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With well-over 13,000 islands comprising Indonesia, luxury tours are a thrill for lovers of pristine white sands and warm blue waters, teeming with tropical fish and colorful coral reefs. Rural villages, characterful markets and traditional handicraft skills, passed down through generations, provide a glimpse at Indonesia’s cultural heritage whilst exploring the resplendent emerald highlands takes you closer to centuries-old temples and sacred forests. From the magnificent Buddhist monument of Borobudur in Central Java to the gravity-defying Pura Bukit Sari temple in Bali, luxury vacations in Indonesia are an exhilarating spectacle of cultural and natural wonders.

Just a short flight from Singapore is the idyllic island of Indonesia with Bali and Borobudur. This paradise is known foremost for its natural beauty—: rice paddies cascade down terraced hillsides like giant steps, lush, tropical forests, warm and welcoming beaches and volcanoes that peak through the clouds. You can let your cares slip away as you spend the days swimming in the warm tropical waters and indulging in soothing massages at some of the world’s finest spas; and experience a luxury tented camp, one of the first on the island. Bali’s true uniqueness lies in its vibrant culture and highly developed arts, dance, sculpture, painting, and music; and with more than 20,000 temples, the opportunities to see and experience the Balinese culture is everywhere. While staying in ultra luxury resorts in a variety of the best locations from coconut groves on the beach, to secluded hillsides with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean to remote nature reserves accessible only by small boat.

Journey Pace: Active

  • Cruise along Bali’s eastern shore aboard a traditional Balinese outrigger
  • Take a morning trek into the Ayung River Valley
  • Explore the colorful Candi Kuning Market in Bedugul
  • Experience the peace and beauty of the Borobudur Temple in Java
  • Relax in a luxury tented camp in Jatiluwih
  • Witness hundreds of monkeys living free in the “Holy Forest”

Visit the private homes of local artisans and craftsmen

Day 1 & 2Denpasar & Candi Dasa, Indonesia

Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Day 2 begins with a morning cruise along Bali’s eastern shore aboard a 50-foot traditionally-styled Balinese outrigger. The warm tropical waters are teeming with brilliantly colored reef fish – a delight for snorkelers. (B, L)

  • Alila Manggis, Manggis

Day 3 & 4Ubud & Ayung River Valley

Learn about the Hindu culture and experience the traditional daily life of the rural Balinese. Explore village roads full of community farms and cottage industries. You may be invited into the homes of some of the local artisans and craftsmen to experience their hospitality and share the skills and stories behind their crafts. Trek into the Ayung River Valley, followed by a healthy picnic breakfast. (2B)

  • The Royal Pita Maha, Ubud

Day 5 & 6Bedugul, Seminyak & Lake Bratan

Enjoy a fascinating full-day tour of the lush green highlands of Bedugul. Visit the Candi Kuning Market with its colorful fruit and flower stalls. Travel to Lake Bratan to tour the 17th-century Pura Ulun Danu Bratan temple. Continue to Alas Kedaton or “Holy Forest,” where hundreds of monkeys live free in their natural habitat, residing high in the nutmeg trees and at the Pura Bukit Sari temple. End today with a spectacular sunset at the famous Pura Tanah Lot temple, built on a volcanic outcrop on Bali’s rugged west coast. (2B, 2L)

  • The Oberoi, Bali

Day 7 – 9Borobudur, Yogyakarta & Depart for Home

Enjoy a drive down to the Kedu Valley and explore Borobudur. Buried for centuries under ash from a volcanic eruption, Borobudur was rediscovered in 1814 and is celebrated as the largest Buddhist monument in the world. Your expert local guide will reveal its secret meanings and bring to life the stories contained within its reliefs. On Day 9 you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home or on to your next destination. (3B)

  • Amanjiwo, Magelang


Tour Details

Meeting Point

Denpasar, Indonesia

Departure Point

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Tour Includes

  • Accommodations as indicated in the itinerary
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • All transfers and sightseeing provided in a private deluxe vehicle when possible
  • Local English-speaking guide for sightseeing
  • Entrance fees per final scheduled itinerary
  • Airport porterage, where available (2 bags per person)
  • Local taxes
  • Travel Guard Medical Emergency and Assistance Plan

Package price is per person, based on double occupancy. Single supplement applies. Land, air, and governmental/park taxes are subject to change based on date of departure. International airfare is additional. Other restrictions may apply. Contact us for complete journey details.


