Indonesia

Why Indonesia?

Diverse, alive, inspiring

Indonesia is big in every sense of the word. With the world’s fourth largest population (including the world’s largest Muslim population) occupying the world’s largest archipelago of over 17,000 islands, this is a country that inspires awe in even the most seasoned traveller.

To say that Indonesia is a dynamic country would be an understatement. From the chaotic urban sprawl of Jakarta, to the lush rice fields and turquoise waters of Bali, to the rugged mountains and billowing volcanoes of Java, the sheer vastness of Indonesia can be daunting. The enormity of Indonesia’s geography is matched only by the diversity of its people and cultures.

Calendar of Event

Start dateEnd dateTitleLocationDescription
26 December 20185 January 2019Galungan & KuninganDenpasar, BaliGalungan is a Balinese holiday celebrating the victory of dharma over adharma. It marks the time when the ancestral spirits visit the Earth. The last day of the celebration is Kuningan, when they return. The date is calculated according to the 210-day Balinese calendar.
24 February 201931 Maret 2019Bali Spirit FestivalUbud, BaliExperience one of the world's most inspiring yoga festivals, celebrating global community,
world music and well-being, taking place on the idyllic island of Bali.
1 March 20193 March 2019Jakarta International Java JazzJakartaJakarta International Java Jazz Festival is one of the largest jazz festivals in the world and arguably the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Jakarta, Indonesia. The annual jazz festival is held every early March and was designed to be one of the largest jazz festivals globally.
6 March 2019
(1 day before Nyepi Day)
Ogoh-ogoh FestivalBali IslandBali Ogoh-Ogoh is very identical with Nyepi Day in Bali. It can be said that ogoh ogoh is the most interesting event among the series of Nyepi Ceremony. Ogoh ogoh are paraded in the Pengrupukan night, which is a day before the Saka New Year or so called Nyepi Day. Ogoh-ogoh whose appearance is very scary is usually paraded around the village or town.
26 April 201928 April 2019Ubud Food Festival Ubud, BaliUbud Food Festival is a three-day culinary adventure with Indonesian food as the star. In just four years, the festival has now grown into Southeast Asia's leading culinary event. the festival celebrates Indonesia's culinary heritage and the entire spectrum of its food industry. The festival will feature top Indonesian chefs, restaurateurs, food professionals, and celebrated culinary icons from around the world.
19 May 2019Vesak Day FestivalBorobudur Temple, MagelangVesak is a commemoration of the birth, enlightenment, and death of the Buddha, which are all said to have happened on the same date. It is held around the month of May or Vesak, based on the lunar calendar. Celebrations include dances, poems, parades, processions, deep meditation, theatrical performances, and puppet shows.

Indonesia Highlights

  • Tee off at some of the world’s most beautiful and challenging golf courses
  • Bask in the serenity of the Borobudur Temple
  • Spend time among the Orangutans in their jungle home
  • Relax on Bali’s iconic and celebrated beaches
  • Watch the sunrise over the steaming crater of Mount Bromo
  • Partake in the rural life and learn the techniques of processing rubber, coffee and cocoa
  • Indulge yourself in the world’s most acclaimed spas
  • Discover the ancient craft and secrets of puppet making
  • Take a stroll amongst lush terraced rice fields
  • Shop for authentic Indonesian art in Ubud
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