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Waterbom Waterpark

An important water theme park in Bali is Waterbom Waterpark which is lying amidst lush green forest and equipped with multiple fun and adventurous rides extending happiness to adults as well as kids. It is termed to be an indescribable oasis amidst the extensive stretch of Kuta beach. The water slides inside the park are quite amusing. They will slice through a huge area of 3.8 hectares that provide complete entertainment for kids as well as adults, equally.

There are 101 ways to enjoy your time in complete thrill both on land and in water. This is a perfect choice for families as all the rides are safe and enjoyable. You can choose to dine out at cafes and this park is a one-stop entertainment capital of Bali.

Highlight: The park uses only advanced salt chlorination water which is soft to the environment as well as on your skin. Twin Racers, Smash Down 20, Fast and Fierce, Double Twists, Green Vipers, Pipe Line, Lazy River, Super Bowl, Boomerang etc are the most liked rides in the park with enormous fun and thrill hidden inside. Both adults and kids can equally enjoy these rides since all of the meet the international safety standards.

Entry fee:

  • For adults per one day: IDR 520.000 and per two days: IDR 880.000
  • For children per one day: IDR 370.000 and per two days: IDR 620.000

The total package includes admission ticket, express entrance, prioritize Gazebo booking, towel, digital photos, lunch and 1 activity. It costs IDR 880 for adults and IDR 750 for kids.

Location: Jl. Kartika, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia.

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Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach in Bali is the fulcrum of attractions in this region that located on the western side of the island and known as the most precious tourist destination on the island. Ngurah Rai International Airport is very close to the beach giving you easy access to it. There are a number of resorts near the beach which would give you inimitable views of the beach and the turquoise blue. Earlier, the beach was quite rustic and people used to do fishing here as it was the daily routine of the locals and later it started reforming and now it reached the glorious heights of being the most visited beach in Indonesia.

The accommodations, restaurants, shopping locations, and the beautiful surrounding are the reason why it could attract more people toward the white sandy beach loved by the azure water all the time.

Highlights: Kuta Beach never disappointed the visitors coming every year and during the peak season that is from July to August, and Christmas and New Year the beach is fully-booked by travelers.

Activities: Beachgoers would love the appreciable beauty of Kuta and its welcoming attitude to surfing and it owes its development to the visitors from Australia. The sunset views from the beach are simply adorable and the lines created on the edge of the beach by the swaying coconut trees bring in more charm to the white shore.

The nightlife, the parties and the leisurely spots near the beach keep the tourists entertained and vibrant throughout and that may be the reason behind why the beach is called the Mecca of beaches in Indonesia.

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Legian Street

Jalan Legian Street a.k.a Legian Street is one of the most crowded, flamboyant areas in Kuta. It is the principal walking street located at the most popular beach resort area. It arrays a variety of good shops, bars, hotels and clubs on either side. Kuta and Seminyak are connected by this street. Shoppers or stroll lovers can be found anytime on the street, be it daytime or night. The street becomes lively around 11:00 pm and the roads will be buzzed and filled with enormous traffic till 4:00 am.

Legian Street is a great place for partying and socializing. The shops on the sides will give you countless options to buy colourful stuff but the initial price tags given by the shopkeepers would be inflated. But you can get them at a feasible price after decent bargaining.

Highlights: Daytime shopping centers and night time dining spots are the predominant places brimming with a huge crowd always. The spas and massage shops also will welcome you with a warm heart to experience the best therapies available in Bali. In addition to these, there are major outlets of famous brands where you can buy things at the retail price.

You can visit the Ground Zero Monument which is situated at the southern end of the street. Or else, you will be led to Kuta Beach which can give you an awesome time of leisure. Rip Curl Legian Surf Shop, the Kopi Pot in Bali, Mama’s German Restaurant in Bali, Five Monkeys Bali etc are some of the top notched shops, clubs and dining stations in Legian.

Timing: The Street will be opening its eyes around 11:00 pm at night and extends till it is early morning and this is one of the reasons why visitors love to stroll around Legian Market when they visit Bali.

Location: Legian is located in Kuta and between Kuta and Seminyak. You can reach there from the airport by a prepaid taxi and the drive will take around 20 minutes.

