Indonesia's Top Travel Destinations

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The joys and wonders of Indonesian tourism, explore the amazing travel destinations and tourist attractions. Plan your t...

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North Sumatra

[...] North Sumatra, bounded by the semiautonomous province of Aceh to the northwest, by the Strait of Malacca to [...]

Mursala Island

[...] Mursala Island is located in Central Tapanuli Regency, the east coast of North Sumatra. Mursala is the biggest island in Central Tapanuli district, North Sumatra and was used once [...]

Batang Gadis National Park

[...] Batang Gadis National Park is located in Mandailing Natal District (Madina), North Sumatra, this area surrounded by 68 villages in 13 districts in Mandailing Natal. The name of the park [...]

Istana Maimun

[...] Maimun Palace is one of the iconic city of Medan, North Sumatra, located in Talbot village, subdistrict Medan Maimun. Maimun Palace Designed by the Italian [...]

West Sumatra

[...] West Sumatra, fronting the Indian Ocean to the west and bounded by the provinces of North Sumatra to the [...]

Kerinci Seblat National Park

[...] , 43 sub-districts, and 134 villages spread out in the four provinces, which are Jambi, West Sumatra, Bengkulu, and South Sumatra. Kerinci Seblat National Park is the unification of several [...]

Lake Maninjau

[...] Lake Maninjau is located in Tanjung Raya district, Agam regency, West Sumatra. About 38 Km west of Bukittinggi. The Location of Maninjau is consists of hills and peaks [...]

Mentawai Islands

[...] of Siberut, Sipora Subdistrict of North Pagai Subdistrict and the Mentawai Islands Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia. The location of this surf spot can be reached by motor boat and aircraft pioneer. [...]

South Sulawesi

[...] South Sulawesi, served as gateway to Maluku Islands. Being at the crossroads of traffic between the western [...]

Southeast Sulawesi

[...] Southeast Sulawesi, geographically located in the  Sulawesi Island. It is adjancent to South Sulawesi in the west, Maluku Province in the east, South Sulawesi and Central Sulawesi in the north, [...]

Bantimurung National Park

[...] Bantimurung National Park is located 45 km north of Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bantimurung National Park has 480 km2 area of nature reserve. The name [...]

West Sulawesi

[...] West Sulawesi, geographically located in the cross position of the Golden Triangle of South Sulawesi, East Kalimantan, and Central Sulawesi as well as directly faces national and international [...]

Mount Kerinci

[...] in Kersik Tuo Village. From Kersik Tuo village, start walking toward the checkpoint of Kerinci Seblat National Park, and keep climbing to the jungle gate. In this location, you can find the mountain [...]

Lake Gunung Tujuh

[...] is the highest caldera lake in Southeast Asia. Lake Gunung Tujuh is located in Kerinci Seblat National Park near Pelompek village in Jambi and West Sumatera. Lake Gunung Tujuh was formed [...]

South Sumatra

[...] for bird watchers. More adventurous travelers can explore the remote expanses of Kerinci Seblat National Park. Perhaps the most popular natural site is Mount Dempo, the highest peak in South [...]

Kerinci Seblat National Park

[...] Kerinci Seblat National Park stretches across 9 districts, 43 sub-districts, and 134 villages spread out in the [...]

West Nusa Tenggara

[...] way of regional connections and serves as a connecting point for travel to and from the international airport in Jakarta. Shuttle boats ferry passengers between major tourist spots on Lombok, with [...]

Lombok Island

[...] way of regional connections and serves as a connecting point for travel to and from the international airport in Jakarta. Shuttle boats ferry passengers between major tourist spots on Lombok, with [...]

Wasur National Park

[...] from Merauke, a 2-hour drive. Jayapura’s airport has connections to Jakarta’s international airport. [...]

South Kalimantan

[...] and Palangkaraya. The capital is the largest city and the gateway to the province, with an international airport and many hotels. It’s a good place from which to explore the rest of South [...]

Weh Island

[...] of Banda Aceh, from where the ferries to Balohan, Weh’s Island ferry harbour are leaving. We can take a [...]

Aceh

[...] diving on the island of Sabang, off the northwest tip, is good. It’s an hour away from Banda Aceh by ferry. Banda Aceh is the capital and main town of Aceh Province and sits right up on the tip [...]

Baiturrahman Mosque

[...] Baiturrahman Mosque in Banda Aceh was a witness of the history of Aceh, located in the Centre of the city of Banda Aceh and is [...]

West Java

[...] West Java. Trains run east toward East Java from Jakarta, and south toward Bandung, the provincial capital. [...]

Banda Islands

[...] to and from other islands in Maluku. An hour’s flight connects to Ambon, the provincial capital and transportation hub. From here it takes 5 hours by air to reach Jakarta, where a [...]

Riau Islands

[...] that suits their tastes. Bintan is the largest island in the chain and home to the provincial capital, Tanjung Pinang. There is a thriving resort scene on Bintan, and it’s also the [...]

Papua

[...] with high rainfall. In the north, raining evenly throughout the year. Jayapura is the provincial capital of Papua and its largest city. It is the gateway town with a busy little airport and comes [...]

Komodo Island

[...] of Komodo National Park, its located between the island of Sumbawa and Flores, East Nusa Tenggara Province. Komodo National Park covers three large islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar, and 26 [...]

Alor Island

[...] Alor Island is one of tropical islands located in East Nusa Tenggara Province. Alor island has many beautiful scenery, especially if you are prepared for diving. The [...]

Sumba Island

[...] Sumba is an island located in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, around 300kms southeast of Bali. Sumba is bordered by Sawu sea in the north, [...]

East Nusa Tenggara

[...] of Timor Leste in the east, Flores Sea in the north and Indonesia Ocean in the south. East Nusa Tenggara Province area is about 48,718.10 km, spreading in 1,192 islands. East Nusa Tenggara Province is [...]

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North Sumatra

[...] North Sumatra, bounded by the semiautonomous province of Aceh to the northwest, by the Strait of Malacca to [...]

Mursala Island

[...] Mursala Island is located in Central Tapanuli Regency, the east coast of North Sumatra. Mursala is the biggest island in Central Tapanuli district, North Sumatra and was used once [...]

Batang Gadis National Park

[...] Batang Gadis National Park is located in Mandailing Natal District (Madina), North Sumatra, this area surrounded by 68 villages in 13 districts in Mandailing Natal. The name of the park [...]

Istana Maimun

[...] Maimun Palace is one of the iconic city of Medan, North Sumatra, located in Talbot village, subdistrict Medan Maimun. Maimun Palace Designed by the Italian [...]

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