2 Weeks in Indonesia: An Off the Beaten Path Itinerary

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The Best Places to Visit in Indonesia

Indonesia is one far flung country. I've just returned from two glorious weeks traveling around four main regions in Indonesia and loved every minute of it. From a mud-slinging off-roading adventure in Bandung to the cultural heart of Yogyakarta then off to pristine untouched diving in Raja Ampat and my first surfing lesson in Lombok… Indonesia was unforgettable.

If you're thinking of a trip to Southeast Asia and have already seen Bali, here are some of the lesser known islands and best places to visit in Indonesia. For more photos, check out #shershegoes_indonesia on Instagram!


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Yogyakarta (Jokja, Jokjakarta)


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Before You Go:

  1. I read up on the main sights and regions using this Indonesia guidebook before heading east. If you already know you want to spend your time in the sun and sand on Lombok / Bali, pick up this region specific book instead.
  2. Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago with 17,000+ islands spread out across more than 3,000 miles so if you want to really explore, you'll likely be flying from place to place. Domestically, we flew with Tiger Air and and Garuda and both far exceeded my expectations (in fact, they were better than the long-haul flights I took getting in and out of Indonesia!)
  3. Borobudur, the 8th century Buddhist temple is one of the world's greatest religious monuments and best visited at sunrise, when the mist lifts from the mountains. The monument sells a special sunrise ticket – buy in advance and show up early, as it gets quite crowded.
  4. Bring sunscreen and extra strength mosquito repellent – lots of repellent. I counted over 50 bites on myself during the trip and arrived home looking like I had chicken pox! For face sunscreen, my favorite is this Biore one and for body I'm loving this Tropic one which smells amazing and is very moisturizing. I got eaten alive by mosquitos while there so I'd also recommend cortizone if you're as allergic to the bites as I am
  5. Curious about what to pack for a trip to Indonesia? My packing guide and outfits post for females is here.


Indonesia Itinerary

Since most everyone knows about Bali, I wanted to offer an itinerary covering Indonesia's other cities. There are so many beautiful islands, diverse cultures and ancient UNESCO heritage sites in Indonesia that are worth a visit. I've focused this itinerary around local culture, ancient ruins, good food and fabulous beaches.

Keep reading for the off the beaten path to 2 weeks in Indonesia!






Day 1: Arrive Jakarta

Jakarta is the international hub and main landing point into the country (the other international airport is in Denpasar, near Lombok and Bali).


Jakarta in 24 hours:

Honestly, there's not many tourist sights in the capital city – its heavy on malls and shopping.

I spent an afternoon wandering the fancy malls of the capital (Grand Indonesia and Pacific Place) where for enough dough, you can zoom away in a McLaren or glitter in diamonds. For my indulgence, I chose an coffee drink made of espresso ice and poured over with milk (smaller in price tag but no less luxurious ha).

Getting around Jakarta: Jakarta traffic is legendary and there's no public subway system so grab a scooter, uber or taxi to get around and budget 2x the time you think you need. On the plus side, taxis are quite cheap! I took about a 40 minute ride into the city and paid 125,000 rupiah (just under $10 USD) – make sure you get in a reputable taxi company like Blue Bird. Or, you can try out GoJek, the local taxi/uber version that uses scooters.


Where to stay in Jakarta: Swiss Belhotel Airport Jakarta

We spent 24 hours in Jakarta, just to see what Indonesia's capital was all about. Because we knew we were getting out of the city and had heard horror stories about Jakarta's traffic, we opted for this modern, luxurious airport hotel!

There's not much to do or see in the capital as it's mainly a working city so I don't think you can go wrong finding a clean, affordable hotel to rest up after your long flight and then heading onwards! The Swiss Belhotel had spacious, modern rooms, comfy beds and free wifi as well as tons of conference room space, dining areas and restaurants.

Check rates on Booking.com | Hotels.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor





Days 2-3: Bandung

Bandung is the capital of West Java Province and an attractive getaway for local Jakarta residences, as its location high in green fertile mountains provides a beautiful, open-air respite from the capital city. Today Bandung is known as Indonesia's center for learning and creativity and boasts a prestigious university.

 Read more:  Everything You Must Do in Bandung!


Bandung in 48 hours:

1. Tour a tea plantation

2. Visit Komunitas Hong (Hong Community) to learn about traditional games and local toys

3. Have lunch at Dusun Bambu, a family park with the most gorgeous lake scenery and great food

4. Spend an afternoon off-roading

5. Explore Jayagiri forest in north Bandung

6. Listen to the beautiful harmony of vibrating bamboo instruments with a concert at Saung Mang Udjo (Udjo's House)

7. End with dinner at Kampung Daun, a creative restaurant with a rainforest-esque landscape and great local cuisine


Where to stay in Bandung: Sheraton Hotel Bandung

I loved how luxurious this hotel was. A gorgeous lobby, multiple outdoor swimming pools and a huge breakfast buffet – this is a great pick especially if you are a Starwood member and have SPG points. Most all the rooms have a view of the pool and courtyard. Also – free wifi!

