Indonesia is the vest nation – as one of the most populated countries in the world that includes 17000 islands and the rocks as they break down because of they occur from the shining waters where the Indian Ocean will meet with the South China Sea. So, Indonesia is the amazing country which has the beautiful traditions. There are some places to go in Indonesia.
Gili islands are the perfect islands with the beautiful scene that covers their way out between Bali and Lombok in the center of Nusa Tenggara archipelago. Gili was often called as the most tropical destination on the planet. There are two smaller islands, Gili Meno and Gili Air. these islands were remote and laid-back – beautiful places where you can hide in the bamboo ecolodge and mangroves was extended into the sand. Then the biggest island is Gili Trawangan is a livelier destination.
Bali is a very famous destination that no need to introduce again. Bali has long become the favorite destination among travelers who want to taste the mystical east. You are able to visit Ubud which been covered by forest in the heart of regency – this is the best place to see the cascading rice paddies or you can go to the north to see the volcanoes of Mount Kintamani in order to watch the panoramic sunrise.
Lombok has risen from the insignificance during some decades to become something and great alternative destination instead of Bali. Although this destination has less sparking bars or high-end clubs in Kuta, this destination still maintains the feel of old Indonesia. You can find so many traditional taverns that offer you with spicy French fries and sate near to the shore. There are many surfing opportunities, come from the Kuta Lombok until to the south of majestic coves.
Yogyakarta is the well-deserved destination when you visit Indonesia because of most of the artistic characters and culture richness was placed here. One of the most well-known UNESCO sites is Borobudur Tempel as the Buddhist sanctuary. You can visit the huge Kraton or Palace in Yogyakarta that was once used as the stomping ground among Javanese sultans. Yogyakarta was also known for their traditional craft markets that you can visit in Kranggan and Beringharjo Market every day.
Jakarta is huge – a house for more than 9 million people and makes this city as the frantic and heady destination in order to get to grasp of Indonesia. However, among the skyscrapers and wide range of food courts in this megapolis, this is pretty easy to find out the genuine interest and charm as well. You can visit the Kota Tua or the Old Town where the Dutch houses were blended together with the modern environment.
Raja Ampat offers you with turquoise beaches and kaleidoscopic of coral that makes every scuba divers want to visit it. It is located in out of track which is in the side of Papio, especially in the extreme eastern and still unexplored – waiting for you to be discovered.