Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia

Holidaymakers from all over the world flock to Indonesia because of the country’s many beautiful islands and beaches, vibrant culture, and plenty of natural and historical attractions. It is a tropical paradise thanks to its beautiful sunsets, tropical beaches, pristine coral reefs, and breathtaking landscape. The island nation of Indonesia is situated in the Ring of Fire, a zone bordered by volcanoes. Over time, this series of volcanic eruptions shaped the landscape in unique ways and enriched the soil and sea, resulting in the unrivalled greenery and marine life we see today.

There’s always something exciting to do in Indonesia. You can opt to experience the laid-back, slow-paced Indonesian lifestyle on the island’s beaches or go on an exciting scuba diving excursion to discover the pristine coral reefs and marine life of some of the islands’ many distinct ecosystems. On top of that, there are many active, dormant, and inactive volcanoes to be explored as well.

Many travellers choose to vacation in Bali since it is the most popular location in Indonesia, but there are many other hidden gems which are yet to be discovered. In a country like Indonesia, where there are more than 17,000 islands to discover, one lifetime would not be nearly enough. There are countless islands with kilometres of golden beaches, crystal clear lakes, and lush tropical forests that have been largely unspoiled by human hands, making them ideal for nature lovers.

While Indonesia is known for its lush vegetation and cutting-edge city life, it still has a fascinating traditional and spiritual side, thanks to the numerous ethnic groups that reside there. These ethnic groups speak a variety of languages, continue to follow their native rituals and customs, and dress according to their ethnic heritage.

Choosing where to begin when planning a trip to Indonesia might be overwhelming due to the sheer number of islands, activities, and cultural traditions that are available. If you’re thinking about travelling to Indonesia, we can help you plan a trip that’s both peaceful and thrilling. Whether you want to relax at a beachside resort in Bali, go scuba diving around the atolls in Raja Ampat, or hike through the jungles of Sumba Island, Indonesia has something to offer.

Tailor-Made Tours To Indonesia

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Understanding Your Needs

Identifying your interests is crucial for trip customization. We initiate the process with a video call, during which we share insights about the destination and experiences offered, helping you gain clarity on your preferences.

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Personalization

With an understanding of your needs, our Travel Specialist crafts a personalized itinerary tailored to your preference, encompassing a range of handpicked experiences, activities, accommodations and private guide.

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Pre-Trip Briefing

Before departure, we’ll meet to give a final overview and share essential contact information and preparations needed for your journey, ensuring you’re well-equipped for a remarkable travel experience.

Highlights Of Indonesia

These are some of the places we would choose for our holiday in Indonesia. If you don’t see your desired attraction here, just know that we can still plan it for you.

Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia

Sumba Island

Sumba is sometimes called Indonesia’s “Forgotten Island”. Surfers and explorers have known about this hidden gem for years, but most travellers have no idea that it is merely an hour’s flight from Bali, Indonesia’s most popular destination. Over here, it’s a more serene option than Bali. Sumba is a fantastic vacation spot since it caters to every type of outdoor and nature enthusiast. There are countless ways to get in touch with nature and the elements here, whether you worship the sun, are drawn to the sea, or enjoy a good stroll by the beach. A fascinating aspect of this place is the significance that horses play. You will enjoy the rare opportunity to ride native Sumbawa and Sandalwood horses across the different landscapes of West Sumba and even swim in the ocean with their equine companions.

Sumba is best known for surfing, thanks to Occy’s Left, the iconic wave at Nihi Sumba. The excellent waves there are worth the experience for many surfers who travel from all over the world to do so. Sun and sea aside, cultural enthusiasts also have the opportunity to explore megalithic tombs sprinkled throughout the countryside, where people pay tribute to their indigenous marapu with sacrificial rites. The island also provides an opportunity to learn about the history of Ikat production in the traditional way.

Yogyakarta & Borobudur

It’s no secret that Yogyakarta is one of Indonesia’s most visited cities, known for its thriving traditional art and cultural legacy. It’s the cultural heart and soul of Java, which is bursting at the seams with ancient history, art, and tradition. From palaces to the famous batik fabrics and silver jewellery made locally to galleries and museums showcasing both traditional Javanese art and modern pieces, it’s a city for those who live and breathe art.

The area is located in Central Java and is also home to the renowned Borobudur complex as well as Prambanan. Out of all of them, the Borobudur Temple is, without a doubt, one of the most well-known sights in Yogyakarta. The Buddhist temple dates back to the 9th century, during the height of the religion’s popularity in the archipelago; it features a large central dome surrounded by more than 70 stupas, each housing an image of the Buddha. Many culture enthusiasts flock to Indonesia from all over the world just to witness this beautiful work of architecture in person.

Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia
Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is a breathtakingly beautiful and secluded archipelago in Indonesia. Located in Indonesia’s West Papua, this archipelago consists of several islands, reefs, and atolls bordered by clear blue waters. More than 1,500 kinds of fish, 700 varieties of coral, and 500 species of molluscs call this area home, making it a vibrant aquatic paradise. In fact, it is the only place on Earth where one-third of the world’s coral species may be found. As you can imagine, the marine life here is fascinating. You can go swimming, snorkelling, and diving, among other water sports, to your heart’s content.

Those who are not into water activities can explore the highly endangered Bird-of-paradise, which is only one of several exotic bird species that make their home in this region. Plus, there are many hiking trails, quaint villages, and luxury resorts waiting for you to explore as well. Whether you want an active vacation or one in which you can relax and soak in the island’s natural grandeur, you’ll have a pleasant time at this peaceful destination.

Komodo Island

A tiny island in Indonesia’s far northwest, Komodo is home to a variety of unique flora and fauna. It is known for its enormous population of Komodo dragons, one of the world’s largest species of lizards, that have been thriving there for millions of years. During your trek on Komodo Island, you have a good chance of spotting these amazing animals, in addition to monkeys and several bird species. Moreover, this area is home to a wide variety of secluded yet stunning beaches, perfect for unwinding and having fun.

Komodo Island is also a wonderful destination for a variety of outdoor pursuits like snorkelling, scuba diving, hiking. Most importantly, this is the only place in the world where you can meet the Komodo dragons face-to-face, offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia
Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Indonesia

Bali

Known for its stunning beaches, delicious food, and kind hospitality, this charming island is perhaps Indonesia’s most well-known destination internationally. Home to a number of amazing landmarks, such as the Tanah Lot and Uluwatu temples, it also offers excellent surfing conditions and stunning beaches. Temples, ruins, dolphin swims, and souvenir shopping are just some of the various activities available in Bali.

Central Bali is a less explored area filled with high peaks, mountain passes, or winding valley roads. Here, visitors can take in breathtaking panoramas of the mountains and rice paddies, as well as explore the area’s volcanic lakes, tropical woods, waterfalls, and streams. Furthermore, the rice paddies are recognised as a UNESCO Heritage Site, known for its thousand-year-old irrigation systems that are still flowing today.

Be sure to add a stop in Ubud, Bali’s cultural epicentre. It is the ideal location to take in a variety of traditional acts, such as the infamous Kecak fire dance or neighbourhood kids practising their gamelan in the town hall. At Uluwatu, on the southern shore, is where you’ll find the luxurious villas perched precariously on the edge of the cliffs, the best spots for a romantic honeymoon of exclusive getaway. The cliffs here offer one of the most pleasing vantage points of the Indian Ocean in the vicinity and will leave you spellbound and in awe of Mother Nature.

FAQs for Indonesia Tours

The best time to visit Indonesia varies by region. From April to October, conditions are perfect for exploring beach paradises such as Bali, Lombok, the Gili Islands, and Sumba Island. For those aiming to catch the whale shark season around the Komodo Islands, April to June offer the best experience as the waters are calmer and clearer. Conversely, the best period to visit Raja Ampat is from October to April, despite it being the wettest season in western and central parts of Indonesia.

Indonesia’s vast archipelago offers numerous travel paths, each revealing different facets of its many islands which requires multiple trips to fully appreciate. The ideal duration of your visit significantly varies based on your chosen destination within Indonesia and the key attractions available in that region.

For nearby destinations like Bali, a stay of at least 4 to 5 days is suggested to enjoy the highlights at a comfortable pace. Conversely, for more remote destinations such as the Komodo Islands or Raja Ampat, planning for a stay of 7 to 14 days is recommended.

Safety standards can vary significantly across Indonesian cities. In well-known urban centers like Jakarta and Bali, the streets are generally safe to traverse both day and night. Nonetheless, we still recommend that you stick to popular streets and well-lit areas.

For other destination within Indonesia, our travel specialists are equipped to offer advice on the appropriate precautions and essential dos and don’ts.

The Rupiah is Indonesia’s local currency, readily available at most money changers in Singapore. Should you need to exchange currency during your travels in Indonesia, money changers there typically welcome SGD, USD, and Euros.

Singaporeans are required to process a visa upon arrival only when visiting Bali; this requirement does not apply to other cities in Indonesia. However, it’s important to note that visa regulations may change over time. Our travel specialists will provide you with the most current information and requirements during trip planning.

Beyond the well-trodden paths of Bali, Indonesia offers a treasure trove of many other cultural and natural wonders for discovery. Dive into the pristine waters of Raja Ampat or walk along the pink beaches near Komodo Islands, revel in the unearthly beauty of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, or immerse yourself in the cultural vibrancy of Yogyakarta, home to the majestic Borobudur Temple and traditional batik workshops.

Unique Things To See & Do In Indonesia

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