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Kepulauan Seribu Regency, Jakarta

There's no need to fly across the country to escape Jakarta's overwhelming traffic and chaotic pace — just head north to the idyllic Thousand Islands. Filled with white sandy beaches and clear waters, these islands are the perfect weekend getaway destination. Despite the name, the Thousand Islands consist of only hundreds of islands and not all of them are inhabitable or open for public. Tidung Island, Pramuka Island, and Bidadari Island are some of the most popular destinations for diving, snorkeling, canoeing, windsurfing, or simply cycling around the island. Developed in the 1950s as a holiday retreat for Indonesia's first president, Soekarno, the lovely Ayer Island offers floating cottages inspired by the Maldives. For a truly luxurious treat, book yourself a stay at one of the area's gorgeous private islands, such as Macan Island. No matter which island you visit, don't miss out on the area's most famous culinary offering — fresh, succulent seafood.

Top Things to Do Around Kepulauan Seribu Regency

Harapan Island at Thousand Islands Tour - 2D1N
Kepulauan Seribu Utara
Get ready for an unforgettable island adventure with your friends and family around Jakarta’s Thousand Islands! Hop on a boat and explore Harapan Island’s surroundings, such as Perak Island, Gosong Perak Island, and Dolphin Island. Then, dive into the clear blue waters of Putri Island and Macan Gundul Island to immerse yourself in the underwater paradise.<br /><br />After witnessing a breathtaking sunset on Bulat Island, spend a warm night under the stars in Harapan Island, where you will wake up to a stunning sunrise view to begin your day. Stop by a turtle conservation before heading back to observe the adorable animals from up close. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures to cherish your moments forever!Let's go snorkeling and explore an underwater paradise!Cotton candy skies as the sun begins to set, a sight for sore eyes indeed!A lush mangrove forest at the turtle conservation
₱ 1,338.66
₱ 1,231.56

3 Island Hopping at Thousand Islands - 1-Day Tour
Kepulauan Seribu Utara
Exploring three islands in one day is not impossible! This tour will take you to three beautiful tropical islands located closest to the Jakarta Bay, Kelor Island, Onrust Island, and Cipir Island. During the colonial era, these islands were once occupied by the Dutch, the remains of which can still be seen to this day. Kelor Island has a Dutch ship dock and a fortress dating back to the 17th century, as well as the final resting place of the Zeven Provinciën ship crew. Onrust Island was used as a historical Dutch soldier headquarters. You can still see a fortress and a historical ship dock. Cipir Island also has a Dutch fortress and a beautiful clear spring. For those of you who love history as well as adventure, this is the perfect tour!
₱ 434.16
₱ 373.37

Tidung Island at Thousand Islands Tour - 2D1N
Pulau Tidung
Located not too far from the nation's capital city, Tidung Island is the perfect tropical getaway for those seeking pristine beaches and clear blue waters suitable for snorkelling and fun water activities! From Kali Adem Harbor, get ready to embark on a 2-day and 1-night journey on one of Thousand Islands’ most beautiful gems.<br /><br />Make sure you explore all the island has to offer and discover an underwater paradise in the island's best snorkeling spots on small Tidung Island. If you're not up for snorkeling, don't worry! You can still have the time of your life with fun water sport activities like riding a banana boat or go biking around the island and catch a picturesque sunset view at Tanjung Barat’s Saung!<br />Embark on a tropical adventure in Jakarta''s Thousand IslandsColorful fish and corals await you under the waterThe sky and ocean's perfect blend of calming blue hues make a feast for your eyesShare a beautiful sunrise moment in Jembatan Cinta with your loved ones
₱ 1,266.30
₱ 1,215.64

Exquisite Tours in Kepulauan Seribu Regency

Why We Love It

Pretty great experience. The homestay was clean and the owner was very warm and welcoming. The tour guide also did good job managing the people. It's definitely one not to miss!

Himawan P.
on Explore Harapan Island - 2D1N

The staff was very caring and responsive to our requests, the service was very good, and everything went great. We really enjoyed the tour.

Grzegorz P.
on Pari Island Tour - 2D1N

Such a great experience. Everything really good

Aisah A.
on Harapan Island at Thousand Islands Tour - 2D1N

My first exploration to onrust, cipir, and kelor island was so fun. This short trip is not only a away escape from crowdedness but also an experienced archeological. Guides was so helpful and friendly. I will love to be back and join another trip with kilikili adventure.

Utari D. U.
on 3 Island Hopping at Thousand Islands - 1-Day Tour

Was great spending weekend in tidung islands. Great guide, great view and quiet cheap for the trip. Even though im little confuse like everybody else cause need to find our boat without assistance from the guide. That needs to upgrade guys. Well i cant said that complain. Hope to see good side when i come again next time!

Henny N.
on Tidung Island at Thousand Islands Tour - 2D1N

More about Kepulauan Seribu Regency

About Pulau Seribu

Popular as a tourist destination since the 1950s, Pulau Seribu (Thousand Islands) offers diverse tourist attractions that keep growing. To get there, head to Jakarta and take a speed boat from Ancol to arrive at the beautiful islands of Pulau Seribu. Pulau Seribu was one of the districts in North Jakarta. Pulau Pramuka has been the capital of the regency since 2003, and the area covers two districts, namely Pulau Seribu Utara and Pulau Seribu Selatan. Among hundreds of islands within Pulau Seribu, only 11 small islands are inhabited and a number of islands are popular tourist destinations. Pulau Seribu community make a living from fisheries and tourism sectors. Here you’ll find Kepulauan Seribu Sea National Park covering an area of 107,489 hectares, promising water tourism in the region. The islands within the scope of the national park are ideal places for snorkeling or diving. Among these islands, Pulau Rambut has become a wildlife sanctuary, and Pulau Onrust is classified as a heritage site. The many attractions and interesting places in Pulau Seribu come with a wide option of accommodation. From fancy resorts to comfortable homestays, you can choose one that best suits your budget and itinerary.

