Indonesia is composed of many islands that display cultural and landscape diversity, located off the coast of mainland Southeast Asia in the Indian and Pacific oceans. With nearly 13,500 islands under its jurisdiction, Indonesia offers an adventure for everyone, from exploring ancient temples and hiking active volcanoes to diving in exotic, pristine waters. This country’s history and natural beauty will leave no visitor uncharmed. Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world after China, India and the USA, having the largest Muslim population in the world. It includes over 100 active volcanoes.read more
Bali is what comes to mind of most travelers when they hear about Indonesia. Famous for its amazing beaches, Bali is one of the top touristic destinations in the word. Kuta is the best-known beach and is excellent for those who like to combine sun, surfing, and socializing.
The Gili Islands have gained popularity in recent years. These picturesque islands offer beaches that rival those of Bali in their beauty, as well as opportunities for diving and even snorkeling at a turtle sanctuary.
Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali, and also where the Sacred Monkey Forest is found.
First of all, soak your feet in the soft sand of the dreamy beaches of Bali and enjoy warm, exotic waters in some of the most renowned beaches of the globe.
The ancient temple of Borobudur is one of the most famous and culturally significant landmarks in Indonesia, dating back to the 8th century, in the shape of a traditional Buddhist mandala. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is considered one of the greatest Buddhist sites in the world.
Take a trip back in time, with a visit to Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi Province, where you can admire the unique architectural style of Tongkonan, boat-shaped houses. Volcanos are a major ingredient of this land with the two most famous being that of Krakatau and that of Gunung Rinjani. Also, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most important temples in Bali built on a rock formation in the sea and definitely a must see.
Borneo could be another stop as it is a great place to visit the beautiful and endangered creatures called orangutans and it will surely be fun for the whole family. It is home to orangutans, exotic birds, Sumatran rhinos, pygmy elephants, and a plethora of other creatures. In Kalimantan, in Indonesian Borneo, you can travel down the Kapuas River, which is the longest in Indonesia and visit the nearby traditional villages.
Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, comprises five main islands and is home to the mythical Komodo dragon-like creature, definitely a fun experience for everyone to enjoy.
In The Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud, you'll see many long-tailed macaques and get to observe their way of living.
Do not skip a visit to Lake Toba, a miraculous place which combines the water element with the volcanic landscape, including a lake, within a crater.
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The ancient Temple Of Borobudur is believed to be built by the Sailendra Dynasty in the 8th or 9th century…