How to travel Indonesia on a budget

Hey guys !

Traveling and video-graphy became passion of mine. By the means of this blog I would like to share with you some tips and tricks on how to travel even the most tropical and expensive places in the world, because trust me, it can be done ! And you dont have to die out of hunger or sleep in the dust-busket to make it.  In the case muse kicks me, I will try to give you some inspiration or even some courage, too. In time, I will share also video – blogs on how to make travel videos, techniques, post-processing and cutting in Adobe Premiere Pro. There is a lot to come, so stay tunned here:


This post is dedicated specifically to overal travel info about Indonesia, but if I survive my upcoming journey I will reveal how to travel Sri Lanka and Maldives cheaply as well! So here we go, let´s make our dreams come true : )

Before the journey…

Flying ticket

Cheap traveling is based primarily on cheap flying ticket. And since Indonesia and Malaysia are becoming cheaper every year, there is a lot of possibilities to choose from. We bought ours 6 months in advance for 440  € via Turkish airlines with one stop over in Istanbul (but I saw them starting from 380 € everywhere in Europe). I have to say, Turkish airlines offer top service – I felt like a king – we were provided with delicious food from rich MENU, rug, sleeping bag, slippers, cosmetics, could listen to a great music or watch good movies – it was really comfortable flight for ridiculously cheap price. So what are the choices?


The cheapest starting points for Indonesia are: Budapest, Prague, Vienna, Milano, Venice or even sometimes Paris.  Cheapets places of destination are: Kuala Lumpur, then Jakarta or Denpasar (Bali). You should check the tickets via:





Be aware ! I do not recommend you to buy tickets via these portals as they include more and more less reliable “Third sites” such as Travelgenio or Airtickets, that may offer cheaper tickets than the flying company but there is lower guarantee you will receive it and that everything will proceed as is supposed to. If there is enormous price gap between these portals and flying company and you wanna risk it, try first to find some reviews on the internet and then hope for the best 😀

If you are more flexible and have no spare time to spend whole day every day just searching for some cheap flying tickets, there are experts that will do that gladly for you. I recommend you to like these pages on facebook:

 • Secret Flying

Be aware! There is always some reason for extra cheap price. Before you buy anything, check the season of your visit just to avoid some typhoons. Buy flying ticket with your own credit/debit card that will be brought to airport as they, especially when you fly to countries such as Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, India, etc., control your documentation and if your name on ticket does not much the name on the card, you might get into trouble if you dont have any possible document  you can think of. So you may be rejected to get on board or you might be pressed to buy those tickets again, which we clearly don´t want to 😀

For the transportation between Indonesian islands we used these companies:

Tickets cost around 30 €, which is relatively cheaper than land long-distanced transportation, and I must admit that even safer.  However, avoid Lion Air – unreliability, lower baggage allowance, delays, and complications with buying ticket itself.


People were literally laughing at me for telling them that Indonesia has dry season in summer, and trust me this time, it has ! 😀 And since we are students and can travel mostly during summer months, this is one of the reasons why we chose Indonesia. Before you buy flying ticket, don´t forget to check the weather on or this nice site:

To sum up, Indonesia has dry season from May to September while wet season from October until May. But I recommend you to visit this amazing place at the end or at the start of wet season – prices are even lower, nature is amazingly green and it is actually fun to experience one of their strong but short rains.

Vaccination – or will I die of malaria?!

Another travel myth. No, you will not die of malaria. During the month I spent there I met like 4 moscitos, and half of them on public toilets (really ! :D). So although your doctor will insist on buying antimalatics and to use it as prevention, I do not recommend it at all. In my opinion, it is the worst you can do for your body and for your journey as well – my friend was halucinating, vomitting, got sick, etc.. Moreover, it won´t probably work anyway! Malaria that is spread by moscitos mutates everyday, so even if you use the tablets, it may not function and if you get Malaria in Indonesia, you will have to seek out doctor that will give you different antimalarics anyway. So if you wanna feel safe, I suggest you to buy some antimalarics in Indonesia and consult it there – after all, Indonesians know the best.

Should I get some vaccinations? Well, it is up to you. It is generally recommended to get hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus, and typhoid typhus. I emphasize especially, tetanus, as there is relatively high possibility of being biten by a monkey, so it might be a real problem – you would have to run to hospital immediately. However, as I mentioned before it is completely up to you. You can consult it with your doctor or in some communities on the internet.


Insurance is very, very important ! You should therefore decide carefully based on your preferences. Just do not skip it because you would regret it later a big time !

Backpack and what should I pack with me?

You asked me a lot whether you can take classical “holiday” suitcase. Forget it ! These trips are “backpacking style” only. Suitcase would only make you less flexible in every possible way. You should buy rather high-quality bacpack that will resist all kinds of weather. It is generally recommended to buy this one on Amazon .Advantage is, that this company will repair your backpack no matter what reason for free !


There is nothing special that you should take with you, even plug connector is European (but not English type).  However, don´t forget some scarf for your face, longer pants or skirt because of their religious customs. Moreover, if you go watch the sunrise over active volcano Bromo, please dress a lot ! I was freazing there, literally! I was laughing at home at people who were wearing winter caps and gloves and then I almost bought those too, so do not underestimate it!

Is it even safe to go there?

Indonesia is, in fact, very safe country. I felt safer than at home sometimes. Indonesia is being recommended even for solo-female travelers. Locals are amazing ! – welcoming, smiling, good-hearted, and will help you anytime. At first it might seem weird and you may suspect them from having some other hidden agenda, but they believe in karma and act according to it. However, don´t be too trustful – it may not pay off sometimes. They are still poor people afterall and might steal something from you if you are not carefull enough (as anywhere in the world). Nevertheless, they are definately not canibals that will eat you along the way as I was warned by my friends ! 😀

Volcano may burst out, of course.  But this is actually normal thing and will not affect you in some special way (depending on the situation). It also happened during our journey and we didn´t even know it. And yes, there were some terrorist attacks in Bali, but this may happen anytime and anywhere in the world.

Our journey


We spent 23 days in Indonesia. We started in Kuala Lumpur (as it was the cheapest way) and flew to Yogyakarta in Java island for 34 €. Then we continued to active volcano Bromo by transfer (app. 13 hours) which cost app. 15 €. We flew from nearby city Surabaya to Bali for 30 €.  From Bali you will get to island Lombok by traject for 3 € (4 hours) or by private boat for 25/30 € (1/2 hours). Please, but do not trust the statements from “dock” people that traject has already flown away ! 😀 Then we made 1-day trip to Gili Meno which you can reach by local boat from Lombok for 1 € (20 minutes).

Finally, we got on 5-day cruise to Komodo from Lombok for 230 € (everything included). It was the best experience ever ! I strongly recommend that. You can book your trip on this website: You will be asked to pay 20 % in advance if booking 1 month before cruise, 100 % if it is less than month – that´s how they do it in Indonesia and since this company is low-cost and well-known they fill up very fast. You should book it as soon as possible. And you don´t have to worry, they are responsible and you can trust them – I paid it via PayPall (safest way) and they sent me voucher and even invoice.

But if you want to know which are the TOP places in Indonesia to visit, try this website with a lot of useful tips from the Crazy Tourist !


What you should know

Indonesia have non-visa entry for a lot of countries now. You have to find out, whether you are lucky or not. If not, you will have to pay 35 dollars at arrival directly at the airport. However, if you would like to spend there more than 30 days, you have to submit for visas in advance which will cost you 50 €.

Predominant religion is islam (mainly Java island and Lombok) and hinduism (Bali). You should therefore addapt to their cultural and religious customs. But don´t worry! Indonesia is not that strict and conservative as, for instance, arabic countries. Yes, you can wear even shorts!

Currency – cca. 1 USD = 13 157 IDR (Indonesian Rupiah). Finally, you will be a millionaire ! Exchange offices are around every corner, but ATMs are rather rare. Therefore you should withdraw greater amount of money in advance. A part of it exchange at the airport, and the rest anywhere you find appropriate.

Sim card – if you don´t wanna bankrupt yourself, buy it. It is very cheap. We were stupid, so we didn´t buy it and one minute cost us 4 € !

Monkeys ! Crazy little monkeys! They bite, kick and steal – forget the notion about nice creatures, they are actually beasts!

Don´t ride on the elephants! They, in fact, have a very weak back, so it is very paintful for them, not to mention, the parks that exploit and torture them for the purpose of this business. I will write more comprehensive article about our experience and this important issue in general.

Bargain, bargain, bargain. It is the only way you get decent price. If not, you might end up as my travel buddies that bought postcards for 10 € ! 😀 You should see their faces afterwards.

If you are not a good driver or stupid, avoid riding bikes on Bali and Java island. Number of accidents is relatively high (caused mainly by tourists), corrupted “tourist” policemen are everywhere (mainly on Bali), and traffic is reaaaaally crazy. Trust me, you don´t wanna end up in some of their hospitals 😀

Be aware of jellyfish! For whole my life I have been scared of spiders. How stupid I was. A jellyfish is what you should be worried about. I was attacked by a bunch of them – I could  neither breath or move and it hurt like hell. If it had not been the locals and their magical herb there, I would have probably ended up in local hospital. If something like this happens to you, just do not scrape wounded place with salty water as I did, but use sand instead.

The three biggest “eaters”


The prices for Indonesian accomodation are incredibly low. I paid 109 € for the whole stay! (That´s what I paid for 4 nights in Italy). Choose accomodation with included breakfast and if possible also with bike rental – you will save a lot of money and time. Prices I accepted ranged from 5 € to 12 €. You can book it in advance (and also pay later) or directly at the place – depends on what you prefer. I booked everything in advance to secure: good price, nice location and many facilities – and to avoid those fussy situations when you sweat, your heavy bag is killing you, you didn´t eat like 18 hours which results in taking whatever comes your way first and then discover that water is not running 😀

As a result, we booked interesting and comfortable accomodations – e.g. near volcano crater, bungallow surrounded by the nature (as in the picture above) or even nice hotel room for 8 € (as in the picture below):


For booking of accomodation I recommend these websites:

  • – the greatest variety, the best prices and service
  • – very simillar to
  • – for free, and you will get to know the locals and their culture, what could be better?
  • – beautiful, interesting and very comfortable accomodations

I will talk about our accomodations in more detail in other blog posts dedicated to particular islands : )


Act like locals, pay like locals. Moreover, it is so much funnier.  We used local horses, transfers, buses, trajects, jeep, ariplanes, but I fell in love with bikes ♥ the most.  We weren´t able to drive them on Java island or Bali as we would surely end up dead, but Lombok was a different case – empty and new roads, something I have never  dreamt of (picture below). We rented them for a day two times, and it cost 2,8 €/person/day, including gasoline!

Insist, however, on compulsory equipment (e.g. helmet), insurance  and check properly condition of the vehicle with its owner before the ride – make some record about it! It is also very important from WHO you rent the bike/car. The best you can do is to rent it from your accomodation owner (it is safe as they care about reputation a lot, negative feedback on booking or social media is not good for bussiness).

But how did we orientate? We didn´t 😀 We got lost too many times. We asked the locals to advice us – there was no rush, anyway. But then we managed to download some off-line maps which were relatively working – download some of them too, it is better than get lost every 5 kilometres ! 😀 

If you are, however, scared or don´t know drive, try shared-ride. You can ask some local or just stand by the road and wait – they will eventually ask you anyway. The price of the ride will depend on your bargaining skills. Another cheapest way of transportation is, as generally, bus, train or traject. Use taxi only in case when you are a group going on a trip for whole day or if you must, use “blue cabs” or taxi with fixed tax – it is much cheaper! Ironically, the cheapest taxi we used was in Kuala Lumpur – 150 km for 18 €, i.e. 4,5 € per person! : D


Besides the fact that it is delicious, it is, again, very cheap! Anew, eat like locals = best food and lowest price. We tried also a lot of restaurants and it did not bankrupt us, too : )

One of my favourites were green pancakes with coconut milk (photo above), green balls with coconut (I forgot the name :/ ), Chicken Satay (chicken meat with peanut sauce), Gado Gado (mix of everything – still don´t know, what that is :D), Nasi Goreng (fried rice) and Miu Goreng (fried pasta with meat).

