Indonesia Travel Planner 2006 (Guide Book)

The Indonesia--Travel Planner 2006 is a comprehensive guide to plan your trip to Indonesia.From getting to a destination to what souvenirs or keepsake to keep an eye on, this book will relay it to you. more »

Online Dictionary
Useful dictionary, English-Indonesia vice versa more »

Entry Formalities
All travelers to Indonesia must be in possession of passport valid for at least six months from date of arrival and have proof (tickets) of onward or return passage. more »

Tips for Travelling with Kids
Here are some tips for you when you are
traveling with your kids. more »


From guesthouses to five-starred hotels, Indonesia are packed with lodgings/accommodation to cater to every visitor's whim. Make sure to book in advance or use a travel agent, especially during holiday season (December-January & June-July).

Click here to check out the list of accomodation to choose for.

There are various ways to travel in Indonesia. Some of them are fun! rom regular buses, taxis, trains, busways, planes, ships, boats-to exotic becak (Indonesian pedicab) and andong/delman (vehicle with horsepower--in
the literal sense). more »

Indonesia is indeed a culinary h[e]aven. Whatever taste you're hankering for, you'll be able to quench your thirst and satisfy your hunger here. Bear in mind that Indonesia has various traditional food. If you're looking for something hot and spicy, you might want to try Padangese food (West Sumatra). If you want something sweet, opt for Javanese food (in
Jogjakarta, for instance). Most tourists prefer Sundanese food. more »

Packing Tips

Pack light! Indonesia is blessed with plenty of sunshine, so clothes with lightweight material will suit the climate best. On rainy season (October-April) please be advised to bring a raincoat or an umbrella. Some places in Indonesia prefer the visitors to dress modestly, though, so please check the local customs. more »