Tailor-made Tour 15 days from £3470 per person
Places Visited: Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Solo, Malang, Surabaya, Ubud, Candidasa
This tour gives you an ideal mix of culture, monuments, nature and beach relaxation in Java and Bali. Starting in Indonesia's second largest city, Surabaya, you travel west to see the spectacular and still active Bromo volcano.
Visiting the town of Solo, you journey to Yogyakarta, a good base to explore the World Heritage Sites of Borobudur and Prambanan temples. You then travel to the Losari Coffee Plantation before flying to the island of Bali and exploring Ubud. Your tour ends with a few days of relaxation at a beach resort in Candidasa, Bali.
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Fly to Jakarta via Singapore.
Arrive in Jakarta. Check in to the first class Alila Hotel for two nights. Day at leisure to rest and relax after the long flight.
Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the city in the morning, including the National museum, Sunda Kelapa fischer and local merchant's harbor, Fatahillah Square with its old Town hall and a glimpse of the National Monument. Afternoon visit Indonesia miniature park.
Fly to Yogyakarta today and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Hindu temples of Prambanan. Check in to the first class Hyatt Regency for two nights.
Explore the city in the morning. Visit the Sultan Palace, Water Castle and Sonobudoyo museum. Continue to the UNESCO World Heritage Buddhist temples of Borobudur . You also visit Mendut and Pawon temples.
Drive to Solo in the morning. Take an excursion to visit the Royal Mangkuregaran and Kasunanan temples famous for its priceless antique collections, and a local Batik factory. Stay at the first class Lor In Hotel for the night.
A long drive (6-7 hrs) brings you to Malang. En route visit the Candih Sukuh temple on the slope of Mt Lawu and Sangiran temple. Check in to the Tugu Malang, a standard grade character property for two nights.
Early this morning drive to Bromo volcano in Tengger. Enjoy the spectacular sunrise over Mount Bromo . Later explore the crater and if you like hike in the picturesque surrounding region. Return to Malang to enjoy a guided tour of the city.
Drive to Surabaya in the morning. En route visit the ruins of the Singosari Kingdom, including the Singosari temple. In Surabaya visit the old harbour, Kayoen flower market and Arab quarter. Stay at the first class Majapahit Hotel for the night.
Fly to Denpasar in Bali today. Transfer to Ubud and stay at the Waka Di Ume Resort, a standard grade traditional style property, for two nights.
Visit the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest; Mengwi, the former palace of Taman Ayun; and Tanah Lot Temple.
In the morning drive to Candidasa . On the way stop at the Besakih, the magnificent mother of all of Bali’s temples, and then Tenganan Bali Aga village, famous for its Balinese double ‘ikat’ weaving. On arrival in Candidasa, check in to the first class Alila Manggis Bali for three nights. Rest of the time is at leisure.
Day at leisure.
Fly to Singapore and on to the UK, arriving the same evening.
Tailor-made Tour 15 days from £3470 per person
Places and Experiences in this tour
Home to around 10.2 million people, the nation’s capital is a vast, modern megacity sprawling from the feet of the Bogor Hills to the Java Sea. Its airport is the point of arrival...
The conservative rule of Yogyakarta’s traditional Sultans has ensured the tidal wave of westernization sweeping across the rest of the country has made a more measured impact in t...
Surrounded by four magnificent volcanoes, Malang in eastern Java ranks among the world’s most dramatically sited cities. Visitors pass through en route to the mountains further in...
Bali, to the east of Java, has always been considered the pearl in the necklace of Indonesia’s Sunda Islands. Its mix of spellbinding volcanic scenery, glorious beaches, pounding ...
Ubud is the place to stay if you’ve come to Bali hoping to experience traditional dance and ritual arts – or if you’re seriously into shopping! The town is jam-packed with absorbi...
The Bali Agas – the original, indigenous Balinese – resisted the Javanization of the island in the 13th century onwards by retreating to remote villages where they could preserve ...
Thanks to its fertile volcanic soil and plentiful rainfall, Java is the most populous island in the Indonesian archipelago. The nation’s sprawling capital, Jakarta, lies on its no...
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