Spectacular Spot in Indonesia

At the moment, there are several destinations worth to visit in Indonesia, since it is diverse and wide with 17,000 islands. Among these wonderful site, there are a few must visit places here that you should know about. From the largest volcanic lake in the world in Sumatra, Paradise Island Bali, the best diving spot in Raja Ampat, World Heritage Site in Komodo Island and many more.

Mount Bromo, an eerie landscape with legends and myths

Posted at 29 Sep 2014

Mt Bromo volcano is a scenic tourist destination in East Java. The volcano is noted for its spectacular sunrises, and majestic views across to Semeru volcano to the south. The view of the sunrise has to be one of the most breathtaking views one will ever see. The nearby town of Malang has a real Dutch flavour and is a great place to wander around.

More

Gili Island : Remote Island off Bali

Posted at 29 Sep 2014

The Gili Islands are an archipelago of three small islands, Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air, just off the northwest coast of Lombok, Indonesia.The islands are a popular destination for tourists looking for a remote island experience.

More

Komodo National Park

Posted at 29 Sep 2014

Being one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Indonesia, it is one of the must visit places in Indonesia. The park lies in the Wallacea Region and identified by WWF and Conservation International as global conservation priority area.

More

Tana Toraja

Posted at 29 Sep 2014

Tana Toraja, literally means land of Toraja, is a highland situated in the region of Southern Sulawesi, Indonesia. Situated in the central highlands of South Sulawesi, about 328km north of Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi Province, it is well known as the Land of Heavenly Kings. A land almost lost in time, it spans with green lush rice terraces, tall limestone and bamboo graves with blue misty mountains as backdrop.

 

More

Lake Toba

Posted at 29 Sep 2014

Lake Toba, also known as Danau Toba, is the largest volcanic lake in the world measuring at 1,707 sq ft. It is formed by a gigantic volcanic eruption some 70,000 years ago and probably the world’s biggest caldera. As a fact, Lake Toba was a product of a massive supervolcanic eruption about 77,000 years ago, being known as the Toba catastrophe theory that are rumored to have killed many of the human population.

More