Prices in the shops were reaaally low – for us Slovakians.

There is some price comparison of food in restaurant:

  • Java island – classic dinner 0,80 €
  • Bali – classic dinner 2 €
  • Lombok – classic dinner 3 €


Budget summary

Check this website before the journey to see approximate costs of living:


  • Budapest – Kuala Lumpur (flight) = 440 €
  • Kuala Lumpur – Yogyakarta (flight) = 34 €
  • Yogyakarta – Bromo (transfer) = 15 €
  • Surabaya – Bali (flight) = 30 €
  • Bali – Lombok (traject) = 3 €
  • Lombok – Gili Meno – Lombok (local ship – return ticket) = 2  €
  • Lombok – bike rental for 2 days/1 person/with gasoline = 5,60 €
  • Lombok – Bali (traject) = 3 €
  • Bali – Kuala Lumpur (flight) = 94 €  ……………………………………………..together, transportation = 626,60 €


  • 18 from /22 nights = 109 € ( 4 nights included in cruise) ………………………together, accomodation = 109 €

Cruise to Komodo

  • 5 days  – accomodation, food, hygiene, snorkling equipment = 220 €
  • 2x entry to national parks = 10 €  ……………………………………………………………………..together, cruise = 230 €

Attractions, fun, and entry fees

  • Kuala Lumpur – mosque, Batu Cave = 0 €
  • Yogyakarta, combo entry to Prambanan and Borobudur temple = 25 € (take your student card !)
  • Bromo – jeep, volcano trip  = 20 €
  • Bali – elephants = 50 €, rafting = 17 €,  Kecak dance = 7 €, temples and waterfalls (6x) = 10 €, together= 84 €
  • Lombok – beaches= 0€, waterfalls= 2€, guide= 2,5 €/person , together= 4,5 €
  • Komodo – already included………………………………………………………………….together, attractions = 133, 50 €

Food, souvenirs and other

  • I don´t have precise record of how much I spent
  • I think my friend spent around 150 € and I little bit more: 250/300 €

TOGETHER, INDONESIA = 1099,00 € + food, souvenirs


*if you lower your expenditures on flying tickets , accomodation and food, final price will be ridiculous!

** if you compare it to travel agencies you wil find out that: A) they don´t even offer such trip and B) it is almost 3x more expensive (I found similar trip in my country for 2500/3000 €).  So what are you waiting for?

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41 Replies to “How to travel Indonesia on a budget”

  1. Waw, naozaj namakaný článok s obrovským množstvom užitočných informácií. Klobúk dole a palec hore! 🙂
    Tiež sa mi páči, že cestuješ uvedomele a nepodporuješ týranie zvierat (napr. slonov).
    Mne sa z Indonézie najviac páčilo Borneo, kde ste teraz nezavítali, tak ak pôjdete okolo, tak odporúčam. Je to také divokejšie, ale veľmi príjemné…
    A jedlo v Indonézií to je kapitola sama o sebe… tie všakovaké ovocia za príjemné ceny, mňam.

