Top 167 Indonesia Tour Experiences
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An exotic archipelago teeming with tropical islands, dense rainforests, captivating volcanoes, inviting white beaches, turquoise blue waters, and loads more, Indonesia is like a paradise for all wanderers worldwide. Our Indonesia multi-day trips and short breaks include a seemingly endless list of awesome local experiences designed to reveal different charms of this incredible country. Get inspired by some as below and pick great ones for your tailored Indonesia tour.

Bali Island
Bali Island

Tanah Lot temple

Located in Tabanan regency, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most venerated sea temples to the Balinese as well as a hugely popular tourist icon in Indonesia. The temple is famed for its unique offshore...

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Bali Island

Pejaten Village

A visit to Pejaten Village is a great way to discover the art of pottery and ceramics in Bali as well as get a new experience of working with clay. When coming to this village in Tabanan, your local...

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Bali Island

Bali Butterfly Park

Bali Butterfly Park (or Taman Kupu-Kupu in Balinese) is a beautiful park and conservation facility in the Tabanan regency that focuses on research, breeding, and conservation of butterflies. This...

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Bali Island

Pura Beji temple

If you are keen on exploring beautiful temples in Bali, tick off your checklist with a visit to Pura Beji Temple in the northern region of Bali. Dating back to the 15th century, this ancient temple...

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Bali Island

Lake Batur & Mount Batur

Located in Bali’s northeast highlands, Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) and Lake Batur (Danau Batur) are star attractions in the Kintamani region famed for their breathtaking natural views. Mount Batur...

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Bali Island

Besakih Temple

Sit on the southern slopes of the sacred Mount Agung, Besakih Temple, also known as Bali’s ‘mother temple’, is a complex of at least 86 clan temples and shrines in eastern Bali. This is the...

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Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island

Ubud Art Market

Ubud Art Market is the most popular tourist market in Bali that surely makes you fancy and excited whether you are an art lover or not. Locally known as Pasar Seni Ubud, this art market sells...

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Bali Island
Bali Island

Mas Carving Center in Ubud

Mas Carving Center is a traditional village with a focus on the art of wood carving. Located in Ubud, east part of Bali, this artistic countryside develops a distinctive style in carving of wood...

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Bali Island
Bali Island

Rambut Siwi Temple

Picturesquely sit on a clifftop in the east of Yeh Embang village, Jembrana regency, Rambut Siwi Temple is one of the most important sea temples of west Bali. Like Pura Tanah Lot and Pura Luhur Ulu...

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Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island

Lempuyang Temple

Locally known as Pura Lempuyang Luhur, Lempuyang Temple is one of Bali’s oldest and most venerated Balinese Hindu temples that is made up of seven different sanctuaries. Sit on the slopes of Mount...

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Bali Island

Taman Ayun temple

If you’re planning a day trip to West Bali, don’t miss Pura Taman Ayun, one of the most visited temples in the village of Mengwi, Badung regency. Surrounded by moss-covered walls and wide...

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Komodo Island
Bali Island
Bali Island

Sidemen trekking

Located in the Eastside of Bali, Sidemen is the perfect definition of truly amazing countryside with delightful sense of nature and extraordinary views of Gunung Agung. As one of very few tourists...

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Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island

Kecak dance performance

Beside amazing lanscapes and captivating destinations to visit, Kecak dance performance is a prominent feature that well expresses Balinese cultural beauty.  The show is usually held at...

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Bali Island
Bali Island
Bali Island

Batukaru temple

Batukaru Temple, also called Pura Luhur Batukaru by locals, is one of Bali’s nine directional temples that protects the island from evil spirits. Located in Tabanan regency at the foot of namesake...

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Bali Island
Bali Island

Gunung Kawi Temple

If you’re planning a temple-hopping tour in central Bali, don’t miss Gunung Kawi Temple, an ancient Balinese Hindu temple as well as a stunningly unique archeological site near the little town of...

