With a population of over 124 million, it is the most populous island in the world its capital is Jakarta the largest city in Indonesia. There are two weather seasons on Java; wet and dry.
No visit to Java could be complete without a visit to the historic Borobudur Temple. The temple marks the conclusion of the Buddhist pilgrimage to celebrate Vesak and makes it one of Indonesia’s most visited tourist attraction. The temple is impeccably maintained and easily accessible and provides visitors with unique scenic views and vistas.
Jakarta, the capital of the island, provides a number of luxury shops, restaurants and bars for guests to enjoy the city's bustling city culture. For more adventurous travellers West Java provides a more authentic and natural Java experience as its environment is comprises volcanic panoramas and valleys.
Java has a tropical climate throughout the year and so the weather seasons should be considered before planning your visit. The wet season is from October to April, while the warmer seasons are from May to September. Should you wish to explore the interior of the island more thoroughly then the drier months of April to October are best to consider.