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Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world with incredible and diverse beauty between Australia and Asia Mainland. As a tropical country with lush and green vegetation, it has the most beautiful panoramic of mountains, jungle, sea and lake. This most complex single nation on earth has customs, architecture, ethnology, dialect, and geography all its own. Divided into 33 provinces and special territories, Indonesia is symbolized in the state motto “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika“ which means “Unity in Diversity“.
We offer you easy to arrange your holiday trip in Indonesia by joining our various kinds of tour excursions all over the country. Please create your own excursions and we will always be more than happy for giving you further information for your satisfaction.
Customs allow on entry a maximum of one litter of alcoholic beverages, 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco and reasonable amount of perfume per adult. Cameras, video cameras, portable radios, cassette recorders, binoculars, and sport equipment are admitted provided they are taken out on departure. They must be declared to Customs. Prohibited are firearms, narcotics, drugs, pornography, Chinese printing and medicines, transceivers and cordless telephone. Films, video tape and laser disc must be screened by censor board. There is no restriction on import or export of foreign currencies and traveler cheques, however the export of Indonesian currency exceeding Rp. 5 million is prohibited.
Foreign currency are exchangeable at banks or money changers in the capital city regencies, hotels or main tourist destinations, but it is advisable to carry rupiah’s in sufficient before traveling to outer provinces or mirror towns. Daily rates are posted in banks and in leading daily newspaper.
There are metered taxies in major cities, train traverse the island of Java and part of Sumatra. Fare is comparatively cheap but higher on air conditioned train running between major cities. Beside Garuda Indonesia as Indonesia flag carrier, has extensive network throughout the country. To all major cities on the archipelago, Garuda has daily service.
Dress is normally casual and light clothing is advised due to the hot humid climate
The Indonesian staple food is rice – steamed, boiled of fried. Some accompanying dishes can be pepper hot, big red pepper or spicy ones, so it is advisable to ask before ordering. There are many restaurants specializing in European, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine. A variety of beverages are available everywhere keep to bottled drink if doubtful of water served in restaurants.
The big cities have shopping complexes, supermarket, malls and department stores where prices are fixed. Open daily from : 09.00 am to 10.00 pm seven days a week .
Indonesia is very polite people. Handshaking is customary both for men and women on introduction and greeting and smiling is a national characteristic. If use of the left hand to give or receive is taboo, also crooking your finger to call someone is considered impolite. Pork forbidden for the Moslem and Beef for the Balinese Hindu but they are available at many restaurants.
Make you more than just stay, just hundred meters to the temple.
Located in the area Borobudur surrounded by lush tropical garden
Berg View combines Nature with modern style, a volcano view.
Amanjiwo opened in 1997, clear view to Borobudur
A real Javanese place to stay, close to Borobudur.
Offers special experience to fell the touch of javanese