Top 5 Travel Destinations in Indonesia

Indonesia – A Breathtaking Group of Islands across the Pacific Ocean


Indonesia is a breathtaking group of islands strewn across the Pacific Ocean. Lush rain forests cover the country with steaming active volcanoes rising tall on them. A flourishing and gorgeous marine archipelago surrounds the islands and serves as a home to a one-of-a -kind array of marine fauna and flora.
Indonesia is Oceania’s most unsurprisingly gifted country that boasts of interesting places to explore and exciting things and activities to do. No matter what you need, your Indonesian experience will surely be filled with appreciation and awe for a country rich in both natural beauty and history.

Gili Islands


Lombok’s major draw, Gili Islands has become popular among tourists and backpackers alike for the past few years. These scenic islands is where you can find beaches that can rival Bali’s in terms of beauty and diving opportunities as well as snorkeling at the turtle sanctuary. Gilis is also popular for kayaking and if you are looking for a place where you can replenish your body, mind, and soul, there are also yoga classes available. The Gili Islands offers a more relaxed but equally stimulating alternative to the more popular Bali.

Komodo National Park




One of Indonesia’s most sought after tourist spots, Komodo National Park is nestled between Flores and Sumbawa, along western Nusa Tenggara Timur. This is famous for the presence of huge Monitor Lizards called Komodo Dragons. This is a barren, rugged, and arid island forming a part of Komodo National Park and Marine Reserve. The aerial views further prove that this is undoubtedly one of the most astonishing places in Indonesia.

Ubud, Bali



Ubud is dubbed as the capital of art and culture in Bali that never fails to charm tourists thanks to its sparkling traditional performances and elegant art galleries. Also, Ubud is among the prettiest neighborhoods in this famous island destination. For example, the acclaimed Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a must-visit landmark if you are in Bali. The calming rivers, lush tropical jungles, and many other natural features offer a serene atmosphere to the wellness establishments in the area. Whether you want to grab a meal or go on a casual stroll, this place can offer you a stunning view of architecture or nature.

Tana Toraja




While Toraja is well-known for their notorious funerary rituals, making this highland destination a must-visit place in Sulawesi, there so much more than the errie Tau Tau effigies and groomed corpses that look down from the soaring cave bombs. Tana Toraja is another beautiful destination dotted with tropical jungles and stunning hills. Charming megalithic sites, villages on top of the clouds, ornate traditional houses, and sunrises are other attractions in the area that don’t require you to dig up any grave.

Banda Islands



Banda Islands might be lesser known than Lombok and Bali but they have their unique charm as a getaway destination off the beaten path. This cluster of ten islands perches at the tip of Banda Sea with depths reaching over 6,500 meters. Those in the spice trade love the Bandas because these are rich sources of nutmeg. Dubbed as the best kept secret of Eastern Indonesia, the Bandas hold some untold thrills for sailors and divers.