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Kedongana Beach

Very close to the famous Jimbaran Beach is Kedonganan Beach which is famous for authentic seafood delicacies and relaxed resort stay with a bewitching view of the ocean. The extremely beautiful white sandy beach with a slope along with the regular remembrance of the calm waves to the shore is ideal for a perfect sunset view or a leisurely walk.

The multiple restaurants offering different types of seafood will be quite buzzed every afternoon by the enlarged crowd of tourists and locals. Another attraction is the fish market where fresh fish caught by the fishermen can be purchased.

Highlights: The romantically shining restaurants are the irresistible attraction on the beach where you get lip-smacking grilled seafood items and the dining settings that offer you the best sunset views are quite beautiful.

Activities: Swimming, sunbathing, fishing etc are the favourite activities of tourists arriving at the beach. But a relaxed walk on the shore watching the calm waves slowly approaching the white sandy beach is something even more appreciable.

Opening hours: You can visit the beach any time you would like to but most of the seafood restaurants will be opened around 04:00 pm to 12:00 midnight.

Location: Jalan Pantai Kedonganan, South Kuta

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Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conversation

With an aim to protect the tiny eggs and thus increase the hatching rates of sea turtles started Kuta Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Programme Started almost 17 years ago. It was started by Mr. Agung and Wayan with 1 sea turtle nest which was protected with bamboo placed around the nest.

There are Turtle Rangers to patrol the beach during the night to give the mother sea turtles safe place on the shore to lay eggs and go back to the ocean. They relocate the eggs to the hatchery at Kuta and wait for the next 45-60 days to get the eggs developed and hatched. When the eggs are hatched, the conservationists will return them to the natural habitat immediately.

Highlights: Currently, tourists are also becoming part of the conservation programme hugely as the awareness about protecting these animals has gained prominence around the island. People can join the release of the baby turtles to the ocean so that they can spread the word to others and bring more people in order to be a member of the conservation team and protect more sea turtles like this.

In 2012 and 2013, the authorities say that they could collect more than 50000 eggs safely and relocated them to the hatchery. Around 80% of them were hatched and released to the ocean.

Timings: The nesting season on the beach is from March to September every year and the hatching season is from April to October. The nesting dates can be altered as the baby turtles will be hatched naturally when they are ready. During the months of June, July, August and September, the baby turtles will be released almost every day.

If you visit Kuta during these months, you may be able to take part in this mind blowing social activity.

Things to remember: When you visit the conservation centre, try not to touch the baby turtles or not to take photos of them with flashes on in order to protect their eyesight.

Location: The beach is located a few minutes away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Tuban.

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Kuta Night Market

A buzzing enclave of food stalls that extend some rare fragrance of delicious food, other grilled food items, shops and busy roads with tourists and tourism workers is Kuta Night Market that opens its eyes nearly in the evening every day and goes on until early morning. The cheapest food in Bali would be available at the street food shops here but offering the best taste ever. Most of the tourists find the food awesome here and you can stroll around to find some authentic traditional restaurants as well.

The market is comparatively small with limited stalls selling clothes and other items. Those who love to take a leisurely night amidst people but without much traffic and buzzes, Kuta night market will be a good option.

Highlights: Asian and Indonesian food items are served at many of the restaurants here and they are awesomely tasty. If you love to try some delicious and traditional food styles, then choose any restaurants from the market and have a relaxed dining experience.

Timing: Starts at 06:00 pm usually and goes on until midnight.

Prices: Meals will be available at a price range starts at 15000 to 25000 Rp.

Location: Jl Blambangan, Kuta, Indonesia.

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Kuta Square

Kuta Square is like the Times Square of Bali, a delightful and abundant shopping arcade with lines of stores, café’s and throngs of tourists filling the streets. This two-way avenue is flanked by rows of fashion outlets, hypermarkets, departmental stores, and plenty of dining options.

You will come across surf retail outlets and top-ranging sports brands as well as famous name brands. Designer items such as Armani, Gucci, Versace and Donna Karan New York highlight the street sides with posters and mannequins in glass displays. Local quality brands such as Animale, Milo’s and Body & Soul can also be found here. Local jewellers such as Suarti and high-end batik outlets also offer unique items to visitors.

