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Escape to an exotic honeymoon destination unlike any other; enchanting temples, powdery golden beaches and endless bright blue waters are all waiting for honeymooners in Indonesia.
Comprised of over 18,000 dazzling islands, Indonesia sits in the south east of Asia, surrounded closely by Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Australia. Known for its volcanic landscape, wildly diverse cultures and absolutely enchanting coastlines; Indonesia is a truly wonderous honeymoon destination for any couple looking for natural beauty and exotic wonders.
An Indonesia holiday or honeymoon can be adapted to suit every couple’s unique dreams and desires. Bali promises couples exclusivity and seclusion high in the mountains of Ubud, while Lombok is home to tranquil and tucked away beachfront villas that sit just steps from the golden sands; and this is just scratching the surface. If it’s stunning natural beauty, tranquillity and luxurious exclusivity that you and your partner are looking for, then Indonesia is a honeymoon destination you shouldn’t overlook.
Check out some of our top honeymoons-in-indonesia honeymoon itineraries below, we have something to suit everyone; from overwater villas through to secluded beach bungalows and twin trips to destinations like Sri Lanka!
Indonesia stands out against other honeymoon destinations thanks to its vast offerings, with many different islands offering a wealth of beautiful beaches, cultures, cuisines and dynamic landscapes to soak up. Choose between the islands or a handful of them for a truly unique and unforgettable Indonesia honeymoon.
It can be a challenge to pin down the best times to visit Indonesia, as it’s comprised of over 10,000 varied islands, however there are some general rules that are easy to follow. The dry season generally runs from May to September which makes it the best time to visit for sunbathing and exploring, while the opposing rainy season sits between October and April.
With over 18,000 islands to choose from, it naturally makes sense to embark on a honeymoon that twins a few of Indonesia's island with each other such as Lombok, Bali and the Gili Islands. Another great complement to Indonesia's tranquil islands is a visit to Singapore’s vibrant and dynamic ‘Garden City’.
Take in the absolutely mesmerising Indonesian sunset and snap the gold medal of Instagram photos at one of Gili Trawangan’s iconic overwater swings.
The three Gili Islands are easily accessible from Lombok in Indonesia and each boast their own unique flair, and recently Gili Trawangan has become a social media sensation with its beautiful overwater swings that seem to float enchantingly above the shallow sea waters. After snapping a beautiful shot of you swinging dreamily against the blush pink sunset, be sure to stay for incredible Indonesian food and exciting nightlife.
Pusuk Monkey Forest in Indonesia resides at the top of a lush tree-topped mountainside in Lombok, and promises up close encounters with the cheeky monkeys that call this destination home.
If you want to be considered king of the jungle, be sure to bring a punnet of bananas from one of the local markets and the monkey’s will give you plenty of attention! As long you watch your belongings and ensure they don’t sneakily take anything from your pockets, you’re bound to have a fun time photographing and feeding the monkeys as they play in their natural habitat.
Indonesia is home of many waterfalls; some so tall they almost appear to be halfway to heaven, others nestled deep within jungles that require a real hike to get to, and others so beautiful they could be part of a movie set.
Travel to the northern part of Lombok and you’ll find numerous mesmerising waterfalls, all offering a refreshing escape from the balmy heat of the sun. After snapping a pic under the tumbling waters, be sure to dive in and have a swim in the waters that pool below in the shade of the island’s lush emerald trees.
Mount Rinjani is the second tallest volcano in all of Indonesia, and it's easily one of Lombok's best highlights.
There are plenty of trails and tours that will take you to the summit of this incredible mountain, and the views are absolutely breathtaking. It's not all about the ascent itself either, as the surrounding area boasts beautiful lush fields and forests, and once you get to the top you'll been to see the gorgeous Crater Lake that resides in the middle of the mountain range.
The sunsets in Gili are some of the most spectacular in the world; think burnt orange and deep red hues filling the sky before it turns into a blanket of stars.
There are so many ways to admire the sunsets in Gili, whether it's with a private romantic picnic along the soft white sands, clinking glasses on a sunset cruise as it drifts dreamily along the waters, or with your feet in the sand among friends as you all enjoy an Indonesian banquet. There's no shortage of unforgettable memories to be had in Gili.