Indonesia

Top cities in Indonesia

Seminyak
2335 Activities
Ubud
2175 Activities
Kuta
1632 Activities
Nusa Dua
659 Activities
Jimbaran
567 Activities

Top attractions in Indonesia

West Bali National Park (Taman Nasional Bali Barat)
1 Activities
Independent guests to West Bali National Park must pay national park fees and use its chartered guide service. Boat trips are through the park’s fixed-rate charter service. As the park is far from popular tourist destinations, many visit with a tour or with a prearranged private driver/guide. The park is near Gilimanuk, where ferries leave for Java, so some tours stop between Ijen Crater (Kawah Ijen) and other East Java attractions.
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Singaraja
2 Activities
Most North Bali tours omit Singaraja to focus on Bedugul, waterfalls such as Gitgit, hot springs such as Banjar Holy Hot Springs, and nearby Lovina, but a handful of tours do take in Singaraja’s charming attractions or include the chance to sample Chinese-Indonesian cuisine. To explore the city in depth, it’s best to hire a private guide who has local knowledge of Singaraja.
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Amed
5 Activities
Many travelers choose to stay several nights in Amed to appreciate the town’s laid-back vibe, enjoy the pretty jukung outrigger boats that line the shore, and get a handle on that magical coral reef. Amed Beach tours almost always focus on the USSLiberty shipwreck, a World War II–era wreck sunk just off nearby Tulamben. The traditional salt farms not far from Amed are an occasional stop on east Bali tours.
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Solo (Surakarta)
3 Activities
There’s a broad range of accommodation in Solo, and visitors who have ample time to explore Java often choose to spend a night or two here and discover the city—and surrounding temples such as Candi Sukuh and Candi Cetho—independently. Travelers on a tight schedule, however, may well prefer to experience the city’s highlights compressed into a convenient Surakarta day tour. These typically depart from Yogyakarta, a city that’s more used to tourists, and cover highlights such as the Mangkunegaran Palace and Triwindu Market.
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Sukuh Temple (Candi Sukuh)
3 Activities
There is a small charge to enter Candi Sukuh and admire its beautiful scenery and diverse statuary, not all of which is erotic. Candi Sukuh tours typically depart from either Solo (Surakarta), which is closer, or Yogyakarta, which is a much more popular base for visitors. Due to the temple’s geographic isolation, it’s unusual to visit independently; most travelers arrive on a tour, perhaps combined with nearby Candi Cetho and Candi Kethek or, if traveling from Yogyakarta, Solo itself.
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Plaosan Temples (Candi Plaosan)
3 Activities
The Plaosan temple complex is typically visited with the Prambanan temple complex, around 2 miles (3 kilometers) away; there is a small additional “donation” to visit Plaosan. Like Prambanan tours, Plaosan tours most often leave from Yogyakarta as day trips, either combined with Prambanan itself or as part of a more in-depth visit that also takes in sites such as the Kraton Ratu Boko palace complex. The traditional Javanese farming villages around Plaosan are especially charming.
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Anika Spa
1 Activities
With its statues and cooling pools, this south Bali spa feels distinctively Balinese. Guests can book a treatment or prearrange a package that includes hotel or airport transfers. Packages typically center on Balinese massage, which uses long, smooth strokes combined with acupressure techniques and aromatherapy oils, but there are treatments for everything from sunburn to dry scalp.
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Theta Spa by the Sea
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Guests to Theta Spa by the Sea can visit independently, or opt for package deals that include hotel transfers. This luxurious beachfront Kuta spa is within 10 minutes’ drive of Bali airport, making it a great choice for a pre-departure splurge. Besides the Indonesian lulur body scrub and massage rituals that are typical of Bali, holistic treatments include remedies for jet lag and sunburn.
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Sibetan Village (Desa Sibetan)
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There is no charge to visit Sibetan Village, and guests can wander at will through its rustic streets and cool forests—although buying snake fruit wine to tote to friends back home is always welcome. Most travelers visit as part of a tour, which are a great way to appreciate the simple, rural lives of Karangasem’s people. Tours usually combine Sibetan with other Karangasem and east Bali attractions such as Tirta Gangga Water Palace, Puri Agung Karangasem, or Ujung Water Palace.
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Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets
6 Activities
The Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets has no formal entrance charge, though donations are recommended for upkeep of the garden and collection. Walk through on your own, or take one of the Ubud art tours, which stop at Setia Darma House of Mask and Puppets and typically focus on the Balinese and Javanese masks in the collection. The museum is also an occasional stop on tours of the wood-carving village of Mas.
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Top tours in Indonesia

Ubud Tour - Best of Ubud - All Inclusive
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Duration: 8 hours to 10 hours
Best of Ubud Tour with Jungle Swing
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 10 hours
Ubud : Monkey Forest - Jungle Swing - Rice Terrace - Water Temple and Waterfall
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 10 hours
Bali Full-Day Traditional Village Sightseeing Trip All Inclusive
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 10 hours
️Nusa Penida by Private Boat - Snorkeling 4 spots, Swim with Mantas + Land Tour
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 8 hours to 10 hours
Best of Bali Waterfalls: Tibumana, Tukad Cepung and Tegenungan
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Duration: 8 hours
Nusa Penida Day Trip All-inclusive
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Duration: 12 hours
Bali Snorkeling Tour at Blue Lagoon Beach: Private Transfer All-Inclusive
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Duration: 6 hours
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