Discover boutique hotels in Indonesia

Beaches, volcanoes and jungles, oh my! Indonesia has no shortage of dramatic scenery and remote white-sand beaches. In Yogyakarta you’ll find temples and mountains aplenty, Seminyak has buzzing streets to roam, and in beautiful Bali there’s sun and surf enough for ten tropical holidays at once. For an island getaway, choose from remote Sumba Island with its lush tropical forests, Lombok for barefoot luxury, crowd-free Moyo Island with its marine reserve, or the six islands of Bawah, with their azure-blue lagoons and white-sand beaches.

Destinations in Indonesia

  • Tan-hungry bodies beautiful come for Bali's sun, sand and surf; fashionistas flock to the Seminyak night scene, and urban escapists head here for stress-easing jungle tranquillity.
  • Cast adrift within three azure-blue lagoons, Bawah Island is made up of six paradise islands with 13 white-sand beaches and an expanse of untouched hinterland – and all for just 70 explorers at once.
  • Gorgeous, tropical Lombok is a life-enhancing antidote to bright lights and bling for honeymooning couples who prefer their barefoot luxury to be less bland.
  • If you love Bali, you'll think you've died and gone to heaven when you set foot on wildly beautiful, crowd-free Moyo Island, a nature and marine reserve a short flight away in Indonesia's Nusa Tenggara archipelago.
  • An archipelago of more than 1,500 thickly-forested islands separated by turquoise water, Raja Ampat is paradise for divers, naturalists and beach lovers.
  • ‘Undiscovered tropical idyll’ barely does it justice – with perfect beaches, swirling cerulean surf and lush tropical forests, the island of Sumba, almost untouched by tourism, is somewhere you’ll want to keep to yourself…
  • Yogyakarta may be difficult to pronounce, but it's easy to love: it has temples to rival Angkor Wat; a centuries-long history as a centre of academia and the arts, and an atmospheric mountain backdrop.

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