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Full of stunning beaches, relics and monuments, Indonesia is home to thousands of volcanic islands, and hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many different languages. It’s known for beaches, volcanoes, Komodo dragons and jungles with elephants, orangutans and tigers.
Currency: Indonesian Rupiahs
Visas: Visitors can apply for a visa before they arrive in Indonesia. Typically this is a visitor’s visa, for either 30 or 60 days.
Bintan Island is just a short ferry ride from Singapore. As a tropical island, the temperature ranges from 21-32 degrees C throughout the year. The best time to go on holiday there would be between March and October to avoid the rainy season. The Tanjung Pinang International Dragon Boat Festival takes place in October and is a popular tourist attraction. The race has been apart of Chinese tradition for 2,500 years and is still practised today. Tourists, visitors and pilgrims come from Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia to watch the festivities. Teams compete in a dragon boat race and after, are entertained by the Getai, a performance by Singaporean, Indonesian and Malaysian artistes.
For more history and culture there are ancient temples to visit such as 500 Lohan Temple, Banyan Tree temple and Grotto Santa Maria. There is a rich history to discover and mangrove forests to explore. You can take a boat rise through Sungei Sebung and watch monkeys, kingfishers, otters and tree snakes.
Bintan Island is famous for its stunning tropical beaches, lined with palm trees, clear, pure water and a deep blue horizon. Bintan Island also has some of the best golf courses around, the plush green cliff tops sometimes overlook the sea and offer fantastic scenery across the island.
Sprawling vistas, awe-inspiring waterfalls, natural hot springs and crystal blue waves. It’s not hard to see why Bali is considered the jewel of Indonesia. Bali has a lot to offer the adventurous holiday seeker, with its volcanoes and mountains there are several activities to choose from to traverse these new terrains; Kayaking, trekking, mountaineering, white-water rafting, diving and snorkelling to name a few. For a more relaxing holiday, Bali can also offer serene tropical beaches, hot springs and scenic waterfalls, sacred monkey sanctuaries, hidden stone temples and a fascinating history with colourful traditions that are still practised today.
Bali is one of one of more than 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago but what makes Bali so popular is the rich culture. The colourful processions celebrate everything from food, animals, plants, to the gods. The celebrations range from placing beautiful flowers in the streets, painting themselves green to ward off evil spirits to the 24-hour silence so that the bad spirits will leave the island. Therefore, it is best to check your holidays with corresponding festivals.
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In the distance, the slopes of the Batur volcano with its terraced paddy fields. At your feet, beautifully clear waters and fine sandy beaches. In the Sunda archipelago, the Club Med’s Bali Resort is proud to show off its brand new look.
The Island of Bintan to the south of Singapore is full of history, marked by fallen empires and the spice trade. Its tranquil bays were long used by the Orang Laut pirates as a refuge. This is the site of the Bintan Island Club Med Resort, a haven of tranquillity and refinement combining modernity with Asian tradition.
Start your journey inward with Canang in Ubud, a traditional offering given at Hindu temples, before immersing yourself in nine days of rejuvenating activities, healthy food, and captivating sights.
Experience a sailing trip like no other in gorgeous Raja Ampat, West Papua. Welcome to the archipelago with the richest marine biodiversity on Earth.
Travel to Bali and discover Indonesia’s beautiful island escape. Dotted with small, character-filled villages, smouldering volcanoes rising out of lush rich fields, idyllic beaches and colourful reefs, Bali is the perfect island getaway.
With gentle Balinese hospitality and a beautiful coastal setting, this is a retreat to nourish the soul.
The Ubud Village sits in beautiful lush grounds complete with coconut palms, striking Balinese architecture, ornate sculptures and water features, which sets the tone for a relaxing stay.
On this 14-day tour, you will head away from the hustle and bustle of crowds and explore the undiscovered side of Bali.
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