Spread over an area 5,200km by 17,000km between Asia
and Australia, there is much to attract visitors to the Indonesian archipelago! You can take a relaxing break from everyday life or look for adventure in this intriguing country.
If you visit Bali, don't just spend your days soaking up the sun and enjoying the nightlife, explore the charming villages, rice paddies and historic temples. You could head over to Lombok to see the active volcano, Mount Rinjani, or travel to exotic Java.
Indonesia Food & Drink
Traditional Indonesian cuisine is based on rice (nasi), corn, cassava and sweet potatoes, along with coconut milk, spices, chillies and peanuts. Chicken, beef and fish are also main ingredients in the local dishes, though in these islands you can't go wrong with the fresh seafood.
Nasi goreng, or fried rice, is a national food of Indonesia,
and you should definitely sample it during your stay. Made a number of different ways, it is a staple of the local Indonesian diet
Indonesia showcases some of South East Asia's biggest and most breathtaking wildlife sanctuaries and wilderness areas. The orang-utans at Bukit Lawang near Medan are a must see.
Visit Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, which has a number of active and dormant volcanoes to explore. Speaking of volcanoes, want to swim in the largest volcanic lake in the world? Spend an afternoon at Lake Toba! Ancient Indonesian temples are also not to be missed.