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Bali Island

Peliatan Royal Palace

If you love sightseeing tours to ancient Balinese structures, Peliatan Royal Palace in Ubud is absolutely your place. This 17th-century complex is a holy representative of Hindu majesty and now home...

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Bali Island

ARMA Museum

Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) is surely an unmissable stop for every art lover when on holiday in Bali. Officially opened in 1996, this cultural compound displays a huge collection of paintings and...

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Bali Island

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

As the rice terrace is a signature of Bali, a visit to this place of interest is a must when you’re on the island. And if you’re seeking the best view of rice terraces in Bali, Tegalalang Rice...

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Bali Island

Kehen Temple

Set on the foot of a lush hill in the village of Cempaga, Kehen Temple is an ancient Hindu Balinese temple complex that is considered a miniature of the famous Besakih Temple. The temple represents...

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Bali Island
Bali Island
Flores Island

Batu Cermin Cave

Batu Cermin, or Mirror Rock, is a cave or tunnel located in a stone hill of Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara. What makes it special is when sunlight comes in through a crevice...

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Moni, Flores Island
Java Island

Bogor Botanical Gardens

Great for nature-lovers who yearn for a wonderful day out in nature and enjoy so much green happiness, Bogor Botanical Gardens (Indonesian: Kebun Raya Bogor) are undoubtedly an exceptional attraction...

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Java Island
Java Island

Cangkuang Temple

Nestled under the shady foliage in the village of Kampung Pulo, Cangkuang Temple is a small 8-century Hindu temple that is dedicated to god Shiva. Found to be broken into pieces, the temple was...

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Java Island
Java Island

Green Canyon in Pangandaran

Green Canyon or better known as Cukang Taneuh by local people is a hidden natural wonder for any traveler looking for an excursion from Pangandaran. From the dock, you will take on a ride down the...

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Java Island
Java Island

Sikidang Crater

Molded from volcanic activity in the plateau, Sikidang Crater is one of the most visited places in Dieng. Once you enter the crater complex, you can immediately smell the sulfur in the air and see...

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Java Island

Borobudur Temple

If you’re keen on visiting a place of history and culture in Indonesia, don’t miss out Borobudur Temple, the world's largest Buddhist temple as well as a World Heritage Site inscribed in 1991....

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Java Island

Visit Sonobudoyo Museum

When it comes to top attractions in Yogyakarta City, Sonobudoyo Museum is always among the best places to visit. As Indonesia's second-largest museum, Sonobudoyo contains one of the most complete...

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Java Island
Java Island

Water Castle of Taman Sari

Taman Sari, often called the Water Castle by tourists, is a former royal garden with associated structures built by Hamengku Buwono I, the first sultan of the Yogyakarta kingdom. The original complex...

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Java Island

Prambanan Temple

For all history and culture explorers, Prambanan Temple (locally called RoroJongrang - the slender virgin) is a must-see spot while you are in Central Java. Believed to have been built during the...

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Java Island

Sunset at Ratu Boko Temple

Situated atop a hill at 196m above sea level, Ratu Boko temple is a perfect spot to admire a charming sunset over Yogyakarta. Built during the 8th century by the Syailendra Dynasty, this complex is...

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Java Island

Mount Lawu

If you’re looking for a trip of adventure and nature in Central Java, Mount Lawu has you covered. Known as one of the highest mounts in Indonesia, this huge stratovolcano is an amazing place for...

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Java Island

Cetho and Sukuh temples

Tucked away on slopes of Lawu Mountain, Cetho and Sukuh temples are famous attractions for a day tour from Yogyakarta. Though both sites are fifteenth-century Javanese-Hindu temples, their...

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Java Island

Kemuning tea plantation

As a pleasant gateway to Cetho and Sukuh temples, Kemuning tea garden is an ideally favorite stopover for tea enthusiasts and nature lovers. Upon arrival, make a short tea walk around this...

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Java Island

Mendut Temple

Originally built in the early 9th century during the reign of the Sailendra Dynasty, Mendut is an exquisite Buddhist temple in Central Java that is about 3km east from the mighty Borobudur. With...

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Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island

The Singosari Temple

On the way to Malang city, Singosari Temple is an interesting place to visit for travelers with beautiful architecture and mystical historic stories. Also known as the Cungkup temple, the Singosari...

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Java Island
Java Island

Puh Sarang Church

Located on the slope of Mount Wilis in Kediri city, Puh Sarang is a special Catholic church built in 1931 with a combination of medieval European architecture and Javanese design. The main building...

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Java Island

Trowulan Archeological Site

Covering an area of approximately 100 square kilometers in Mojokerto Regency, Trowulan Archeological Site is believed to be the capital city of Majapahit kingdom, the greatest empire Indonesia ever...

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Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Java Island
Yogyakarta, Java Island

Indonesian Batik technique

Designated as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2009, Batik has become more popular in the world as an art and part of an ancient tradition in Indonesia. To make a batik, the artisans draw...

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Yogyakarta, Java Island

Museum Batik Yogyakarta

Supporting the preservation of authentic batik, Museum Batik Yogyakarta is an interesting tourist attraction to learn about batik, the classic Javanese art and the most favorite textile in Java....

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Yogyakarta, Java Island

Winotosastro Batik Factory

If you desire a fantastic hands-on experience of batik rather than seeing its collections and information, Winotosastro Batik Factory is certainly the place to be in the city of Yogyakarta. This...

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Yogyakarta, Java Island
Yogyakarta, Java Island
Banda Aceh, Sumatra Island

Aceh Tsunami Museum

Located in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, Aceh Tsunami Museum is beautifully designed as a symbolic reminder of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami disaster, as well as an educational center about...

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Banda Aceh, Sumatra Island

Grand Mosque Baiturrahman

Best known as the pride of Banda Aceh, the Grand Mosque Baiturrahman is a dazzling mosque in Mughal revival style with brilliant-white walls, grand black domes and towering minaret. It was rebuilt in...

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Banda Aceh, Sumatra Island

The Museum Negeri Aceh (Aceh State Museum)

The Museum Negeri Aceh, popular known as Banda Aceh Museum or Aceh State Museum is one of the oldest museums in Indonesia, comprising an old traditional building (1914) and a new building (1974). The...

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Weh Island

Iboih Village on Weh Island

Situated at the northwest of the untouched Weh Island, Iboih Village is a beautiful and cozy place for those who like island life, beautiful nature, and beach activities. From Balohan Harbour,...

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Weh Island
Ubud, Bali Island

Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)

Goa Gajah, or better known as the Elephant Cave, is an important archaeological and historical site located just outside of Ubud in Bali. Believed to have been built in the 9th century, the complex...

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Klungkung, Bali Island

Pura Goa Lawah (Bat Cave Temple)

Popular known by tourists as the Bat Cave Temple, Pura Goa Lawah is an ancient 11th-century Balinese Hindu temple that is also one of the most visited attractions on the island of Bali. Built around...

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Karangasem, Bali Island

Tirta Gangga

Named after the sacred river Ganges in Hinduism, Tirta Gangga is a former royal water palace in eastern Bali built by the late King of Karangasem in 1946. This one-hectare complex is a system of...

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Buleleng, Bali Island
Ubud, Bali Island
Padar Island, Komodo Island
Bajawa, Flores Island
Magelang, Java Island
Medan, Sumatra Island

Maimoon Palace

This is a royal palace of the Sultanate of Deli that is also one of the most majestic palaces in Indonesia, making it a well-known landmark in Medan, North Sumatra. The building has two floors with...

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Medan, Sumatra Island
Jakarta, Java Island
Bandung, Java Island
Bandung, Java Island
Bandung, Java Island
Yogyakarta, Java Island
Blitar, Java Island

Penataran Temple

Lying in northeast of Blitar on the lower slopes of Mount Kelud, Penataran is the largest and most important Hindu temple complex in East Java, showing the finest examples of the region’s...

