Discover The Most Beautiful Places In Indonesia

The sprawling archipelago with more than 17,000 islands, 300 sweats, and countless scenic landscapes explores. From magnificent mountains to glorious temples, discover the most beautiful places in Indonesia.

  • Dieng Plateau

Located at an altitude of 2,000 meters (6,562 feet) above sea level, Dieng Plateau is one of Indonesia's finest destinations, not just wise weather. Whether it's a natural or cultural destination, there are many things to see and do in Dieng Plateau. Apart from the extensive mountain view of forests and distant villages, this highland also has a multicolored lake, hot springs and ancient Hindu temples. Once a year, tourists flock to the long-awaited celebration venue which includes traditional rituals, performances and jazz over the clouds.

  • Borobudur Temple

The world's largest Buddhist sanctuary is a must-visit attraction, not only because of its religious significance but also because of its beauty and charm. Built around the 8th century, this temple reflects the country's long and complex history covering religion, culture, customs, architecture and more. Tourists can observe the ornate and exquisite stone carvings, look at the main main structure, and indulge in the breathtaking ocean view that includes sunrise, forests and distant hills.

  • Komodo National Park

Komodo is another great and universal lizard, and is one of the most wonderful creatures on earth - an object that you can only encounter in the wild in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. Komodo captivates as it is, hardly the only interesting thing in this series of exotic islands that make up Komodo National Park. The three islands - Komodo, Badar and Rinka - enjoy magnificent hills and beach views, along with a charming coastline, lush tropical hills and a thriving underwater wildlife. Komodo Island also has a famous pink sandy beach, while Padar Island has an iconic hill overlooking three magnificent bays.

  • Raja Ampat

With one of the most vibrant 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 spectacular view of the island, Raja Ampat is still considerably slow due to its distant location and wide stature. More than just a divers' paradise, Raja Ampat also makes an unforgettable destination for birdwatchers, photographers, adventurers and even those who yearn for a luxurious holiday with a magnificent view on a distant island.

  • Mount Bromo

Surrounded by smoke and multicolored skies, this volcano has become one of Indonesia's most famous sights. Watching the sunrise at Mount Bromo from Java Island is a popular journey that offers an unforgettable experience. The volcano also shares an area with a vast desert, mountains and other lush hills, sweeping flower fields, and some waterfalls, most of which can be explored in a day or two.

  • Ubud

As the capital of arts and culture in Bali, Ubud fascinates tourists behind elegant art galleries and traditional vivid performances. Ubud is also one of the most beautiful neighborhoods on the popular island. For example, the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a place to visit in Bali. Ubud's lush tropical forests, tranquil rivers and other natural features have provided many health institutions with a peaceful setting. Even a normal picnic or meal in this area may come with a beautiful view of nature or architecture.