Best holiday rental deals in Indonesia
Compare 116,894 properties available in Indonesia and find a welcoming place for your getaway. HomeToGo immediately sorts all of these holidays rentals to help you save up to 33%!
Recommended holiday lettings in Indonesia
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Indonesia from just £14 per night
Best holiday lettings with a pool
Best holiday homes with a patio or terrace
Recommended pet-friendly holiday lettings
Popular holiday rental amenities in Indonesia
Price and Availability Index in Indonesia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Indonesia
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive dates to travel to Indonesia are in December (14/12 - 21/12). You can find some of the best deals during one week in February (08/02 - 15/02). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Indonesia
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Indonesia with the graph above. Be careful if you plan to go to Indonesia in February, as it is the busiest week of the next 6 months (08/02 - 15/02). Conversely, 94% of the lettings are still available during a week in November (30/11 - 07/12).
Consider a holiday home in the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia
Indonesia is quickly taking its place as one of the hottest travel destinations in south-east Asia. History is written large upon this nation that draws adventure seekers, artists, New Age spiritualists, honeymooners, families, and friends. People are friendly, and most areas are backpacker-friendly. Treat yourself to a range of holiday lettings and condominiums catering to all tastes and budgets.
Eat and be merry
While most visitors associate Indonesian cuisine with the ubiquitous Nasi Goreng fried rice, there's much more to be had. Try Nasi Padang, a steamed rice served with delicious toppings and curries. For soups, there's bakso/baso comprising meatballs and noodles in chicken broth. Gorengan which literally means something 'deep fried' is sold at most big cities on street carts: there's cassava, banana, tofu, tempeh, sweet potato, etc.
Fiery chilli peppers and spices are part of the Indonesian experience however you can find less spicy versions at the food courts and malls. Finally, don't leave without trying the infamous durian fruit, definitely an acquired taste for its gooey sweet pulp and pungent smell. For drinks, jus alpokat made from avocado and served with some chocolate syrup is a must.
Art and culture of Indonesia
Indonesia is a land of many cultures, regions, and races. Should you land in capital city Jakarta, stop by the gorgeous Museum Fatahillah (Jakarta History Museum) in the old town of Jakarta. It houses everything from pre historic artefacts to remnants of the Dutch colonization period. With 61,600 prehistoric and anthropological artefacts, the National Museum of Indonesia, also in Jakarta, will blow you away.
Indonesia's largest and most-visited temple is concentrated in the Prambanan archaeological park. Candi Lara Jonggrang (Candi Prambanan) is dedicated to Gods of the Hindu pantheon, Shiva, Brahma, Durga, Vishnu, and others. Close to Candi Prambanan, across the Opak River, lies an open-air theatre where Javanese dance performances from the Hindu epic Ramayana are performed. The cultural city of Yogyakarta, simply called Jogja, houses delightful ancient temples, museums and art galleries. Get a reflexology massage and play street chess with locals.
Excursions, nature, and more
With close to 167 active volcanoes, visitors are spoilt for choice. Accessible are those in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, Mount Batur in Bali, the Ijen Crater in East Java, and Mount Rinjani in Lombok. The world famous beaches of Bali are facing stiff competition from those in Maluku, Nusa Tenggara, and Sulawesi. Nature lovers shouldn't miss a trek through the tropical rainforests where orangutans, tigers and the endangered Javan Rhinoceros roam. Komodo Island beckons with its beautiful marine life and the eponymous Komodo dragon.
For scuba diving, head to Raja Ampat in Papua, Bunaken in Northern Sulawesi or Wakatobi in South East Sulawesi. Surfing enthusiasts should head to the west coast of Sumatra on the Mentawai Islands. Indonesia is truly Asia as you'll see.
We compare more than 600 providers, including: