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Indonesia is one of the countries of Southeast Asia, and it is the fourth country in the world in terms of population, with a population of 250 million people, according to the latest statistics, and Indonesia is one of the major Islamic countries.
The Indonesian land consists of a large number of marine islands, as it amounts to about 17508 islands, and more than two-thirds of these islands are inhabited because of their small size and in the past they were called “East Indies”. Some researchers mention that it took its current name from the old name, as its name consists of two syllables “Endo” and its meaning: India and “Nissia” and its meaning: the islands, as it was called in the old green land.
Among the advantages of Indonesia is the great diversity in surface appearances, as well as in the demographics, which provides it with great tourism value.
The most important tourist attractions
A national park called Tanjung Park is located on this island, which is a large area that includes all forms of luxury and comfort. Local tourism companies are available in this park that provide small boats for cruises that may take several days during which the wildlife is known in some islands, especially non Inhabited, as monkeys, leopards, bears, snakes, and crocodiles can be seen.
This valley is located in the western highlands, and a visit to this valley starts from the “Amina” region, where a visitor can view the landscape in its primitive form, in difficult and difficult roads, and get to know the inhabitants of the villages in this valley, which was unknown until 1938.
This mountain is located on East Java Island, and it is a volcanic mountain that is considered a tourist attraction, as tourists can see the white smoke rising from the volcano crater.
It is one of the most famous diving and snorkeling areas in the country, this region is located in the north of the island of Sulawesi, and the region has a garden through which to enjoy the surrounding sea views, as can be seen the most types of fish that live in the Indian Ocean.
Lake Toba is located on Sumatra island, and this lake was formed as a result of a powerful volcanic eruption hundreds of years ago. This volcano has formed gaps inside the island, and in later stages the water was inundated for these gaps and formed small lakes, so tourists can practice swimming in it, and enjoy the beauty of the regions Navy.
Located in South Sulawesi, these highlands are a wide range of wild vegetation where tourists can take a wild trip on foot and enjoy seeing all kinds of beautiful wild plants especially during their flowering period.