About Indonesia Tours

Indonesian Territory is composed of 34 current provinces. A province is the highest position of the local Government Divisions of Indonesia provinces is Level 1. Provinces are further devied into regencies and cities is Level 2, which are in turn subdivided into distict or called Kecamatan. All villages, called desa are under the districts, and each provinces has it own local government, headed by a governor and has it own legislative body. The Governor and members of local representatives are elected by popular vote for 5 years term.

Indonesia is a wonderful archipelago nestled in the midst of Asian peninsula along the South East Asia and Australia; while lying in the middle of Indian and Pacific Oceans. The province is enveloped by Malaysia along the island of Borneo, by Papua New Guinea along the province of New Guinea and East Timor along the island of Timor.
The Indonesia province widens from the eastern region to the western front thereby covering an area of 5,120 kilometers, and stretches from the northern end till it reaches the southern region to about 1,760 kilometers, and stands in the 16 th position as far as the land area is concerned. Indonesia consist of 13,677 islands present in Indonesia, comparatively 6,000 of them occupied by inhabitants. The Vacation Indonesia Tours will guide you to to where your decided islands to visit for an amazing trip such Birdwatching or Birding, Adventure Tours and Holiday, Trekking in the rainforest, snorkelling, diving, Sulawesi overland, Java and Bali overland, War memorial on Halmahera and Morotai Island, History and culture sites, Wildlife Watching include the endemics mammals, birds, wildlife photography and Documentary movie, explore indigenous Togutil tribe on Halmahera, project work for students such as the trip of World Challenge Group from England, shore Excursion Arrangement for the Cruise Ship, and many more.

The current provinces of Indonesia 2015, by islands:

Sumatera

  1. North of Sumatera province or Sumatera Utara, Capital town is Medan, population at 2010 census 12,982,204
  2. Jambi Province, Capital town is Jambi, population at 2010 census 3,92,265
  3. Lampung Province, the Capital town is Bandar Lampung, population at 2010 census 7,608,405
  4. Riau Province, the capital town is Pekanbaru, population at 2010 census 5,538,367
  5. Riau Islands province, capital town is Tanjung Pinang, population at 2010 census 1,679,163.
  6. South of Sumatera Province, capital town is Palembang, population at 2010 census 7,450,394.
  7. West Sumatera Province, capital town is Padang, population at 2010 census 5,133,989.
  8. Special Region of Aceh Province, Capital town is Banda Aceh population at 2010 census 4,494,410
  9. Bangka Belitung Islands Province, capital town is Pangkal Pinang, population at 2010 census 1,223286
  10. Bengkulu province, the capital town is Bengkuku, population at 2010 census 1,715,518

Bali

  1. Bali Province , the capital town is Denpasar, population at 2010 census 3,890751

Lesser Sundas

  1. East Nusa Tenggara Province, the capital town is Kupang, the population at 2010 census 4,683,827
  2. West Nusa Tenggara Province, the capital town is Mataram, the population at 2010 Census 4,500,212

Java

  1. Jakarta Special Capital Region Province, the capital town is Central Jakarta or Jakarta Pusat, its population at 2010 census 9,607,787
  2. West Java Province, the capital town is Bandung, the population at 2010 Census 43,053,732
  3. Central Java Province, the Capitral town is Semarang, the population at 2010 census 32,383657
  4. Special Regional of Yogyakarta province , the Capital town is Yogyakarta, the population at 2010 Census 3,457,491
  5. East Java Province, the capital town is Surabaya, its population at 2010 census 37,476757
  6. Banten Province, the capital town is Serang, its population at 2010 census 10,632,166

Kalimantan/Borneo

  1. West Kalimantan Province, the capital town is Pontianak, its population at 2010 census 4,395,983
  2. South Kalimantan Province, the capital town is Banjarmasin, the population at 2010 Census 3,626,616
  3. North Kalimantan Province, the capital town is Tanjung Selor, the population at 2010 census 622,350
  4. Central Kalimantan Province, the capital town is Palangkaraya. The population at 2010 census 2,212,089
  5. East Kalimantan Province, the capital town is Samarinda. The population at 2010 census is 3,026,060

Sulawesi/Celebes

  1. South Sulawesi Province, the capital town is Makassar, the population at 2010 census 8,034,776
  2. West Sulawesi Province, the capital town is Mamuju, the population at 2010 census is 1,158,651
  3. South-east Sulawesi Province, the capital town is Kendari. The population at 2010 census 2,232,586
  4. Central Sulawesi Province, the capital town is Palu. The population at 2010 census 2,635,009
  5. North Sulawesi Province, the capital town is Manado. The population at 2010 census is 2,270,596
  6. Gorontalo Province, the capital town is Gorontalo. The population at 2010 census 1,040,164

Maluku/Mollucas

  1. Maluku Province, the capital town is Ambon, its population at 2010 census 1,533,506
  2. North Maluku Province, the capital town is Sofifi, the population at 2010 Census 1,038,087

Papua

  1. Special Regional of Papua province, the capital town is Jayapura. The population at 2010 census 2,833,381
  2. Special Regional of West Papua, the capital town is Manokwari. the population at 2010 Census is 760,422

How to get there From Your Country?

If you have a dream, we have a plan. Indonesia have several International Airport s such as the most important airport in Jakarta and Bali. Other International airports in Sulawesi island are Makassar or Ujung Pandang in South Sulawesi and Manado in North Sulawesi, One of Those International airport usually to be your Starting point to visit the amazing islands of Indonesia archipelago.

Transports to and from the Islands

Mostly the transports to visit those islands by air. You can flight by Garuda Indonesia Airlines, Citilink, Air Asia, Sriwijaya Airlines, Lion Air / Wings Air. For the visiting small islands of Indonesia usually you can flight by Susi Air, Wings Air, Trans Nusa, Express Air, Riau Air, Karlstar, and Trigana air. If you need VIT Tours to design your plan just contact us. Duration and Destination depend on client’s request.

Indonesia Visa (Immigration Documents)

We require visa Visitor’s Visa is granted to a foreign citizen who intends to visit or travel in the territory of Indonesia for the following purposes:

  1. Tourism;
  2. Family matters;
  3. Social activities;
  4. Arts and Culture;
  5. The task of government;
  6. Sports are not commercial;
  7. Knowledge-sharing visits, short courses and short training;

More Information of Indonesia Immigration please Continue reading by click this link

http://www.imigrasi.go.id/index.php/en/public-services/visa-for-visitor