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Cheap Flights & Promo Fares from Indonesia

Indonesia, the largest country in Southeast Asia, is a tropical archipelago with over 17,000 islands with a fascinating mix of culture, language and ethnicity. Indonesia shares a border with Papua New Guinea and East Timor to the east and Malaysia to the north. Being a multicultural country, Indonesia celebrates a wide range of religious holidays and festivals with the most significant being Ramadan which usually happens between June to July.

Located between the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean, Indonesia is a warm and tropical country. It only has two seasons, rainy and dry, but is quite relative. Expect it to still rain during the dry season, only less than what you see during the rainy season. The dry months are from April to October while the rainy months are November to March.

Indonesia boasts of having the second-largest tropical forests in the world after Brazil. Not only do they have lush green natural forests but you can also find cloud-topped mountains and bright blue beaches with white sandy shorelines. After travelling through Indonesia’s many popular tourist spots, it may be time to visit their equally wondrous neighbors. Here are a few worth visiting:

Malaysia – Be sure to visit the world’s tallest twin towers that has the highest two story bridge in the world, the Petronas Towers. Visitors can go up to the sky bridge to take in the breathtaking view of the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Do not miss visiting Kinabalu Park in Sabah which is a World Heritage site and where you can find the Mount Kinabalu mountain. Another tourist destination not to miss is what is considered to be one of the oldest tropical forests in the world, the Taman Negara. In Malay, Taman Negara literally means “national park” and is estimated to be around 130 million years old.

Papua New Guinea – Considered to be one of the best diving destinations of the world, many thanks to having one of the healthiest coral reef systems, diving is the must-see activity in Papua New Guinea. There are many diving spots in the country. Tufi is considered to be one of the best. It is home to one the only four tropical fjords in the world. If diving is not enough for your adventurous soul, Papua New Guinea is also known for having great surfing spots such as Vanimo, the capital of Sandaun Province which is close to Indonesia.

Palau – An island country located in the Western Pacific Ocean, it is made up of 250 islands with Koror Island being the most inhabited. Palau is known to have some of the world’s best dive sites including the most famous, the Blue Corner. In Palau, you can also get the chance to swim with the dolphins. Swim alongside these beautiful creatures at the Dolphins Pacific, one of the world’s largest marine mammal interactions facilities.

Indonesia has over 200 airports many of which cater to international travel. The main airport to use when flying out of Indonesia would be the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. It serves the greater Jakarta area. If you’re flying out of Bali, the Ngurah Rai International Airport also known as the Denpasar International Airport would be the best port of departure. It is the third busiest airport in Indonesia and serves the Denpasar region.

Many airlines fly in and out of Indonesia daily from various international airports. Compare and find cheap flights flying out of Indonesia on Skyscanner.

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