Eat, pray, love

When most people visit Indonesia they head straight for the high energy Bali. With P&O cruises we take you on the road less travelled.

Indonesian island hop with us and you’ll visit beautiful islands that are reminiscent of the Jurassic era. Peer into the belly of a smoking abyss when you stand on the edge of an active volcano crater in Java. Discover ancient Komodo Dragons and exotic plant life at the UNESO World Heritage Site, Komodo Island. Zen out and take a tour through Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monument in the world. Eat, pray and love your way through Indonesia to find ancient temples, stretching rice paddies, amazing street food and lovely locals. And to top it all off, Indonesia has year-round warm temperatures, beautiful beaches and sparkling blue waters. Perfection.

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When you embark on a holiday with P&O Cruises you enter another world. A world inspired by the freedom of the open sea. A world where ‘normal’ is what you make it. It is a world you enter the moment the ship leaves Earth and launches off on your adventure. A world where you are free to have your holiday any way that you choose. Start dinner with dessert. Wake up at the crack of midday. Discover strange new worlds.

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Visiting Ports

Benoa, Bali

Being nearby, affordable and sun drenched all year round, Bali has long been favourite holiday destination for Aussies. Beyond its beaches and the resorts this is a place that embodies the essence of the Eastern world. READ MORE


The word ‘epic’ gets thrown around regularly these days, but it’s amazingly appropriate when used to describe this sprawling city. History and atmosphere, culinary offerings and culture, there is a not a holiday craving Jakarta leaves unsatisfied. READ MORE

Komodo Island

Komodo Island is home to Komodo National Park, where Komodo dragons reign supreme and visitors are granted an unforgettable glimpse in to the world of nature, marine biodiversity and preservation. READ MORE


Lombok is a key component of the West Nusa Tenggara Barat province and its indigenous Sasak people are Muslim. the culture and language is rich and unique, and animist beliefs still hold strong. READ MORE


Sure, it might seem difficult to pronounce, but it is certainly not a difficult place to find yourself for the day. From historic Buddhist temples and quaint local towns, to towering volcanic peaks in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, there is so much more to see and do. READ MORE

Palau Weh, Sabang

Like many destinations around Asia, Sabang is home to world-class beaches and diving spots. From this port you’ll be able to explore the nearby city of Banda Aceh and its Tsunami Museum and Memorial. READ MORE


Welcome to Semarang, your gateway to central java, hilly residential and plantation areas, the world heritage site of Borobudur and of course - a day of java’s contrasts, colour and culture. READ MORE

Makassar, Ujung Pandang

Like much of Asia, Makassar is a melting pot of cultures, sights, sounds, smells and flavours. Take a stroll along the mid-city waterfront, or experience an historic and impressive reminder of the city’s Dutch colonial history. READ MORE

Cruises To Indonesia