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The 20 Most Beautiful Places in Indonesia

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17 Islands National Park, Riung, Flores

Most of the islands in the 17 Islands Marine Park are uninhabited so you will need to hire a guide to take you island hopping and you can check out coves and inlets along the way before stopping anywhere that takes your fancy.

Kelapa/Coconut Island, Lambu, Bima-NTB district

Named Kelapa/Coconut Island, because in this place there are old coconut/kelapa trees that grow near springs water on this island

Wakatobi National Park, Southeast of Sulawesi

Wakatobi is home to more than 25 types of coral reefs and 900 marine species. The name Wakatobi is a combination of four main islands ~ (Wa)ngi-wangi, (Ka)ledupa, (To)mia and (Bi)nongko.

The untouched nature and amazing marine diversity and reefs had attracted many scuba divers from around the world.

Ujung Kulon National Park

In Ujung Kulon National Park there are many islands such as Peucang Island, Panaitan Island, Handeleum Island, Oar Island, Umang Island, Badul Island, Badul Island, Ciputih Beach.

In this National Park you can also find one-horned rhinoceros which is one of the endangered species of rhinos.

Dieng Plateau

You can find various kinds of beautiful attractions that are close together. Will be very satisfied to enjoy its natural beauty, from morning to night. In the morning, you can start enjoying the beauty of the sunrise on Sikunir Hill, then proceed to Sikidang Crater, Telaga Warna, Batu Pandang, Arjuna Dieng Temple complex, and others.

There is a traditional tradition like Ruwatan in Dieng. Ruwatan is a ceremony or ritual that aims to expel bad luck by cutting dreadlocks.

Mount Leuser National Park

Mount Leuser National Park has 2 global scale status, namely as a Biosphere Reserve in 1981 and as a World Heritage in 2004. Both of these statuses were determined by UNESCO and the World Heritage Committee at the suggestion of the Indonesian government after going through a stringent selection process.

This mountain has also been visited by Leonardo Dicaprio and his crew. This National Park contains several flora and fauna, one of which is the rare flora of the Rafflesia arnoldii.

Way Kambas National Park

Way Kambas National Park This is one of the elephant conservation areas in Indonesia. There is elephant training for nurseries in the conservation area.

This area is inhabited by around 600 elephants, of which 250 elephants are still in the wild.

Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park

Mountain range with mangrove & forest habitats, plus resident tigers, elephants & bears. You can also see some Raflesia Arnoldii flowers growing in this forest.

Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

This National Park is an area of ​​some beautiful mountains that are often explored by foreign and domestic tourists. You can try to see the beauty of Mount Bromo, Mount Tengger and Mount Semeru, Mount Widodaren, Mount Penanjakan, Mount Batok at one time. Many Hindu temples and waterfalls can be visited in this zone.

Borobudur Temple (Central Java)

Temple is one of the largest temples in Indonesia. Borobudur Temple is one of the Buddhist temples located in Magelang, Central Java province. Borobudur Temple is located approximately 40 km northwest of the city of Yogja. With public transportation, cars and motorbikes only take about 1 hour drive from the city of Yogjakarta.

Borobudur Temple was built during the period of adherents of Mahayana Buddhism precisely around 750-800 AD. Borobudur Temple was included in the 7 wonders of the world, apart from being the biggest, Borobudur Temple became the oldest Buddhist temple because it was built long before the new Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia was built around the middle of the 12th century by King Suryavarman II.

Prambanan Temple (Central Java)

Prambanan Temple is the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia. Until now, it cannot be ascertained when this temple was built and on whose orders, but the strong suspicion that the Prambanan Temple was built around the middle of the 9th century by the king of Wangsa Sanjaya, the King of Balitung Maha Sambu.

The location is only about 100 m from the Yogya-Solo highway, so it is not difficult to find it.

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