Indonesia is a vast archipelago in Southeast Asia. The most well-known holiday destinations in the archipelago are Java, Sumatra, Lombok and Bali. Indonesia has a tropical climate and consists mainly of jungle. This means that it is quite hot and humid: the average year temperature is approximately 30 degrees Celsius. Unfortunately, this pleasant climate comes with tropical diseases and a variety of other diseases against which you may not be protected. Vaccinations can protect you. Also, you will need to protect yourself both against the strong sunlight and against mosquito bites – mosquitoes may carry dengue or malaria. Our KLM Health Services nurses will gladly inform you about the required immunisations and vaccines for Indonesia and are happy to tell you how you can healthily travel to the largest island state in the world. Click here to make an appointment (in Dutch) with a nurse.
Indonesia vaccinations: the most common risks
Vaccines can protect you against various (tropical) diseases that are prevalent in Indonesia. Please view our list of the most common risks and diseases in Indonesia and read right away which vaccinations you require for (certain parts of) Indonesia.