A solid cluster of tropical islands, each dotted with its own colorful mosaic of people, culture and customs, Indonesia is the largest archipelago and home to some of the finest beaches in the world. A sultry kaleidoscope spanning 5000 Km across the equator, the sheer variety of experiences it offers is mind boggling as well as mesmerising. So many different cultures, people, customs, animals, plants, tourist places, artwork and food come together to form this hugely popular country that it seems like it is a seamless blend of over 100 different nations. Travel to Indonesia with Abercrombie and Kent and transport yourself to places visited never before and of tales unheard.
Bali is undeniably Indonesia's jeweled crown. Explore the amazing areas of this beautiful beach site that are yet to be discovered by the mainstream. Savor the remarkable Balinese culture in its myriad arts and crafts in Ubud and enjoy the joys of a delightfully laidback life in Nusa Dua, also an ideal base to explore the nearby beaches of Sanur, Legian and Kuta. Both offer exotic hotels renowned for their exceptional service and outstanding settings. Discover royal culture and architectural splendor in east Bali, also known as 'Old Bali.' The region is packed with quaint, little villages whose way of life has changed little over centuries, such as the closed, religious community of Tenganan - a must for a holiday to Indonesia. Indonesia Holidays are certainly incomplete without a visit to this eclectic, vibrant and alive city.
Lombok, the most popular destination in Nusa Tengerra, is Bali's less known neighbor and consists of lush rice terraces, fascinating temples, ornate palaces and immaculate beaches that await exploration during your Indonesian holiday. From Lombok, take a short trip to the Gili Islands, offering white sand, azure waters and spectacular diving opportunities. The same can be said for the adjoining island of Moyo, which envelops peace and tranquility.
Java may not have the beaches of Bali or the jungles of Kalimantan or even the remoteness of Papua but is truly the heart and soul of Indonesia. The Buddhist Temple of Borobudur and the Komodo National Park, home to the Komodo dragon - the largest living species of lizard in the world, are places to look out for.