10 interesting things you should not miss in Indonesia
Exploring Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park
The park has a large area and is rich in nature, including two volcanoes - Gede Mountain and Pangrango Mountain. It is also home to endangered animals. Therefore, hiking and admiring the myriad of rare and strange animals is a favorite journey of tourists.
Relaxing at Viceroy Bali
Located in the Valley of the Kings, the resort is owned by an Australian family and offers great relaxation. 25 luxurious villas with private pools were built in a rainforest, protecting customer privacy and also providing excellent services. The resort is a perfect romantic getaway for couples and families. Guests can make use of special spa treatments, combining Western and Balinese techniques.
Seeing the fire on the volcano Kawah Ijen
Ijen is a 20 km wide crater, which contains volcanoes. One of them is the volcano Kawah Ijen, filled with sulfur. When it burns, blue flames appear - this area is particularly wonderful at night.
Alila Purnama is a unique luxury hotel on a ship. The spacious interior has all the amenities necessary for a romantic journey. Alila chain has established many hotels and this is definitely the most interesting hotel. Komodo Island expedition is a 6-night trip to the land of Komodo dragons. The ship goes along the beautiful coast. Tour Ambon will take visitors to the Banda Islands area, famous for its rich marine life and coral reefs.
Admiring Tegallalang terraced field
Located in Ubud, also a popular holiday destination worldwide known for its perfect resorts, Tegallalang terraced field is an ancient wonder.
Diving in Bali
Bali is located on Tulamben stone beach where the famous Liberty wreck ship attracts divers. In addition, coral, sponges, turtles and various fish species can be discovered in clear waters.
Taking a rest at Bambu Indah
This is a luxurious classic hotel, offering a truly unique and unforgettable experience. The creators of the resort combine tradition with modernity to achieve the best results. Guests are accommodated in Javanese teak villas, built 100 years ago and now restored to perfectly match the world-class quality. The resort is surrounded by lush gardens, helping visitors connect with nature.
Discovering spiritual tours in Borobudur
This Buddhist temple was built in the 9th century and can be called the symbol of Indonesia. The temple is a complex of 6 square podiums, decorated with reliefs and 504 Buddha statues. From the above, the whole complex looks like a Buddhist mandala.
Seeing Kelimutu's natural wonders
There are 3 natural lakes that used to be craters of different colors. The water in the lakes is red, green or blue. These watercolors change due to smoke from volcanoes and chemical reactions. Locals believe that the lakes are resting places for their ancestors. Traditionally, watercolors correspond to the moods of souls. One can never predict the color of the lakes because sometimes they change into white and black.
Climbing Mount Bromo
The volcano located in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is a popular tourist destination. Lately, Mount Bromo was active in 2004, 2010 and 2011. Therefore, during the Hindu festival, locals go to the mountain to sacrifice food and flowers by throwing it into Caldera crater.
By: Jonath Martin