holidays

In Indonesia the vibrant spice and mining industries, combined with the sheer beauty of the Indonesian archipelago, has attracted hundreds of ethnic groups to make their mark here over the centuries. Arabic, Chinese, Malay and European influences are evident in everything from its ornate temples to the cuisine. Its strong sense of spirituality is afforded by a range of religions including Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands and its tropical climate and location, between continental plates, has resulted in a varied landscape of beautiful beaches, endless reefs nestled below mountains and volcanoes with rainforests alongside. Tailor-made Indonesia holidays, afford both to enjoy the varied landscapes and the luxury resorts and hotels on offer.

Bali, one of the smallest islands and has long been thought of as a holiday destination for the luxury traveller. It has a remarkable landscape centring on the volcanic Gunung Batur, a fabulous place from which to view the sunset or surrounding countryside.

For a serene escape choose the less developed Lombok. The island’s stunning beaches and reefs offer diving, snorkelling as well as excellent surf spots.

The island of Moyo is the starting point for a Komodo Dragon experience aboard a private boat and Java is home to the Borobudur Temple, the largest monument in the Southern Hemisphere.

Wherever travellers go in this archipelago it is clear to see why it has attracted so many settlers and visitors over the years.