Places to visit in Indonesia

Do you dream of getting on one of the beaches in Bali? If you love the nature and the unforgettable and romantic beach experience, Indonesia is the best place for you. Nature and culture include the highlights of Indonesian tourism. The country's tourism is focused on tropical destinations, which is why homes and resorts are evolving. The area is additionally a residence of up to 7 World Heritage sites, declared by UNESCO.

The natural ecosystem of the earth is well preserved due to the fact that among 17 000 islands, the only inhabited islands are 6 000 people. Diving and surfing will be the pursuits most tourists do in a rural area. Since Indonesia has 17,000 islands, there are many diving and surfing websites across the country. Several of the diving sites are Bunaken on Sulawesi, Tulamben Bay in Bali, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. As far as surfing sites are concerned, there are many surfing sites on Sumatra, Ace, Bali, Banten, Sumbawa and the Mentuay Islands. The G-Land at Grajagan Bay and Lagundri Bay on the island of Nias are the two popular surfing holidays in Indonesia.

Except for diving, surfing and beaches, there are many natural resources in Indonesia, six of which are listed as World Heritage Sites. Our largest natural resource in Sumatra includes the Gunung Leuser National Park, which is 9,500 square kilometers, Kerinci Seblat National Park, which is 13,700 square kilometers, along with Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, which is 3,568 sq. Km. Nature preserves endangered animals such as the Sumatran elephants, the Yankees Ringgoze and the orangutans.

The Borobur Temple in central Java, built in the 8th century, is one of the legacy websites. Other heritage sites include the Prambanan Temple Compound and the Sangiran Early Man website. These are the areas you should not miss when you are in Indonesia. You should also pay a trip to Yogakarta, where many galleries are located to check out art and lifestyle in Indonesia



Source by Liane Rhodes