To help you prepare for your forthcoming trip to Bali or Indonesia, the Evaneos Travel team, who is truly passionate about this country, has drawn up a travel guide on Indonesia for you. In this guide, you will find answers to all the queries you may have about this archipelago: ...To help you prepare for your forthcoming trip to Bali or Indonesia, the Evaneos Travel team, who is truly passionate about this country, has drawn up a travel guide on Indonesia for you. In this guide, you will find answers to all the queries you may have about this archipelago: which are the essential places not to be missed under any circumstances or, on the other hand, which islands are still off the beaten track? Is Indonesia a safe country? What are the habits and customs, and can a woman travel alone? From a more practical point of view, you will also learn which visa is necessary for a stay in Indonesia, and also what health precautions to bear in mind. You will also discover that Indonesia is an affordable destination, depending on the standard of holiday you choose! Also, did you know that Indonesian is a very easy language to learn, as there are no tenses, plurals or genders? You will discover the basics of this language in the dedicated chapter of this practical guide. You should note, however, that there is a total of 742 languages spoken in Indonesia! You will discover all this and lots of other practical, cultural and unusual information in the practical guide to Indonesia!Continue reading
The ideas presented here for a holiday in Bali, Java, Sumatra or on any of the Indonesian islands can be fully personalised. Via Evaneos Travel, you make contact with an English-speaking travel agent based in Indonesia. Their flawless knowledge of the destination makes them your best ally for creating an individual holiday in Indonesia that perfectly suits you! Don’t hesitate to share what you want: they will create a unique holiday for you. Perhaps you would like to organise a trip to Java? This island has 50 active volcanoes: not to be missed for those interested in volcanism. You can also visit splendid monuments: Prambaman and its 500 temples and Borubudur and its 72 Buddhas. These two sites are second to none in Angkor Vat. And not far from here, Yogykarta and its delicious markets will enable you to take a pleasant urban break. Before returning to the heart of Indonesian nature, lush rice fields, coffee and cocoa plantations and even vanilla and clove plantations await you in Java. During your trip to Indonesia, you can stop off on the world’s sixth largest island: Sumatra. An authentic and bewitching destination, it is an adventurers’ paradise amid lakes, mountains and primary jungle. This jungle is one of the world’s oldest forests and it shelters the last orang-utans. So what are you waiting for? Your Indonesian trip is awaiting you!
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