6 Fascinating Places To Visit With Cheap Holidays To Indonesia

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A transcontinental country with a major part in Southeast Asia and some portions in Oceania, kynghidongduong.vn Indonesia is the largest island country in the world and has over 13,000 islands. It became independent in 1945, with Sukarno as the nation's first President and Mohammad Hatta as the Vice President. In recent times, the country has the world's 16th largest economy in terms of nominal GDP. Tourism has a significant contribution to the national GDP of Indonesia. Millions of tourists from different parts of the world visit this country every year to explore its wonderful offerings:

1. Komodo National Park: This UNESCO World Heritage Site covers many islands, including the five major ones. Tourists visiting this park during their Indonesia holidays can witness the fierce and deadly komodos in their natural surroundings. However, they have to spend on transportation, guides, and other services in addition to the entrance fee. While in the park, they can also indulge in some exciting activities, such as snorkelling, hiking, and canoeing.

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2. Beaches of Bali: Whenever tourists visiting this country feel the need to unwind, they head straight to Bali. This Indonesian island is globally renowned for its lush green volcanic mountains, rice terraces, and some gorgeous beaches. Among the well-known beaches of this island is Kuta, which gives its visitors the opportunity to enjoy sunbathing and surfing. Other popular beaches in this part of Indonesia are Sanur and Nusa Dua.

3. Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud: Upon visiting the Sacred Monkey Forest in the town of Ubud in Bali during their cheap Indonesia holidays, the tourists would come across numerous long-tailed macaques. Hinduism in Bali incorporates various aspects from different religions, which makes it different from the other forms of Hinduism practised globally.

4. Tanjung Puting National Park: Located in Kalimantan on the island of Borneo, this national park is home to the world's largest population of orangutans. Borneo is the best place to witness these endangered species in the natural surroundings. They can also be found in a Sumatran tourism village called Bukit Lawang. Many of the travellers who are not able to visit Borneo usually go to Bukit Lawang for watching the orangutans in action.

5. Pura Tanah Lot: Built in the sea on a rock formation, this is among the most famous temples on the island of Bali. Many tourists make a trip to this renowned attraction during their cheap holidays to Indonesia and browse the stalls nearby to buy some excellent souvenirs. A portion of rock on which it sits has been rebuilt, as it had begun to deteriorate years ago.

6. Gunung Rinjani: The second-highest volcano in the country, Gunung Rinjani has a partially-filled crater lake which has been named Anak Laut by the locals, meaning 'Child of the Sea'. This refers to the colour of its water, which is similar to the blue colour of the sea. Both the volcano and the lake have been protected by Gunung Rinjani National Park. Adventure-seekers visit this national park to indulge in an arduous climb to the highest point of Mount Gunung.

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