TOP 8 VACATION SPOTS IN INDONESIA
Toba is not only the largest lake in Indonesia, but it is also one of its most beautiful, but it is also beautiful from all its angles. Almost twice the size of Singapore, there are many vantage points to enjoy the view of this volcanic lake, surrounded by hills and lush greenery. In the surrounding villages, tourists can also discover the fascinating Batak culture, with its traditions and captivating cultural objects. Tourists can also visit Samosir, the charming little island in the middle of Lake Toba.
2. RAJA AMPAT
With one of the most lively underwater scenes on the planet, this world-famous tropical paradise is home to more than 530 species of coral, 700 species of mollusks and 1,300 species of fish. Despite the magnetism of the exotic species and the breathtaking view of the island, Raja Ampat remains largely unspoiled due to its remote location and vast locality. More than a diver’s paradise, Raja Ampat is also an unforgettable destination for bird watchers, photographers, adventurers, and even those looking for a luxury vacation with a breathtaking view of a distant island.
3. Dieng Plateau
Perched at an altitude of 2000 meters, the Dieng Plateau is one of Indonesia’s coolest destinations, and not only in terms of weather. A natural and cultural destination, the Dieng plateau is full of things to see and do. In addition to the panoramic view of jungles and distant villages, this high plateau also has a multi-colored lake, a thermal spring, and ancient Hindu temples. Once a year, tourists flock vacay in Indonesia to the area for a much-awaited festival that includes traditional rituals, shows, and jazz above the clouds.
4. Derawan Islands
This is one of the best examples of Indonesia‘s tropical paradise, with six stunning islands and a few smaller islets, each with its own adventures and charm. The island of Maratua, for example, is known for its sublime sea caves, lakes, and sumptuous seaside resorts. Kakaban Island offers the possibility to swim in a lake filled with jellyfish without bites. Sangalaki Island is popular for diving and snorkeling, due to its thriving underwater scene, filled with corals, manta rays, turtles, and more. The relatively remote location helps to preserve the natural beauty of this archipelago, making it an unspoiled and beautiful island paradise in Indonesia.
5. Bangka Belitung Islands
Located off the mainland coast of Sumatra, Bangka Belitung Island is famous for its idyllic white sand beaches, iconic granite rocks, and palm trees. But beyond the translucent waters and hypnotic sunsets, the town is also home to impressive cultural and historical sites, many of which are colonial-era heritage buildings that offer a charming natural view. From this archipelago, tourists can also venture onto the surrounding small inhabited islands to discover an even more unspoiled natural beauty.
6. Wae Rebo
This charming Indonesian village of Flores is increasingly recognized worldwide for its unique charm. Its iconic cone-shaped main houses, nicely aligned against a backdrop of picturesque mountains and occasional mist, are adored by national and international tourists. Located in an isolated mountainous region, do not miss the surrounding nature, with its orchids, fauna and thriving tropical greenery.
7. Islands Of Nusa
Often referred to as the “Maldives of Bali”, this chain of three islands off the coast of Bali is a booming tropical paradise with natural attractions that many beliefs outperform the famous mainland. Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan each have their specialties, but all three offer a magnificent underwater scene, with flourishing fauna and flora, translucent water and a calm surface. The area is ideal for diving, snorkeling or aquatic sports. Other favorite activities are cliff jumping in Nusa Ceningan, crossing the yellow bridge between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, caving, hiking and more.
Indonesia is so beautiful. But these are my favorite top 8 vacation spots in Indonesia