Passengers arriving in Bali international airport

COVID RESRICTIONS EASED – Two main Visa options for holiday visitors to Indonesia

As of October 2022, it’s relatively easy for holiday travelers to visit Indonesia, provided you are vaccinated against COVID-19 and intend to stay for no more than 30 days. There …

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YOGYAKARTA – Independent exploring

Making the most of your tour FREE time in vibrant Yogyakarta Yogyakarta is a safe and easy place to enjoy independent exploring when you have free evening or morning, either …

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YOGYAKARTA – Must See Highlights

Special places in a very special city that you should be sure to explore Yogyakarta exudes energy from a rich tradition of more than 1300 years of culture, history, empires, …

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YOGYAKARTA – Prambanan Temples

Mysterious and beautiful monuments from 1,150 years ago ‘AWESOME’ will be the word that immediately springs to mind as you begin to explore the Prambanan Hindu temple complex near Yogyakarta. …

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MEDAN – Must See City Highlights

Medan is a bustling, cosmopolitan commercial and business center and a regional economic powerhouse – it is big, boisterous, cluttered, crowded, noisy, heavily trafficked and often gritty and untidy. A …

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SURABAYA – A city being transformed

Unique attractions in an historic city undergoing a remarkable makeover Surabaya is the capital of East Java and until little more than 100 years ago ranked as the largest and …

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SURABAYA – City of Heroes

The city that helped shape Indonesia’s modern destiny To the Indonesian people Surabaya is Kota Palahwan – ‘The City of Heroes’ – for the sacrifices of its citizens and their …

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The cool of the highlands with coffee, fruits, traditions and erupting volcanoes Berastagi is where the well-to-do elites of colonial Medan spent weekends and holidays relaxing and enjoying the temperate …

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Batak dancers in traditional costume

The BATAK People – North Sumatra clans maintaining a proud and distinctive culture

Our North Sumatra Tour schedule has us on Samosir island on a Sunday and it is programmed as a FREE day – a chance to rest, reflect and truly enjoy …

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Mount Bromo and other volcanoes nearby with Mt Semeru in the background

MOUNT BROMO – A surreal other-worldly landscape of volcanoes, mythology and a sea of sand

You may well have already seen images of Mount Bromo and its four neighboring volcanoes without even realizing it. These mighty smoldering peaks belching clouds of smoke through the swirling …

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Drone aerial shot of Iscenic Idjen Boulevard in Malang

MALANG – Jewel of the Eastern Highlands and rated Indonesia’s most charming and relaxing city

Prized by the Dutch of the colonial era for its mild highland climate, leafy, historic Malang is consistently said to be Java’s most relaxed and charming city. Which makes even …

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Train crossing high viaduct in West Java

JAVA by TRAIN – The most rewarding and relaxing way to experience the beauty of the REAL Indonesia

In our age of budget airlines and constant hurry few international visitors are aware of Indonesia’s superbly scenic train journeys. That’s a pity because they are missing out on  great …

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