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      Indonesia

      Lombok Beach houses some of the most electrifying places that offer the most lively night filled with music beats and drinks. Isn’t it the exact opposite image of what you thought Lombok would be? Well, Lombok island is quieter and serene in the day but the night brings out the liveliness of the island when nobody goes to sleep.

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      There's a good news for everyone who are planning a trip to Singapore or Indonesia! It's time for the Vesak Festival and super festive times! This part of Southeast Asia is home to millions of Buddhists, and May-end marks the time for year's biggest festival for every follower of Buddhism. It’s the Buddha’s birthday! Popularly known as the Vesak Day or Waisak Day which means a full moon day, this one is considered to be the most auspicious occasion by Buddhists. Read more

      Often spelled and pronounced Jogjakarta or Yogya or Jogja, Yogyakarta is one of the most beautiful and exciting places in Indonesia. It’s a favourite with backpackers and a quaint, little pretty place which makes it an ideal destination for honeymoon too. The best part about this place is that its cheap and offers so much to explore.

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      Nusa Dua is an upscale beach resort destination in the Southern part of Bali. Some of the top five-star resorts and hotels are located on this side of Bali and the beaches here are very well maintained, with clear blue waters and white shorelines. Some of the best beaches like Geger, Nusa Dua beach, Pandawa Beach

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      When it comes to finding the best destinations for having a bachelor party, Jakarta is one of the most underrated places in Asia. Though Thailand and Bangkok are the favorites in the list, but even Jakarta doesn’t fail to make the last days of bachelorhood a fascinating one. From the extravagant places to go for parties, Read more

      The beautiful island of Bali isn’t just a place, but a balmy state of mind. Just the thought of it fills one’s mind with picturesque images of sparkling sand beaches and deep blue waters. The island of Bali is a paradisiacal getaway with luxury resorts and private pool villas catering to the qualms of all its visitors. Read more

      Indonesia is an astonishing island nation, and offers some absolutely unique experiences to its visitors. With gorgeous islands, pristine beaches, azure ocean, unexplored forests and rare wildlife, you can be sure of an unforgettable vacation.

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      Venturing deep into the interior of Bali gives you a whole new and different perspective of this beautiful island. About 20% of the island is covered by picturesque rice fields while the interior is covered by dense jungles. Drier areas are filled with savannah, scrub, and barren volcanic cones that makes Bali’s lush greenery look stunning. Read more

      To embark on the journey of a lifetime, no place has been able to surpass the aura and charm of Indonesia so far. Whether you wish for a romantic, adventurous, laid-back, or a lavish vacation,

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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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      This tiny and interesting country is divided into two parts: east and west. The eastern side is an independent country named by Timor Leste while the western one is a part of an Indonesian group of islands. So wherever you are heading, there is a lot to do on the island. Read more

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      Yogyakarta is a beautiful place in Indonesia where you can spend a few days with your friends and family on a vacation. The food is great, the people are friendly, and the countryside is absolutely scenic and gorgeous. Very close to Borobudur, this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site is also known as Jogja.

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      Bali is known to be one of the perfect holiday destination in Indonesia that is famous for its pristine beaches, surreal bays, and turquoise waters. However, this romantic tropical paradise is also great to visit with families, and especially with young children. Read more

      The cultural and artistic hub of the island of Java, Yogyakarta is not only famous for its serene atmosphere but also for the diverse variety of food offered by the locals in their kiosks. If you are planning to explore Indonesia anytime soon then make sure you include Yogyakarta in your itinerary and sample some of the traditional and flavorsome food that they have to offer.

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      They say ‘a trip to Bali’ changes you from within and without. They may not be entirely wrong though! Who would have thought a tropical paradise like Bali would be equally charming just like the local ambiance and food of this city.

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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

      Even though the requirements for Indonesian visa for Indians have become less complicated over time, there is still a lot of confusion out there. Read more

      In today’s day and age, traveling is considered a form of escapism to some while a lifestyle to others. The reasons to travel could be several pertaining to one’s age, the nature of their job, academics or just plain preference among others. Whether you travel for fun or work- it teaches you the things you couldn’t have learned otherwise.

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      Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is a city of global repute due to its several attributes. It is the largest city of Indonesia and the centre of the nation’s economy, culture and politics that equally leaves a major impact on the rest Asian markets.

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      Today we will take you to the secret gardens of Sambangan in Bali. Contrary to what the name might suggest, these are not some hidden gardens. Read more

      Jakarta is nicknamed “The Big Durian” for its strong-smelled fruit native to the region. It sits on the northwest coast of the island of Java and has a historic blend of cultures ranging from the Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European, this mix has greatly influenced its architecture, cuisine and language.

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      The capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta is a huge metropolis that houses diverse cultures and various ethnic groups in its heart. An exquisite example of modernisation, it has rapidly expanded from villages to a busy yet beautiful megapolitan city.

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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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