Travelling Indonesia you will experience an new world of amazing historic, and landscape beauty. It also has some of the worlds best diving beaches. Indonesia has a mind blowing number of islands; 17,000. It is the world’s largest group/chain of islands. With Asia on one side and Australia on the other, eighty percent of its area is sea with beautiful clear waters.
It is something to witness with your own eyes to grasp the reality of its beauty.
Tourism is a major industry in Indonesia. Its rich culture and nature attracts tourists from all over the world. However, out of these 17,000 islands, the most popular tourist destinations, to mention a few, are, the island of Bali, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, East Java, West Java, North Sumatra, South Sulawesi, Lampung, South Sumatra, Banten, and West Sumatra, Lombok.
The lowland has a tropical climate and gets abundant rainfall and is humid with high temperatures. Time to enjoy the beautiful beaches on the clear seas of Indonesia.
Apart from the archeological wonders, the architect of ancient builds and sites, the spread of active volcanoes add another layer of wonder. It will unleash the spirit of expedition in you.
There are numerous cultures and traditions, and they co-exist in harmony. Indonesia has some of the world best hotels, spas and golf course.
Don’t forget to bring your golf clubs!
The chart below states the Indonesian Regions ( ex, Sumatra), then the Province, with the Capital:
Caution: Drinking Water
Tap water is not drinkable in Indonesia. Water or ice served to you in restaurants may have been purified and/or boiled, but do ask. Bottled water, usually known as Aqua after the best-known brand, is cheap and available everywhere, but check that the seal is intact. Most hotels do provide free bottled water.
Also beware of ice which may not have been prepared with potable water or kept in hygienic conditions. If you have weak stomach, it is better not to order beverages with ice cubes.