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Indonesia's stunning beaches are the best our honeymoon stylists have ever experienced, there are nearly 18,000 islands to explore including the rainforests of Borneo, the undeveloped side of Bali or Komodo National Park for the dragons.
Indonesia is a fascinating and unique honeymoon destination. Made up of over 17,000 islands, the opportunities to explore and travel around the country are never ending. Couples could spend weeks island-hopping and still not see everything that this beautiful country has to offer.v No one island is the same as another in Indonesia.
The range of unique landscapes is incredible and includes some of the most beautiful orangutan-inhabited rainforests you’ll ever set eyes on.
Sticking with the animal theme, a visit to the Monkey Forest in Ubud will also offer the opportunity for you to see as many as 20 to 30 monkeys feeding at a time.
A trip to the temple-building in Borobudur is certain to grant you your daily dose of culture – its grandeur and charm is utterly unique and you can learn more about the architecture in the galleries and terraces that lead up to the stupa.
Visit Indonesia’s West Java capital, Bandung for a day out in the city. Home to fine restaurants and a real feel for the Indonesian culture, it’s a great spot to learn more about the country itself – and you can even visit volcanoes there!
Located in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is also famous for its incredible beaches. Not only do they look like they’ve been pulled straight out of a brochure, but there are thousands of them due to all the islands.
The water is as clear as it gets and the views across the Pacific Ocean are second to none – a honeymoon in Indonesia truly is a beach lovers’ dream.
Five Things to Do During Your Honeymoon in Indonesia
If you choose Indonesia for your honeymoon, here are a few activities you need on your list.
Visit the Monkey Forest – A honeymoon to Indonesia really wouldn’t be complete without coming face to face with the incredible orangutan population it houses, and Monkey Forest is the perfect place to do it.
See a real-life volcano – Never come close to a volcano before? Fear not, a trip to the city of Bandung will solve that problem for you. Experience the surroundings of these active volcanic craters with their steaming lakes.
Take in some culture – An architect’s dream, the temple building in Borobudur is a truly breathtaking sight you just have to see whilst honeymooning in Indonesia. Make sure you also visit the Sultan’s Palace in Yogyakarta, it’s a pretty impressive sight.
Island hop for the day – Become an explorer and island hop around just some of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands, there’s so much to see there.
Relax on the beaches – Thousands of islands bordering the Pacific Ocean means one thing, plenty of incredible, scenic beaches for romantic couples to enjoy and explore.
If a honeymoon in Indonesia sounds like the perfect spot for you and your partner, take a look at our collection of beautiful resorts and hotels in the area.
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