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Things to do in Indonesia

Known all over the world for its beaches, jungles and volcanic mountains, the country is home to hundreds of ethnic groups speaking different languages. With museums, delectable cuisines, an economy to be reckoned with, and an infrastructure which leaves nothing to be desired, the place will not disappoint you. The place is ideal for adventure seekers, promising memorable experiences and adventures to those who seek them.

Places to Visit in Indonesia

Indonesia, also officially known as the Republic of Indonesia, is an autonomous island country which is located in Oceania and South East Asia. Having more than fourteen thousand islands in total, it is the country with the most number of islands in the world. Indonesia has a rich history that dates back to more than 35,000 years and several religious and political rulers have ruled the country in different eras. Spread over an area of 1,919,440 sq km, Indonesia shares its land border with Papua New Guinea, Malaysian Borneo, and East Timor. Singapore, Australia, the Philippines and the Nicobar and Andaman islands also share a border with Indonesia. The main cities of Indonesia include Jakarta (which is also a capital of the country), Surabaya, Bandung, Tangerang, Palembang, South Tangerand, and Makassar. You can reach the country by travelling via air, as the country is connected to the rest of the world through flights. The Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International Airport and the Denpasar Airport in Bali are two major airports in the country connecting it to the rest of the world. People also come to Indonesia from neighboring counties via the Entikong – Tebedu crossing. Indonesia has a tropical climate and has two distinct dry and monsoonal wet seasons. The average temperature range in Jakarta ranges from 26–30 °C. Humidity is high in Indonesia, usually lying close to 80%. Annual rainfall varies from island to island and the mountainous regions like West Java, Sumatra, Papua, and Kalimantan receive the highest rainfall. Indonesia has emerged as a major tourist attraction during the past decade. Cultural and natural components both contribute to tourism in Indonesia. Indonesia is a diverse country when it comes to tropical weather, beautiful islands, diverse topography, and a rich culture. There are a number of places to visit in Indonesia, all of which are an amalgamation of the rich cultural heritage, beautiful colonial architecture, and urban entertainment. Indonesia is home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The places to visit in Indonesia include but are not limited to Ujung Kulon National Park, Lorentz National Park, Jakarta Old Town, Komodo National Park, and Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra, , Semarang Old Town, , Bali and the Muara Takus Compound Site. The urban life of Indonesia offers modern amusement parks, spas, and resort and nightlife activities. The beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park and Ancol Dreamland are famous among tourists. The places to visit in Indonesia attract a lot of tourism each year.

Indonesia’s Tourist Attractions

Indonesia has become a popular tourist spot within the last couple of decades. Tourism in Indonesia caters to travelers with all sorts of interests and budgets. Indonesia’s tourist attractions are extremely diverse and consist of places like national parks, historical attractions, and modern cities with beach resorts; nightlife and pristine islands. You can begin your trip by visiting the komodo National Park, declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. The National Park is located in the border region between the provinces of West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. The park is home to three islands, Rinca, Padar and Komodo along with 26 smaller ones. Spread across an area of 1,733 sq km, the National Park was materialized in 1980, basically to protect the endangered Komodo dragon, the largest lizard in the world. You can also visit the Bunaken National Marine Park where you can get to see amazing marine life and can indulge in activities like scuba diving, which is in itself and amazing and an inexpensive experience. If you are interested in the history of Indonesia, you should definitely dedicate a day to visiting the colonial architectural heritage the country is rich in. You will find a number of colonial sites, museums, forts, churches align with some colonial heritage hotels. Urban cities are also an important part of Indonesia’s tourist attractions. Urban tourism in Indonesia include but is not limited to sightseeing in major cities, shopping, modern amusement parks, spas, resorts and nightlife. You will find theme parks and water parks, based on the theme of Disneyland that is second to none when it comes to providing quality entertainment. Jakarta, the capital city, is the shopping hub of the country where you will find various modern shopping malls, as well as, traditional markets. The Jakarta Great Sale is held each year in June and July to mark the anniversary of Jakarta where you can shop till you drop. Nature lovers can always travel to forests in Kalimantan and Sumatra which are famous Indonesia’s tourist attractions. You will get to see well preserved natural ecosystem. Rainforests are also abundant. With the largest share of islands in the world, you can visit one of the pristine islands of Indonesia and explore the natural beauty they have to offer. Raja Ampat Islands are one of the world’s highly rich islands with marine biodiversity.

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