7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited

From Sabang to Merauke, Indonesia expanse like a tapestry with outstanding natural beauty. Ranging from natural resources under the sea to mountain ranges, Indonesia is a champion. Like the beach? Indonesia has a row of beach that will not run out to explore. Like a mountain? Indonesia has a list of mountains waiting for you soon climb.

Not only abundant natural resources, culture in Indonesia is very diverse. Each region has a distinctive culture that make this country more colorful. Still dubious wealth of their own country? The following summary of 10 attractions in Indonesia that you must visit:

1. Pulau Komodo (Komodo Island) 

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
The island of Komodo in the Komodo National Park along with the other islands around the islands of Nusa Tenggara. In 1986, UNESCO set sights on Indonesia as one of the world heritage site. The island is considered as the Komodo dragon habitat must be protected. One of the highest honors that were achieved are successfully entered the ranks of the seven natural wonders of the world, or better known as the New Seven Wonders of Nature in 2011.

These attractions offer the natural beauty of the land and underwater incredible. There are many things you can do here, from trekking, diving to snorkerling.

For trekking, you can explore the island with a group and a ranger or guide. On the way, you can find dragons are hunting prey or resting. Ranger will equip you with a forked stick ends. This stick is believed to weaken the animal when the dragons started to attack. By pressing the neck dragons using a forked end of the stick, these animals will instantly tame. It is important for you to keep every movement when walking because these animals are very sensitive to sudden movements.

Diving and snorkeling in the waters of Komodo Island is no less exciting. This tourist spot is also known by the natural beauty of the underwater and become one of the favorite dive sites. Another interesting feature is the presence or Pink Beach Pink Beach. This beach is one of the seven beaches in the world which has a reddish-colored sand. This color is probably derived from coral fragments were crushed and mixed together with sand. When exposed to the waves, the red color has become increasingly apparent due to wet. 

2. Trio Gili

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
Gili Trio are three beautiful islands in Lombok. The other three islands between Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. All three are not only known by domestic tourists, but also has succeeded in attracting more foreign tourists to come.

Of the three islands, Gili Trawangan is arguably the most popular. In addition to its size is larger than the two other islands, here also has established many entertainment venues such as bars and cafes. There are many activities you can do in these attractions ranging from sunbathing, diving to snorkeling. Even more fun, you can also rent a bike or ride cidomo, a kind of horse-drawn carriage wagon, to get around the island.

Although Gili Trawangan more visited, but Gili Meno and Gili Air is not less interesting. Both islands also have beautiful beaches and underwater world waiting for you to explore. Atmosphere both relatively quiet and calm so suitable for you who really want to escape from the crowds. 

3. Raja Ampat

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
 Raja Ampat be excellent new in the world of tourism in Indonesia. The charm of the tourist attractions in Indonesia is widely known by both domestic and foreign tourists. Raja Ampat itself is a collection of islands at the tip of Papua. There are four main islands here, namely Waigeo, Misool, Salawati and Batanta.Natural wealth under the sea Raja Ampat not be doubted. Waters in the tourist spot is known as one of the best diving and snorkeling locations in the world. The Nature Conservancy even mention that about 75% of world marine life can be found in the waters of Raja Ampat. To prove it, please prepare your dive perlengakapan and start exploring the underwater nature. October and November is called as the best time to dive here because of the weather and water conditions are ideal.Besides diving, you can explore the beauty of the mainland islands in Raja Ampat. Locals will be happy to offer his services as a guide. During
the trekking, you can also stop by the homes of citizens and interact
directly or buy handicrafts such as statues Asmat and traditional
musical instruments as a souvenir of their work.

4. Taman Laut Bunaken ( Bunaken Marine Park )

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory VisitedBunaken Marine Park became one of the tourist spots in Indonesia are again designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site, precisely in 2005. This is due to the richness and diversity of marine life were remarkable ranging from coral reefs, sea grass to fish species.

This tourist spot has more than 30 diving spots are a favorite of many domestic and foreign divers. In addition to diving and in direct contact with the fish here, you can also dive with the submarine that has been provided. The ship has a transparent glass wall to let you see underwater scenery Bunaken Marine Park without being exposed to water and damp. Hmm, interesting!

5. Bali

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
Who does not know Bali? Difficult to choose what is most attractive tourist in Bali, because almost all corners of Bali is the remarkable sights. Bali has a lot of very beautiful natural beauty ranging from a series of beaches, mountains atmosphere to pretend sacred. Of the many interesting sights, the most popular tourist ears of course Kuta Beach, Legian Beach, Seminyak Beach, Tanah Lot and the rural atmosphere of Ubud.

Bali became evident that in order to attract the attention of the international community, culture and values distinctiveness need not be sacrificed. While maintaining the culture, Bali is attracting more foreign tourists to come. Here, you'll see a collection of many foreign tourists who were enjoying the performances of Balinese art and culture.  

6. Candi Borobudur

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
Borobudur is the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world. Tourist attractions in Indonesia is designated by UNESCO as a world
heritage site in 1991. Borobudur was buried volcanic ash from the
eruption of Mount Merapi, until it was discovered by Sir Thomas Stamford
Raffles in 1814.
attractions in Indonesia is estimated to be built in the year 824. The
building is composed of volcanic and form a beam 504 Buddha statues, 72
stupas and a stupa right on top of the temple.
Myth, if you put your hand into the hole stupa and managed to touch the statue that is in it, then your wish will come true. Here, you can also buy a variety of souvenirs ranging from T-shirts, key chains, fan until the miniature Borobudur.At
the celebration of Vesak, the Borobudur Temple become the central
gathering many Buddhists from various parts of the world such as Tibet
and Thailand.
This ritual became one tourist attraction here. The most in demand by tourists is the top event in the form of the release of lanterns into the sky. Lanterns will be released along with the prayers and hopes for the year ahead.

7. Tanah Toraja

7 Places in Indonesia that Mandatory Visited
Tana Toraja has outstanding natural beauty ranging from green rows of mountains and foothill. Beside rich in nature, sights d Indonesia is also rich ancestral culture that is still maintained today. Here, there are many ancient traditions are still preserved, one of which is Signs Solo '.

Signs Solo 'is a funeral ceremony in Tana Toraja. What pulled funerals? Eits, customary funeral rites Tana Toraja you can not miss. Signs Solo 'is the only ceremony eater most expensive in Indonesia and possibly the world. The ceremony is carried out for days at a cost that is not small. One of the rituals performed are slaughtered buffalo. Buffalo is not enough to just one. The higher-caste people who died, the more buffalo are sacrificed.

Tana Toraja people believe that as long as there is buried, the dead person is the person who is sick. His body was accidentally injected with formalin to not rot while waiting for a family to organize Signs Solo '. The man who died was considered only moderate in pain conditions only. The family still treat him like a person who is still alive, engage her in conversation and joking. If it has been done Signs Solo ', then the family believes the person is already dead.

If Signs Solo 'less challenging for you, try to visit Londa or hanging-style dining Tana Toraja. Here, you can find many coffins were hung in a cave in a steep cliff. Dare to visit? 

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