Aside from Bali, Indonesia still has these amazing destinations

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Lake Toba, North Sumatra via Just 4u

Aside from Bali, Indonesia, you can still experience some of the best destinations in Indonesia. Coming to these destinations, you will not regret spending your money to come here, that’s for sure.

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Lake Toba, North Sumatra

With an area of over 1145 km2, Toba’s huge water surface is like a small sea. It is the largest lake in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest in the world with a depth of 450 meters. In the middle of Lake Toba is the same size Samosir Island, Singapore, known for its traditional villages and attractive beaches.

Tanjung Kelayang, Belitung Island

Tanjung Kelayang, Belitung Island via Momtraveler’s Blog

Although not as famous as Bali, Belitung also has high beaches, including Tanjung Kelayang. Surrounded by more than 100 small islands, Belitung is only 45 minutes from Jakarta, but over the years it has been a popular destination for Indonesian tourists, especially international tourists.

Tanjung Lesung, Banten, Java

Located on the west coast of Indonesia’s most populated island Java, Tanjung Lesung is a beach resort simulated by the Nusa Dua resort in Bali. This resort is 1500 hectares, overlooking the new volcanic island of Anak Krakatau. Here you can enjoy activities such as scuba diving, fishing or boating. In addition to Tanjung Lesung, visitors also have the opportunity to explore the Krakatau-Ujung Kulon National Park, with tropical forests as the habitat of Javan rhinoceros.

Thousand Islands, Jakarta

Thousand Islands, Jakarta via Vacation Bali Indonesia

Thousand Islands, part of Jakarta, makes this place a special capital with hundreds of small islands. Among the islands, there are uninhabited islands and nature reserves. Here, by ferry connecting the city area to the islands lasting from 30 minutes to 3 hours, guests can join the sea tour, explore the small island or join the scuba diving together. Many other attractive activities.

Borobudur, Central Java

Borobudur is a 9th-century Buddhist temple and one of the largest Buddhist sites in the world, buried in volcanic ash and remodeled from In addition to the temple complex, Borobodur is also known for its beautiful scenery and numerous volcanic peaks.

Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, East Java

Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, East Java via VideoBlocks

With its breathtaking natural landscape, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is like an 800 sq. Km. It is characterized by volcanic peaks such as Mt Semeru, the highest mountain in Java or Bromo, one of the most photographed places in Indonesia. Visitors to the national park can also cross the sandy beach in an ancient volcano, admire waterfalls and fog lakes, or explore the unique Tenggerese culture.

Mandalika, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara

Lombok has long been introduced as an alternative destination for Bali. In particular, the Mandalika development project on the south coast of Lombok is being built and operational with 7.5 km of beautiful beaches and more than 10,000 hotel rooms, amusement parks, roads race, water park, golf course, and marina. With this plan, Lombok is expected to attract about 20 million tourists by 2019.

Labuan Bajo, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara

Labuan Bajo, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara via Komodo

Labuan Bajo is described as “the brightest jewel of Indonesia”. Currently, fishing town Labuan Bajo is a destination attract many visitors. Besides, from Labuan Bajo, visitors can visit the nearby islands, observe sharks or Komodo dragons famous.

Wakatobi Marine National Park, Southeast Sulawes

Wakatobi is the dream destination for divers with more than 750 species of coral and 942 species of fish. This national park covers 1.4 million hectares, of which 900,000 hectares are tropical coral reefs, and is also home to two species of turtles endangered by turtles and turtles. In addition, for those who do not like diving, Wakatobi is still attractive with beautiful beaches, caves or hills located on four islands.

Morotai, Northern Maluku

Located in northern Indonesia, the Morotai is 1,800 km2 in area with lush forests and attractive beaches. Although not easy to reach the island, wildlife, war-time stories, and diving activities exploring shipwrecks have drawn many curious and desperate travelers to Morotai.

Hopefully, you enjoyed the time in Indonesia!

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