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Discover Luxury Indonesia Holidays

In the globe’s Southeast Asia, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago with more than 17,000 islands, and so it can be a mine-field when choosing where to visit on a holiday to Indonesia. A tailor-made Indonesia holiday will ensure you are visiting the spots that are best suited to your needs. There is much to choose from: sleek retreats surrounded by rice paddies, volcanic views and crashing rivers in Bali’s cultural heart, Ubud, or wind down at a spectacular beach resort or luxury villa. Beyond Bali’s shores there is a plethora of other options to explore: Java, Lombok, Komodo Island in Komodo National Park, the Gili Islands, Sumba Island, Sulawesi and Raja Ampat, all with an expert travel guide. Discover luxury Indonesia holidays with some fabulous traditional phinisi boats for luxury sailing adventures in Raja Ampat island and Komodo Islands, which are perfect for scuba diving enthusiasts.

Islands with Diversity

Indonesia’s islands are fringed by glorious beaches, making then perfect for those who love the outdoors, and places like Bali and Lombok have some of the best surfing beaches in the world. Across its many islands, Indonesia consists of distinct ethnic, linguistic, and religious groups. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s second highest level of biodiversity meaning that wildlife holidays and adventure holidays are in abundance, and memorable Indonesia experiences can include scuba diving, jungle trekking or mountain climbing. When travelling through Indonesia, no two places will be the same; from religion and culture to scenery and landscape, the diversity of this archipelago will leave you wanting to discover more. While exploring Bali, at the heart of Indonesia, one will discover its central interior of rice terraced mountains in Ubud, vivid Hindu culture, ancient civilisations and numerous temples. Unlike the rest of Indonesia which is predominantly Muslim, almost all the Balinese practice Hindu Dharma. The island is often referred to as ‘the island of a thousand temples’, and there is a pervasive sense of peaceful spirituality. Bali virtually invented the concept of the boutique hotel; villas are filled with antiques, textiles and handicrafts, offering a sense of sophisticated intimacy which means Bali holidays create experiences rarely available anywhere else in the world.