Isle East Indies - Pulau Kaliage Kecil, is part of a select group of prestigious private islands for rent globally. This hidden gem lies within the pristine group of Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) in the Java Sea near to Jakarta. Approximately one hectare in size, with two pristine white sand beaches, Isle East Indies reachable via a leisurely cruise vintage motor sailing yacht the "Raden Mas".
As a totally private island you have the luxury of the entire island paradise awaiting you. The island accommodates a maximum of 8 adults with four houses dotted around the island, enhancing the feeling of absolute privacy and tranquility. The main antique Joglo houses a large living and dining pavilion, two master suites and two bathrooms. The Malay style guesthouse includes a master suite with an adjacent bathroom and the Balinese Lumbung has a double bed and separate toilet and shower area. There is a fantastic standalone pavilion to convene at for dinner and drinks. With a discerning butler service and a private Chef, at Isle East Indies all decision regarding cuisine are removed. A new menu is created daily to perfectly suit your tastes while the freshest tropical ingredients of the Archipelago create a fusion of Eastern and Western dishes to tantalize the taste buds.
Whether you're aim to unwind and relax back with a good book or you'd like to explore your surroundings, Isle East Indies has something to fascinate to everyone. Water activities include waterskiing for those who love for an adrenaline kick, kayaking to enjoy the scenery and visiting the neighboring islands, snorkeling to explore the island's underwater paradise, or fishing to while away the morning and bring back the lunch too!
With a minimum three-day stays, whether it's a destination wedding, dream honeymoon or getaway family vacation, Isle East Indies is the ultimate refined retreat in Indonesia for those wishing to step back from reality into their own private fantasy island..
First steps onto Isle East Indies reveal a magnificent century old Javanese wooden Joglo house. This ornately hand carved open timber building was created in Central Java and was disassembled piece by piece before being transported to the island where craftsmen restored it to its former glory less than twenty meters from the water's edge. Today the Joglo house serves as the main living area and is also home to two master suites and two bathrooms. The large open atrium has two bedroom suites that are separated from the living area via Dutch colonial screens and Venetian blinds. Perpetual sea breezes whisp through the Joglo making it the perfect spot in which to relax with a book and enjoy turquoise sea views.
Joglo Suite 1: Sentong Wetan
This bedroom includes a beautifully carved antique four-poster bed, adorned with Egyptian cotton sheets and Indonesian hand woven covers. The bed is draped with mosquito nets. Wardrobe and side tables rest either side of the bed. Colonial style louver doors create shade and night and open out in the day to create the feel of luxurious camping
Joglo Suite 2: Sentong Kulon
This bedroom lies opposite Setong Wetan with an identical layout. Saloon doors and a hallway to the bathrooms separate the two suites. Shuttered windows offer both a colonial appearance and an indoor-outdoor feel of luxurious camping.
A semi open hallway leads down to two antique style bathrooms. Century old enamel washbasins, originating from the Old Dutch Planters Club in Surabaya, now rest upon cast iron stands in the bathrooms. Original taps and showerheads deliver silky soft purified water from the islands desalination plant. The floors are set with antique Javanese floor tiles. High ceilings and open bamboo grills allow for light and ventilation.
The Malay Guest House
This beautiful Malay style guesthouse sits directly beachfront, overlooking spectacular sunrises. What better way to begin the day than relaxing in a plantation chair on the veranda, watching the pastel colors of the gradually brightening sky, reflected on the shimmering sea and the glistening shoreline.
This elegant teak structure, raised on short stilts houses two beautiful antique four-poster queen sized beds occupy the bedroom suite, canopied by mosquito nets. Side Tables, comfortable plantation chairs and sun loungers outdoors complete this perfect little hideaway spot. Louvre windows open out quiet views of the pandanas and casuarinas pines.
On the east shore, a leisurely three-minute walk from the main house, the Balinese Lumbung is hidden within the tropical jungle garden. Originally designed to store cultivated rice, this Lumbung serves as a bedroom, perfect for older children and teenagers. Reminiscent of a tree house and accessed by a ladder, the Lumbung houses a double bed on its floor, petite chests serving as side tables and an overhead fan. All you require for a perfect short stay! A separate toilet and outdoor shower are outside the building. The Lumbung is three meters off the ground on a raised platform and offers a stunning ocean vista and fresh sea breezes.
