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Here’s Why Indonesia Is Truly God’s Own Country.





There are some places in the world, make you develop a sudden liking towards them. It may be because of the natural beauty of the place, the food you had there or something else. For me, for example, it’s always the people. If I feel that warmth in local people and connect to the community in a way I do back home, I know that I can love the place. This is the reason why I have always adored the Himalayas. And this is why I loved Indonesia too.

But that’s not the only reason why I loved Indonesia, or why I decided to write this article at first place. Indonesia, as I explored during my few days of stay in Jakarta, has much more to offer than an overdose of warmth in its people. It has world-class beaches, mountains, colorful metropolis, tantalizing food, amazingly friendly people and a promising digital-nomad scene. if you can find it somewhere else in the world, you can find it in Indonesia.

Also the mythology of Indonesia is very diverse, the Indonesian people consisting of hundreds of ethnic groups, each with their own myths and legends that explain the origin of their people, the tales of their ancestors and the demons or deities in their belief systems.



1.Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep Waterfall, North Lombark.

1.Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep Waterfall, North Lombark.

Tiu Kelep Waterfall is truly the most beautiful waterfall , beauty at its best.



2.Sunrise at Kenjeran, East Java.

2.Sunrise at Kenjeran, East Java.

Kenjeran is a leisure area named for its beach, a sandy strip known for sunrise views from its rustic wooden jetties, plus fishing boats and amusement rides. A colorful fountain display draws crowds to modern Jembatan Suroboyo bridge, while nearby Suramadu Bridge is popular for its evening lights.

3.Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua.

 3.Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua.

The Raja Ampat Islands are an Indonesian archipelago off the northwest tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula in West Papua. Comprising hundreds of jungle-covered islands, Raja Ampat is known for its beaches and coral reefs rich with marine life.

4.Situ Gunung National Park, Sukabumi, West Java.

4.Situ Gunung National Park, Sukabumi, West Java.

Visitors usually enter the park by one of the four gates of the park: the Cibodas, Gunung Putri, and Selabintana gates, all give access to the peaks; the Situ Gunung gate gives entrance to a lake area set aside mainly for family-style recreation. Cibodas gate is the most popular entrance gate and is the site of the park's headquarters. From Jakarta, the area is two hours drive, usually via Cibodas Botanical Gardens.

5.BaiturRahman Grand Mosque, Sumatra.

5.BaiturRahman Grand Mosque, Sumatra.

Baiturrahman Grand Mosque is a Mosque located in the center of Banda Aceh city, Aceh Province, Indonesia. The Baiturrahman Grand Mosque is a symbol of religion, culture, spirit, strength, struggle and nationalism of the Acehnese people.

6.Tanah Lot temple, Bali.

6.Tanah Lot temple, Bali.

Historical Hindu temple & iconic pilgrimage site built on a dramatic rock formation in the sea.

7.The Magnificent Three Color Lakes, Mount Kelimutu, Flores.

7.The Magnificent Three Color Lakes, Mount Kelimutu, Flores.

According to Indonesia Travel, Kelimutu's westernmost lake, Tiwu ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People) is usually blue. Lake Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai (Lake of Young Men and Maidens) is typically green, and Tiwu Ata Polo (Bewitched or Enchanted Lake) is usually red. However, the lakes can and do change color at any time—even to black.

As Indonesia'd reports, "A few years ago, the lakes were white, turquoise and red. In November 2009, they were black, turquoise, and a coca-cola brown. And again in July 2010, the lakes were resplendent in various shades of green."

8.Borobudur Temple, Central Java.

8.Borobudur Temple, Central Java.

Borobudur, or Barabudur is a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist temple in Magelang Regency, not far from the town of Muntilan, in Central Java, Indonesia.

It is the world's largest Buddhist temple. The temple consists of nine stacked platforms, six square and three circular, topped by a central dome

9.Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud Bali.

9.Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud Bali.

Scenic, terraced hillside offering rice paddies amid lush greenery, plus zip lines & jungle swings.

10.Lake Toba, North Sumatra.

10.Lake Toba, North Sumatra.

Lake Toba is a large natural lake in Indonesia occupying the caldera of a supervolcano. The lake is about 100 kilometres long, 30 kilometres wide, and up to 505 metres deep

11.Mount Bromo, Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, East Java.

11.Mount Bromo, Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, East Java.

Mount Bromo, is an active volcano and part of the Tengger massif, in East Java, Indonesia. At 2,329 meters it is not the highest peak of the massif, but is the most well known. The massif area is one of the most visited tourist attractions in East Java, Indonesia.

12.Pura Bratan Temple, Bedugul Beratan Lake, Bali.

12.Pura Bratan Temple, Bedugul Beratan Lake, Bali.

Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Shaivite water temple on Bali, Indonesia. The temple complex is located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul.

13.Papuma Beach, Jember, East Java.

13.Papuma Beach, Jember, East Java.

By a forest, this curved white-sand beach with turquoise water features scenic sunrises & sunsets.

14.A view from Mount Rinjani, Island of Lombok.

14.A view from Mount Rinjani, Island of Lombok.

Mount Rinjani is an active volcano in Indonesia on the island of Lombok. Administratively the mountain is in the Regency of North Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara. It rises to 3,726 metres, making it the second highest volcano in Indonesia.

15.Belitung Island Beaches

15.Belitung Island Beaches

Belitung Island is blessed by the best beaches in Indonesia.The Bangka-Belitung Islands are paradise on earth. The island group consists of Bangka and Belitung Islands, as well as a few other smaller islands.

16.Adorable baby monkey who lives in the Ubud Monkey Forest in Bali.

16.Adorable baby monkey who lives in the Ubud Monkey Forest in Bali.

Cute monkeys lives in Ubud Monkey Forest, Bali, Indonesia

17.The Carstensz Pyramid, Papua Province.

17.The Carstensz Pyramid, Papua Province.

Puncak Jaya or Carstensz Pyramid is the highest summit of Mount Jayawijaya or Mount Carstensz in the Sudirman Range of the western central highlands of Papua Province, Indonesia. Other summits are East Carstensz Peak, Sumantri and Ngga Pulu

18.Jogan Beach Waterfall, Yogyakarta.

18.Jogan Beach Waterfall, Yogyakarta.

Hidden behind karst hills, Gunungkidul-at the South of Yogyakarta-turns out to be keeping a waterfall which falls directly to the sea.





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