Head to the largest archipelago in the world and stay on one of its 17,000 islands in a 3-, 4- or 5-star hotel in Indonesia. From the volcanoes of Java to the pristine beaches of Lombok via Buddhist Bali, your stay in Indonesia has many adventures in store for you. Relax in the comfort of a luxury establishment before setting off to explore the wonders of this southern Asian country.
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Live the Golden Tulip experience: discover Indonesian cities where you can have an unforgettable stay in high-end luxury hotels and resorts.
Good to know before you go
Admire the sun rising from behind Bromo volcano
Discover the fascinating culture of the country from Toraja to Sulawesi
Visit the Borobudur and Prambanan temples on Java
Observe orangutans in their natural environment in Sumatra
Set out to try and spot Komodo dragons
Sunbathe on the white sandy beaches of Lombok, Gili or Togian Islands
Visit Indonesia from island to island by staying in our hotels
Opt for comfort when you choose our Golden Tulip establishments that are present on every major Indonesian island. From Sumatra to Bali and from Kalimantan and Sulawesi, you can discover Indonesia with lots of relaxation and luxury. Our hotel in Ubud is perfectly located amidst rice fields and offers you a view of the lush vegetation while you take a quiet break. Discover Bali and immerse yourself in Buddhist culture before continuing your journey to nearby islands. Our hotel near Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park features a swimming pool, fitness center and spa, perfect for relaxing after climbing Bromo volcano. You can catch a ferry to Mataram on Lombok and discover the long, deserted sandy beaches of the south of the island before exploring the seabed preserved in the crystal clear waters of the Gili Islands. You will then head to Sulawesi for an immersion in the ancient culture of the Toraja people or Sumatra to observe orangutans in the jungle.
What is there to do in Indonesia?
Vacationing in Indonesia means ensuring a trip that’s complete with the discovery of culture, magnificent landscapes and relaxation. Our hotel near Ubud is an ideal starting point to visit Bali with its Buddhist temples, white or black sand beaches and bright green rice fields. Not far away is the island of Java and its volcanoes, which you can observe in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, an essential stop in Indonesia. You will get up before dawn to begin the climb to the vista point that offers a breathtaking panorama of the crater of Semeru. As the sun rises, the caldera gradually clears up and the silhouettes of volcanoes appear, spitting out impressive plumes of smoke at regular intervals. You will then cross the stretch that separates you from Mount Bromo and climb to the edge of its crater for a view overlooking the heart of the volcano. A little further away is a land that is the end of the world and that was forgotten by time; it’s a place where you will be transported into the past. On the island of Komodo there is a unique species in the world that is believed to have come straight from prehistoric times: the Komodo dragon. Seeing these lizards that can grow up to 13 feet long will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Best beaches and cruises in Indonesia
Whether on land or at sea, discover the most beautiful beaches in the country and the islands that are still protected from mass tourism. Lombok has beaches around the village of Kuta that are miles long and appear relatively deserted. A multi-day cruise will take you from Mataram to Komodo with stops on uninhabited islets where you can dive into unspoiled seabed and explore unspoiled nature. And if you are looking for small paradise-like islands, the three Gili islands located between Bali and Lombok seem to come out of a postcard: white and fine sand beaches lapped by translucent waters which are full of lazy turtles. For an even starker change in scenery, start exploring from our hotel in Makassar to meet the Bajau people on the Togian Islands in Sulawesi. These sea nomads build their villages on stilts between islands covered with jungle and are then built on pristine beaches. Throughout your stay, let yourself be tempted by the local cuisine served at our Golden Tulip restaurants, to the delight of your palate.