Holidays in Indonesia in January
January is perfect for a holiday in Indonesia. On average, the air temperature is +25 degrees, it may rain at this time, but they are short-term, and therefore only bring coolness, but do not spoil the rest at all. On New Year's Eve, a lot of tourists go here, and therefore tours at the beginning of the month will cost more, while by the middle and end of the month prices drop noticeably. Therefore, a vacation in Indonesia in January is very comfortable and will bring you a lot of pleasure..
The most ideal holiday destination for January is Bali. Any tourist will find something to their liking here. The Nusa Dua region has chic spas, golf courses, and the opportunity to go diving. Mango groves grow here, and you are surrounded by peace and quiet. But Kuta is more suitable for young people who love a vibrant nightlife. It is full of night bars and discos, a sea of lights in the night and cheerful incendiary dances.
Those who prefer a quiet holiday with the opportunity to lie on the pinkish sand of the beach and go snorkeling go to Sanur. It is worth seeing the Pura-Besakih temple, which means the Temple of the Mother, visiting the island of Serangan turtles, swimming in the waters of the sacred spring Pura Tirta-Empul, and visiting the Elephant Cave, which is called Goya-Gadzha. And this is not a complete list of interesting places to visit only in Bali..
What to see in Indonesia
- If there is an opportunity to visit Jakarta, there will be a lot of amazing things. Historical Museum, Drawbridge, Puppet Museum, where you can see the ritual items of local peoples, the national monument Monas, which is 132 meters high.
- In Yogyakarta, of interest is the palace ensemble with the Taman-Sari water castle, exhibition halls and galleries of museums, the Lara-Jongrang temple complex.
- In Borobudur on the mountain there is the Temple of a Thousand Buddhas, which can be reached by climbing the stairs, which coils in a spiral and has a length of 5 km. But what kind of view opens from the top!
This is just a small list of what is worth seeing in this country. In memory of this trip, it is worth buying batik, handmade scarves, wood carvings, household items, dream catchers and masks, paintings based on ancient legends, gold jewelry, silver, oils and incense, dolls that are used in the performances of the Wayang theater, river pearls, mother of pearl and much more.
Holidays in Indonesia