Capital: Jakarta (more than 10 million inhabitants)
Official language: Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Currency: Indo-Iranian Rupee
Telephone code: +62
Time zones: UTC +7 ... +9
Indonesia is a country of thousands of islands, thousands of temples, wild colors and colorful rituals. Indonesia is a country that has gathered various nationalities on its territory: here Indonesians, Chinese and Indians live. Indonesia is a country where a multitude of world religions are mixed - Buddhism, Islam, Catholicism. Holidays in Indonesia every day is becoming increasingly popular.
The most famous localities of Indonesia are its capital Jakarta, the islands of Java, Lombok and Bali, attracting millions of tourists a year, as well as a small tropical island bordering Singapore, Bintan. Bali Island is the most famous and popular holiday destination in Indonesia. The wonderful climate that nature has bestowed on the island contributes to the constant influx of tourists from all over the world. In addition, this resort is primarily for lovers of outdoor activities.
Jimbaran, Denpasar, Nusa Dua and Ubud are the most popular holiday destinations in Bali. Holidays in Indonesia can be called truly exotic. Here, your eyes will open and tropical jungle, and tropical forests, located high in the mountains, and clean sandy beaches, attracting lovers of passive and active recreation.
It is Indonesia, due to the presence of the island of Bali, is considered a paradise for diving and surfing enthusiasts who literally occupy the coastal territory of the island. The mountainous terrain also helps to attract extreme sports lovers who prefer to go down the river in a raft or climb to the top of the mountain for passive rest.
Indonesia has a tropical climate with a fairly even temperature throughout the year: 28-33 ° C. The most marked out two seasons: rainy - from November to February and dry from March to October.
Average annual air temperature (° C):
Bali is the most popular and, accordingly, the most developed Indonesian resort in terms of tourism. It attracts tourists with its pristine landscapes, tropical forests, imposing volcanoes Kintamini, Gunung Batur and Gunung Agung, ancient temples and, of course, endless beaches. Relatively recently, it was understood by tourists from Russia, and therefore the number of Russian citizens per square kilometer of Balinese territory has increased significantly.
Rules of entry into Indonesia:
- The form filled in on all items correctly;
- 1 passport size photo for each traveler (including children);
- A valid passport with a valid OVIR visa (with a reserve of 6 months after the trip);
- Confirmation of booking a return ticket;
For children under 18 years old
- permission to leave the parents, notarized;
Documents issued by the travel company:
- Confirmation of hotel reservation;
- A letter from a travel company addressed to the Consul;