Where to go in Indonesia
List of regions
With sandy beaches on which hawksbill and green turtles come to nest and a general tropical allure, Bintan Island provides a great getaway from the bustle of Singapore.
Indonesia's islands all have something special to offer, and the lesser-known gems of Kalimantan, Komodo and Sulawesi are just as deserving of visitors as better-known Bali and Lombok.
Bali's eastern neighbours Lombok and The Gili Islands are unhurried and relaxed alternatives to the islands further west.
Bali may look like just another dot in the Indonesian archipelago, but as far as tourism is concerned, it's the central point of this beautiful, far-flung country.
Java is the most heavily populated island in the world and home to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. Its urban centres play a major role in the political and commercial life of the country.