Travel Itinerary: One Month in Indonesia

Although I’m still in Singapore, I thought I’d share travel plans of where I’m headed next. It should be another exhilarating trip, as I spend the next month backpacking through Indonesia! 🇮🇩 

Bali, Indonesia, courtesy of Google images

Indonesia is an incredibly vast archipelago, with over 18,000 island to explore! After lots of decision-making, I’ve narrowed my trip down to a few different islands, which give me a variety of activities to do, and many diverse landscapes to explore.

my route through Indonesia, with stops in Medan, Gunung Leuser National Park, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Mt. Bromo & Mt. Ijen, Ubud, and Flores

I’ll start my trip on the island of Sumatra, where I’ll visit the capital Medan and Bukit Lawang in Gunung Leuser National Park, where I’ll have the chance to trek for orangutans in the wild.

Sumatran Orangutans courtesy of Google images

From there I’ll fly to the island of Java, where I’ll journey by train from Jakarta to Yogyakarta, known as the cultural capital of Indonesia.

Borobudur Temple in Yogyakarta, courtesy of Google images

At that point, I’m going to attempt hiking two volcanoes: Mt. Bromo and Mt. Ijen, before making my way to the island of Bali.

Mt. Bromo, courtesy of Google images

Once on Bali, I’ll be kicking back and relaxing in the beauty town of Ubud, known for its lush green landscape and laid-back vibe.

rice paddies in Ubud, courtesy of Google images

From there I’ll be flying to the island of Flores, where I’ll be going on a liveaboard scuba diving excursion through Komodo National Park.

an aerial view of Flores, courtesy of Google images

As always, I have an ambitious itinerary, but I guess you wouldn’t expect anything less! Anyway, stay tuned to hear all about the trip, as well as, my experience in Singapore too! Until then! 😀

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