Indonesia Travel Guide
Indonesia is such a vast country, with over 18,000 individual islands it is by far the largest and most varied archipelago in the world. When most people think of Indonesia, they think of the infamous island of Bali, which is definitely worth a visit. But there is so much more to discover in this amazing country. Head to Yogyakarta and the Borobudur Temple, or the small islands of Gili for a laid back atmosphere.
Indonesia is also home to the Komodo Dragon, and other vast arrays of wildlife you will not experience anywhere else in the world. It is also one of the most volcanically active countries in the world, with stunning volcano treks and scenery to look out for.
Indonesia, especially Bali is a haven for travellers and backpackers around South East Asia, due to its inexpensive food, accommodation and activities. But make sure you research and read our guides on how to get the most out of your trip to Indonesia!
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah. Click here for currency conversion rates.
Language: Indonesian, however most people in tourism speak good English.
Good to know: The dress code for Indonesia is conservative. It’s frowned upon for women to show too much skin and therefore it’s best to keep shoulders, tummy, and legs covered in public, especially in temples.
Visa: 30 day visa-on-arrival available for most nationalities. (click here for more info)
Climate: Hot and humid year-round. Rainy season lasts from November to March.
Power Adaptors: 2 pin plug – Type C/F (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: Rank 42nd of 163.
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