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yafnaf
Does anyone have any suggestions of places to see and things to do in Indonesia? There seems to be so much that I am not even sure where to start. I have looked into Mt. Bromo and I am going to do that, but so far thats the only hike I have really been sold on. I am going to be in Indonesia for about a month in August/September. If anyone has experience traveling through Indonesia any suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
starlagurl
Did you read the other forum posts yet?

Indonesia is a pretty spread out place, so there's a lot to pick from. I'd probably pick one or two and I think Mt. Bromo is a good start.

Try this search:
http://www.travelpod.com/s/hiking+indonesia
yafnaf
awesome, I will have to look through that and do some research. I think thats part of the problem that there is so much to do I can't really figure out which would be the best you know? I suppose I whatever I do will be amazing.
bowo

You could star from Jakarta, after go to bandung than jogja, bromo dirtectly to bali. But you could star from bali, to java (bromo, jogja, bandung, bogor, jakarta).

If you viwsit jogja, let me know cause i live in Jogja.

greeting

bowo
yafnaf
QUOTE(bowo @ May 24 2009, 07:48 AM) *

You could star from Jakarta, after go to bandung than jogja, bromo dirtectly to bali. But you could star from bali, to java (bromo, jogja, bandung, bogor, jakarta).

If you viwsit jogja, let me know cause i live in Jogja.

greeting

bowo


Thanks bowo. I am starting in Jakarta, I don't know which order I will visit these places in but I plan to go to Jogjakarta, Surabaya, Bromo and I would like to go to Ujung Kulon National Park if my money can afford it. Am I missing anything else on Java that I should see, I have about 2-3 weeks that I am spending on Java, and I like to see things that most tourists wouldnt. Then I plan to take the PELNI boats to some other islands, havent really decided which other islands to visit as there are so many options and I would really like to go somewhere a little off the beaten path, any suggestions? And then I do fly out from Bali. If you have any websites you would recommend for research of different destinations in Indonesia I would be really grateful.
bowo
Hii David

If you want the alternative tourism, where is place that not many people coming, from jakarta you go to Ujung Kulon National park, that nice nature.

In Jogja you could join with us in alternative tourims like adventuring (rafting, treeking, caving, climbing, visit villages in Arround volcano, beach)



In east java, you could visit Merubetiri national park, that place is really nice not many tourist come there, cause the acces litle bite difficul, but if you like adventure that the great one.

greeting

bowo.


QUOTE(yafnaf @ May 26 2009, 04:30 PM) *

QUOTE(bowo @ May 24 2009, 07:48 AM) *

You could star from Jakarta, after go to bandung than jogja, bromo dirtectly to bali. But you could star from bali, to java (bromo, jogja, bandung, bogor, jakarta).

If you viwsit jogja, let me know cause i live in Jogja.

greeting

bowo


Thanks bowo. I am starting in Jakarta, I don't know which order I will visit these places in but I plan to go to Jogjakarta, Surabaya, Bromo and I would like to go to Ujung Kulon National Park if my money can afford it. Am I missing anything else on Java that I should see, I have about 2-3 weeks that I am spending on Java, and I like to see things that most tourists wouldnt. Then I plan to take the PELNI boats to some other islands, havent really decided which other islands to visit as there are so many options and I would really like to go somewhere a little off the beaten path, any suggestions? And then I do fly out from Bali. If you have any websites you would recommend for research of different destinations in Indonesia I would be really grateful.

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