Vacations are supposed to be relaxing, informative, varied and most of all, satisfying. So why not choose a destination that offers wonderful experiences that can be had no where else? Indonesia proves to be one such destination with pulsating culture, one of the fastest developing economies, and history worth exploring a thousand times. Indonesia is situated in Southeast Asia and is an archipelago which consists more than 17,000 islands. With more than 237 million people, it is the fourth most populous in the world. More than 6000 of its islands are inhabited making it one of the largest archipelago in the world. Indonesia has land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia. Indonesia experiences tropical climate in most parts of the year with no big distinction between dry and wet season. Nature has been lavish while forming Indonesia. It seems as if God himself handpicked the most beautiful places and sew them together to make Indonesia. The country has the ring of some of the most active volcanoes in the world. They flush out tonnes of lava which after cooling and mixing with the soil making it most fertile in the world. It has second largest tropical forest in the world after Brazil. The beaches, the lagoons, the wonderful coral reef and the colorful marine life brings a different zing to coastline adventures. The high mountains provide amazing opportunities for hiking and trekking sports. The capital of Indonesia is the enigmatic city of Jakarta. With its beginning as a small harbor town, it has had a fascinating history that has made it one of the most vibrant cities in Southeast Asia. The attraction in the city are Ancol Dream Park, Jakarta Old Town, Presidential Palace, Jakarta History Museum and many more. The city is situated on the main island of Java. Other major islands in Indonesia are Sumatra, Papua and Maluku.
At first, we, my wife and I and coupl of our frends visited Flores island to see Camodos dragons and beautiful snorceling, then we flew to ende to visit Kelimutu colored lakes and then we had 6 days of relax in the island of Bali. It wore at 02.2013
Babu from Chennai, India3 ★
We stay best Western its very good we enjoy lot
Sagarr from Mumbai, India2 ★
Not well managed trip.. to much hectic schedule of bali trip
Ravi kumar from Kolkata, India4 ★
Jst loved it
Prabh from Chandigarh, India5 ★
Visited Bali in the month of February 2017 for my honeymoon. Beautiful place, beautiful beaches... Stayed in Nusa Dua for 2 nights and in Seminayak for 4 nights... People are very friendly and helpful. Traffic is a problem in few areas. Double six beach in seminayak is good but can be better if the garbage is taken care of. A one day trip to Ubud and Mt. Batur was awesome. River rafting was the best part of the trip. Night clubs in Kuta are a must visit... Not to forget the DMZ trick art museum
Lombok from Jepara, Indonesia5 ★
Krishnateja vasabhaktula from Pune, India5 ★
Chaman Khan from Delhi, India1 ★
Washroom facility is not so good. There is no entrance fee.
Raghavendra from Bangalore, India4 ★
No photography is allowed here. Best time to visit is Evening.
Raghavendra from Bangalore, India5 ★
My overall experience in was Excellent. There is no entrance fee. It has easy and good availability of food & drinks.