Location: JalanBakung Sari, Kuta

Timings: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM

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Kuta Theater

Kuta Theater is the only place where you can witness a cultural show with a unique twist in Bali. The theater boasts nightly stage performances, with most of its cast in glittering Balinese dance costumes, The theater is a better alternative to the beach, as well as the clubs, bars, nightlife offerings in Kuta, and is simply a great place to visit before the dinner.

As the stage curtains open to a simplify the rendition of the Legong Dance. Then the magicians and their supporting and characters take over the scene, performing sets of illusions with a touch of theatrical drama and mystery around it.

Location: The theater is on the eastern side of Kuta’s Jalan Kartika Plaza, just across from the Bali Garden Beach Resort and upstairs in the second building at the Kuta Centre.

Timings: Opened daily from 5 PM to 10 PM.

Price: Approximate price starts from 17 USD.

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Traveller Tales from Indonesia

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Anzal SARMAL

26 October 2019

"Awesome tour and awesome service.... Its my first trip.. Really great.. If u visit bali must go there.\n\nThanks for the rearly nice service"

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edwardlouis1211

16 November 2019

Recently went to Ubud and experienced this Chedi Club there. It was amazing experiencing something adventurous like this and of course Thrillophilia's team was perfect with there arrangements and other...

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Jignesh

30 September 2019

It was one of the best adventures of my life...totally loved this activity.

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Chaten Kaur

08 July 2019

Had a lot of fun...Staff were really supportive and drop off service is provided which is very convenient for us!

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Chandravati Tagore

08 July 2019

We explore many places in the tour like Batubalan,Celuk Village and Mas Village.

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Hamsini Khatri

08 July 2019

Prepared to get wet and see sharks upclose. not for the faint hearted

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Bhargavi Dutta

08 July 2019

Spotted a range of wildlife speices in one day, amazing experience

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Amish Chopra

08 July 2019

Had breakfast with Orangutans. What an experience! Also, the breakfast menu was absolutely amazing.

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Madhuri Prajapat

08 July 2019

You can make your waiting hours fantastic these services. It never felt like waiting as the services were wonderful!

What You Should Know More About Indonesia

  • Q. Travel Advice

    • Take care of your belongings while traveling to places, especially on beaches.

    • Carry a photocopy of your passport all the time and also carry an address card of the hotel in which you stay.

    • Though Indonesia is a safe place, there can be scammers who can try to sell you different fake items or facilities. Beware of such situations.

    • Pre-decide the taxi fare if you are using a public transport.

    • Review your accommodation where you plan to stay properly, at every destination.

    • Make all your travel booking through authorized tourist assistance centers and make sure you make the right choice.

    • Earthquakes and tremors are very common in Indonesia and hence, be prepared with the techniques to keep yourself safe in such situations.

    • Keep emergency numbers like Ambulance and police written down with you all the time.

  • Q. Drinking Laws

    The legal age to consume alcoholic drinks in Indonesia is 21 years of age. Make sure that you carry your age proof whenever you want to consume alcohol.


  • Q. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Jakarta
    Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is the most fun places of all. It has many treats for you like a vibrant street culture and night life, famous shopping hotspots and other hidden treasures like temples and shrines. You can also visit some of the most famous night clubs and bistros here and relax yourself.

    Yogyakarta
    Located in Java, Yogyakarta has everything a real traveler seeks. Right from ancient monuments to shopping and amazing food, you will have everything in one place. You will witness the cultural blend of Hinduism and Buddhism while sight-seeing here. So indulge yourself in this cultural place and get the feel of traditions and art of this place.

    Mount Bromo
    The majestic and grand Mt. Bromo houses active as well as inactive volcanoes and you can watch them from the top of the peaks. You can take a horse ride or a jeep tide to reach the top and witness this mesmerizing view. You should go here early morning and watch the sun rise over the blue volcanic craters.

    Bali
    Bali is undoubtedly the most famous tourist destination in Indonesia but it is not at all over rated. Just visit this place gearing up for the most rejuvenating experience ever. You can visit some ancient temples, relax at luxury resorts and spas, beaches, laidback coasts and enjoy misty treks across volcanoes in Bali. You can also party at night clubs or at private resorts here.


    Baliem Valley
    If you are curious about the culture of Indonesia, you should not miss out on visiting the Bailem Valley. This place is a home to tribes which still practice ancient traditions and rites and live a totally nomadic life, away from urban civilization.