Alila Manggis, Manggis


Manggis, Bali

Alila Manggis’ breathtaking location between the sea and Bali’s sacred Mount Agung inspired a seamless concept for the resort by its designers at Kerry Hill Architects, with free-flowing interaction between the buildings and surrounding nature. A traditional alang alang thatched roof covers the lobby, beautifully offset by polished ivory and coloured concrete floors. A latticed screen of diagonally laid stones is a feature at each end of the lobby. Four two-storey buildings of cool white stone, lit up in geometric beams of warm tones after dark, house the guestrooms. Each block is a skilful execution of traditional and contemporary Balinese architecture, set at a 45° angle to the beach, allowing all rooms and suites a view of the sea and the resort’s centrally featured pool.

The Royal Pita Maha, Ubud


Ubud, Bali

Located in the spiritually revered and picturesque area of Kedewatan, Ubud, Bali, The Royal Pita Maha awesome atmosphere is enriched with its celestial history. Overlooking the Ayung River at Batu Kurung, The Royal Pita Maha is a luxurious expression of the true essence of Bali. The Royal Pita Maha is an ideal place to pampered, a place of healing, reflection, contemplation, meditation and serenity. The Lounge Lobby a meeting place of peace and beauty. On your arrival, our professional and friendly Balinese staff will greet you with a traditional welcome drink, the Brem Barong, in our splended and spacious Lobby Lounge. The Royal Pita Maha is constructed with traditional design methods and an acute sensitivity to the environment. The Royal Pita Maha resort is fully integrated into the surrounding landscape of sweeping rice terraces, river gorges and tropical woodlands. This integration imbues The Royal Pita Maha resort with an overwhelming sense of peace and harmony, creating a complete sense of oneness of nature. With each villa having its own private garden and swimming pool, The Royal Pita Maha is truly a resort of unparalleled luxury and beauty.

The Oberoi, Bali


Seminyak, Bali

A beachside haven that offers a complete Balinese experience, filled with serenity, hospitality and tropical beauty. Discover all that is serene and mystical about Bali at The Oberoi; a wonderfully secluded cluster of luxury villas and lanai set in 15 acres of tropical gardens on Seminyak Beach. Built in traditional Balinese style, you can relax in truly fabulous settings that celebrate your privacy with charming thatched roof villas, private pools, unique garden bathrooms and exquisite interiorsfeaturing Balinese art. Enjoy heavenly views from the swimming pool that looks out at the ocean. This exclusive resort reflects the wonderful romance of Bali.

Amanjiwo, Magelang


Magelang, Indonesia

An ancient soul resides deep in the earth of Central Java, a peaceful spirit which rises up through the misty volcanic terrain to touch the elements of centuries past and present, leaving a tangible sense of timelessness in its wake. It is here amongst verdant rice terraces and gentle palm trees that Amanjiwo resides. Situated in a natural amphitheatre, Amanjiwo faces the world’’s largest Buddhist sanctuary, the 9th century Borobudur, as well as the mystical Tidar Hill, believed to house the spiritual and geographical centre of Java. Four slumbering volcanoes rise dramatically in the distance surveying the graceful limestone monolith that is Amanjiwo, while the rolling Menoreh Hills rise directly behind.

Resting in the rural heartland of Central Java, Amanjiwo is surrounded by extraordinary cultural, physical and spiritual beauty, and embraces its good fortune with serene Yogya (local limestone) arms. The main structure, from which these two arms extend, is a circular limestone monolith, centered by a soaring bell-shaped rotunda. The main structure also houses Amanjiwo’’s grand entrance from which a graceful flight of steps leads up to the Rotunda Bar, the stately colonnaded Dining Room and the Terrace, all of which offer incredible views of the Kedu Plain, and the sacred temple of Borobudur. On arrival at the resort, young Javanese girls in traditional batik sarongs offer a heartfelt welcome with smiles and showers of fresh rose petals—a greeting as warm as the hospitality you’ll enjoy throughout your stay.

Amanjiwo’’s ‘Romanesque’ amphitheatre-style pool, built from smooth limestone blocks, also offers breathtaking views. A portal to this, the heartland of Java, Amanjiwo also offers numerous ways of exploring the region, from a personalized tour by car to the solid back of a Sumatran elephant.

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