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      Indonesia

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      The sprawling archipelago of over 17,000 islands constitutes Indonesia. If you are planning to visit Indonesia in April, be ready to be intrigued by the countless natural landscapes, islands and their pristine white beaches. Discover the most beautiful sights, from glorious temples to majestic temples or lush equatorial forests.

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      Indonesia, the land of cultural vibes, everlasting serenity in its beaches, water villas and what not. This land is gifted with outlandish wonders of surreal island encompassed with vivid wildlife.

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      Bali is one of the most awaited destinations for many tourists. As the endearing view of the island steals the heart of the many. The distinctive name for Bali “Islands of the gods” is totally drool worthy.

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      Bali, an island in Indonesia is known as the ‘Island of the Gods’. This tropical destination is no less than a paradise. A honeymooner’s haven, Bali sees tourists all round the year from all around the globe. Adorned with hillside temples, pristine beaches, mountains, and volcanoes, there is much to see and do in Bali.

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      One of the most popular and desired travel destinations in Southeast Asia, Indonesia is home to some of the idyllic beaches. For those of you who are failing to plan where you should be visiting for a perfect beachside vacation this year, Indonesia is your best bet.

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      Everyone ranging from the Obamas to the Kardashians have been on holiday to Indonesia. Everyone on Instagram has seemingly been on a holiday to Indonesia. In all probability, many of your friends have been on a holiday to Indonesia. Read more

      Packed with over 17,000 breathtaking islands and blessed with multicultural diversity, Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago and Southeast Asia’s least explored hidden gem.

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      “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page” – Saint Augustine.

      A traveler has no horizon that awaits him/her, like a far seen ally between the sky and the earth which is never true and which keeps extending. Indonesia is one such country that needs to be explored, read and written in the book of any traveler. Very well recognized as the world's largest island country, Indonesia is located in Southeast Asia between the Indian and the Pacific oceans.

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      The archipelago of Indonesia consists of more than 13,000 islands and each of them have a unique and different diversity. Indonesia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and especially in South-East Asia region.

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      Jumping out of an airplane probably 10,000 feet above ground level and floating above the clouds is indeed on the bucket lists of thrill-seekers. Skydiving in Indonesia which in turn is situated between the Indian and Pacific oceans is a one-of-its-kind experience that continues to attract adventure junkies to its shore year after year.

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      Cover Image Credits: Pixabay The "Island of the Gods" is unlocking! Yes, the resort island of Bali reopens tourism, which is a welcome news for many travelers. Home to 40 lakh people, the island accounts for over 39 percent of tourism in the country - domestic and international included. Read more

      Indonesia is soon becoming one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. With more than 17000 islands, Indonesia has a lot to offer. The entire country is mesmerizingly beautiful, and colorful.

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      Jakarta is the epitome of a bustling Asian metropolis, with more than 10 million people calling it home. It is also the capital city of Indonesia and the first port of call on any Indonesian holiday. Beyond exploring the old city of Jakarta and the modern attractions of the glitzy and grimy city, Jakarta is an awesome destination for shopping.

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      Think of Indonesia and most of us will talk about Bali. However, the capital city of Indonesia i.e. Jakarta has a lot to offer in terms of modern city life of the country. While Bali is a more laid back city, Jakarta has its own uniqueness and thus you should plan a Jakarta sightseeing tour.

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      A land gifted with pristine beaches, exotic water villas on serene islands, vibrant tribes and their cultural ethos. No! We are not talking about a fascinating dream but about Indonesian landscapes.There are many surreal places in Indonesia, and together they offer a mix of outlandish island wonders and spine-chilling adventures. Here’s a list of the most beautiful places in Indonesia, covering islands, beaches and lakes for the water babies; national parks for wildlife lovers; active volcano sites for adventurous souls; and places for city explorers.

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      Here’s a relief to those who were about to cancel their upcoming Indonesia vacation! The Health Minister of Indonesia has declared the country Coronavirus-free. Read more

      Indonesia is a diverse country and thus, enjoys a rich culture and tradition. This country is a home for more than two hundred and thirty million people with various religious and cultural backgrounds.

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      Clear blue waters, stunning ocean vistas, long stretches of sandy beaches, happening beach parties,hopping islands, tropical waterfalls, organic cafes, and picturesque hotels, it's no wonder Indonesia has gained so much popularity as a tourist destination in the recent past.

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      Indonesia, the land of Islands, is a collection of more than seventeen thousand islands. No wonder why it is the world's largest Island country. Gili Island is just one among those 1000s. If you look at the Indonesia map, you can hardly find this Gili Island. Actually, Gili Island is a collection of three islands off the coast of Lombok.

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      The world's largest island country, Indonesia--located between the Indian and Pacific oceans is a paradise for those in love of scuba diving. More than 17,000 islands surrounded by pristine blue sea is home to the richest and most diversified marine life where you could take deep dive to enjoy the company of over 3,000 species of fish amidst unspoiled coral reefs.

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      Many people wait to go to this serene island in Indonesia called Bali. with such spectacular views, hospitable people and divine culture, everybody wants to go there again once they visit this place.

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      Cameron Highlands is a lush green heaven located in Malaysia’s Pahang District. Famed for its tea plantations, this hill station is brimming with nature’s brilliance. The panorama is something straight out of fantasy. It is a major tourist attraction of Malaysia, located in close proximity to Kuala Lumpur. As you take a trip to Cameron Highlands, you will stumble upon waterfalls, plantations, farms, gardens, forests lands and water bodies.

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      A honeymoon in Indonesia can be as exciting or laid back as you want it to be. With over 13000 large and small tropical islands, there is no end to its white sandy coastline making for a perfect sun soaked holiday.

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      Beaches, temples, villas - Bali is filled with the most exotic of experiences. But if you wish to explore the truly natural side of this island paradise, you will have to look a little further and venture off the beaten track. Immerse yourselves in a stimulating Bali hiking tour

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      Bali is truly a paradise for people who love to admire the beauty of beaches and the ancient temples for which this Indonesian Island is famous. Not just this stands out to be one of the best places for honeymoon, but one can also plan a family travel to Bali.

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