Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

The world’s largest archipelago nation, its 17,000-odd islands are spattered across more than 3,000 miles of the equator.

Its 250 million inhabitants speak more than 700 languages and practice six official religions, not to mention a range of animist traditions.

One calculation suggests it would take 48 years to visit all of Indonesia. Yet, if two weeks is all you have, that shouldn’t stop you from discovering this diverse nation.

Bali Adjudged Best Island for 12th Successive Year

Bali Adjudged Best Island for 12th Successive Year

The poll was conducted in August and October 2016, featuring 31 different categories, including hotels and resorts, serviced residences, spas, airlines, airports, and destinations.

South Bali’s Seven Best Beaches

South Bali’s Seven Best Beaches

There are several well-known and rarely explored beaches to discover here, far removed from the chaos of the main tourist areas.

20% Drop in Length of Stay for Bali Visitors

20% Drop in Length of Stay for Bali Visitors

Indonesian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (ASITA) have expressed alarm over a sudden and significant drop in length-of-stay for tourists coming to Bali, quoted from Bali Discovery.

Over 4.48 Million Tourists Visit Bali in 2016

Over 4.48 Million Tourists Visit Bali in 2016

More than 4.48 million foreign tourists visited Bali via the resort islands Ngurah Rai Airport from January to November 2016, up 23.52 percent from 3.63 million in the same period last year.