Honeymoons in Indonesia

Why not consider a honeymoon in lively Indonesia? With the Indian ocean lapping the shores, exotic cuisine and bars full of music and fun entertainment, Indonesia is an exciting location not too far from home!

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Indonesia Overview

Full of culture and exciting and exotic sights to be explored, Indonesia is a gem of a location, found in South East Asia. With the stunning beaches of Lombok and the rich culture of Bali, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to your honeymoon in Indonesia. Exciting nightlife is combined with vibrant culture, and the friendly locals will make you feel right at home as you make the most of those first few weeks as newlyweds. If you want to enjoy exotic cuisine, relaxing hotels and beautiful scenerey, a honeymoon in Indonesia is perfect for you. 

Key Facts for Indonesia

Currency: Rupiah

Capital: Jakarta

Language: Indonesian

Flight time: 6 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Indonesia

Indonesia is hot and humid for most of the year. The best time to travel there is between June and September, as this is the dry season when temperatures are slightly cooler and rainfall is less. The wet season tends to fall between October and April. 

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Getting Married in Indonesia

Getting married and spending your honeymoon in Indonesia will be a once in a life time experience.  Indonesia, located in South East Asia is comprised of over 17,500 islands give you choice and opportunity when it comes to finding the most romantic location for your wedding abroad. The Indonesian culture is extremely welcoming and will ensure that your wedding abroad in their country will run smoothly and according to plan.  Getting married on one of the Indonesian islands will be luxurious and the attention to detail received will probably not compare to that of any other around the world.

Marriage Requirements


You can marry in Indonesia providing you follow a religion that is recognised by the Indonesian government (Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, or Christian Catholic or Protestant).

You must apply for a 'certificate of no impediment to marriage' before marrying in Indonesia. You can find out on the Indonesian Embassy website http://www.indonesia.embassy.gov.au/jakt/MarriageInd.html

Indonesia honeymoon advice

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