CheaHi my name is Ceilla! Explore and traveling around the world has been my dream since i was kid, but idk how to start it. Hahhaa. Beside enjoy traveling and hangout, i also like watching movies, series, listening music and scrolling tiktok. If you interest to learn Bahasa Indonesia, i’ll teach you with pleasure. Currently i working remote for startup in indonesia. So, even i working fulltime i can traveling.🥳✨ Oh yaa, I do really like adventure, i have interest to hiking, snorkling, and diving. Let’s be friend and know each other!🙌 If you want contacts exchange like WhatsApp, let me know!
RenitaHello everyone, my name is Renita Kamil and I am 18 years old. I am a huge fan of K-Pop and love traveling. I am available to be a temporary place to stay for anyone who needs it. I am very happy to meet all of you and hope to be able to assist you in any way possible
ClesiaI'm a writer and painter, particularly for oracle cards and other function cards for intuitive coaching and related areas (such as psychological arts media). Interested in meeting people, learning culture, sharing ideas as I am also an energy-healer. I live at Jakarta, Indonesia and can be a host there. I'm looking for a friend in Norwich between 29th March-2nd April 2023 and at London between 3rd- 9th April 2023. Thank you
Can host for 2 daysHello, Mila here. I'm cheerfull and easy going person
Can host for 3 daysHi, my name is WARSINI from Indonesia, and I am looking new friend here for relationship to do share learn languages and too open arrival foreign who wants bussiness with me in my country.
Can host for 1 dayHi my name is Ceilla! Explore and traveling around the world has been my dream since i was kid, but idk how to start it. Hahhaa. Beside enjoy traveling and hangout, i also like watching movies, series, listening music and scrolling tiktok. If you interest to learn Bahasa Indonesia, i’ll teach you with pleasure. Currently i working remote for startup in indonesia. So, even i working fulltime i can traveling.🥳✨ Oh yaa, I do really like adventure, i have interest to hiking, snorkling, and diving. Let’s be friend and know each other!🙌 If you want contacts exchange like WhatsApp, let me know!
MelinaHey, I am Melina, 25, from Munich. I love to travel and discovering new cultures and landscapes. I am a very opened person and love to meet new people✨️💫
StephHey I'm steph! I'm from Jersey in the channel islands UK I'm looking forward to getting away more on my own this year. I'm very sociable and outgoing. I enjoy meeting new people! I want to explore on my trips, do some fun day trips, and dance the night away in the evenings at some beach party's!! I'm a beach bum and love my sunny holidays... Iv had a rough break up recently so I hope this holiday will do me good. Exited to make some new friends!!
FrancescaI work remotely and has since been trying to explore as much as I can, while I still can 😅 just recently started my solo traveling journey!
based on 3 experiences
I spent two months in Indonesia and just loved it. I really liked Jogyakarta. I highly recommend the Dieng Plateau although it is quite arduous to get to, via local transport. Borobudur is nice. Mount Bromo is amazing. The Ijen Plateau is amazing. I took local buses to most places. The boat trips to what was Flores were incredible. The Gili islands are beautiful. I loved Flores.
My best travel experience was visiting Sumatra - exploring the jungle in North Sumatra, cruising around Pulau Weh in the north on a scooter, and falling in love with the vibes in lake Toba - the most stunning place I’ve ever been. All that solo.
I was in Bali, Gili Trawangan and Lombok. Spent a week based out of Ubud (rented motorbikes and drove all around the southern part of the island and ubud area), 3 days north in Lovina, and 3 days in the south of Lombok. If I had more time I wish I could have gone to the island of Flores to dive and see the Komodo dragons in Komodo National Park! You can do a 4 day cruise there or a cheap flight. Also have a friend who went to Sumatra and did a trek in the jungle to see wild orangutans. Sounded amazing! If you’re an adventurer and love trekking and challenges, definitely do the Mt. Rinjani trek in Lombok! Never had any safety worries.
Yes, Indonesia is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and dress modestly. Additionally, it is important to research the areas you plan to visit and be aware of any potential safety risks.
Yes, Indonesia is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and welcoming to visitors, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore.
Indonesia can be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy. However, if you plan to visit more expensive tourist destinations, such as Bali, your costs may be higher.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Indonesia. Check with your local Indonesian embassy or consulate to find out what type of visa you need and how to apply.
Make sure you are up to date on all recommended vaccinations before traveling to Indonesia.
The official currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Make sure you have enough cash to cover your expenses while in Indonesia.
The official language of Indonesia is Bahasa Indonesia. While English is widely spoken in tourist areas, it is helpful to learn some basic phrases in Bahasa Indonesia.
Indonesia is a diverse country with many different cultures and religions. It is important to be respectful of local customs and traditions.
Indonesia is generally a safe country to visit, but it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take necessary precautions.
The best time to travel to Indonesia depends on where you plan to visit. Generally, the dry season (April to October) is the best time to visit most of the country. However, if you plan to visit the eastern part of Indonesia, such as Sulawesi or Papua, the wet season (November to March) is the best time to go.
Yes, Indonesia is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
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