Check rates on Booking.com | Hotels.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor






Days 4-6: Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta is one of my favorite regions in Indonesia with a wealth of natural wonders, local art and ancient cultures. The region is often abbreviated as “Jokja” or “Jokjakarta” (as in Indonesian, y's are spoken like j's) and has many attractions to keep you riveted for several days. This is a must-see region if you like temples and want to pick up Indonesian Batik fabric.

 Read more:  10 Fun Things to Do in Yogyakarta


The best things to do in Yogyakarta:

  1. Get up at sunrise to climb Candi Borobudur, a 9th century Buddhist temple
  2. Explore the 3 expressions of God at Candi Prambanan, a Hindu temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site
  3. Make your own batik fabric at Batik Plentong


Where to stay in Jogjakarta: The Phoenix

This stunning hotel was my favorite of the trip as it has a grand, old colonial style feel – very similar to Raffles in Singapore – with the most gorgeous outdoor swimming pool that we took full advantage of and a gigantic breakfast spread of both Western and Indonesia food. My favorite part was the coffee option each morning, with six different types of sugar. The rooms themselves are fairly small but do offer free wifi and local fruits on arrival (try rat's tail fruit). Stay here for the atmosphere – simply incredible!

Check rates on Booking.com | Hotels.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor











Days 7-10: Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is one of the most beautiful, untouched ocean paradises on earth. The main islands, the Four Kings, cover 9.8 million acres of land and sea and are located in East Indonesia on the western side of Papua.

Raja Ampat is a bit of a “secret” paradise, known mostly in the diver community for its incredible marine biodiversity – 540 types of corals, over 1,000 types of reef fish and 700 types of mollusks. For travelers it's a bit less well known, made difficult by the multi modal transport required to get there.

Time there feels unreal, surrounded by nothing but sand and sunshine. If you can, make the journey to Papua and indulge in one of earth's last paradises.

 Read more:  25 Stunning Photos from Raja Ampat


The best things to do in Raja Ampat:

  1. Scuba dive with giant manta rays, turtles and the most amazing coral reefs in the world
  2. Feed the fish at Sawinggrai
  3. Visit the community of Arborek Village for snorkeling and local food (tree sap anyone?)
  4. Hike Piaynemo for unbelievable views of the islands


Diving in Raja Ampat:

I would recommend having an advanced certification or being very comfortable with scuba diving before making the trek out here as the waves can be a bit rough for beginners. Raja Ampat is on the cusp of two oceans, the Indian and Pacifc and as a result the current is strong.

Getting to Raja Ampat is quite a journey (specific instructions for how to get to raja ampat here). The journey is SO worth it, but if you're explicitly looking to visit for the diving, it helps to be extra comfortable. I tried both snorkeling and scuba diving and saw incredible fish and reef life even on the snorkeling so that's always a fantastic back up option.

 Read more:  Get to Know the People of Raja Ampat, Indonesia's Hidden Paradise


Where to stay in Raja Ampat: Raja Ampat Dive Lodge

The Raja Ampat Dive Lodge is simply incredible. From the first steps onto the long wooden jetty, you know you're stepping into another world. We spent three days in paradise, snorkeling under the dock, watching each sunrise and sunset and having fresh grilled shrimp and fish on the open pit. Just be sure to pack sunscreen and mosquito repellent! Each night in early October, tropical rainstorms hit and I would wake up with 10 new mosquito bites.

Check rates on Booking.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor








Days 11-12 Lombok

Lombok is one of the more popular areas in Indonesia, known for pristine beaches and incredible surfing opportunities. I had the best time learning how to surf here and highly recommend it! Deciding between the beach regions – Lombok is more touristy and commercial (but no less excellent) while Raja Ampat is untouched and more ‘Castaway' esque.

 Read more:  18 of the Best Things to Do in Lombok


The best things to do in Lombok:

  1. Brave the waves for a surfing lesson at Selong Blanak Beach
  2. Shop for local sorongs in the nearby marketplace
  3. Relax and enjoy the sun!


