Indonesia is a giant archipelago, comprised of over 13,600 islands. Its most famous destination is Bali, which is an island paradise with beaches, mountains, Hindu temples, art, culture, nature, rich dramatic and dance arts, gorgeous Batik fabrics, carved masks and wonderful, kind people. There is so much to see and do on this little island that many people spend 1-2 weeks here, even though you could drive around the entire island in less than a day. Just to the east, Lomboc is primarily Muslim, but is similar to Bali in most all other aspects. The lsland of Java has many ancient temples, from the Buddhist Borabadur, to the Hindu Prambanan. There are many interesting cities to discover such as Jakarta and Yogyakarta. Komodo Island has the famous “living dinosaur,” the Komodo dragon. Explore this amazing countryside, from volcanoes to national parks, paddling down the Mahakam River of Borneo or hiking through the Ujong Kulon National Park. The islands are host to a rich array of flora and fauna, featuring orangutans, Probiscus monkeys, crocodiles, snakes, and a tremendous variety of bird life. If you like adventure you can visit the Batak tribes in the Toba region of Sumatra or the people of Toraja Land with their fascinating hanging cliff graves. Indonesia has many worlds for you to explore.
● Relax in your pool suite at a resort in Bali
● Go trekking through terraced rice fields of Ubud
● Bike through local artist villages
● Visit ancient ruins of Borabodur
● Visit the Kimodo Dragon on Komodo Island
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Languages: Bahasa Indonesia (official), English, Dutch, Javanese, and more than 580 other languages and dialects
● This is one of the world’s largest Archipelago’s situated on the “Ring of Fire”.
● The country has 400 volcanoes, and about 100-150 of these remain active making up 75% of all active volcanoes in the world.
● The islands are so vast, 17508 islands, it would take 48 years to spend one day at each island. Some of these remote islands make up the last unmapped areas in the world.
● Indonesia is home to some of the rarest creatures in the world, including miniature deer, fish that climb trees to catch insects and spiders that catch and devour small birds in giant webs.
● ‘The Sangiran Early Man Site’, situated in Indonesia, has the status of a World Heritage Site and has served as home to around half of the world's hominid fossils.
● Indonesia is home to Komodo dragon (varanus komodoensis), the largest lizard in the world.
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