Indonesia is a beautiful country .You must see.
Indonesia is a truly vast country. With an archipelago of some 18,000 islands, a diverse mix of cultures and everything from mouth western cuisine and booming cities to historic temples and prime beaches, this Southeast Asian nation attracts tourists from around the world. However, Indonesia is so much more than miles upon miles of sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters (though that’s certainly enticement enough!) Here are some of the best places to visit in Indonesia, in no particular order.
Experience the exhilarating side of one of the world’s most spectacular islands as you hike, bike and raft your way around Bali with Intrepid.
Enjoying a mixture of adventurous activities, you’ll see the best that Bali (and Lombok) has to offer. Go white water rafting outside Ubud, stroll through rice paddies and quaint villages en route to Candidasa, and wind your way along the slopes of Mount Agung to the beach. Climb the mythical route to Lempuyang Temple, trek through monkey-filled forest to Mount Rinjani, and snorkel in search of sea turtles in the remote Gili Islands.
You’ll learn all about about Balinese culture too, and get plenty of time to unwind on pristine beaches in Amed and Gili Air. This Bali and Lombok adventure strikes the perfect balance.
Rice is the staple food of Indonesia and no main course ever lacks a serving of hot steaming rice. The Indonesians are also known for their love of spices and sauces that often accompany the main dish or the street side snacks. If you are looking to enjoy Indonesian cuisine here are some possible places to rouse your taste buds.
Indonesia, a Southeast Asian nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands, is home to hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many different languages. It’s known for beaches, volcanoes, Komodo dragons and jungles sheltering elephants, orangutans and tigers. On the island of Java lies Indonesia’s vibrant, sprawling capital, Jakarta, and the city of Yogyakarta, known for gamelan music and traditional puppetry.
It’s easy enough to do as most tourists visiting Indonesia do — land on Bali and spend your whole time exploring all the volcanic, coastal and cultural wonders the island has to offer. But if you’re keen to see more of the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia’s vast transportation network — planes, trains, automobiles, and all manner of two- and four-wheeled local transport — makes it easy enough to venture around.
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