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Useful advice for travelling to Indonesia (ID)
With almost 18 thousands of unbelievably beautiful islands gently washed up by the waves of both the Pacific and the Indian Oceans, Indonesia is a vast Southeast Asian country, covered in a nacreous veil of brilliant history and culture. Volcanoes, cosy sandy beaches, both populated and uninhabited islands, tropical climate, and wild-flowing rivers make this huge island country a perfect holiday destination. Flights to Indonesia provide an opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful places on Earth and enjoy total freedom and calm.
Preparing for the trip
All tourists who wish to visit Indonesia for a period of 30 days or less are free to do this without a visa. However, in this case, you should enter the country through designated border posts.
Before you head out, make sure to acquire some anti-malaria medicine, as there is a widespread risk of infection in the country, only absent in Jakarta. In the case of you arriving through yellow fever infected territories, you will need to provide a respective vaccination certificate. It is also recommended getting vaccinated against hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever, and renewing your vaccinations against diphtheria and tetanus if necessary.
Transportation and travel charges
The best ways to get better acquainted with the island country are to use official airlines’ planes, rental cars, taxis, trains, buses, or minibuses. Ferries are also available to travel between islands. Road quality depends on the area and differs from island to island. Remember that Indonesia uses the left-hand-traffic system.
You can pay for your purchases using official local currency, Indonesian rupiahs (IDR). One rupiah equals to approximately 0.0001 euro. Living costs in Indonesia are lower than in Lithuania. For example, you can have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 25 000 rupiahs and buy a cappuccino for about 25 346. In local shops, a 1.5 litre water bottle will cost you 5 320 rupiahs; you can buy one kilogram of rice for about 11 700 rupiahs, while one kilogram of chicken breast will cost you approximately 41 067. Public transport tickets cost 4000 rupiahs, and a one kilometre long taxi ride will cost you approximately 4 500.
Best return gifts choices
After you come back from your journey, you will pleasantly surprise any children with a gift of Indonesian kites that look like mythical creatures. Adults will love bright-coloured materials, wooden statuettes that are said to bring luck, as well as wooden dishware and cutlery. Fragrant body oils and dried exotic fruit will also make great return gifts.
Although the fairytale-like beauty of Indonesia is far away from Lithuania, cheap flights to this island country will help you reach it quickly and comfortably. Make sure to purchase your plane tickets beforehand and book a hotel, and a relaxing holiday both for your body and soul will soon begin.
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