10 Best places to visit in Indonesia
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The island is home to 167 active volcanoes far more than any other country and has some of the most extensive remaining tracts of tropical forest anywhere in the world.
Indonesia is both a leisure seeker’s dream and an adventurer’s playground where you’re looking to bronze on beautiful beaches, hike in search of endangered orangutans, or snorkel among some of the most beautiful coral reefs on earth, this country has something for everyone.
Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Indonesia.
10. Raja Ampat Islands
An island cluster on the northwestern tip of Papua new Gunnies, Raja Ampat is one of Indonesia’s most sensational diving destinations.
Raja Ampat means four kings and consists of four large jungle covered island surrounded by turquise lagoons and palm fribged beaches ,as well as thousands of smaller islands.The archipelago is famous for its rich marine life and underwateer coral reefs.
These islands are also home to spectacular beaches, with shallow blue water and fine white sand.
Lagoons provide protection from the wind and a special place to relax in paradise.
Located north of the island of Sulawesi, Bunaken is one of Indonesia’s most famous dive and snorkelling destinations.
And large, the diving spots are geared toward advanced divers with solid swimming skills. the island is part of the Bunaken marine park where you can see more than 70% of all fish species that live in the western pacific ocean.
However, increasing in popularity is snorkelling in the shallower coral reefs closer to the shoreline.
Portuguese for flowers, Flores is undeniably an island of incredible scenic beauty.
The most famous attraction in Flores is the Keli Mutu volcano caldera, which has three lakes fed by volcanic gas that change colour according to the amount of oxidation in the water.
The three coloured lakes are a must-see from the top of the volcano at sunrise.
The north coast has many offshore islands and coral reefs to explore with an exhilarating dive or sn snorkelling trip
TLocated in the lush central highlands of south sulawesi ,Torajaland is a region of rice paddies limestone peaks and bamboo-covered hills
tana Toraja , home to the Toraja , an animist people , has a fasicinating culture that remained largely independent
The toraja are famous for thir massive ponited roof house and their spectacular but gruesome burial rites.
The Toraja are famous for thir massive ponited roof houses and their speacutal but gruesome burial rites.
Afer a person dies , the body iskept for sevral years until the actual burial ceremony takes place ,
which can last for several days the deceased then finally buried in a small cave or in a hollow tree.
6. Lake Toba
Lake Toba on the island of Sumatra is an immense volcanic lake about 100 kilometres long and 30 kilometres wide.
Formed by a gigantic volcanic eruption some 70,000 years ago, it is the largest resurgent caldera on earth.
Samosir island in the middle is the largest island within an island and contains two lakes.
Besides visiting ” a lake on an island” tourists also come here to kick back and swim in the volcanically warmed waters.
5. Mount Bromo
Mount Bromo is an active volcano and part of the Tengger massif, in East Java.
At 2,329 meters it is not the highest peak of the massif, but it is the most well-known.
The area is one of the most visited tourist attractions in java.
The top of the volcano has been blown off and the crater inside constantly belches white smoke.
sea of sand of fine volcanic sand. The overall effect is unsettlingly unearthly.
An increasingly popular alternative to overly commercial Bali, Lombok and its offshore coral-ringed Gili islands are tropical paradises.
Here, you can enjoy all the appeal of Bali before tourism took over – surfing hotspots.
Uncrowded beaches and magical waterfalls tucked within steamy jungles.
Backpacks head o Lombok in search of adventure. This is likely because its volcano-topped jungle provides for a great trek surrounded by unforgettable scenery.
if you’re planning on hiking the Rinjani volcano and its photogenic crater take, make sure you’re fit and have booked with a reputable guide -it’s by no means a walk in the park.
3.Komodo National park
Located near Flores, Komodo national park is famous for one thing and one thing only its reptilian namesake, the komodo dragon.
Spread across three main islands, the park provides a sanctuary for this strange-looking creature reminiscent of the dinosaurs.
it’s the largest living lizard on the planet and can reach a mighty three meters in length.
The reptiles roam freely over the islands and visitors rely on experienced tour guides for sighting and to keep them safe.
But you’ll also spot wild horses, water buffalo and long-tailed macaques here.
offshore, the park encompasses some of the richest marine habitats in the world, with a kaleidoscope of sponges, crustaceans and bony fishes.
Yogyakarta is a bustling town of some 500,000 people and the most popular tourist destination on java, due to its proximity to the famous temples of Borobudur and Prambanan.
The city itself is the centre of education and culture, particularly for Javanese fine arts, and has w wide range of tourist facilities.
earthquakes and volcano eruptions is Yogyakarta lies in one of the most seismically active parts of java and has thus repeatedly been struck
In 2006 an earthquake flattened over 300,000 houses while in 2010 the nearby volcano of mount Merapi erupted, spewing lava over nearby villages.
One of the most visited and dreamed-of destinations on the modern traveller’s bucket list, Bali is a kaleidoscope of beautiful beaches, volcanic hills, lush rice paddies, and thousands upon thousands of Balinese temples.
It’s celebrated for its laidback atmosphere that’s attached backpackers, surfers, and yogis for years, who have come searching for their
Zen in this tropical paradise.
nichknamed the island of the god ,bali is deeply rooted in the spirtual with endless nicknamed is island of the gods .
Hindu temples boast colourfully architecture all of their own – particularly in Ubud, Bali’s spiritual capital.
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