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Blitar, Java Island
Malang, Java Island
Medan, Sumatra Island

Tjong A Fie Mansion

Tjong A Fie Mansion is a majestic two-story mansion in Medan, North Sumatra, built by Tjong A Fie, a famous Chinese merchant who then became the Chinese Major (leader of the Chinese) in the town....

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Samosir Island, Sumatra Island

Explore Lake Toba by boat

Hidden in the highlands and jagged peaks of Northern Sumatra, Lake Toba is one of the most popular destinations in Medan with many unique travel experiences. Considering its size as the largest lake...

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Samosir Island, Sumatra Island
Berastagi, Sumatra Island
Ketambe, Sumatra Island
Tangkahan, Sumatra Island
Yogyakarta, Java Island

Plaosan Temple

Located about a kilometer to the northwest of the Prambanan temple, Plaosan is indeed a beautiful ancient temple complex with a perfect blend of Hindu and Buddhist structure. It is made up of 174...

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Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island

Bori Parinding

A 20-minute drive from Rantepao along winding roads, you will see many big stone monuments like since the megalithic era on the high side of the main road. Those are the menhirs placed in front of...

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Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island

Tampang Allo

Surrounded by the peaceful rice paddy and a maze of cliffs, Tampang Allo is a large naturally formed cave in Tana Toraja that was once the grave site for the ancient Toraja people. Inside the cave,...

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Sukabumi, Java Island

Situ Gunung

Located on the foot of Gunung Gede Pangrango mountain, Situ Gunung Lake is the perfect place for those who want a peaceful escape from the busy city life. This is a large lake surrounded by dense...

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Sukabumi, Java Island

Curug Cimanaracun

Just a 15-minute drive from Situ Gunung, Curug Cimanaracun is one of the cleanest and natural waterfalls in West Java. From the entrance, you can do a 1.5 kilometer trek through a dense tropical...

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Bandung, Java Island

Asian-African Conference Museum

Held in Bandung in April 1955, the Asian-African Conference was a great success in formulating common concerns and establishing operational guidance for cooperation among 29 mostly newly independent...

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Garut, Java Island
Garut, Java Island
Magelang, Java Island

Gedong Songo Temple

Gedong Songo is a group of small Hindu Javanese temples on the slopes of Mount Ungaran, about 900 meters above sea level. Built at about the same time with a similar architectural structure to the...

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Magelang, Java Island

Indonesian Railway Museum

Fans of vintage railways or train buffs will love Indonesian Railway Museum, a station-converted museum in Ambarawa, Central Java on October 1976. The station was built in 1873 and named the Willem I...

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Maumere, Flores Island

Explore Nita village

Tucked away in the lush tropical hills of Sikka Regency on the island of Flores, Nita is a small village that is notable for the Lepo Lorun, a weaving co-op dedicated to Tenun Ikat, an ancient...

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Moni, Flores Island

Unique Penggajawa Beach

One of the most interesting and extraordinary sights in Flores Island is Penggajawa Beach located on the west of Ende peninsula. The beach has no sand instead thousands of pebbles in pastel shades of...

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Bajawa, Flores Island

Wogo village & Ngada Culture

If you like a stepping back in time trip on Flores Island, a visit to Wogo village will be definitely worth your time. Wogo village now is actually the new one as villagers left their original place...

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Waikabubak
Anakalang, Sumba Island
Ubud, Bali Island

Yeh Pulu Temple

If you'd prefer to visit a temple that don't see a ton of tourists, take a short walk from the mysterious Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) along rice fields and through a small village, you will arrive at...

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Gianyar, Bali Island

Batubulan Village

Situated in west gate of Gianyar Regency, Batubulan Village is the starting point of nearly all tour packages to the center of Bali. Formerly as an agriculture village, Batubulan now turns into a...

