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Tours in Indonesia

Withlocals experiences in Indonesia are

100% With locals

Who you see is who you get.
The Withlocals host you book is the
host that welcomes you.

100% Private

All Withlocals experiences
are private, meaning exclusively
for you or your group.

a 100% taste of the city

From city highlights to hidden gems.
From food essentials to home dinners.
Our hosts share it with you.

Tours in Indonesia

Being located along traditional trade routes, Indonesia is used to engaging with all kinds of different cultures. Therefore, Indonesian locals are more than capable of showing you what their greatly diverse country has to offer. Why take the expensive tours and let a travel agent setup your itinerary for your holiday, when you can go on a private local tour with a local host. Why not try a private tour in Bali? Being hosts for all kinds of travelers for centuries long, the people of Indonesia are highly qualified to make your experience in their country a personal and authentic one. A local guide can offer you a personalized tour, whether you are more of the outdoors kinda person or you love the cultural sites. If you want to explore the beauty and richness of Indonesia, your local host will take care of that!

Top highlight tours in Indonesia

Temple Tour: UNESCO World Heritage Site


€45.96 p.p.

2 Days Bali Highlights Tour


€30.00 p.p.

Yogya's Culture and Heritage Day Tour


€71.80 p.p.

Habits in Indonesia

  • Indonesians will always greet you kindly, after which they might ask ‘where are you going?’. This question is still part of the greeting.
  • After being invited for a meeting, Indonesians rarely say that they can’t make it, they will say ‘If I have the chance I can come’.
  • When you're Indonesian, it's not common to introduce yourself to someone you don’t know. Meeting a new person is done through a third person.
  • Indonesians don’t generally show their frustration in public. It's rare to see someone shouting in the street, they will do this behind closed doors.
  • For Indonesians, the word ‘Bule’ is referring to Caucasian foreigners. It is nothing negative, only a nickname for white people.
  • Smoking is very common in Indonesia, and you can also find restaurants where you are allowed to smoke inside.
  • Indonesians don’t eat with their left hand, this is considered the ‘dirty hand’. Make sure to shake people’s hand with your right hand.
  • Don’t feel uncomfortable when people are staring at you! This is not considered impolite in Indonesia.

This is what guests are saying about our hosts

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Javi Andres

Trekking Jatiluwih rice terrace

This is an experience you do not want to miss. The rice terraces are marvelous, a landscape you will not forget. And the guiding is great!!

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Gonzalo Andres

1 Day Exploring Bali's Best Sights

Nos sorprendimos del gran conocimiento de Andrés no únicamente sobre su cultura sino sobre la cultura española y de muchos otros países. ¡Es como una enciclopedia! Pasamos un gran día con él. Es muy atento, puntual y profesional. Conocimos muchas cosas de Bali gracias a él y no dudamos en volver a avisarlo para futuros viajes a la isla. Habla perfectamente español a parte de otros idiomas asi que lo recomiendo a todos aquellos que viajen a Bali y necesiten un guía en este idioma. ¡Terimah Kasih Andrés!

Withlocals guest
Withlocals host
Julie-ann Andres

1 Day Exploring Bali's Best Sights

Andres, well he was an awesome host. I (solo traveller) was picked up at my hotel 6.30am sharp and he also brought his son to be the driver and also play host along the way.
From the beginning of our tour at Tanah Lot, Andres explained about his culture and different meanings of different parts the temples and there were many temples that we visited that day.
From tasting a variety of tea and the infamous special coffee Luwak, venturing around in the rice fields, a very delicious smorgasbord meal for lunch and not to forget some of the beautiful mountains and scenery around Bali.
My highlight would have been the traditional Balinese dancing at 6.30pm which went on for an hour and I it was "magical" I was finally dropped of at about 8.15pm to my Hotel and omg, I had such an exhilarating, packed full of interesting and humorous events.
Andres was a top host and guide, his knowledge and share humour, held my highest regard for him but he also had me laughing at his witty comments. His son was also a treat because he shared some of his knowledge along the way and was a cool minded driver.
It was a long day but I will never ever forget the way I was treated and the experience these wonderful men gave me of Bali.
With great regards