    Raja Ampat
    This is officially declared as the best diving destination in Indonesia as well as the world. It is a home to almost 75% of the world’s total coral species and many tropical fish and unique marine species you will never see anywhere else. It is a heaven for any diving enthusiast and hence, you should not miss out on this divine experience.

    Komodo National Park
    Declared as a UNESCO World heritage site, this National park has the world’s most famous and largest living lizard, the Komodo Dragon. This park is also a home to flying foxes and fruit bats and hence, it is indeed worth visiting.

  • Q. What you will like there?

    Sparkling beaches
    The beaches in Indonesia are purely serene because of their crystal clear waters and a warm breeze blowing over them. Sitting on these beaches and relaxing is going to be a dreamy experience altogether and you will indeed fall in love with the entire landscape of Indonesia.

    Street Shopping
    Street shopping and the overall street culture of Indonesia as well as all the other South-East Asian countries have got their own charm. Right from food stalls to apparel stalls and jewelry, you can have everything in front of you while you roam on the streets of Indonesia.

    Diverse culture
    Despite of being a very small country, Indonesia has got a diverse culture, where tribes living an entirely nomadic life live in the same country as people living in urbanized cities. The main religions followed here are Buddhism, Christianity and Islam and there are no instances of instability due to religious riots.

    Safe Environment
    Indonesia is a very safe place to travel. Crime against tourists as well as the locals are minimum as the enforcement of law is very strict. It is a perfectly comfortable place even for solo travelers or tourists with kids and there are minimum chances of facing any difficulty or crisis situation.

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination

    Website :

    Books :
    Insight Guides: Bali Step by Step

  • Q. When is the best time to visit Indonesia?

    Indonesia enjoys a tropical climate and is hot and humid throughout the year. However, the seasons are divided by wet and dry, with not much obvious difference in both.

    • The best time to visit really depends on what you are looking for during your vacation. If you priority is to have a calm and laid back holiday, visiting during the low season (October and April) is a good time given the crowds are much lesser and so are the prices.
    • On the other hand, the months between May and September are peak tourist season with a plethora of festivals and activities to attend to.

  • Q. How to reach Indonesia?

    You can take a direct flight from any of the metro cities from India. It takes approximately 4.5 hours of travel to reach Indonesia. The main airports for arrival from India are the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta or the Ngurah International Airport in Bali.

  • Q. Do I need a visa for Indonesia? How does one get a Indonesian visa?

    Yes, you do require a visa for your visit to Indonesia. Although you can apply for a visa before hand through the Indonesian Consulate closest to you, travellers with an Indian Passport are entitled to a VOA (visa on arrival). This Visa lasts for 30 days, and can be extended in case needed through the immigration official. You are required to keep certain documents ready for your visa, such as: Valid Passport, Bank statements, etc.

  • Q. What is the currency of Indonesia and where can I get my money exchanged?

    The currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian Rupiah and the code is IDR. The exchange rate for 1 USD = 13, 264 IDR and 1 INR = 206.9 IDR. It is always advisable to get your money exchanged at the airport as they give a good currency exchange rates. However, you will find foreign exchange booths all around the place once you get there. You need to find a place with the least interest charges and get your money exchanged. Exchange of money might also be possible at the hotel you are staying at.

  • Q. What are the things to do in Indonesia?

    Indonesia is a one stop destination when it comes to all the things you want to do on a holiday. Here are the top things to do during your visit to Indonesia:

     

    • Go Surfing in the beaches of Bali
    • Eat the local Padang food on the streets
    • Go on heritage visits to the numerous temples – Tanah Lot, not to be missed.
    • Go Island hopping and discover some great getaways – Gili Islands is a must!
    • Street shopping at Kuta and Seminyak in Bali for some great local and traditional stuff.
    • Try water sports and activities in the various islands of Indonesia

  • Q. What is the local food of Indonesia? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    The staple food of Indonesia mainly consists of steamed rice and vegetables or meat. However, it is the spices and ingredients used to make these curries that make their local dishes. Famous Indonesian foods are Nasi Padang, Nasi Goreng, Bakso, Soto, Gado-Gado and many more. Best places to try these foods are:

     

    • Street vendors – with the street vendors, you will be able to taste the authenticity of the local food.
    • Restaurant Lara Djonggrang in Jakarta – serves typical Indonesian food
    • Restaurant Locavore in Bali

  • Q. What is the best public transport to commute around Indonesia?