    Pokračuj v písaní, dobre sa to čita 🙂
    S pozdravom, hogy

    1. Wuau !!! Hoggy ďakujem za krásny komentár ! teba sledujem už dlho ! aaa Borneo mám v pláne…chcem navštíviť aj rôzne domorodé kmene, vidieť orangutanov…bože mam toľko plánov, že neviem či ich všetky stihnem ! 😀 Držím ti palce na ďalších cestách ! Lucka 🙂

  2. Lucka palec hore !!! Na toto som čakal :3 Niečo úžasné 🙂 Ten článok nemá chybu !!! Dúfam že sa podarí niečo také aj mne !!! Drźím palce naďalej. Choď si za svojím snom !!! 😊😊😊👌👍👍👍❤

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      Aďkooo Ďakujem !!! 🙂 za všetko podporu si fakt úžasný …Ľudia ako ty ma poháňajú ďalej…a ty si choď za svojim snom tiež ! držíím palce ♥ 🙂

  3. Vyborne citanie s kopou informacii 🙂 len tak dalej 🙂

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      Ďakujem veľmi pekne ! cením si to 🙂

  4. Tenhle článek jsem přečetla doslova jedním dechem. Když jsem poprvé narazila na tvůj instagram, řekla jsem si “tak tahle je přesně to, co znamená slovo CESTOVAT”! Ani nevíš, jak moc jsem šťastná, že sis založila blog a sdílíš s námi Tvé zkušenosti a zážitky. Mým obrovským snem je procestovat svět, ale jelikož je mi teprv 16, neměla jsem skoro vůbec žádné ponětí, co to všechno obnáší, co se musí předem zařídit a podobně. Tenhle článek mi opravdu strašně pomohl, už se nemůžu dočkat dalšího! Máš vážně můj obdiv. Moc děkuju, dodala jsi mi neskutečnou energii!
    Doufám, že nějaký článek bude i o tom, jak ses k cestování vlastně dostala a jak jsi to se svými přáteli zrealizovala, protože, vážně, tohle je úžasný! 🙂
    Přeji krásný den ♥

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      Oooo bože tak tento komenár ma zahrial pri srdcii ♥ ♥ !!! wuaaau ďakujem..ja som nečakala ani takúto odozvu od niekoho..bože naozaj si to vážim ! 🙂 Začnem makať na ďalších článkoch nech vieš kde ist a čomu sa vyhnut ! oou držim palce v plnení sna – ked to budes chciet urcite sa ti to podarí 🙂 aaaa niečo o tom ako som sa k tomu dostala najdes hore v sekcii “o mne” to je len také v kratkosti ale 😀 ..možno sa k tomu dostanem ! a pozeram ze aj ty mas blog tak idem mrknut nan :)..krasny den aj tebe a vela stastne nalietaných kilometrov do buducnosti ! ♥ ♥ Lucka

  5. Ahoj Lucka, mna si veru svojim videom inspirovala natolko, ze v maji do Inodnezie letim aj ja s kamosmi a to som sa tak rozhodla hned po prvom pozreti, asi mesiac – dva dozadu. Takze sa velmi tesim na dalsie clanky a tipy 🙂 len tak dalej!

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      wuaaau 🙂 uzasne…to bolo aj mojim cielom a velmi ma tesi ze sa naplnuje. Prajem vam krasnu cestu po Indonezii a dufam ze na nu nezabudnete rovnako ako aj ja !..neolutujete…ďakujem za krásny komentar 🙂 ♥

  6. Super napísané, minulý rok som Indonéziu, Bali aj Gili ostrovy navštívila. Avšak leteckej spoločnosti Lion Air by som sa vôbec neobávala, letela som s nimi a všetko prebehlo úplne v poriadku a aj načas. Taktiež sa netreba báť požičať si skúter alebo motorku aj priamo na Bali, premávka je síce hustá, no bez problémov sa to dá zvládnuť. Za návštevu stojí aj Gili Trawangan.