Where to stay in Lombok: Novotel Lombok Resort and Villas

The Novotel Lombok is a beautiful, sprawling indoor-outdoor hotel on the beach with tons of options for daily activities and a great breakfast option. You can choose to take an Indonesia cooking class, feed the monkeys or do yoga on the beach. This hotel is much more touristy – I think we saw the most Europeans and Australians on this property than anywhere else on the trip! If you want more 5 star luxurious accommodation in Lombok, this hotel is it.

Check rates on Booking.com | Hotels.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor








Days 13-14: Gili Trangwan

Gili is the collective name for three small islands off the coast of Lombok. We stayed on Trawangan, known for its beach swings. Gili is known for its vibrant nightlife and felt very similar to Cancun. If you're looking for a girls getaway or party spot – this is it! The entire island does not allow motorized transport so you can hop on a horse drawn cart or rent a bike.


The best things to do in Gili Trangwan:

  1. Bike around the island, stopping for a pina colado or two
  2. Swing on the ocean hammocks and swings (although be aware these can get crowded)
  3. Relax by the pool and have a gelato or two (there are tons of stands on the island, all are delicious)
  4. Once the sun goes down… bar hop all night long!


Where to stay in Gili T: Villa Ombak

We stayed at Villa Ombak, a large gorgeous property right across the dock when you get off on the island. The Villa has a number of different room types – I had one with an absolutely huge outdoor bathroom / shower that was so fun. There's a great pool with tons of hammocks, bikes to rent and giant chess boards – you could comfortably stay here all morning, head to the beach and then party at night.

Check rates on Booking.com | Hotels.com | Agoda and Read reviews on TripAdvisor






The best tours in Indonesia:

  • Mount Batur Sunrise Trek: a once in a lifetime experience to enjoy sunrise at the summit of Mount Batur. Balinese guides will show you the way under dark and take you to the edge of the active volcano. Check availability here.
  • Beach and Bar Hop: I wish I had known about this tour when I was traveling in Indonesia! Beach and bar hop across bali in these adorable 1980 VW buses (yes, they're wifi and minibar equipped). Watch the sunset at Jimbaran bay, sip cocktails at Bali's best seaside resorts and do Bali in style. Check availability here.
  • Bali Reef Cruise and Lembongan Island Day Trip: Nusa Lembongan is an idyllic protected island and one of the best places to go snorkeling, diving, etc from Bali. This tour takes care of all transportation and meals! Check availability here.
  • Bali Traditional Village Tour: A full day tour to Ubud's traditional villages and most famous temples with a stunning lunch over Bali's volcano. Check availability here.
  • Seminyak Cooking Class: Do you love food? Then you can't miss a cooking class to learn Balinese classics like coconut pancakes, fried banana and papaya soup. Check availability here.




Visiting Indonesia – Travel Checklist

Flights | From New York City, there are no direct flights to Indonesia but you can grab reasonably priced flights if you book early. Check often for routes and fares here. I've transferred in Doha and China and prefer Doha's modern airport via Qatar Airways.

If flying to Jakarta, fares will be slightly cheaper and from Indonesia's capital you can explore Bandung, Yogyakarta and Sumatra on short domestic flights. If your focus is Bali, note that flights from the USA will be slightly more expensive and typically will involve a 2nd stopover in Jakarta anyway.

Transportation | You can rent a motorized scooter to get around or book a tour to handle transportation if you're not comfortable. Taxis and Ubers will work in some areas, but not all. Bali especially has terrible gridlock traffic.

Accommodation | I highly recommend ‘hotel hopping' Bali – the island is quite large and different neighborhoods have their own characteristics. Bali is also a fantastic place to splurge on a luxury resort – the options are endless, the views are unbeatable and the food is divine. We loved both Alila Villas Uluwatu and the Sofitel Nusa Dua.

Airbnb is a great way to stay in luxurious Balinese resorts for discounted rates – especially if traveling with a group.

Packing | Bring light fabrics and traditional summer wear for Bali along with mosquito spray. If you intend to visit Indonesia's other cities and famous temples, bring modest clothing. Indonesia is the world's largest Muslim country and can view short shorts and mini skirts as impolite. You can read my complete Bali packing list here.

Insurance // Lastly, be sure to visit Indonesia with travel insurance. Whether you get injured and need to be hospitalized, or your phone gets stolen, travel insurance will help when you need it most. I ended up getting seriously ill and visiting the hospital while in Solo, Indonesia and being taken care of was a lifesaver. Get a quote for your trip here.