    There are various modes of public transport to get around Indonesia. Some of them are:

    • Taxis – more expensive than other public transports. If meter isn’t available, passengers can bargain for better fares.
    • Buses – on the go in large cities like Jakarta. Relatively cheap. Can be cramped.
    • Ojeks – motorcycle riders for solo passengers, unique experience.
    • Minibus – cheap, moves around almost all nooks and corners of the city.

  • Q. Do I need to have any vaccinations before the trip to Indonesia?

    Being a place where tourists flock in large numbers, it is always safe to take certain vaccinations before you go. The general tetanus shot or any other general vaccination program should be taken before your travel. Other vaccines recommended are: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Cholera, etc.

  • Q. What is the local language in Indonesia and which are the most commonly used greetings?

    The local language spoken in Indonesia is Indonesian. Here are some common phrases that you can use during your visit:

     

    • Hello - Halo
    • Thank you – Terima Kasih
    • Good morning – Selamat Pagi
    • What is the price of – berapa harga
    • How far is – seberapa jauh
    • How are you – Apa Kabar?

  • Q. Which are the best shopping places in Indonesia and what are they famous for?

    Indonesia has tons of shopping experience to witness. From upmarket malls to street shopping, you can find all that you are looking for over there. Some best places for shopping in Indonesia are:

     

    • Grand Indonesia Mall in Jakarta – for all top class brands
    • Kuta Beachwalk in Bali – for souvenir and local pieces of handicrafts
    • Sukawati Art market – for local and traditional handicrafts
    • Ubud Art Market - for local and traditional handicraft and art pieces.

  • Q. Here are the best tips Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to Indonesia

    • Try Local food joints or vendors for meals – local food authenticity and cheaper.
    • Pre-book your ferries for better rates when travelling to other islands
    • Bargain! – There is definitely scope for bargaining with all local vendors in Indonesia.
    • Try water sports and activities – beaches and resorts offer water activities and this could be the cheapest place to try these.
    • Relax – Do not miss the spa’s available there. The good and decent spas have really talented masseuses and are is very cheap.

  • Q. Which are some hiking destinations in Indonesia

    Indonesia has plenty of magnificent views and hills to trek at. Some really good treks are:

    • Mount Agung, Bali – 3142 metres tall, medium trek of 6-7 hours.
    • Mount Batur, Bali – 1700 metres tall, short trek of 2 hours, overlooks Lake Batur and rural landscapes.
    • Mount Kerinci, Sumatra – highest volcano in Indonesia, takes 3 days to complete this trek.
    • Kawah ljen, Java – crater with crystal clear sulphur water.
    • Mount Rinjani, Lombok – 3726 metres tall, second tallest volcano in Indonesia. Not so easy hike of about 3-4 days. Beautiful scenery through and up the hike.

  • Q. Which are must visit wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Indonesia?

    Indonesia has numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to visit that make it a great place for nature lovers. Some of the best ones to visit are:

     

    • Komodo National Park – UNESCO world heritage site, home to the world's largest reptile- Komodo Dragon.
    • Ujung Kulon National Park – has the rare species of one horned Rhino and many other rare species.
    • Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park – low key wildlife conservation society nesting Maleo birds.
    • Kerinci Seblat National Park – one of Indonesia’s largest reserves.

  • Q. Which are some best beaches in Indonesia?

    Indonesia is widely known for its beaches, the activities and events that take place there. Some of the best beaches of Indonesia are:

     

    • Nusa Dua Beach, Bali – top rated beach.
    • Kuta Beach, Bali – Great beach for surfing
    • Padang-Padang Beach, Bali – picturesque beach with hills, steep reefs and clear water.
    • Senggigi Beach, Lombok – good for snorkelling
    • Sanur beach, Bali
    • Dreamland Beach, Bali
    • Balangan Beach, Uluwatu Bali
    • Pink Beach, Komodo, Lombok – one of the seven beaches with pink sand in the world.

  • Q. What water sports can be enjoyed in Indonesia?

