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Discover the wonder of Indonesia

Flights to Indonesia transport you to a true world of wonder.

Spread across thousands of exotic islands, Indonesia offers everything from astonishing temples and majestic mountains to extraordinary waters filled with manta rays, whale sharks and more.

Meanwhile, the country’s jungles teem with wildlife. Komodo dragons, orangutans, elephants and tigers can all be found among the lush landscape.

The sheer range of experiences on offer in Indonesia means you could be taking in the stalls at a bustling market one day, then watching the sun rise over spectacular volcanos the next.

Using Jakarta or Surabaya as your base, you can visit the eerie lunar landscape of Mount Bromo or spend a day wandering the huge, iconic Borobudur complex. If white sand and clear blue waters appeal, then Bali has some of the world’s best beaches for bathing and diving.

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What's the weather like in Indonesia?

Figures shown are for Jakarta

Average TemperatureAverage Rainfall

Jan

27°C

40cm

Feb

27°C

30cm

Mar

28°C

21cm

Apr

29°C

13cm

May

29°C

11cm

Jun

29°C

10cm

Jul

29°C

6cm

Aug

29°C

6cm

Sep

29°C

10cm

Oct

29°C

11cm

Nov

29°C

13cm

Dec

29°C

20cm

When you step off your flight to Indonesia you can expect to experience a tropical climate, with warm, dry weather between late June and early October, some rain in other months, and temperatures generally above 25°C on average throughout the year.

Indonesia is a large nation and many islands have their own micro climates. The figures shown are for Jakarta. If you’re flying elsewhere in Indonesia, it’s a good idea to check the local weather before you travel.

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view of jakarta indonesia cityscape

Jakarta (CGK)

Journeying through the streets of the capital once you’ve flown into Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) offers a feast for the senses. Indonesia’s largest city blends an array of cultural influences to create a truly exciting atmosphere. Use it as a base for exploring the famous island of Java, or spend time shopping in its famous markets.

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taman ayun in bali

Bali (DPS)

Beaches and Bali go hand-in-hand. Land at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), then try surfing at Kuta, go partying in Seminyak or swim in the idyllic sea at Nusa Dua. For those with a thirst for adventure, arty Ubud is set among lush, monkey-filled rainforests and surrounded by palaces, rice fields, temples and the famous Mount Batur volcano.

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tugu pahlawan the national momument in surabaya east java indonesia

Surabaya (SUB)

Java’s second city makes an ideal base to explore the east of the island, including Mount Bromo. Set out from Juanda International Airport (SUB) to find the spectacular series of active volcanos here – truly astonishing to see during sun rise. The city of Surabaya itself has plenty of fascinating local history to uncover.

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Reasons to visit Indonesia

view of prambanan temple in foggy early morning indonesia

Explore ancient temples

Once you’ve booked your Indonesia flight tickets, one of the best places to add to your to-do list is the vast ninth-century Borobudur temple complex, as well as the equally impressive but perhaps lesser-known Hindu temple of Prambanan from the same period.

A bit of exploring will uncover dozens of smaller temples that are less visited yet still full of history – combining remarkable architecture with spiritual serenity. On Bali, enjoy the views from the cliff-side Uluwatu Temple, or enter the stunning gateway at Pura Besakih.

manta ray feeding above a coral reef in the blue komodo waters indonesia

Take a dive into crystal-clear waters

Travel to Indonesia’s smaller islands to discover superb snorkelling and diving opportunities. The protected waters of its marine parks are home to whale sharks, giant manta rays and colourful reefs.

Fly to Bali then take a boat to neighbouring islands such as Nusa Lembongan or the Gilis. Further afield you can find shallow reefs off Sulawesi, or watch majestic Komodo dragons with a tour of the Komodo National Park.

blue and green lakes of tiwu nua muri kooh tai and tiwu ata polo indonesia

Scale towering volcanos

Indonesia is home to dozens of volcanos – some of which regularly send out smoke or even spew lava. Tours can take you to the summit of the more stable ones, where you can walk along ancient lava flows, look down into the bubbling lakes or simply enjoy the views from the top.

The volcanic, colourful lakes in Kelimutu are a joy to behold, while Mount Bromo’s peaks are often topped with volcanic smoke. A flight to Bali will bring you face to face with Mount Batur, in the north of the island.

Things to know before you fly to Indonesia

meals Local cuisine

Indonesian food is famously diverse, reflecting its array of cultural influences. Spicy foods are popular, with national dishes include nasi goreng – fried rice with vegetables or meat – and soto, a chicken soup. Gethuk, a sweet sugar and coconut cake, is a tasty dessert and street food staple.

globe Language

Locals generally speak Indonesian – but might also use one of 700 different local languages such as Javanese or Balinese. English is widely spoken, however, especially in the cities.

currency Local currency

The local currency is the Indonesian rupiah (IDR). Haggling is commonplace in markets around the nation, but you probably won’t be able to negotiate on prices in shops and hotels.

socket Plugs

Most plugs in Indonesia are the standard two pin European style plugs, type C and F. The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.

Flying to Indonesia: FAQs

How many airports are in Indonesia?

Indonesia has more than 650 airports across its islands, with Java alone having six. Of these, 48 are classed as international. Air travel is the easiest way to travel around Indonesia – and actually the only way to reach some islands – but boat tours are also convenient for getting around.

What is the main airport in Indonesia?

Jakarta International Airport – also known as Soekarno–Hatta International Airport – is the main airport in Indonesia. It’s around 17 miles outside Jakarta, just under an hour away by train. Bali’s main airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport, while Juanda International Airport serves the city of Surabaya.

What is Indonesia most famous for?

Indonesia is famous for a number of geographical, cultural and natural reasons. It boasts a remarkable array of volcanos, the renowned beaches of Bali, the historic Buddhist temple at Borobudur, and some of the world’s most beloved and revered animals – including orangutans, Komodo dragons and monkeys.

Why we love Indonesia

“Indonesia is special for so many reasons, but the historic temples, friendly people and stunning landscapes are at the heart of its appeal. Snorkel in the beautiful, clear waters and visit some reefs when you’re in Bali. You’ll never want to leave those golden sands.”

The best of Indonesia

Flights to Indonesia unlock a world of possibility. You can surf off the coast of Java, sun yourself on the beaches of Bali, and explore the wonders of the natural, volcanic landscape near Surabaya.

But this nation also has fresh excitement to offer, from contemporary art galleries in the capital, to technology gatherings by the ocean, and ‘micro-cruises’ that take you around a wide selection of the country’s myriad islands, ensuring that you don’t miss a thing on your trip.

Read more about Indonesia, where to go and what to see on Atlas.

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Kuwait City (KWI) to Jakarta (CGK)

Departure Fri 6 Mar 2020,
Return Wed 18 Mar 2020
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