Jakarta isn’t really that tourist friendly, so to help others who might be at a loss with what to do with fly-in, fly-out tourists, I’ve decided to blog together a brief itinerary of Jakarta in 3 days.
Thanks to the amazing generosity of the in-laws, we spent last weekend floating down the murky waters of the Kahayan rivers in our own private houseboat to visit the Orangutans.
I’ve had my eye on the Thousand Islands for a while now, which are frequently touted as the perfect weekend getaway from the oppressive Jakarta smog
Few people can fail to contain a smile (or scream) watching the residents of Ubud’s Sacred Monkey Forest wile away their day, whether it be eating, sleeping, climbing, fighting or just watching tourists wander by
This gorgeous beauty spa on the outskirts of Ubud is designed to make the most of its natural surroundings, where you can have a facial, massage or a mani-pedi while overlooking the scenery and batting off giant butterflies.
Where Jakarta meets the sea, Dunia Fantasi is one of the city’s biggest theme parks, featuring over 30 rides and attractions. Being the thrill-seekers that we are, when some friends from Jogja came to visit we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to check it out