Our final vocabulary lesson is all about travelling and vacations. Learn these Indonesian words and you’ll be well prepared on your next journey abroad.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)“.
Travelling & Leisure time
journey / trip [Sg]
journeys / trips [Pl]
Bon voyage! / Have a good trip!
Semoga perjalananmu menyenangkan!
(to) pack bags
(to) reserve / (to) book
map / plan [Sg]
maps / plan [Pl]
city map / town map
trip / excursion [Sg]
trips / excursions [Pl]
(to) tent / (to) camp
(to) bathe / (to) go swimming
(to) fly (e.g. by plane)
port / harbour
Vocabulary trainer: Travelling & Leisure time in Indonesian
How do you say
(to) tent / (to) camp
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