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        Ďakujem 🙂 no podla toho co som si zistila o Lion Air na internete aj co mi povedlai domaci, tak mavaju caste meskania takze sa to neodporucalo hlavne pre cestovatelov kt prestupuju a maju menej casu. ked som sa snazila kupit letenky cez hocjaku kartu kreditnu/debetnu bol s tym problem a neslo to aj veeela daslim cestovatelom na internete :)..dalej maju aj mensiu povolenu hmotnost ako tie letecke spolocnosti kt. som odporucala 🙂 bola som s nimi spokojna preto som ich uviedla..ale je to na kazdeho uvazeni do coho pojde :p takze osm rada ze ste mali taku dobru skusenost 🙂 a ano ale ja nie som moc dobry sofer ja by osm sa na Bali zabila 😀 haha.. pekný večer :p

  7. ahoj , super článok . Ja sa chystám na konci mája na niečo podobné . Thajsko,Bali, Malaysia,Singapore . Chcem sa spýtať akú veľkú,ťažkú si mala batožinu ? V lietadle si si ju brávala so sebou do kabíny alebo si ju musela dávať do podpalubia ? 🙂 Ďakujem

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      Ahoj 🙂 Ďakujem ! 🙂 mala som asi cca 12 /13 kg ? ak si dobre pamatam..a vzdy sla samozrejme do podpalubia 🙂 a malu batozinu som si bravala k sebe ta mala cca do 7 kg..prajem stastnu cestu ! 🙂

      1. a kolko litrový bahot si mala ? ked si letela z Bali do Kuala Lumpur tak si letela s AirAsia a dopláca si tú 20kg batožinu do podpalubia . Funguje to ako Ryanair ? 🙂 Ďakujem

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          ahoj 🙂 no vsak ako som pisala vyssie 😀 mala som 13kg batoziny co slo dole do podpalubia ale ono to bolo ako keby v cene…alebo nejakych 16 € si nepamatam..:) ale viem ze ked som pisala ze 34 eurova letenka tak to je uz aj s batozinou zapocitane..a ked sme sli na Bali s Garuda Indonesia (30€) to bolo to nie je ako Ryan air ze zaplat 50 € za batozinu..:) 😀 vdakabohu

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            aha 😀 a mala som 60 L batoh 😀 zle som si precitala otazku prepac 😀

          2. niečo také ako víza na Bali netreba riešiť, či ?

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          …za víza na 30 dní sa už neplatí 🙂

  8. Nádherne napísaný článok. Mojím snom je začať cestovať a spoznávať tieto prírodou obdarené krajiny, len stále si hovorím, že nie je čas, peniaze, ľudia, ktorí by do toho šli…a vidím, že sa to dá.
    Naozaj, veľa informáciami si ma nasýtila. 🙂

    Ďakujem, Pekný večer 🙂


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      joj tak to ma tešííííí, ďakujem :))) áno prekážok je veľa, ale keď naozaj niečo chceš dosiahneš to..už len musíš nájsť ludí, ktorí sú do toho rovnako zbláznení ako ty a potom to už pôjde jedna radosť..:) a pekný večer aj tebe, Lucka ♥

  9. Perfektny clanok, chystame sa na bali, takze tvoje rady som si pozorne precitala, drzim Ti palce a uz sa tesim na dalsi😉👏🏻✌🏻️

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      Ooo dakujem velmi pekne 🙂 aj O bali chystám članok tak dufam ze stihenm do vásho odchodu a ze pomoze 🙂 krasny den prajem 😉

  10. Ahoj Lucka, musim suhlasit s ostatnymi, ze blog je skutocne skvely a uzitocny….si sikovna 🙂 Ja sa chystam na Bali v juni, sice na dva tyzdne, ale lepsie ako vobec, vsakze 🙂 Nemam este presny plan, stale spekulujem co a ako, len mam na teba otazku, ze kolko vam trvala cesta z Yogyakarty k Mount Bromo a ci na Mount Bromo stacil den, alebo treba viac. Ďakujem ! 🙂

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      Ahoj Ivka, si zlata naozaj si to cením ! 🙂 kludne ak chces mozes ma kontaktovat na mojej fb stránke s trasou kludne poradím: A čo sa tyka tej cesty tak trvalo to 14 hod az hore k sopke…co bola neskutocna hroza…ale na tu cestu nikdy nezabudneme..:D a prečo uvediem v nasledujucom clanku, ktorý bude venovaný Jáve 🙂

