Indonesia has been enriched over the centuries by the cultures of various peoples. In its own way, each of these cultures has shaped the amazing and multifaceted identity and heritage of this archipelago. On Bintan Island, the 500 Lohan Temple, its golden statues and the sea of 500 sculpted faces in the garden will immerse you into the Buddhist identity of Indonesia. In Bali, you can walk around at the heart of Besakih Temple, located at the foot of Mount Agung, one of the most beautiful volcanoes of the island. This is a tour of Indonesia that you must not miss if you wish to learn about Hindu traditions.
You can visit Indonesia throughout the year. The equatorial climate of the North offers temperatures around 30°C all year round and the tropical climate of the South offers temperatures that are always higher than 25°C. There is always a lot of sunshine all over Indonesia. When rain falls during your stay, it will be more of a refreshing interlude. What can you do in Indonesia when it rains? Be reassured because the rains are always in the form of brief storms and soon the sun starts to shine again