Top things to do in Pulau Seribu

Pulau Seribu tourism is a paradise for sea lovers, located just a few hours from the heart of Jakarta. Here are some top things to do in Pulau Seribu

Pulau Harapan 

Pulau Harapan is popular for snorkeling and diving. Enjoy the fresh air, the clear water, and the beauty of marine life. Once you’re done, continue island hopping to Pulau Bira Besar, Pulau Perak and Pulau Bulat to enjoy the beautiful sunset view.

Pulau Tidung 

Love Bridge is an icon of Pulau Tidung that you’ve got to see. The 700-meter bridge connects Pulau Tidung Besar and Pulau Tidung Kecil. While you’re here, spend the night in a cottage with a sea view. Mingle with the locals, have fun riding banana boat, explore the area with a bike, or go snorkel and see the underwater beauty.

Island hopping (Pulau Kelor, Pulau Onrust, and Pulau Cipir)

If you only have one day to spend in Pulau Seribu, it’s best to do island hopping to Pulau Kelor, Pulau Onrust and Pulau Cipir. Hunt photos of historical buildings, enjoy the clean sandy beaches, and find numerous relics of the Dutch colonial era such as the ruins of forts and docks.

Pulau Dolphin 

Want to visit uninhabited islands? Head to Pulau Dolphin. Camping on the beautiful beach and snorkeling in clear sea waters are must-do’s! If you're lucky, you’ll find turtles or clownfish hiding behind coral reefs.

Pulau Bidadari 

Pulau Bidadari (Angel Island) has been one of the most famous destinations in Pulau Seribu. The island has floating cottages, about 20 minutes from Marina Ancol. Interested in exploring the island? It takes only about 90 minutes to explore the island. You will find the ruins of a Dutch fort called Martello Tower. From here, you can also head to Pulau Kahyangan/Pulau Cipir and Pulau Onrust.

Pulau Sepa 

Pulau Sepa is lauded as "Little Bali" because of the resemblance in terms of beauty. Pulau Sepa is the best place to learn to dive. The waters serve as a training site and diving test for novice divers to obtain an Open Water certificate from the Professional Association of Diving Instructors or PADI. Since the island is quite far, however, it’s best to book a tour package to explore Pulau Sepa with ease.

Top culinary in Pulau Seribu

Exploring the many tourist attractions in Pulau Seribu can be tiring. You’re going to need some time to rest and simply enjoy the gentle breeze and beautiful view. And what is the best way to recharge other than delicious meals? Here are some recommended places that serve the best cuisines in Pulau Seribu

Jukung Seafood 

Located on the western part of Pulau Tidung, Jukung Seafood serves a variety of seafood dishes. The most popular menu is a wide choice of grilled seafood seasoned with local spices. Nothing beats the grilled seafood served with warm rice and spicy chili sauce! The cozy atmosphere, the gentle breeze, and the calming sound of the waves will make you want to stay forever.

Seafood Pak Harun Kelapa Indah

Want to eat in the middle of the sea? Head to Seafood Pak Harun Kelapa Indah in Pulau Kelapa. They serve a variety of delicious seafood and you can choose the fish you want, like snapper, pomfret, baronang (rabbitfish), grouper, or other seafood like lobster, or squid. This restaurant stands on a floating platform, so you can dine while enjoying the panoramic sea view.

Jembatan Cinta Pulau Tidung Culinary Center

Located on Jalan Pantai Selatan RT 07 RW 02, Jembatan Cinta Pulau Tidung Culinary Center is a great place to dine and relax. Seafood dishes are clearly a favorite. But they also serve snacks, such as otak-otak (grilled fish cake), kerupuk cue (a dish made of a mix of sago and fish), and keripik sukun (breadfruit chips).

Where to stay in Pulau Seribu

Exploring all the beauties of Pulau Seribu would take more than a day, for sure. Thankfully, cottages, resorts, and homestays are easy to find. Here are some recommended budget accommodations

Pari Solata Seaview Homestay

This homestay is an ideal choice if you’re travelling on a budget. Located on Jalan Dermaga Pulau Pari, Pulau Pari, the accommodation provides rooms with a sea view. It’s a good choice for those travelling with family or friends.

Charlie Homestay

Located on Jalan Pantai Selatan, Pulau Tidung, Charlie Homestay offers affordable room rates, and each room can accommodate 4-6 guests. Staying here, your night will be peaceful as you hear the calming sound of waves.

Sera Homestay

Sera Homestay in Pulau Tidung is a great alternative for those doing a trip in small groups. Their rooms have 2-3 double beds, air conditioning, water dispenser, TV and clean bathroom. Besides being close to the pier, Sera Homestay is also close to restaurants and bicycle rentals.

Those are 3 of the many accommodations available in Pulau Seribu. If you are more flexible on the budget, you can stay at a starred hotel which offers complete facilities. Find and book a room, choose a tour package, or simply explore various tourist attractions in Pulau Seribu through Traveloka app.

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