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WHAT TO EAT & DRINK IN INDONESIA

Indonesian food is one of the best parts of any Indonesia tour. We’ll lead the way to the feast, starting with steaming plates of stir-fried rice and salads smothered in peanut sauce.

Nasi Goreng

If you love fried rice, you’ll adore Nasi Goreng, Indonesia’s answer to this famous dish. It’s made extra delicious in Indonesia with a dash of kecap manis, a sweet soy sauce that caramelizes the rice when it cooks. Top it with a fried egg, and you’ve got one of the world’s greatest comfort foods.

Gado Gado

This traditional Indonesian salad is made with boiled potato, hard-boiled eggs, steamed vegetables, and fried tofu and tempeh, all doused in a tangy peanut sauce, with a handful of prawn crackers for extra crunch. It’s one of the country’s most beloved dishes and we’ll show you all the best places to try it.

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WHEN IS BEST TO VISIT INDONESIA

Indonesia has something to offer 365 days of the year. Whether you want to explore the cities, hit the beach, or snap some stunning shots of the rice fields, there's an Indonesia trip waiting for you.

Best Time for a Bali Trip

Bali is wonderful all year round, and we especially love the dry season from May to September when there is little rain and lots of sun.

Best Time to See the Tegallalang Rice Terraces

The rice terraces are gorgeous all year round, but If you want to see them at their greenest, it’s best to visit before the rice is harvested, between March and April, September and October, or December and January.

Best Time to Discover the Island of Java

PACKING TIPS FOR INDONESIA

HOW TO TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY IN INDONESIA

Say No to Plastic

Waste disposal is a huge problem for Indonesia and you can help out by using refillable bottles and bags to use throughout your trip.

Dress Modestly

Indonesia is a largely conservative country and it’s important to respect the culture by leaving the swimsuit at the beach, and covering your knees and shoulders at religious sites.

Mind Your Hands

In Indonesia, it’s considered impolite to point with your finger, pass or accept things with your left hand, or touch people on the head as this is a sacred part of the body.

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