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Cheap Flights to Indonesia

Officially called the Republic of Indonesia, the country is an archipelago of several thousands of islands and is a sovereign state located in Southeast Asia. Indonesia spans the equator between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. It shares a land border with Malaysia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea.

Indonesia is composed of over 18,000 islands with only 6,00 inhabited. This makes the country the largest archipelago in the world as well as the largest country in Southeast Asia. This sprawling archipelago, with its natural beauty and diverse geography, draws many travelers to visit Indonesia. It is also popular for its historical legacy and cultural variety.

When planning a holiday in Indonesia, there are definitely many places to visit, sights to see and activities to do. Here are just a few of more popular tourist destinations in Indonesia to add to the itinerary and should not be missed:

Bali – Of course what is a trip to Indonesia without stopping by the popular, Bali. While it has gained a reputation of being tourist-packed, it is undoubtedly still one of the most beautiful places to visit while in Indonesia. It has some of the best beaches in the country as well as several historical and cultural sites such as the Ulawatu Temple and the Pura Tanah Lot.

Jakarta – The capital and largest city of Indonesia, Jakarta is the economic, cultural and political center of the country. It is a bustling city with many sights to offer. One of the most popular destinations in the city is Ancol Dreamland. It is a resort destination that includes an amusement park, golf course and several other recreational facilities. There are 27 rides, 8 pools and 8 shows in Ancol Dreamland. Other attractions in Jakarta include the National Museum, National Monuments and National Gallery.

Yogyakarta – Located in Java, Yogyakarta is also known as Jogja or Jogjakarta. It is considered to be the educational and cultural center of Indonesia. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations thanks to its close proximity to world-renowned Borobudur and Prambanan temples. Many travellers make Yogyakarta their home base when visiting these temples. However, the city itself is also worth a tour with the main street and alleyways offering street arts and native crafts ranging from silverworks to local puppets as well as a variety of street food.

Lombok – An island located in West Nusa Tenggara, Lombok was once considered to be the unspoiled alternative to Bali. While Lombok has seen rapid development and an increasing number of tourist arrivals, it still has the allure of undeveloped and natural landscapes. Lombok is home to pristine white sand beaches and a sea that is filled with marine life and gorgeous blue corals. For non-marine attractions, there is the majestic Mount Rinjani, which is the second highest volcano in the country standing 3,626 meters tall.

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