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Indonesia in February/rainy season

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I am planning a trip to Indonesia in February, which I know is the rainy season in most of the country. It seems though, not in some parts, e.g. eastern islands and possibly Sulawesi, however it seems like getting to the remoter spots (e.g. the Banda Islands) may be too time consuming to be realistic. Any advice?
We do want to relax at the beach, and so want to find one where we are less likely to get washed out, but are also definitely going to Borobudur and the temples in Central Java, which are a part of the decision to go to Indonesia in the first place, and are looking for other cultural spots that should not be missed.
Also, my husband would like to find someplace that we can stay that is in the jungle itself, the options I have found thus far don't seem all that enticing, so any suggestions for that would be great.
We are fairly intrepid travelers, but less knowledgeable about travel in Asia so would love any helpful tips, thoughts, advice.

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