Places to See in Indonesia

Dreaming of entering a beach in Bali? If you like nature and unforgettable romantic beach expertise, then Indonesia is your best choice. Character and culture include highlights of Indonesian tourism. The country's tourism industry is focused on tropical destinations, which is why accommodation and resorts are growing. The area is also home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites announced by UNESCO.

The natural ecosystem on land is well preserved because there are 6,000 of the 17,000 islands inhabited. Diving and surfing will be the pursuit of most tourists in rural areas. With Indonesia's 17,000 islands, there are many diving and surfing sites across the country. Some diving internet sites are located in Sulawesi, Tulamben Bay, Bali, Nusa Lembongan and Bunaken in Nusa Penida. As for surfing sites, Sumatra, Aceh, Bali, Banten, Sumbawa and Mentawai Islands have many surfing spots. G-Land in Grajagan Bay and Lagundri Bay in Indonesia are two popular surfing spots in Indonesia.

In addition to diving, surfing and beach jumping, Indonesia has many natural resources, six of which are listed as whole world heritage. The largest natural resources in Sumatra include the 9,500-square-kilometer Gunung Leuser National Park, the 13,750-square-kilometer Kerinci Seblat Nationwide Park, and the 3,568-square-kilometer Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park. Nature protects endangered animals such as Sumatran elephants, Javan rhinos and orangutans.

The Borobudur Temple in Central Java was built in the 8th century and is one of the heritage sites. Other heritage sites are the Prambanan Temple and the Sangiran Early Humans website. These are the areas you should not miss when you are in Indonesia. You should also head to Yogakarta, where there are many galleries to see the art and lifestyle of Indonesia.



Source by Liane Rhodes