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Indonesia is the world’s best adventure; its beauty is as diverse as the people. You can have world-class fun at night and the next day be off the grid in a tropical idyll. We will get you to the heart of Indonesia, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice. Indonesia is a stunning country comprising more than 17,000 unique islands, each with its charm.

Top 10 Places to Visit in Indonesia

  1. Komodo National Park: The Komodo dragon, named after the volcanic islands where over 5,700 of these lizards live, has attracted the interest of researchers studying the complexities of evolution.
  2. Gili Island: The Gili Islands are three small islands Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili off the coast of Lombok, Indonesia. They're famous for their beautiful beaches, clear waters, lively coral reefs, and peaceful ambiance.
  3. Mount Bromo: Kawah Ijen and Bromo are natural wonders. Kawah Ijen offers breathtaking views of the sunrise and nearby volcano crater, while Bromo is an active volcano with restricted areas due to safety concerns.
  4. Bali: Bali is Indonesia's top tourist spot, offering a complete and unique travel experience with breathtaking temples, towering mountains, vibrant nightlife, and rich cultural heritage. Known as the "Island of Gods," it's a must-visit destination for a memorable vacation.
  5. Bandung: Bandung, Indonesia, the "city of flowers," is culturally rich and influenced by Japan and the Netherlands. It's a vibrant place, known for its romantic spots and fashion-forward residents. It's also considered a fashion hub in Indonesia.
  6. Lombok: A region called West Nusa Tenggara comprises Lombok island, east of Bali. It boasts a rich culture, pristine beaches, and stunning landscapes, part of the Lesser Sunda Islands.
  7. Ubud: Ubud is a town in Bali known for its art, spirituality, traditional dances, and crafts. It is surrounded by natural forests, and rice paddies, and has a beautiful environment.
  8. Raja Ampat Island: Indonesia's Raja Ampat archipelago is situated in Papua's western region. It is a well-liked location for snorkelers, divers, and nature lovers due to its breathtaking biodiversity, rich marine life, and beautiful coral reefs.
  9. Bunaken Marine Park: Bunaken Marine Park is a protected area in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Established in 1991, it covers around 890 sq km and is named after Bunaken Island.
  10. Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta, commonly known as Jogja, is a city located on the island of Java in Indonesia. It is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, historical significance, and lively arts scene.