7 attractions in Indonesia must-see

Not only for its natural wealth, culture in Indonesia is very diverse. Each area has a distinctive culture that made this country the more colorful. Still doubt the wealth of our own country? The following summary of 10 attractions in Indonesia that You visit:

7 attractions in Indonesia must-see
7 attractions in Indonesia must-see

1. Komodo island

Komodo Island entry in the Komodo National Park area along with other islands in the vicinity of the Nusa Tenggara Islands. In 1986, UNESCO sets sights on Indonesia as one of the world heritage site. The island is considered to be the habitat of the komodo dragon beast that must be protected. One of the highest honors that successfully achieved was successfully entered into the ranks of the seven natural wonders of the world or better known as the New Seven Wonders of Nature in 2011.

These sights offer the beauty of land and underwater. There are many things you can do here, ranging from trekking, diving to snorkerling.

For trekking, you can explore the island together groups of and a ranger or guided tours. On the way, you can find the komodo dragon who were hunting prey or rest. Ranger will equip you with a stick that ends the branching. This stick is believed to be weakening the komodo when it was attacked. By holding the neck of a rod tip of komodo branching, it immediately will be benign. It is important for You to keep any movement during walking because it is very sensitive to a sudden movement.

Diving and snorkeling in the waters of Komodo island is no less exciting. These sights are also known under its natural beauty and be one of the favourite dive sites. Interesting to mention is the existence of the Pink Beach or beach pink. This beach is one of the seven beaches in the world to have a reddish colored sand. This colour is thought to derive from the crushed coral flakes and mix together with the sand of the beach. When exposed to the waves, the more noticeable the color red because it's wet.

2. Trio Gili

A trio of beautiful island of Gili is three existing in Lombok. Three islands, among others, Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. All three are known not only by domestic tourists, but have also successfully invited many foreign tourists to come.

Of the three islands, Gili Trawangan is arguably the most popular. In addition to broader due to its size compared to the other two islands, here also have stood many entertainment venues such as bars and cafes. There are many activities you can do at these sights ranging from sunbathing, diving to snorkel. Which is more fun, you can also rent a bicycle or ride a cidomo horse kind of horse, to get around the island.

Although more visited Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili but Water is not less interesting. The second island also has a beautiful beach and nature under the sea are waiting for you to explore. The atmosphere is both relatively quiet and calm so that suitable for you who did want to be separated from the crowd.

3. Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat became the new Prima Donna in the world tourism Indonesia. The charm of tourist spots in Indonesia began widely known by both domestic and foreign tourists. Raja Ampat is itself a collection of Islands at the tip of Papua. There are four main island here, namely Waigeo, Misool, Salawati and Batanta islands off.

The wealth of underwater nature Raja Ampat needs no doubt. Water attractions is known as one of the best diving and snorkeling in the world. Even The Nature Conservancy calls that about 75% of the world's marine life can be found in the waters of Raja Ampat. To prove it, please prepare Your diving equipment and start exploring its nature. October and November are known as the best time to dive here because of the weather and the condition of the waters is ideal.

In addition to diving, you can also explore the beauty of the Mainland Islands in Raja Ampat. Locals will be happy to offer services as a guide. During the trekking, you can also stop by the homes of citizens and interact directly or purchase handicrafts such as the Asmat tribe sculpture and traditional musical instrument works them as souvenirs.

4. Lake Sentani

Sentani Lake is referred to as the largest lake in Papua. Indeed, it is not surprising because the Lake has an area of around 9,360 acres and located at an altitude of 75 meters above sea level. Attractions in Indonesia is dotted with 21 Islands which became the ghetto residents.

What can you do here? Many. You can fish, swim or drive around the Lake with boat Charter. If you still feel still less, why not pay a visit to local villages? You can stop by the homes and chat while enjoying a culinary specifically.

If you are visiting in mid-June, congratulations! You can simultaneously enjoy the Festival of Lake Sentani. It is a routine annual event featuring various arts and cultural performances. In addition, diverse cuisine Papua you can enjoy here.

5. Bali

Who does not know Bali? Hard to choose what sights in Bali, because almost all parts of Bali is a remarkable tourist attractions. Bali has many wonderful natural beauty ranging from rows of its beaches, its mountains to mock sakralnya. Of the many interesting tourist attractions, the most popular in the ears of tourists of course Kuta Beach, Legian Beach, the beach of Seminyak, Tanah Lot and the rural atmosphere of Ubud.

Bali proves that to be able to dance to international attention, the culture and values of distinctiveness does not need to be sacrificed. While maintaining its culture, Bali thus inviting many foreign tourists to come. Here, you will find a group of foreign tourists who were enjoying the performances of Balinese art and culture.

6. Bunaken marine park 

Bunaken Marine Park became one of the tourist attractions in Indonesia which again designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, precisely in the year 2005. This is due to the richness and diversity of its extraordinary life ranging from coral reefs, seaweed to fish species there.

This place has more than 30 diving points that are a favorite of many divers domestic and foreign tourists. In addition to diving and get in touch directly with the fish here, you can also dive with a submarine that had been provided. This ship has a transparent glass wall allows you to see the sights of Bunaken Marine Park underwater without exposed water and wet. Hmm, interesting!

7. Jayawijaya Peak

Jayawijaya peak or commonly known with the Carstensz Peak is the only mountain top in Indonesia which has a snow cover. These peaks soaring up over 5,000 meters above sea level. The more the Jayawijaya Mountain boasts more are entered into a list of Seven Summits or seven mountains with the highest peak in the world.

Jayawijaya peak was first conquered by a Netherlands Explorer named Hendrik Albert Lorentz in 1909. Lorentz managed to climb the snowy peaks along the six people that the induction of Kenyah Dayak tribe in Borneo. After the successful ascent, many climbers who followed in the footsteps of Lorentz to conquer the Summit of Jayawijaya. Hmm, are you the next climber who successfully conquered the Summit Carstensz?

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