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Recent Asia reviews

  • Beautiful, clean and updated apartment in convenient location

    "Our family of four stayed in this lovely apartment for a Shabbat weekend (Thursday night to Sunday). We found it to look exactly like the pictures - clean and neat! The beds were comfortable; the heat worked and there was even cable TV and internet. There was ample parking in the neighborhood and we found the location to be excellent for what we wanted; we could walk to the Old City, to worship services at Kol HaNeshama and to friends for lunch in Baka, as well as shopping and eating on Emek Refaim. Iris, the owner, was a delight to deal with and very responsive. She was out of town, but her daughter, with whom we dealt directly, was polite, warm and accessible. This is the first time we have rented a vacation property like this and we found it to be a very good experience. There were a couple of things I wish I knew in advance: 1) While this is a kosher kitchen, it is dairy/parve. When we brought in meat for Shabbat dinner, we used aluminum tins to cook in and paper plates and plastic silverware. The kitchen is not equipped for both milk and meat. There is a plata to heat/keep food warm over Shabbat. 2) There is a cooktop stove and a microwave, but not an oven. 3) We had to supply everything except for toilet paper and liquid soap, such as paper towels, aluminum foil and spices (there is salt and pepper). It was amazing how easy it was to work around these things ... I poached salmon on the stove instead of baking it and we bought prepared food at Machane Yehuda for Friday dinner, so all I had to do was heat it up (which worked great on the plata). We would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Jeri R. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 9, 2014
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  • Small but efficient, great location!

    "Small apartment (though spacious for Tokyo standards). Exactly as described. Thoughtfully furnished and clean. We had no problem sleeping 8 people there. We were out in the city most of the time, so this was a great place to crash. Just a few blocks from a great subway (and Japan Rail) station. Nakano area has everything you need: shopping arcade that goes on for blocks, grocery store, restaurants, etc. Neighbors and neighborhood were quiet. Host Makoto was great via e-mail beforehand. He greeted us at the train station and was careful to explain everything, but we were jetlagged and missed a few things. Would have been helpful to have some English labeling/stickers on the remotes for air conditioners and washing machine. Garbage sorting procedures (6 differeent bins!!!) could have been more clearly labelled as well. Overall - recommend highly. Can't beat the price and the amenities/ location."
    Guest: Andrea Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 16, 2014
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  • Lovely houe

    "We were two couple looking for some extra space for our stay in Bali. The house was lovely and there was lots of private space throughout the house. The garden was peaceful and we ended up having our private wedding ceremony there. It was a good alternative to a beach wedding. We also enjoyed the pool to cool down in and Wati the housekeeper was a lot of help with taxis and our all our questions."
    Guest: Nancy and Jon Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014
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  • Fantastic

    "This villa is so central to everything, just a walk down the lane, the villa itself is devine, amazingly set out with lovely relazing furniture, staff very helpful looking after you each day."
    Guest: Margie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014
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Indonesia Travel Tips

Visitors to Indonesia Vacation Rentals

Indonesia is a beautiful tropical paradise. The country is made up of more than 17,000 islands of which only about 6,000 are inhabited. Some of the islands are land masses that are shared with either Papua New Guinea or Malaysia. Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi are the three largest of the islands wholly owned by Indonesia. Indonesia has many beautiful beaches and coral reefs. Because of its year-round warm climate, it attracts many sun lovers and people who enjoy beach vacations.

Bali is known for its vibrant night life and well-run beach resorts. The coral reefs in Indonesia are some of the best in the world. Scuba divers often are those who like to visit the more remote islands and dive on the pristine coral reefs that are found there. Indonesia is a place that is culturally interesting. Eating out is an experience and the local food is fragrant and spicy. Many fruits and vegetables are grown on the islands and make up a major part of many of the local dishes.

Attractions at Indonesia Villas

Bali is the most well known of Indonesia's islands. It has a wealth of resorts and has probably the most efficient tourist infrastructure. The area is a contrast of beautiful sandy beaches and forested highlands which attract the more adventurous travelers. Sulawesi is known for its top-class dive sites. On land, it has an equally rich diversity of fauna and flora. Sumatra is an island that is known for its rugged landscapes and wild natural resources. It is also one of the most populated on the islands and holds great cultural wealth. Kalimantan is the far southeastern part of Borneo. The island is an adventurer's paradise. Thick jungle covers most of the island which is home to the well-known Orangutan. The island of Java is where you will find the big city of Jakarta. If you have an interest in Indonesian culture you can experience it here.

Finding Your Way to Your Indonesia Accommodation

While there are numerous airports in Indonesia, because of the many islands that make up the country, the three main airports are found near Jakarta, Denpasar on Bali, and Surabaya on East Java. Most international flights from Europe, North America, Australia and other Far East cities will arrive in either Denpasaror or Jakarta. Often for flights from the United States, you will need to route via one of the nearby Far East cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Toyko or Kuala Lumpur. If you are already traveling in the Far East, you may consider taking a ferry from Malaysia as this is more affordable. However, be sure to check the weather report before traveling as some ferries will depart even if the weather is too dangerous to travel. In general, the safest way to travel from point to point in Indonesia is by plane. There are good regional flight connections that can take you to some of the more remote destinations. Stick to the more reputable airlines as the low-cost offers are usually on local airlines that are poorly maintained.

Best Time of Year to Visit Indonesia

Indonesia straddles the equator and therefore has a warm and tropical climate. There is very little temperature variation between the seasons. In fact, there is no such thing as summer, winter, spring or autumn in Indonesia. Rather, the seasons are referred to as either being wet or dry. Typically, the dry season runs from April to October. This is generally the preferred season for travel. One thing to note is that rain still occurs in the dry season; it just rains less. The wet season is from November to March and generally the low travel season.

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