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Wonderful Indonesia Launches Competition To Win Trip Of A Lifetime To Bali

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Indonesia’s national tourism board, Wonderful Indonesia, has launched an incredible social media competition that will give three lucky winners the trip of a lifetime to Bali.

The concept of the competition is getting international travelers to dream about the Island of the Gods.

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The premise of the competition launched by Wonderful Indonesia is incredibly simple. Wonderful Indonesia wants to hear all about travelers’ Indonesia Travel Wishlists.

Whether dreaming of a romantic retreat in Bali, an action-packed adventure in the jungles of Sumatra, or an actual deep dive into the incredible marine life of Raja Ampat, Wonderful Indonesia wants to hear all about their follower’s dreams to visit the country. 

So, what do you have to do to enter the competition? Wonderful Indonesia’s Instagram account is full of inspiriting travel content from all around the country, much of which has been created by travel influencers and content creators.

Now, Wonderful Indonesia is calling on its followers to share their favorite travel moments from the content the account has shared so far.

All competition entrants have to do to win a fully paid five-day vacation in Bali is share a post featuring their Indonesian Wishlist on Instagram, use the hashtag #IndonesiaWishlist and #WonderfulJourney – entrants must also follow and tag @WonderfulIndonesia too. 

If the Indonesian destination of your dreams has not yet been featured by Wonderful Indonesia, then panic not.

Competition entrants are also encouraged to do a bit of research and dreaming and share a post featuring travel content or even stock images and videos of the places they want to visit in Indonesia, entering the competition in the same way. 

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The competition is also open to people who have visited Indonesia and specifically Bali before and those still dreaming of touching down on the island.

This is the perfect competition for travelers who have already explored Indonesia before and are itching to get back.

Wonderful Indonesia wants to see tourists’ best travel memories to be in with a chance of winning the competition too.

For those entering the competition using their own content, there is another incentive to enter. The winner will not only win the fully paid trip to Bali but also have their content shared by Wonderful Indonesia.

The official account for the Indonesian tourism board has nearly one million followers. 

Wonderful Indonesia’s competition guidelines are as follows: 

  1. Share a video or photo of your Indonesia wishlist on your feed
  2. Tag @WonderfulIndonesia in your post and follow @WonderfulIndonesia
  3. Use #IndonesiaWishlist #WonderfulJourney in your captions
  4. Posting period closes 5th August 2023
  5. Winner Announcement 9th August 2023 via Instagram story announcement and Direct Message
  6. You agree to be featured on our @wonderfulindonesia content
  7. Traveling period is 18-22 August 2023
  8. Open for all nationalities
  9. Accounts cannot be private

Exciting times indeed! Wonderful Indonesia is a great source of inspiration for travel ideas, that’s really what the account is there for, but the tourism board also uses its social media channels to share useful tips and tricks for travelers heading to the country. 


Officials in Bali have been working to promote high-quality tourism on the island. Recently Wonderful Indonesia shared its top tips for savvy travelers heading to Bali.

These tips included ways to keep safe during a visit to the Island of the Gods as well as some useful pointers to help tourists really immerse into the unique culture and way of life on the island. 


As Bali makes the shift towards more high-quality tourism, the island will also be promoting more sustainable and culture-based tourism.

Wonderful Indonesia has some top tips to make sure tourists make the most of their time in the unique Balinese culture. 

The tourism board encourages tourists to visit Bali’s embrace the culture with respect.

In alignment with Governor Koster’s new do’s and don’ts for tourists, Wonderful Indonesia reminds visitors to “Keep an eye out for sacred areas, such as temples, trees, and mountains, which are often marked by offerings.”


Wonderful Indonesia has also said that tourists must “Dress modestly while visiting temples or attending cultural events. A sarong and shoulder covering are essential wardrobe items for showing respect.”

The full list of do’s and don’ts are available to scan and read via a QR code upon arrival at Bali Airport. 

*** The Bali Sun has no affiliation nor partnership with Wonderful Indonesia or the competition.

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Monday 17th of July 2023

Hey Gov, Why do the men in the villages keep cutting down sacred trees and selling the wood? It's disgusting.


Friday 14th of July 2023

Wish #1, get rid of the governor. #2, fix the streets and traffic problems. #3 eliminate crime on the streets, #4 deport all Russians, #5 take away all of the motor vehicles with loud exhaust from their owners, #6 many other things which would take too long to enumerate.


Monday 17th of July 2023


Sounds good. Russians and Balinese are a very toxic mix.

J West

Thursday 13th of July 2023

I first visited Bali in ‘75, that was wonderful. Mass tourism hasn’t improved things at all. More tourism is only making it worse. A slick steamy influencer won’t change that. My dream would be to fire up a time machine and get back to the Bali that was. This one……’ meh’. .


Monday 17th of July 2023

@C, how old are you?


Sunday 16th of July 2023


I honestly don't understand my generation. It's like I'm the only real human.


Saturday 15th of July 2023

@C, I am so happy that a young person like you write: "toxic superficial people glued to their smartphones all day every day." Bunch of disgusting narcissists is what they are.


Friday 14th of July 2023

@J West, keep dreaming!

Wayan Bo

Friday 14th of July 2023

@J West, we need the Time Machine to travel back.


Thursday 13th of July 2023

My Indonesian wish-list:

To visit a beach club in Changgu in order to watch a bunch of narcissists taking selfies and staring at their phones.


Saturday 15th of July 2023

@Alfred, Good for you.


Friday 14th of July 2023


From your repeteive comments using one word beginning with N, we all must ascertain you are not a very intelligent person.

Wayan Bo

Thursday 13th of July 2023

To short, especially for those from far countries.