Things To See in Indonesia

Indonesia has eight main islands, but overall the country consists of over 13,000 islands, making it the largest archipelago in the world. These islands all offer different sight-seeing opportunities so you just wish to decide where you need to begin your travels around the islands.

Sumatra, one of the main islands, is full of jungle-like rainforest, rice fields, tranquil waterfalls and, of course, white sandy beaches. In the north of the island is Lake Toba which is the largest in South-East Asia and has spectacular scenery all around.

Arguably the best known of the islands is Bali, a haven for surfers and beach lovers. The surrounding waters are warm so diving is common around the island, and marine life is very alive also.

UNESCO have listed 6 world heritage sites around Indonesia, the most recent being Lorentz National Park which is a colliding point of two continental plates resulting in high mountains. At over 2.5 million hectares in size, it is the largest protected area in South-East Asia.

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