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Best Places To Visit In Indonesia

Young woman tourist in Taman Tirtagangga, Water palace, Water park, Bali Indonesia.

Well-known for the diversity, Indonesia lures tourists for ‘n’ numbers of reasons. Immaculate beaches, tropical forests, astonishing hike trails, marvelous surfing and diving sites, immense wildlife, and active volcanoes are the salient features that make it a popular vacation destination for a family, couples, friends, and even solo trips. Luxury Superyacht charter in Indonesia. The country offers uncountable places to visit. You can run short of time or may get tired but things to do and places to visit are not going to end here.

We still compiled the best places to visit in Indonesia, which are as follows-

  1. Bali
    Bali is one of the most magical places in the world. With a warm and pleasing temperature throughout the year, the place offers huge biodiversity, panoramic landscapes, pristine beaches, thriving rice paddies, emerging volcanoes, composed lakes, gorgeous waterfalls, and what not! One can find the charm and beauty in every part of this island. Temple tours are prominent for a ‘complete’ package of the Bali trip. Feed your soul with some adventure at its surfing spots and enjoy the natural waterslide at Aling-Aling Waterfall.
  2. Ubud
    Ubud is a laid-back town set amidst lush green forests with cheap yet great accommodation options. It is a calm and composed place and a home to astonishing and luxurious resorts. One of the favorite destinations in Indonesia for a laid-back and village life, Ubud tempts everyone especially nature lovers and photographers. Witness a stunning sunset at your favorite beach, rice paddy, or a mountain silhouette. Due to its soothing atmosphere, Ubud is a great place for meditational classes.
  3. Borobudur
    It’s a great place for cultural insights and houses the world’s largest Buddhist temple, constructed from more than 2 million stones. The Borobudur temple is an unparalleled option for encountering gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. It’s also home to the country’s largest Hindu temple, Prambanan that contains the ruins of around 244 temples and was considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year1991. The country’s one of the biggest caves, Jomblang, is also here, with an underground river, connecting caves, and stalactites and stalagmites.
  4. The Gili Islands
    The Gili Islands is for everyone. If it’s a great party island, it won’t be wrong to call it a great pick for a relaxing vacation too. Pleasing weather, warm water, white sand, and a leisure stroll with your love is an awe-striking blend for a perfect break. The beaches of the islands offer the best snorkeling and dive sites. Its waters are a great place to swim with sea turtles. Exploring the island is so much fun both ways, on foot as well as by cycle. The southern part of the island is best for stunning sunsets. You have an ample opportunity to get amazing clicks on the beaches, right from over-water swings to stand-up paddle.
  5. Lombok

    If you’re on a romantic trip, this place is worth visiting. Lombok is an amalgamation of Buddhist, Hindu, and Muslim culture, coupled with harmony and peace of mind. Its varied culture makes it more vibrant that offers various festivals too. On a 20-minute flight from Bali, Lombok is pretty convenient to reach and explore within. The serenity and seclusion of its beaches make this place perfect for a romantic getaway. If you’re into mountain climbing, you shall head towards Mount Rinjani, a believed-to-be sacred place. On reaching the top, try your hands on fishing in the lake while the Sun is being gracefully set.
  6. Borneo
    If you’re someone who admires flora and fauna right from the heart, just pack your bags and move to Borneo. It is full of forests, natural beauty, adventures, and tribal culture. Due to Malay, Chinese, and Indian influences, its culinary options are tempting. Borneo is home to some unique animals in its wide national parks. Bako National Park (for probosci’s monkeys and beaches), Endau-Rompin (for Sumatran rhino and unique flora), Mulu National Park (for marvelous caves), the TunSakaran Marine Park (for beaches and reefs), the very famous TanjungPuting National Park, and Bohorok Orangutan Centre are just to name a few.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email aastha-maheshwari@ceoworld.biz.