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Staying in a luxury villa rental in Indonesia, is a great way discover one of the 13,000 islands which make up the largest archipelago in the world. The geographical extent of Indonesia is huge, filled with lush forested landscapes which are as breath-taking as they are diverse. A visit to this country is guaranteed to be a change of pace.
The four largest islands in Indonesia are Sulawesi, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Papua, and the capital Jakarta, is located on the island of Java. Renting a private property in Indonesia makes it possible to sample of some of the cultural and geographical diversity of this country: jungles, volcanic mountains, cascading rice fields as far as the eye can see, white sandy beaches and the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Our luxury villa rentals in Indonesia are mostly located on the Sunda Islands and have the advantage of providing access to the most beautiful and well known beaches in Indonesia.
Renting a private holiday villa in Indonesia allows you to thoroughly indulge yourself in water sports, golf or just taking a trip into the countryside to see the uninterrupted panoramic views. The luxury villas for rent in Indonesia tend to be suited towards relaxation, lying by the beach or a pool and getting a suntan. However some of the more popular spots will appeal to the cosmopolitan party-goers and holiday makers looking to meet people and go out.
Our most beautiful places to stay in Indonesia :
- Bali: Bali is a must-see destination. The island of Gods will totally charm you with its picturesque landscapes, its culture, its Zen and with the hospitality of its people. * Lombok: Wilder and less visited than Bali, Lombok is equally as beautiful. This island will satisfy holiday-makers looking for a quiet and traditional experience.
- Gili Islands: off the coast of Lombok, these three enchanting little islands make for a truly secluded and idyllic getaway. Trawangan is the most festive and lively of the three islands.
- Nusa Lembongan: to the south east of Bali, this little island (8km?/3 square miles), is surrounded by coral reef and is a paradise for nature lovers and visitors who appreciate the tranquillity.
To get to Indonesia and in particular the Sunda islands, the airport in Denpasar, Bali, is serviced by foreign airlines. Bandar Udara International airport in Lombok is serviced by Indonesian companies and direct flights are available from Kuala Lumpur or Singapore.