The Bulgari Villa
Think high-end Italian glamour. Think Balinese spiritual beauty. Blend them together and this is the result. The Bulgari Villa is a dazzling jewel adorning a Bali cliff top, set within the exclusive and lavishly-designed Bulgari resort. Finding...
Luna2 Private Hotel
Luna2 Private Hotel is the kind of hip hangout where you’d expect to find famous rock stars… Or perhaps that’s you. In which case, you’ve found the right place. Wired for sound, and designed to within an inch of its life, Luna2 Private Hotel is a...
Created as a luxurious private residence, villa Jiva Puri embodies the most magical elements of Bali, wrapping you up in a sublime, never-forgotten experience. It is a divine five bedroom retreat family or friends, and the perfect party venue for up...
Destination Guide: Indonesia
Indonesia is a country of breathtaking physical and cultural diversity; 17,500 islands spanning 5000km along the equator with over 300 languages. With the fourth largest population of the world, there is a plethora of different cultures, from the modernity of Jakarta to the spirituality of Bali and the tribes of Papua; and from pristine jungle to luxury villas.
The natural environment of Indonesia is equally diverse. The islands of Java, Kalimantan, Sumatra and Bali were once linked to the Asian mainland and as a consequence some areas still have wild tigers, leopards, rhinos and elephants. Perhaps the most iconic of all the Indonesia animals is the long-haired ape, the orang-utan, found in Kalimantan and Sumatra.
The Indonesians are also famed for their legendary hospitality, and this has been refined to an art form on the enchanting island of Bali, where luxury villas provide the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern life.
Best places to eat and drink in
Indonesian food is as diverse as its cultures and is reason on its own to visit the country. Its cuisine has been influenced by many parts of the world over the centuries, and particularly India, China and Europe when the early settlers and traders came to the islands. Today Indonesian food is a delight and many dishes such as nasi goring, rendang and satay and popular the world over.
Best time to visit
Indonesia has two seasons – wet and dry. Being on the equator, it is warm all year round.
The wet season falls between October and April in most of Indonesia.
The dry season (high season) falls between May to September.
What we love about
We love the legendary Indonesian hospitality, the spectacular scenery and the delectable local cuisine.
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