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Where to stay in Indonesia

Indonesia Accommodation

Over 6,000 inhabited islands make the world’s largest archipelago an ideal destination for travellers on both leisure and business trips. Our site is your best bet in browsing the hotels in Indonesia with ease, while maintaining the satisfaction of both your preferences and budget.

The list of things to do never ends in Indonesia. You’ll find various adventures on this archipelago, including the wild and rugged forested outdoors of Sumatra, the torrential rivers and uncharted jungles that make Kalimantan a suite for adventurers and of course, Bali. Bali’s landscape for instance, with its harmonious blend of hills, mountains, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and volcanic hillsides, creates a view that most travellers can only find in fairy tales.

Things to see

The list of natural wonders to visit alone is difficult to cover in a lifetime, with over 200 mountains and over 150 active volcanoes to explore. Some of the accessible ones can be found in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. As an archipelago, it’s not surprising that plenty of beaches are available for visiting, and many can be found in less commercialised areas like Maluku, Nusa Tenggara and Sulawesi. Indonesia is also home to the Komodo Island, where you can find the exotic Komodo Dragon along with diverse marine life to be mesmerised by.

Those seeking to get away from city life will love the what the island of Bali has in store for you. The beautiful landscapes of Jimbaran Bay and other beaches found along the north coast provide for excellent scenic walks, and opportunities for memorable photographs. Other parts of the coastline provide unobstructed views of a romantic sunset, setting the ideal atmosphere for couples and an unforgettable memory for families. Explore further and you’ll find lush rice terraces scattered across the island, providing soothing sights for the tired eye. Those seeking the best views can find them around north of Ubud and east of Bali, around Tirta Gangga.

Hotels in Indonesia

Indonesia accommodations are growing fast and with so many sights and attractions to see, it’s not much of a wonder why. This means that travellers on any budget and with any preferences will be able to find ideal hotels, especially with our site at your disposal. Options range from simple B&Bs and surfer bungalows to opulent hotels and villas on both islands and mainland. While car rentals tend to be affordable, driving here requires both confidence and skill. Therefore convenient location of accommodation is highly recommended.

Where to stay

One of the obvious and great choices is Jakarta, the capital and largest city in Indonesia. It’s the economic, cultural and political centre of the country, which means plenty to learn and explore. The city houses attractions like big scale shopping malls, exciting nightlife scenes and very friendly locals. There are also lots of museums and historical heritages for the cultured eye.

South Bali is the most visited part of the island and for good reason. Here you can find the famed Tanah Lot temple, high-end beach front establishments like Ku De Ta and an impressive range of decadent spa facilities. Visitors looking to ease their stresses away can have a luxurious spa treatment every other day, with a generous budget of course. The sunsets in this region are famous, especially when viewed from the continuous stretch of grey sanded Seminyak Beach and Beach Accommodation.

How to get to Indonesia

Most countries don’t need to purchase a travel visa in advance. Most ASEAN countries enjoy this privilege. The main airports in Indonesia are Soekarno-Hatta at Tangerang, Banten near Jakarta and Ngurah Rai at Bali. Do note that travellers departing Indonesia on international flights will need to pay a service charge in Rupiah, so be sure to carry some with you when checking in. Those travelling by ferry can do so from Singapore and Malaysia.

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