With your own private infinity pool, The Bale in Nusa Dua is a quiet oasis of tranquillity & seclusion making it one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.
Indonesia Travel Blogs
These are all of our Indonesia travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
Indonesia is big. In fact, with 250 million people living across 17,500 different islands, it’s really big. But from the sprawling cities of Jakarta to the ancient temples of Borobudur to the idyllic secluded islands of Raja Ampat, Indonesia has a diversity rarely found anywhere else.
A country home to Bali, there’s to Indonesia than this one island. For us, we loved exploring all the temples of Java, seeing paradise at Raja Ampat, and one of our favourite days in Indonesia was climbing to the top of Mount Batur for sunrise in Bali. This is Indonesia.
With your own private plunge pool and the black sand beach of Lovina just meters from your front door, Lilin Lovina is the perfect place to relax for a few days.
The Mount Batur sunrise hike in Bali is equal parts challenging and exhilarating, but here’s what it’s really like hiking to the top of Mount Batur!
Bandung is Indonesia’s cultural heartbeat, and there are loads of things to do in the city. If you’ve only got 48 hours in Bandung here’s what you should do!
If you’re heading to Lombok and the Gili Islands then here are a few things you can get up to while you’re there! This really is the Bali from 20 years ago.
With crystal clear water, pristine beaches and stunning islands, Raja Ampat can consider itself paradise on earth. Find out what it’s really like to travel here.
Borobudur, Candi Ratu Boko & Prambanan are up there with the finest temples in the world, and these photos will show you why they should be on your bucket list.
From the locals asking for selfies in the capital of Jakarta to the smiling faces of those in Bandung, this was my heartwarming welcome to Indonesia.