Indonesia is a South East Asian country with over 17,000 islands spreading between Pacific and Indian Ocean with amazing landscapes and biodiversity. It’s a country with strikingly beautiful beaches and colourful marine treasure, many volcanic islands, and tropical forests enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to varied species of animals and birds like the Komodo dragons, elephants, Asian tigers and orangutans. The country has a well–blended cultural heritage comprising of hundreds of varied ethnicities which can be experienced in the different cities. The vibrant capital city of Jakarta in the island of Java and Yogyakarta, a city known for its traditional puppetry and gamelan music deserves special mention. Borobudur, the largest Buddhist temple in the world and Prambanan, a notable Hindu temple depicts the historical and religious background of the country.
In recent days, the island of Bali is thriving with tourists. The island is home to many temples and palaces. Surfing, scuba diving, relaxing in white sandy beaches, luxurious resorts and spa, restaurants offering amazing local cuisine as well as continentals and fun-filled nightlife make Bali a popular tourist destination. A single trip is not enough to explore the natural wonders of Indonesia with so many variations. It justly validates the term ‘Wonderful Indonesia’ which is used to promote Indonesia’s tourism.