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Indonesia boasts a massive 17,000 islands and promotes itself as “the ultimate in diversity.” Indonesia is known as Asia’s “sleeping giant” despite its incredible natural beauty, delectable cuisine, and famous islands.
Dense populations, cutting-edge technology, and frenzied building industry all coexist in the dynamic metropolitan environments of Indonesia. However, the majority of the archipelago’s landmass consists of agricultural areas populated by pleasant villages, picturesque temples, and quiet, modest people.
Besides the southern part of Borneo, the primary islands of interest are Bali, Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi.
The island of Bali will be the first that you think of. Though tiny, it has a wealth of tourist attractions, including beautiful beaches, rice fields, beautiful temples, and sleepy little towns. The island’s interior, whether it is the active, smoking volcano at Kintamani or the resort town of Ubud located on mountain slopes with lovely artisan stores and a calm environment, should be explored.
Lombok, on the island of Sumatra, is yet another popular tourist destination because of its stunning beaches and verdant landscapes dotted with rice farms.
Borobudur, Indonesia’s counterpart to Angkor Wat, is home to Buddhist treasures dating back 1,200 years, while Prambanan, a Hindu temple complex, dates back to the 9th century and is a popular attraction for archaeology fans in Java.
The capital city of Jakarta is well worth a trip. Despite its reputation as a large and polluted metropolis, Hanoi has several fascinating neighborhoods, like the Old Quarter and the outstanding National Museum.
The Komodo Dragons of Komodo Island are the biggest reptiles on Earth, with adults reaching lengths of up to 3 meters (10 feet) on average. Get a close look at them in their element.