- From: 09/07/2020
- For: 12 days
- Landing in: Jakarta, Indonesia
- Returning from: Gili Air, Indonesia
2 nightsMon. Sep 07-Wed. Sep 09
1 nightWed. Sep 09-Thu. Sep 10
2 nightsThu. Sep 10-Sat. Sep 12
2 nightsSat. Sep 12-Mon. Sep 14
2 nightsMon. Sep 14-Wed. Sep 16
1 nightWed. Sep 16-Thu. Sep 17
Gili Air, Indonesia
1 nightThu. Sep 17-Fri. Sep 18
2 nightsMon. Sep 07 - Wed. Sep 09
Indonesia's capital is a unique blend of old and new, with traditional marketsand modern skyscrapers, ancient temples, and modern nightclubs.
Historic Center, Jakarta
Lose yourself in this fascinating city, admiring the towering modern buildings, stopping in a market, and scoping out the best food.
National Museum, Jakarta
Home to a collection of artifacts, artwork, ethnography, and more, this museum exhibits thousands of years of Indonesian history.
Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Jakarta
A popular miniature park showcasing various aspects of Indonesian culture, from architecture, to traditions, dances, garb, and more.
Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta
Indonesia's largest mosque features eclectic modern architecture and bears symbolic decorative elements.
1 nightWed. Sep 09 - Thu. Sep 10
A laid back port city, known for its cultural diversity, traditional batik industry, and collection of walled palaces.
Sunyaragi Cave, Cirebon
Wander around this 18C complex that is not a cave at all, wondering whether it is constructed from corals as the local legends claim.
Keraton Kasepuhan, Cirebon
A 15C royal palace surrounded by a garden with a few statues, featuring a small museum exhibiting historic garb and royal relics.
Historic Center, Cirebon
Get to know the city, admiring the eclectic architecture, sampling the delicious cuisine, and enjoying the laid back atmosphere.
Famed for the aquamarine waters of its river, this gorge is a paradise for adventurers who enjoy rafting and natural beauty.
2 nightsThu. Sep 10 - Sat. Sep 12
Brimming with cultural treasures, this city offers diverse museums, great food, and access to Indonesia's best ancient temples.
Historic Center, Yogyakarta
Hire a rickshaw to explore the colorful city streets, or wander around by food, visiting shops, temples, and local food stalls.
Kotagede Neighborhood, Yogyakarta
Now a hub of silversmiths, this district boasts remnants of a 16C Sultanate capital, including a mosque, a palace, and fortifications.
Taman Sari Water Castle, Yogyakarta
Built in the 18C as a royal recreational garden, this complex boasts artificial lakes, fine architecture, and other ornate elements.
Kraton Area, Yogyakarta
This 18C palace complex is home to the Sultan of Yogyakarta and offers markets, a historical museum, mosques, and live performances.
2 nightsSat. Sep 12 - Mon. Sep 14
Established in the 18C, this lovely university city boasts a wealth of Colonial architecture, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene.
Historic Center, Malang
Walk around town, enjoying the mild climate, and admiring the lovely old architecture, dating from Dutch Colonial times.
Museum Malang Tempo Doeloe
Offering hands-on exhibits, this private museum follows the history of Malang, Javanese royal houses, and local crafts.
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park
Encompassing the colossal Tengger Caldera, within which other volcanoes have arose, this national park is rich with endemic flora.
Whether you take a jeep or opt to climb up by foot, this active volcano offers an interesting experience and marvelous panoramas.
2 nightsMon. Sep 14 - Wed. Sep 16
This beach town is full of charm and offers easy access to the picturesque Menjangan Island, where rich marine life awaits you.
Historic Center, Pemuteran
Explore streets lined with shops and cafes catering to hordes of visiting tourists, then go to the beach for some superb snorkeling.
Hike down stairs and through the jungle to reach these waterfalls, comprising seven separate cascades into a breathtaking whole.
This picturesque craggy headland boasts a 16C Balinese temple, offering a superb moment for a memorable picture.
1 nightWed. Sep 16 - Thu. Sep 17
A bustling seaside resort set in a a fishing village, visitors enjoy the picturesque beaches, fresh seafood, and local culture.
Fringed with lush tropical forests, this beautiful beach offers all the hallmarks of the best vacations - swimming, tanning, and more.
Historic Center, Jimbaran
Stroll through town, taking in the sites and smells, enjoying the fresh sea breeze, and sampling some amazing seafood.
Jimbaran Fish Market
While certainly boasting a unique odor, this fast-paced market is brimming with all manner of seafood and energetic merchants.
1 nightThu. Sep 17 - Fri. Sep 18
An off-the-beaten-path destination with authentic Indonesian atmosphere.
Gili Air Historic Center
Walk through the town center and get a feel for the local culture.
Climb to the summit of this volcano, visit the caldera or descent to the crater lake as you explore this geological national park.
Nestled amidst gardens and rice paddies, this former palatial residence is best-known for its Water Palace and its lush beauty.