    With a lot of beaches in Indonesia, each beach is special by the kind of nature it supports and the activities it can offer. Some of the water sports that can be enjoyed in Indonesia are:

    • Snorkelling
    • Scuba diving
    • Fly fish
    • Parasailing
    • Deep sea walking
    • Banana boat
    • Jet-skiing
    • Diving
    • White water rafting

  • Q. Which are must visit Islands in Indonesia?

    The best ways to spend your Indonesian holiday is to go island hopping. However, with over 17,000 small and big islands in the Indonesian archipelago, it is difficult to decide which one to go to. Here is a list of some of the popular islands in Indonesia:

     

    • Bali
    • Lombok
    • Flores Island
    • Gili Islands
    • Sulawesi
    • Java
    • Komodo
    • Borneo
    • Nusa Penida
    • Bintan
    • Misool

  • Q. How is Indonesia for honeymoon? What all romantic activities can be in enjoyed in Indonesia?

    Indonesia is a great place for your honeymoon as it has something to do for everyone and you need to take in consideration your interests as well as your spouses. While you can explore and enjoy plenty of adrenaline rushing activities over here, there are also lots of places to help you rejuvenate from your stressful life and schedule. A couple of romantic things that you can do in Indonesia during your honeymoon are:

    • Relax at white sandy beaches
    • Book and enjoy a couple spa treatment
    • Enjoy the beautiful views and have a picnic at the Lake side – Lake Toba
    • Go on a spiritual yoga retreat
    • Walk/ hike amongst the green trekking trails enjoying a beautiful view

  • Q. Which destinations are famous for Yoga in Indonesia?

    The most famous destination for Yoga in Indonesia is undoubtedly Bali. A lot of people visit Bali just for the various Yoga retreats that take places over there. Among the numerous ways to relax the mind, body and spirit, Yoga is seemingly popular. Some of the best places to try a yoga retreat in Bali are:

    • Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa
    • Zen Resort Bali
    • The Yoga Barn
    • Desa Seni Yoga Retreat

  • Q. Where can we go for cruising in Indonesia?

    Cruising in Indonesia is getting popular by the day with many yachts being pulled in to keep up with the demand. The government is also supporting the development of the marine sector to keep up. There are already several cruise routes in the archipelago. Some of them are: Bali, Phuket, Bay or Benoa Harbour, Java, etc.

  • Q. Which are must visit temples in Indonesia?

    As happening and buzzing Indonesia is, so is it calm and spiritual. Indonesia still sticks to its roots and has preserved its culture as seen by the numerous temples it withholds. Some popular temples of Indonesia are:

     

    • Tanah Lot temple in Bali
    • Prambanan Temple in Yogyakarta
    • Borobudur temple in Jawa Tengah
    • Pura Besakih in Bali
    • Pura Gunung Kawi in Bali
    • Tirta Empul in Bali
    • Goa Gajah in Bali

  • Q. Where can we go for volcano trekking in Indonesia?

    Indonesia has some of the best mountains to hike with great views and volcano trekking just gets even more exciting than the usual ones. Some of the best volcano treks that you can take during your visit to Indonesia are:

     

    • Mount Bromo in Java
    • Mount Kerinci – tallest volcano and highest peak, 3 days trek.
    • Mount Batur – 2 hours trek, 1700m high.
    • Mount Agung – 3142 m tall, 6-7 hours of trek.
    • Mount Rinjani – 3726 m, 2 days of difficult trek.

  • Q. Which are some famous nightlife destinations in Indonesia?

    While Indonesia is known for its fun packed activities and nature retreats, it also has some great nightlife to offer. Some famous nightlife destinations in Indonesia are:

     

    • Jakarta – Jakarta has many upmarket and trendy pubs/clubs that you could visit.
    • Kuta in Bali – the road along the beach is filled with many happening clubs, such as HardRock, and also the Kuta beach parties are quite happening.
    • Gili Islands- this laid back island is known to have great beach parties that happen through day and night.

  • Q. Which are the UNESCO world heritage sites in Indonesia?

    Indonesia has quite a number of UNESCO world heritage sites to be listed. Some of the inscribed sites are:

    • Komodo National Park
    • Lorentz National Park
    • Sangiran Early Man Site
    • Prambanan Temple Compounds
    • Ujung Kulon National Park