 You Might Also Enjoy: 


Indonesia Vacation Planning Articles

Quick Guide: The Ultimate Indonesia Travel Guide

When is the Best Time to Visit Indonesia

At a Glance: 50 Incredible Things You Can Only Do in Indonesia

An Off the Beaten Path Itinerary: 2 Weeks in Indonesia


Indonesian Cities, Sights & Tours We Especially Enjoyed

Yogyakarta : 10 Highlights from Java's Cultural Center

Bandung Don't Leave Without Seeing These 7 Sights

A Raja Ampat Travel Guide: Scuba Diving, Hiking & How to Get There

Sun, Surf & Sea: Visiting Lombok & The Gili Islands


Bali, Indonesia Articles

Bali Packing List: What to Wear in the World's Largest Muslim Country

Where to Stay: Decoding Bali's Neighborhoods

Luxury Resorts in Bali with Epic Swimming Pools

Hotel Review: Alila Villas Uluwatu



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BrendaOctober 18, 2016 - 11:54 am

I really like the 2nd itinerary you listed. I am arriving to denpasar, bali, and will like to follow this one. I have two questions and I was wondering if perhaps you could assist. One for the second itinerary, do you think it would be possible to substitute something (like staying a few days extra in kanawa island ) and going to the Gili islands instead? Also, is it better and less expensive to rent hotels once there or to do it online? (i.e the rates for the places you stayed, did you pre-book?)

SherOctober 18, 2016 - 12:03 pm

Hi Brenda – I don’t quite understand your question as I only posted one itinerary, do you mean the second week? I did include the Gili islands on the trip and if you want a more fun / party atmosphere it’s worth exploring. For hotels yes, it’s definitely better to pre-book, you’ll get a cheaper rate.

Lately I’ve been getting comments from users who leave “check my gift card balance” and other strange websites as their URL. I’m not really sure why. I’m tempted to think your comment is spam! If i’m mistaken, please let me know.

CarmenOctober 18, 2016 - 5:56 pm

It looks absolutely stunning there. I really like how you captured the natural beauty of it. I definitely want to visit some day. Great post! :]

SherOctober 19, 2016 - 12:22 am

Thanks Carmen! Indonesia is SO stunning – hope you make it out there soon :)

JoyceOctober 19, 2016 - 9:49 am

It looks like a dream!! I can’t wait to go back to SE Asia!

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ChloeOctober 23, 2016 - 11:35 am

Such a lovely write up and gorgeous pics. I want to go back and do it all over again! Cx

SherOctober 23, 2016 - 2:33 pm

Thanks Chloe!!

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Great photos, layout and information! Was such a great trip!

SherOctober 26, 2016 - 9:02 am

Thanks Mike! Appreciate you stopping by. Hope we see each other again soon!

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JasmineOctober 28, 2016 - 4:03 pm

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Cherene SaradarOctober 29, 2016 - 3:35 pm

Hey Sher, it’s Cher. Lol. I loved this post. Very helpful and gorgeous pics. I’m bookmarking this for when I go next spring!

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stephanieNovember 19, 2016 - 10:35 am

This summer I went to Bali and the Gilis for two/three weeks.
But i wish I had had time to see more of Indonesia!
Hopefully i can go back soon!
Thanks for sharing, ive written these things down.

SherNovember 19, 2016 - 11:21 am

Ooh wish I had spent 3 weeks in Bali, sounds amazing!

MariaNovember 25, 2016 - 3:04 pm

Hi Sher. Thank you for sharing your experiences in this beautiful countrie. I´m very interested in going to Indonesia, specially Bali for honeymoon. Your itinenary is interesting. I´m flying from either LAX or San Diego. I see that you flew to Jakarta… from where did you flew back to your home? Same? Jakarta?

Please let me know or make suggestions. Many thanks in advance.

MariaNovember 25, 2016 - 3:15 pm


I wondered if you received my previous e-mail? I´m going to Indonesia going from either LAX or San Diego. You flew Jakarta way. What airport/city do you suggest coming back to LAX or SD?

Thank you very much!!!!

SherNovember 25, 2016 - 6:18 pm

Hi Maria, I’m happy you’re planning to visit Indonesia. The best place to check flights is either google.com/flights or skyscanner – both will give you great options and allow you to set price alerts for the best deals. Happy to help!

Suzanne HarrisonNovember 26, 2016 - 5:48 am

Hi really great blog, itinerary, photos- what a fab trip. Definately want to do. Just a question you spent 3 days on Raja Ampat- as it takes 2 days to get there? Do you give yourself 6/7 days to get there, 3 days there and get back? just thinking how many days we need to get there and back. I read you said it’s better to pre book rooms/ places to stay- as it’s cheaper. Would we be ok just turning up and asking? Done so in other countries but better to book ahead on Raja ampat. Thanks for all your photos and itinerary and travel ideas- brilliant! Suze

SherNovember 26, 2016 - 3:38 pm

Hi Suzanne – so glad you enjoy the content! To answer your question, I spent 3 full days on the islands of Raja Ampat and the travel time to and from was additional time. If you’re coming from Jakarta or Denpasar, it’s a hair more straight forward as it cuts out one flight, but you should budget at least a full day, possibly a day and a half, for travel time each way.

