With over 17,000 islands stretching from South East Asia across to Oceania, you’ll be left baffled when it’d come to choose one. The most talked about Bali has also got a good and the bad side to it. You can find a distinct paradise in Raja Ampat, explore some of the world’s most famous temples in Yogyakarta and be amused at a million other things.
According to famous travel bloggers, Raja Ampat and Komodo stand apart because of it’s sheer natural beauty, scuba diving, and wildlife.
Now let’s get into the top attractions of Indonesia:
1. Cultural Hub of Ubud, Bali
Ubud is a site of vegan cafes, yoga retreats, and lush green rice paddies. If you would like to slow down, a few days in the cultural part Ubud is surely going to win your heart. Don’t forget to visit the famous water temples, spectating traditional dance and explore the famous Monkey forest before taking in the lush green landscape.
2. Mount Bromo, Java
It’s deemed to be an amazing spot in Java to catch the sunrise. Mount Bromo, with its dense smoke and surrounded by mist is now one of the most popular volcanoes to visit in Indonesia.
3. Ijen Blue Fire Lake, Java
The Ijen sulphur mines are known to be a dangerous workplace for the staff who's quite underpaid but now, it has become a popular tourist attraction because of ‘blue fire’ that is emitted from the lake at night.
4. Bali’s Hidden Beaches
Whilst most of the people would like to hold on to the long sands of Seminyak and Kuta, Bali has some incredible, and empty beaches just waiting to be discovered and explored.
5. Scuba Diving in Batu Batong
Labuan Bajo, along with its manta rays, dolphins and an unbelievable underwater world is one perfect place to scuba dive or snorkel. The HMS Victory wreck in Bali is another popular dive site.
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