Once you arrive at Isle East Indies, all decisions regarding cuisine are removed. A new menu is created daily to perfectly suit your tastes. You can expect the most succulent dishes prepared using the freshest tropical ingredients of the Archipelago. We offer a fusion of Eastern and Western dishes to tantalize all taste buds. Sip from a fresh young coconut and enjoy tropical fruit salad breakfast platters. Watch our fishermen arrive onshore with freshly caught fresh to be prepared for lunch and enjoy a beach barbeque as the majestic sun sets against the Java sea.
Special children's menu's can also be provided with prior notification.
There are several breathtaking spots around Isle East Indies to enjoy fresh island delights. The Bale is a cozy standalone pavilion with cushioned daybeds and traditional serving trays, a place to enjoy meals in relaxed comfort, while listening to the waves lapping against the shoreline. Guests gravitate to this area to enjoy the food sharing banquets prepared by Isle East Indies culinary team. Fresh catch of the day, accompanied by a medley of vegetables served on a bed of organic rice or mouthwatering barbeques at sunset. When the chef sounds an old ship's bell dinner is served.
If you would prefer a romantic interlude, a table for two at Sunset Point on the beach is guaranteed to alight the romantic in you. Proposals have been made there (and accepted)!
For those who want to venture offshore, there are lots of water activities on offer. We provide snorkeling equipment for those who want to explore the island's underwater paradise. Kayaks are a great way to enjoy the scenery and visit neighboring islands too. If you're looking for an adrenaline kick then jump into a pair of water ski's and let the captain jet you across the strait or don some scuba gear and explore the reef below. Fishing is also a perfect way to while away the morning and bring back lunch too.
Another perfect way to enjoy the day is onboard The Raden Mas, exploring the surrounding islands, stopping off for another island picnic on shore and admiring
Island Tours onboard Raden Mas
- Return car transfer from Jakarta airport to Ancol Marina
- Return transfer onboard 'The Raden Mas'
- Your exclusive accommodation on Isle East Indies
- All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and drinks (excluding juices, soda and alcoholic beverages)
- Isle East Indies team of staff including Island Manager, Private Chef, Activities Organizer and Butlers
- Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and juices (preferred alcohol can be pre-ordered - at additional charges)
- Additional tours onboard The Raden Mas (at additional charges)
- Watersports equipment: water skis, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, children's boogie boards, water socks
- One semi inflatable boat for fishing and short trips
- Fishing equipment
- Board games, I-Pod with docking station, books and magazines
- 1 x half day tour of islands onboard The Raden Mas
- Use of 'The Raden Mas' for barbeques (stationary)
- Self-contained Electric Powered Generator
- Sofa beds (additional charges apply)
Isle East Indies is set amidst Indonesia's Thousand Islands (Pulau Seribu), a collection of stunning tropical islands in the Java Sea near to Jakarta. Despite it's name, The Thousand Islands comprise approximately 130 small islands surrounded by a National Marine Park and hundreds of coral reefs!
Approximately forty miles offshore, Isle East Indies is reachable via a leisurely cruise onboard our vintage motor sailing yacht the 'Raden Mas'. Speedboat transfers are also available for those who prefer the air, excitement and a speedy journey.
The East Indies experience begins at Jakarta's Ancol Marina Harbour, where guests board our 60ft vintage motor sailing yacht the 'Raden Mas'. The vessel originated from the English town of Cowes on the Isle of Wight, an area synonymous with boat building. Commissioned over 40 years ago by a British aristocrat, she has been immaculately maintained, with timber decks, brass fittings and four cabins characterized by varnished wooden bulk heads and old world charm. In keeping with her aristocratic roots, when she arrived in Indonesia she was renamed 'Raden Mas' a Javanese Nobleman's title.
The journey takes approximately four hours during which drinks and light refreshments are served onboard. After a light meal guests tend to gravitate towards the shaded deck and laze on oversized cushions often spotting dolphins cavorting alongside the bow and enjoying the magical scenery of a number of tiny islands and traditional sailboats.
The following additional costs apply, please speak to a Travel Advisor for more details.
15.5% Tax (not included in rates)
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