Direct flights to Indonesia
Experience the beauty and hospitality of Indonesia – visit their most popular destinations. Learn more about the country and find a direct flight here.
Indonesia, adventure looms large in this vast and steamy archipelago, where the best of Southeast Asia's spicy melange simmers tantalisingly. Heady scents, vivid colours, dramatic vistas and diverse cultures spin and multiply to the point of exhaustion, their potent brew leaving your senses reeling.
The tropical archipelago of Indonesia is the world’s largest with over 17000 islands covering more than 5000 kilometres. Approximately two thirds of Indonesia’s islands are inhabited with a diverse cultural mix of ethnicities and religions.
The islands popular with tourists include Bali, Lombok and the Banda Islands. Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, located on the island of Java, is a sprawling melting pot of heritage, culture, pollution and poverty.
Find direct flights to Indonesia’s largest airports
The majority of the tourists visiting Indonesia will fly into Denpasar on Bali or to the capital Jakarta. No matter which is your destination of choice there are a bunch of direct connections to choose from. Follow the links below to see some popular direct routes to the largest Indonesian airports.
Direct flights to Jakarta
- Direct flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Jakarta (CGK)
- Direct flights from Jeddah (JED) to Jakarta (CGK)
- Direct flights from Bangkok (BKK) to Jakarta (CGK)
- Direct flights from Hong Kong (HKG) to Jakarta (CGK)
- Direct flights from Manila (MNL) to Jakarta (CGK)
Direct flights to Denpasar
- Direct flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Bangkok (DMK) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Doha (DOH) to Denpasar (DPS)
Tourist destinations in Indonesia
Most visitors to Indonesia head to the island of Bali which although small in size, attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Immensely popular with Australasians as well as Brits and Germans, Bali offers stunning beaches, great surfing, tranquil temples and genuinely warm hospitality from the Balinese people.
Kuta is the magnet for the package holiday crowds searching for non-stop nightlife, whereas visitors wanting a more authentic experience head for the quieter resorts in Lovina or the rich culture in the mountain town of Ubud. The Nusa Tengarra islands located in east Indonesia heading towards Australia are the most diverse and include the island of Lombok.
Popular with lovers of watersports and in particular surfing, Lombok also attracts visitors heading to the tropical Gili Islands, three picturesque coral islands with dazzling white beaches and superb marine life. The Banda Islands also located in eastern Indonesia are known as the Spice Islands are a haven for divers and sailors with unspoilt reefs and tropical lagoons.
The densely populated island of Java is home to Indonesia’s capital Jakarta and is worth a visit to explore the old city, Chinatown and its historic museums.
How to find a cheap flight to Indonesia
Indonesia is a popular destination for visitors, in particular the beautiful island of Bali. Our top tips for finding the cheapest flights to Indonesia are to book as far in advance as possible, look out for airline special offers and also to try and travel out of peak season if at all possible.
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Indonesia climate – what to expect
Indonesia has a tropical climate which varies from area to area. The eastern monsoon brings the driest weather (June to September), while the western monsoon brings the main rains (December to March). Rainstorms occur all year. Higher regions are cooler.