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Highlights of Indonesia

  • TAILOR-MADE HOLIDAY IDEA

Duration

15 Days

Prices Start from

$6,275pp (ex. flights)

Whether a honeymoon, a well-deserved break or family travels, this 15-day holiday to Indonesia would, with a few bespoke tweaks, suit all options. It includes the highlights of Bali, with both the beach and the cultural heart of Ubud plus time searching for the elusive Komodo dragon before finishing off with a night or two in vibrant Singapore.

Key Highlights of this Itinerary

Komodo Dragons, Indonesia, Sea Trek Cruises 1

Dragons and Dugongs

Spot dragons, fruit bats and cockatoos, snorkel for starfish, turtles and frogfish in Komodo National Park.

Bali Sunset, Indonesia 2

Sunsets and Paddle

Stand up paddle along the coast before a well-deserved drink as the sun goes down.

Indonesia, Bali rice paddy 3

Freewheeling in Ubud

Cycle through Ubud’s rice paddies by bamboo bike, stopping for coffee and endless views.

Close up of a singapore sling cocktail, long glass, pink drink with pineapple garnish. 4

Singapore Slings

Unwind in a rattan steamer chair at the iconic Raffles Hotel’s Long Bar.

Explore our suggested itinerary

  • Days 1

    Arrive Bali

  • Day 2-4

    Bali (The Legian Seminyak)

  • Day 5

    Denpasar - Komodo (Plataran Komodo)

    Fly from Bali to Komodo

  • Day 6 - 7

    Komodo National Park

  • Day 8

    Komodo - Denpasar - Ubud (Capella Ubud)

    Fly back to Bali and travel overland to Ubud

  • Day 9 - 10

    Ubud

  • Day 11

    Denpasar - Singapore (Fullerton Bay Hotel)

    Fly from Bali to Singapore

  • Day 12 - 13

    Singapore

Days 1

Arrive Bali

Arrive into Denpasar airport and transfer to your chosen beachside retreat.

Day 2-4

Bali (The Legian Seminyak)

Spend three days relaxing and enjoying activities such as stand up paddle boarding, cycling, golf and yoga with evenings watching the sun set.

Day 5

Denpasar - Komodo (Plataran Komodo)

Fly from Bali to Labuan Bajo. Boat transfer to the hotel. An alternative is on board a private yacht – a great way to see more secluded islands.

Day 6 - 7

Komodo National Park

Spend two days amidst the Komodo National Park spotting dragons, fruit bats and cockatoos on land before snorkelling in search of starfish, turtles and frogfish.

Day 8

Komodo - Denpasar - Ubud (Capella Ubud)

Fly back to Bali and travel overland to Ubud, in the centre of the island.

Day 9 - 10

Ubud

Spend two days exploring temples, hiking and cycling through Ubud’s rice paddies by bamboo bike, stopping for coffee and to admire the endless views. For somewhere less visited swap Ubud for Munduk and Menjangan

Day 11

Denpasar - Singapore (Fullerton Bay Hotel)

Day 12 - 13

Singapore

Spend two days exploring Chinatown, Botanical Gardens, shops and restaurants of Singapore.

Our travel experts can tailor this itinerary to suit you.

More details

Capella Ubud, Exterior, Bali, Indonesia
Capella Ubud, Ubud, Indonesia
Capella Ubud, Guestroom, Bali, Indonesia
Capella Ubud, Ubud, Indonesia

Beautiful Bolt Holes

Indonesia is home to some of the world’s best hotels, from private pool villas set within lush gardens to remote island paradises. We work closely with our favourites properties to ensure the best fit for our clients. This holiday includes those with a sense of place such as Capella Ubud, the Legian for the perfect sunset and Sudamala for your Komodo base. From the food to the service, there is a property to suit all tastes and budgets.

Komodo Dragon, Komodo, Indonesia
Komodo Dragon

Komodo Dragons

Seeing these iconic lizards, the world’s largest, on their home turf is magical, prehistoric almost. Lazily walking along the beach, they patrol the islands of Rinca and Komodo detecting food with forked tongues – ready to devour their prey with sharp serrated teeth. Based in Labuan Bajo, take a day boat to explore the islands – ideally private to allow for flexibility and a more bespoke experience.

Mother and child, monkey, Bali, Indoneisa
Teenagers surfing, Bali, Indonesia
Teenagers surfing

Family Adventures

Bank a lifetime of family memories. Indonesia offers younger children safe, gently shelving beaches with an early introduction to exciting wildlife while older children can take full advantage of this diverse county, from cycling to sailing, diving and conservation. With Indonesia’s weather at its best during the long European summer holidays there is time to really explore. Add on Java for some ancient culture or stay on a houseboat in Tanjung Puting National Park to walk amongst endangered orangutans.

Accommodation

Below you can see some of the wonderful places we have recommended for this journey.

The Legian £££££

  • Indonesia
  • Beach and Island Escapes

Found on the golden sands of Seminyak Beach and a stone’s throw from the buzzing local restaurant and shopping scene, The Legian is the perfect hotel for couples and families alike. Stylish and contemporary, the 67 suites are subtlety designed by an Indonesian architect giving a sense of place while making room for all the mod cons. Across the road, guests can find The Club at The Legian Bali – 11 one-bedroom villas and three two-bedroom pool villas, a perfect place for those seeking solitude or for larger groups of family or friends. Add to this a choice of three pools and a host of activities.

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Capella Ubud £££££

  • Indonesia
  • Tented Camps

Capturing the spirit of an 1890s European settlers camp, Capella Ubud is made up of 22 extravagantly individual tented suites and lodges, each with its own private salt-water pool. Conjuring up an atmosphere of adventure and seclusion the rooms offer views of the rainforest, rice terraces, river and valleys.

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Fullerton Bay Hotel £££££

  • Singapore
  • City

The elegant and colonial Fullerton Singapore stands in stark contrast to its backdrop of modern skyscrapers. Located at the mouth of the Singapore River it has fantastic views of the harbour and offers a historic and glamorous base from which to explore the city. Sweeping staircases, marble pillars and chandeliers lead to 400 rooms, each of which has views of either the skyline or harbour. The rooftop swimming pool and bar are fabulous and additional facilities include five restaurants and a spa.

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A note on price

Prices will vary depending on the time of year you are travelling and accommodation choices. In this itinerary we suggest a selection of luxury hotels.

Prices do not include international flights. Please ask one of our Travel Experts for an accurate quote. Flights purchased through Steppes Travel departing from the UK are ATOL protected.

This Itinerary
Low Season
From $5,463 Per person
High Season
From $6,469 Per person

When to travel

Indonesia in January

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Indonesia in February

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Indonesia in March

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Indonesia in April

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in May

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in June

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in July

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in August

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in September

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in October

April to October is the dry season for most of the country. Wildlife is at its peak, and long sunny days make for perfect beach weather. Travel outside of July and August to secure the best accommodation, or be prepared to book well in advance.

Indonesia in November

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

Indonesia in December

November to March is the rainy season in most of Indonesia, apart from northern Sumatra, Maluka and Papua, which have fantastic diving conditions. It is a quieter time of year, with the ability to travel with spontaneity. January and February are the wettest months.

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