I covered the full logistical details of getting to Raja Ampat in this post: https://shershegoes.com/how-to-get-to-raja-ampat/

I do recommend booking ahead for a couple reasons. First, it’s quite expensive. Raja Ampat is remote so everything about the trip is pricey – the flights, the ferries/speedboats and the hotels themselves, not to mention diving. If you book ahead you’ll avoid the sticker shock. Secondly, Raja Ampat is a series of islands and the main island where you ferry into, Wasei, is just a industrial port/hub without any tourist infrastructure. Most people choose one of the smaller, more private islands to stay at and to get to the smaller island you need a speedboat which the hotel will arrange for you in advance (at extra cost). If you just show up, you’ll be a bit stranded. You can’t relaly walk around ha. Finally, there aren’t many lodging options. There’s a dive eco center closest to Wasei, the Raja Ampat Dive Lodge I stayed at which is probably the most “luxury”, local home stays on some islands (but these aren’t well advertised unless you are already on the smaller islands) and perhaps 5-8 other hotels so supply is limiting.

Do you speak Indonesian? If so, I think showing up and asking around could be potentially ok. I have to admit I never show up without a hotel booked, even if just as a backup. It sounds like you are comfortable doing it so maybe you may feel differently. I do like booking with booking.com bc you can then cancel without charge if you change your mind.

a final note – Raja Ampat sees very few tourists out in West Papua except “luxury” tourists and die hard scuba divers so there isn’t much infrastructure to cater to Westerners.

Hope that helps and please check the Raja Ampat post for all the logistical details. I put it in there for anyone looking for dedicated info on Raja Ampat! Let me know if you have any other questions, happy to help.

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SumaiyaJune 2, 2017 - 1:30 pm

Hi there,

Can I just tell how amazing your pictures are. I am sold on Indonesia just by the pictures!

I see that you have been to both Thailand and Indonesia. I would like to get your advise on honeymoon location. Which would you prefer for honeymoon? Both of us aren’t so much into beaches but would like some beach time after the wedding and also do some exploring. We are getting married in August and plan to go on the honeymoon in Sept/Oct. I read weather isn’t too good around that time in Thailand but I was kind of leaning towards Thailand. I would really appreciate any advise or input to make my decision on the location. Thank You!

SherJune 2, 2017 - 1:46 pm

Hi Sumaiya, hmm personally I would pick Koh Samui thailand for your honeymoon! That was my favorite place, and I loved where stayed (conrad koh samui). Its not super beachy bc the villas are built into the cliffs but each room has its own infinity pool that overlooks the ocean, and the hotel has a small private island if you want to snorkel and explore!

TeddieJune 6, 2017 - 7:57 pm

Hi! Amazing itinerary! I read your post on getting to Raja Ampat but was curious how you got from Raja Ampat to Lombok. Did you fly back through Jakarta?


SherJune 7, 2017 - 1:43 am

Hi Teddie – thanks! If I remember correctly we connected in makassar. Doesn’t make sense to go all the way to jakarta, as its further west!

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ChloeMarch 27, 2018 - 7:18 am

Hi- I love how you posted photos. May I ask which image plug-in you use? I’ve been looking for one for a long time. Please let me know. Thank you!

SherMarch 27, 2018 - 10:35 am

Hi Chloe – Thanks for the kind words, but I’m not sure what you mean. I don’t use a plugin for photos

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MyaJune 30, 2018 - 8:45 am

Hi, we are considering Indonesia for our next big trip and you’re itinerary is amazing! I think we may follow your recs and schedule haha! I was wondering what time is the best time to go?
We were thinking july-aug (next year).

SherJuly 2, 2018 - 4:18 pm

Hi Mya – Thanks! I wrote about the best time to go / seasonal expectations here

I’ve been to Indonesia in July-August and Sept-Oct. Both were lots of fun!

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AgungpspOctober 20, 2018 - 3:45 am

Indonesia ?
I love this country cause the nature is amazing. I hope I can go to those places too.

Oh, I just found that you wrote Yogyakarta as Jokja or Jokjakarta, but I am sorry, you are wrong. Yogyakarta is actually Jogja or Jogjakarta and some call as Ngayogyakarta .

Love your posts ?

SherNovember 11, 2018 - 3:48 pm

Thanks for the correction! My bad.

I love Indonesia too!!!

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