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Cheap Flights to Indonesia

How to Find Cheap Flights to Indonesia

Find the best deal on cheap flights to Indonesia with Skyscanner. To find the best flight price for your holiday, use Skyscanner’s flight search. If you’re flexible on when you fly, select the ‘cheapest month’ option to see the lowest prices over a whole year. Or if you know what month you want to fly to Indonesia, find the cheapest day to travel with our whole month search tool.

Airlines flying from the UAE to Indonesia

If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Indonesia it is possible to travel nonstop to both Jakarta and Bali (Denpasar). Passengers can fly directly to Jakarta out of Dubai International Airport with Emirates or from Abu Dhabi International Airport with Etihad Airways. It is also possible to travel nonstop to Bali (Denpasar) from Dubai with Emirates.

Airports in Indonesia

Indonesia is home to a large number of airports throughout the country, the busiest of which is Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta which handles around 66 million passengers annually. Other notable airports in the country include Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali and Juanda International Airport in East Java. Many leading airlines provide cheap flights to Indonesia from places all around the world.

* This information is correct as of June 2019

Reasons to Visit Indonesia

Indonesia is famed for its beautiful scenery and exciting outdoor activities, although the country’s interesting heritage is another major draw with its ancient temples and colonial past. Indonesia’s rich natural landscape teeming with flora and fauna makes it extremely popular for nature tourism, while its surfing opportunities are internationally renowned. Modern Indonesia can be a lively and vibrant place, whether it’s shopping in the metropolitan Jakarta or enjoying the nightlife at one of the popular coastal resorts.

Indonesia offers a diverse range of possibilities to suit people of all ages and tastes. Those interested in history and culture will not want to miss out on seeing one of the Candi of Indonesia, centuries-old Hindu or Buddhist temples dotted all over the country. The country also has strong Islamic and colonial influences, perhaps best exemplified by the Baiturrahman Grand Mosque and the Jakarta Old Town respectively.

Exciting outdoor activities are everywhere in Indonesia, especially around the coastal regions and small islands. Scuba diving is particularly popular due to the large number of little islands and the teeming marine life in the waters, while its many surfing spots including the Mentawai Islands are reputed as amongst the finest in the world. There are 50 national parks in the country for nature-lovers including the UNESCO World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra and the Komodo National Park, known worldwide for its Komodo dragons. The beautiful island of Bali< is popular with backpackers, honeymooners and everyone in between.

Indonesia Travel Information

Indonesia offers visa-free travel for a period up to 30 days for nationals of most countries in the world, although some nationals are required to have a visa.

The high season in Indonesia tends to fall between July and August as the country experiences warm and dry weather. Some areas of the country including Bali and Java experience a rainy season between October and April which makes it easier to find cheap tickets to Indonesia during this period.

Where to Stay

Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Indonesia for every budget

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.