One-third of the accommodations (38.81%) in Indonesia are hotel rooms. They are the most typical properties there. Additionally, these properties have an average size of 300 ft² and an average price of $58 per night. Furthermore, most hotel rooms in this destination can accommodate groups of 3, which makes it an ideal vacation destination for couples and small groups. Users interested in something other than hotel rooms will also find many house rentals, which are the second most popular type of accommodation in Indonesia. Our data reveals that the median price of house rentals is $284 a night for an area of 3,130 ft².
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Popular Rental Amenities in Indonesia
The above filters will help you find the ideal property in Indonesia. HomeToGo's data shows that "internet" and "TVs" turn out to be the most frequently provided features in Indonesia. Three features that are not often available are "saunas," "fireplaces," and "cribs."
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Discover idyllic Indonesia with a vacation rental
With Bali as its poster child, Indonesia has captivated the world with its pristine beaches, verdant jungles, and rich culture. But there is more to Indonesia than Bali. After all, Indonesia has more than 18,000 islands making this tropical paradise the world’s largest archipelago. Each island and region of Indonesia offers different activities and with a long list of vacation rentals, there are more reasons to enjoy long-term travel in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s multi-facet cuisine
Due to religion, pork is rarely served in Indonesia with the exception of Bali where locals are Hindu. So when in Bali you can enjoy juicy Babi Guling (roasted pig). Satay is skewered marinated meat usually chicken, served with Sambal (spicy sauce with shrimp paste) or peanut sauce. Nasi Goreng (fried rice) is a tourist favorite and is traditionally topped with fried egg. For dessert there is Cendol (red beans, jellies, corn, and other fruits served in milk and crushed ice) providing relief from the tropical heat.
Other popular foods in Indonesia are Rendang (spicy seared beef), Gado-gado (salad of fried tofu, steamed vegetables, potatoes, hard boiled egg topped with peanut sauce), and Tumpeng (cone-shaped yellow rice).
Weather and Climate in Indonesia – The best time to visit
Sitting the middle of the equator, Indonesia is one of the countries in Asia experiencing a tropical climate – warm temperature with high humidity. Average temperature in Indonesia is 82˚F with its highlands feeling cooler at 73˚F. Humidity can reach from 70 to 90% especially during the dry months.
There are two seasons - dry and wet. The rainy season starts from June to September and typhoons occasionally occur from September to December. The dry season starts from March to June, with temperature reaching above 89˚F.
Exciting things to do in Indonesia
With different regions offering different themed activities, Indonesia is everybody’s destination. From beaches to learning local crafts, the archipelago beckons anyone’s taste and preference. In Bali alone you can enjoy the indulging beach scene at Nusa Dua, go surfing in Sanur, watch the dolphins in Lovina, or enjoy the cooler weather while discovering mountain villages in Munduk.
As a country made of islands, you will never run out of white-sand beaches. Diving and snorkeling spots are found in Belitung, Medan, and Manado. Indonesia is also home to many volcanoes so a trek to the crater lakes of Tangkuban Perahu and Kawah Puti in Bandung provides exceptional views from the top. Mount Bromo is one of the best volcano treks to conquer.
For history buffs, visit Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist monument built way back in the 9th century. In Yogyakarta, never miss Royal Palace, Water Palace, and the awe-inspiring Prambanan Temple complex. If you love nature, travel to Komodo Island to see the dragons.
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