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Indonesia makes for an enchanting getaway with its rich history, rice fields, volcanoes and happening nightlife.  Ubud is a great place to combine a tranquil escape with an authentic cultural experiences like arts and craft seminars and how-to’s to the region’s fine dining and placid spas. Seminyak is a growing fashion and food resort area, along the Indian Ocean shoreline, which also offers its visitors plenty of options for luxury hotels and villa accommodations as well as high-end shopping centres and world-class restaurants!

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As the largest archipelago in the world, The Republic of Indonesia has more than 13,000 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many of which are still uninhabited, as well as unnamed, to this day!  Indonesia’s unexplored islands contain fantastic mountain views, green rainforests, deep blue seas and a wide range of wildlife. This country’s unique location and geology provides the perfect setting for the most diverse landscapes such as ricelands, luxuriant rainforests, grasslands and even snow-capped peaks!

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Home of the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia, Indonesia has a lot of unique species including prehistoric wildlife such the Coelacanth fish, a “living fossil”, predating the dinosaurs. 

 

Indonesia’s total population is more than 215 million people made up of over 200 ethnic groups. Indonesia is rich in cultural diversity with the country’s ancient temples, music, dances, rituals and ways of life, often slightly different on each of Indonesia’s islands or regions. 

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Information and Facts

As the largest archipelago in the world, The Republic of Indonesia has more than 13,000 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many of which are still uninhabited, as well as unnamed, to this day!  Indonesia’s unexplored islands contain fantastic mountain views, green rainforests, deep blue seas and a wide range of wildlife. This country’s unique location and geology provides the perfect setting for the most diverse landscapes such as ricelands, luxuriant rainforests, grasslands and even snow-capped peaks! 

Indonesia: Facts & Information

Weather

Indonesia is mainly a tropical country with two seasons: a dry season and a rainy season. The dry season usually occurs from June to September and the rest of the year is Indonesia’s rainy season.

Safety

The Republic of Indonesia is generally a very safe destination all year round. It is recommended to have copies on-hand of your important documents, while keeping them stored separately (and safely) from the originals. We recommend that all our travellers purchase travel insurance.

Vaccinations

While some vaccines may be recommended when travelling around Asia – WHO recommends travellers be up to date with their Tetanus, Diphtheria and Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B shots – there aren’t any known ailments or endemic diseases where there is a need for a particular immunisation required for travel.

In general, prior to departure for any vacation, it’s always best to speak with your physician, who knows your medical history, and can assess any risks involved with your intended destination.

Currency & Customs

Currency is the Indonesia Rupiah (IDR). IDR and USD are the most acceptable currencies in Indonesia, however, when traveling to remote locations or islands it is recommended you exchange your money.

Electricity

The electrical current for Indonesia is 230 Volts at 50 Hertz; it is recommended for certain appliances such as hair dryers and straighteners to bring both a plug adapter and converter. For newer electronics such as tablets or smartphones, a plug adapter may only be needed as the voltage could automatically adjust.

Language

Bahasa Indonesia, based on the high Malay language, is the country’s official language and used in all official communications. While Indonesia accounts for more than 300 regional languages, Indonesians today speak at least two languages or more.

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