With over 17,000 islands spread across the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, Indonesia offers unlimited experiences. From the world-famous beaches of Bali to the many malls of the Jakarta and the jungles of Borneo, your only challenge will be choosing where to go.
Official Language: Bahasa Indonesia (although English is widely spoken)
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Weather: Tropical climate, hot and humid throughout the year
Visa application: Citizens of most countries receive a 30-day visa for free upon arrival, a passport with 6 months validity is required.
What to See?
There’s something for everybody in this beautiful archipelago. The only question is choosing where to start. Here are must-visit cities in Indonesia to include in your travel itinerary.
What to Eat?
Rice, or nasi in the local language, is an important part of Indonesian Food. So, it’s not a surprise that most Indonesian dishes serve it in different forms: porridges, wraps, fried, spicy and the list goes on. Some of the must-try Indonesia street food includes Nasi Goreng, Nasi Padang and Nasi Uduk.
What to Do?
Wondering what to do in Indonesia? We’ve got you covered: from diving to trekking, surfing to shopping or cultural activities, there are countless experiences to occupy you when you’re there.