      1. Tak na ten clanok sa uz tesim 😊 No ja si musim vybrat, ci pojdem pozriet chramy v Yogyakarte, alebo na Bromo..ale tam by som sla potom zo Surabaye.Neviem este no oboje nestihnem, kedze mam viac dni naplanovanych na bali, lomboku a gili….Co je podla teba lepsie vidiet/zazit, chramy v Yogyarte, alebo Mt.Bromo? 😀 Najlepsie asi oboje 😞☺

        1. Ďakujem velmi pekne 🙂 to ma teší…no ak mate časovú tieseň, určite nevynechajte sopku Bromo…to bola noazaj topka 🙂 chrámov bude dosť aj na Bali 😉

  11. Ahoj, skvely clanok aj video! 🙂 pozerala som Tvoje fotky na ig uz dlhsie vdaka zdielaniu na dnescestujem a som velmi rada, ze si si zalozila blog a musim povedat, ze takto skvelo napisany clanok a s tolko uzitocnymi informaciami som este asi necitala. Mojim snom je tiez cestovat a aj ked ma Asia pred tim nikdy moc nelakala, teraz je na mojom top-liste. Takze len tak dalej, tesim sa na dalsie clanky. 🙂

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      WUAU !!! ďakujem ! takéto komentáre ma vždy nakopnú aby som zas makala na ďalšom článku..veľmi ma to teší že to takto inšpiruje a aj človeku pomôže – to je mojim cieľom 🙂 držím palce na cestách a Áziu si zamiluješ…a už nebude cesty späť 😀

  12. […] Ako lacno precestovať Indonéziu […]

  13. Thank you for your forum post.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic. Whisker

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      You are welcome ! 🙂

  14. Great post! I totally agree on everything. Don’t ride elephants at all people!!! It may be fun for you but not for them!
    I have to tell you that I always travel with a backpack, but two months ago I went for a 15-day trip to Thailand with a small cabin suitcase and it was a great choice – I could carry it with one hand, it was very very hot and thankfully I didn’t have a backpack on my back, so I was very comfortable and didn’t sweat :)))))

    I invite you to visit my travel blog and read my latest posts :))) Hope you’ll like them

    1. says:

      Yes ! Exactly…and nice tip..thanks for your lovely words..I wil definatelly check your blog ! have a nice day ♥

  15. Mozem sa spytat kde konkretne bol ten rafting a slony a ci to stalo za to?:) napriklad tie slony mi pridu strasne drahe. :O

    1. says:

      No rafting bol lacny okolo 20 €….a ten bol peckovy !! a ako spomínam v článku..slony určite nie! Neodporúčam žiaden park, kde slony nežijú voľne v prírode…bolo to najväčšie sklamanie keď sme zistili ako to tam chodí…

  16. Zaujimavy clanok s mnozstvom informacii, hlavne pre “cestovatelov”, ktori asi nemaju az tolko skusenosti. Indonezia je uzasna krajina a riadne riadne velka. Je tu toho strasne vela co vidiet a ako pises, ludia su fakt milunki a dobrosrdecni. Ale velmi radi sa fotia, Mister Selfie??? (: Cestujem tu poslednych 5 mesiacov a stale som videl “iba” Sumatru a malu cast ostrova Java. Budget na mesiac mam okolo £300-350 (ubytko, transport, jedlo, viza cize vsetko okrem cestovneho poistenia a tej najdrahsej letenky z domu, kedze mojim domovom sa stal svet odlahly (: ). Ak mozem odporucit tak checkni Sumatru, je tam toho kopec co vidiet a stretol som vela solo-female travellers! Good luck a cestuj cestuj cestuj (:

    1. says:

      Parada ! Super budget. A suhlas do Indonezie sa raz urcite vratim. Je toho vela co sme nestihli vidiet :))) dakujem krasne a aj tebe vela nadupanych zazitkov :))

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