Nowadays, Indonesia is very popular with its multicultural and diverse islands, come from Aceh which is deeply religious to the center of government in Java, tropical paradise in Bali and all of the way down go to the Papua at the borderline of Papua New Guinea. Indonesia was the 4th most populated country and at 15th place as the largest based on land mass. So, what things to see in Indonesia?
Enjoy surfing in Kuta
You are able to visit a very famous of Kuta beach in the south Bali where the beach has lied on the sandbar and the gentle waves which also perfect spot for the beginner to learn surfing. The surfing classes by per hour are so man here and visitors can rent the gentle board to ride that wave. For those who do not want to get wet, then you can go to the beach in the night time to take a picture view from the sunset and having a relaxing night.
Visit Borobudur Temple in Yogyakarta
This is the Buddhist Tempel that located in Magelang and very easy to be visited by visitors who stay in Yogyakarta. It was dating back on the 9th Century and become the UNESCO heritage and has the central dome which been surrounded by 72 Buddha figures. It makes this temple the biggest Buddhist Temple in the world and people come to this temple to worship, marvel at the great scenery and scale the center platform as well.
Enjoy sunbathing in the Weh Island, Aceh
Weh Island was placed in the edge of Sumatra and off the coast of Aceh. This Island still has the volcano activities and placed in the Andaman Sea – as a house of Sabang which the northernmost city in Indonesia is. Visitors can travel to the island to try snorkeling in the crystal water and observing the tropical fish as well. The visitors can choose to stay near the Gapang Beach or visit the Anoi Itam Beach which very famous with the unusual black sand.
Say your prayers in Tanah Lot
Tanah Lot was very popular as the stone formation that comes from the sea along with the Hindu temple – Tanah Lot Temple sat on the tip. For several years, the waves of ocean carved the reef rock so that makes it stand alone when the high tide. This location can be accessed y foot when the low tide. You can see the breathtaking sunset view over the ocean.
Unique cultures in Ubud
Ubud was the city in the Gianyar regency and very popular as the most of culture and art centers in Bali. This is different from other areas in Bali and Ubud does not have a beach – you can sit on the steep terraces while enjoying the rice paddies and lush jungle in the surrounded foothills as well. Ubud also offers you with many art galleries and visitors can enjoy the traditional Bali dances. There are many things to see and do here.