Indonesia, Culture and Relaxation - Java and Lombok


Destination Services: Meals as specified in the itinerary (excluding beverages), Local English speaking guide, All land transfer arrangements as specified in the itinerary, 5 days accommodations

Stars: 4-5 Stars

Days: 6 days

RMB:From 6,999


Arrive at Yogya’s airport, transfer to Melia Purosani Hotel or similar in the city.

In the afternoon, visit Prambanan which is Java’s most stunning Hindu Temple.

In the evening, enjoy dinner with a traditional performance at Purawisata.

Meals: Dinner

Hotel:  Melia Purosani Hotel (Deluxe room) or similar


After breakfast at the hotel, head out to explore Yogyakarta’s most important temples and one of the world’s wonders: the magnificent Borobudur Buddhist Temple.

Next, take a tour of the colourful Yogyakarta city, including Sonobudoyo Museum where you can learn more about the city’s History, the Sultan Palace built in 1755, the Birds market, Batik home industry and Yogya’s silversmith.

In the evening, you may explore the nearby Malioboro Market at your leisure. There, you can find several local souvenir shops.


Hotel:Melia Purosani Hotel (Deluxe room) or similar


After an early breakfast, transfer to the airport for domestic flights to Lombok:

08.25-10.15 Yogyakarta to Denpasar (GA 250)

11.25-12.15 Denpasar to Lombok (GA 450)

Upon your arrival at Lombok airport, transfer to your hotel along the famous Senggigi beach on the western coast of the island. After check-in have head on a guided tour of Mataram city which will take you to Mayura; the Royal floating Palace of the former Balinese Kingdom built in 1744, Bertais Market; the biggest and busiest traditional market in Lombok and Narmada; the summer Palace of the former Balinese King Anak Agung Gede Ngurah from Karang Asem Bali, built in 1727. 

Finally, stop at Pura Lingsar. Built in 1714, it is the oldest and holiest temple in Lombok.


Hotel:Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel (Superior Garden Room) or similar


Today, you will learn more about Lombok’s culture and its people.

You will first go to Banyumulek; one of the many pottery villages where clay pots for everyday use, simple in design and primitive in style, are produced. Next, head to Sukarare known for Lombok’s traditional weaving. And finally, Rambitan where you will learn about Lombok traditional houses and their settlements pattern.

End the afternoon with a visit to the beautiful Kuta beach.


Hotel:Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel (Superior Garden Room) or similar

D5SENGGIGI – Free time

For this final day of holiday, enjoy some free time to relax.

If you prefer to add an optional activity, contact us for more details.  


Hotel:Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel (Superior Garden Room) or similar


Transfer back to the airport for flight to onward destination.




  • Domestic airfare
  • Accommodation as stated above
  • Meals as stated above
  • English speaking guide – other languages available on request
  • All transfers in an air-con vehicle
  • Activities and excursions as stated above including all required entrance fees


Excludes :

  • International airfare – we can arrange your transportation from any city in China, please contact us!
  • Visa (if required)
  • Optional activities and tours
  • Travel insurance
  • Beverages in the restaurants where meals are included
  • Gratuities to guide and driver


Terms and Conditions:


Full payment is due 14 days prior to departure. Thomas Cook China reserves the right to release all services in case of payment default.


Cancellation Policy

If any cancellation is received following a booking, the following general cancellation policy will apply:

  • Between 30 and 21 days prior to arrival : 20% of total amount is due
  • Between 20 and 7 days prior to arrival : 50% of total amount is due
  • Between 6 days and 2 day prior to arrival: 75% of total amount is due
  • 1 day or No-show: 100% of total amount is due


Force Majeure

Thomas Cook China will not be liable for performance delays or for non-performance, due to causes beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of God, actions by any government authority (whether valid or invalid), fires, floods, windstorms, riots, explosions, natural disasters, wars, sabotage, labour problems (including lockouts, strikes and slowdowns), or court injunction or order.