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Ferries in and to Indonesia

Compare ferries in and to Indonesia on the following routes:

  • Bali to Gili Air
  • Bali to Gili Trawangan
  • Bali to Lombok
  • Bali to Nusa Lembongan
  • Gili Air to Bali
  • Gili Trawangan to Bali
  • Lombok to Bali
  • Nusa Lembongan to Bali
  • Singapore Harbourfront to Batam (Riau Islands)
  • Singapore Harbourfront to Sekupang (Batam Island)
  • Singapore Harbourfront to Waterfront (Riau Islands)
  • Tanah Merah to Bandar BentanTelani
  • Tanah Merah to Tanjung Pinang

Booking a ferry in or to Indonesia is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

Ferry routes to Indonesia

  • Domestic Routes in Indonesia

    • Gili Trawangan-Padang Bay: Bali
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Gili Trawangan-Serangan: Bali
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Lembongan-Serangan: Bali
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Gili Air-Padang Bay: Bali
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Gili Air-Serangan: Bali
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Padang Bay: Bali-Gili Trawangan
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Serangan: Bali-Gili Trawangan
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Serangan: Bali-Lembongan
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Padang Bay: Bali-Gili Air
      6 crossings weekly
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    • Serangan: Bali-Gili Air
      6 crossings weekly
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  • Ferries from Singapore to Indonesia

How to book your Indonesia ferry

Booking a ferry to or from Indonesia couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.


More About Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelago comprising 17,508 islands. Despite being a densely populated country, Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that are home to many animals, including critically endangered species. This helps to make Indonesia the second most biodiverse country in the world.

Indonesia is a fantastic place to go in search of exciting activities. Naturally as a group of islands in the Pacific ocean, diving, snorkelling and surfing are a must. On land, hiking and trekking are popular activities and a great way to explore the country.

Away from exciting activities you may want to relax and enjoy some of the local cuisine. Indonesia takes influences from China, India and Europe to name a few places, creating a unique style of food that has to be tried.

Indonesia Travel Guide

Indonesia is a country waiting to be explored, with wildlife and natural landscapes that you won't see anywhere else.

Indonesia is an archipelago made up of over 17,000 islands, and the experience you get very much depends on the island you visit. Each island has it's own quirks and traditions.

It's said about a lot of destinations, but there truly is something for everyone in Singapore


Travelling in Singapore

Bus travel is the best way to get across land. If you are interested in island hopping then there are regular domestic ferries travelling between the major inhabited islands. Unfortunately these are not currently available to book with AFerry, however you can buy tickets on the day.


Things to see in Indonesia

With much of Indonesia left untouched, it presents an opportunity to dive far into the past.

Indonesia is home to endangered animals such as the Sumatran Orangutan and the Komodo Dragon. This gives the country a rich biodiversity that is rare in this age. The preserved landscapes are worth exploring through either hiking or trekking.

Sitting along the equator, you would be right to expect some hot weather. This, and the fact that Indonesia is surronded by the Pacific Ocean, makes sea activities extremely popular with locals and tourists alike. Diving, snorkelling and surfing are just a few of the adventures you can have in Indonesia.

Indonesia has two seasons - wet and dry. The dry season is the best time to go for holiday makers, and this falls between May and September. The wet season is best avoided as on some islands the rain can fall non-stop for days, causing problems for transport.

AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Indonesia with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!