Tourism in Indonesia

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Tourism in Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, with 18,330 islands; 6,000 of them are inhabited, in addition to being home to approximately 167 active volcanoes; this number of volcanoes is higher compared to other countries, and this country is characterized by the presence of a large number of wonderful beaches in it, and is a suitable place For divers as it contains many beautiful diving places, in addition to having the largest areas of tropical forests in the world.

Raja Ampat Islands

The Raja Ampat archipelago is located near the northwestern tip of the island of New Guinea, and is a group of islands that number up to 1,500 small islands. Maritime studies indicate that the diversity of marine life around the Raja Ampat is the highest recorded level in the world, which makes it one of the most Dive destinations in the world are popular and popular, and the great abundance and diversity of marine creatures is due to the densely populated population of the islands.


Lombok island is usually compared to Bali island because it contains beautiful beaches and volcanic views similar to those in Bali, but it does not acquire a tourist and commercial activity like it, which makes it a good place to visit in Indonesia, and the three Gili Islands located off the northwest coast of the island are the most popular destination and visit In which.

Beaches of Bali

Bali island has the most tourist attractions and cultural traditions attractive to tourists in Indonesia; where tourists can enjoy the warm sand on the beach, the beauty of the sea and the island, and Kuta Beach is the most famous beach in Bali, and is an ideal option for people who love to combine the enjoyment of the sun, surfing, Social contact with others, in addition to the presence of many different restaurants and activities in it, and people who prefer calm can go to Nusa Dua Beach, and water sports enthusiasts can visit Sanur Beach.

Borobudur Temple

Borobudur Temple is located in the ancient city of Java, which is famous for its ancient history. It is one of the most famous monuments and culture in Indonesia. It is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. It was built in the eighth century in the form of a traditional Buddhist mandala. It is considered one of the largest Buddhist temples in the world, and most of the neighboring residents of the temple moved to East Java, due to the danger of nearby volcanic mountains; so the temple was forgotten for a period of time, then it was rediscovered in the nineteenth century, and tourists can visit the place at sunrise to enjoy the beautiful view of the temple.

Komodo National Park

The name Komodo Park belongs to the Komodo Lizard, which is one of the most wonderful creatures, and is only found in the wild areas of Komodo National Park in Indonesia, and this park includes three islands: Komodo, Padar, and Rinka, all of which have wonderful hills, beautiful views of the beaches, In addition to the thriving wild and water life, Komodo also includes a sandy and pink beach, and the island of Badar is characterized by the presence of picturesque hills and the presence of three beautiful bays in it.


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