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Gianyar, Bali Island
Gianyar, Bali Island
Gili Trawangan
Gili Trawangan
Gianyar, Bali Island
Ubud, Bali Island

Paon Bali Cooking Class

If you’re interested in learning more about Indonesian cuisine, then taking part in Paon Bali Cooking Class Ubud is a must on your Bali travels. Run by a lovely couple, Puspa and Wayan, Paon Bali...

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Sanur, Bali Island
Ubud, Bali Island

Ubud Foodie Walking Tour

Take a day of foodie walking tour around the Ubud market to check out some of Bali’s most popular street eats. In the afternoon, you find out that this traditional market turns into an art shopping...

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Kersik Tua, Sumatra Island
Kersik Tua, Sumatra Island
Kersik Tua, Sumatra Island

Telun Berasap Waterfall

Telun Berasap is one of the many impressive waterfalls in Kerinci regency offering a beautiful natural scenery. At a height of approximately 50 meters, the waterfall is always covered by a mist of...

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Kersik Tua, Sumatra Island

Semerup Hot Spring

Semerup Hot Spring is one of the popular tourist attraction located in Kerinci regency, Jambi. Covering an area of 76 square metres, this hot spring is heated by volcanic activity and always steaming...

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Kersik Tua, Sumatra Island

Lake Kerinci

Lying at the foot of Mount Raja, Lake Kerinci is the second largest in Sumatra after Lake Toba with an area of 4,200 hectares and a depth of 110 meters. It is a perfect place to enjoy the calm of...

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Bukittinggi, Sumatra Island
Berastagi, Sumatra Island

Debuk Hot Spring

Located at the edge of Sidebuk-debuk village in Berastagi town, Lau Debuk Debuk or Debuk hot spring is a popular attraction to local people and tourists. The place covers a large area having five...

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Berastagi, Sumatra Island

Life of the Karo Batak Tribe

Settled in the Karo Highlands about 15 kilometers from Berastagi, Desa Lingga (Lingga Village) is the most visited attraction that offers a glimpse of the lifestyle of the Karo Batak Tribe and their...

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Berastagi, Sumatra Island

King Purba Palace

Sit on the edge of Pematang Purba village, King Purba Palace (also known as Rumah Bolon Raja Purba) is one of the best highlights in North Sumatra tours. The palace is actually an old authentic...

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Padang Sidempuan, Sumatra Island
Bukittinggi, Sumatra Island

Palace of Pagaruyung

Pagaruyung Palace is the royal palace (istana) of the former Pagaruyung Kingdom in West Sumatra. After destroyed by fire several times, it has been rebuilt again and now serves as a museum and...

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Jakarta, Java Island
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island

Londa Burial Caves

For all brave hearts and those looking for a death-themed adventure in the land of Toraja, Londa Burial Caves is one of the best tourist attractions found in the village of Sandan Uai. Set not far...

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Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island

Marante village

Another recommended village to explore the local traditions and unique culture of the Toraja people. That is Marante village, notable for numerous attractions including Erong, an ancient traditional...

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Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Island

The graveyard Suaya

Many tourists come to Tana Toraja to explore the unique burial culture of Toraja people, and the graveyard in the cliff in Suaya is one of the most indigenous and authentic places to witness ...

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Ubud, Bali Island

Bali Treetop Adventure Park

If you and your kids are looking for a fun day out of town, Bali Treetop Adventure Park in Bedugul, central Bali is a perfect option. Set in the open air environment of Bali Botanical Garden, this...

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Amed, Bali Island
Jakarta, Java Island

Royal Jakarta Golf Course

For golfers looking for a fresh new nuance and challenges in this great game, come to Indonesia and experience Royal Jakarta Golf Course. Overlooking the majestic views of Mount Salak and Mount Gede,...

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Bogor, Java Island

Sentul Highlands Golf Club

For those looking for a unique golfing experience in Java, Sentul Highlands Golf Club answers that and more. Designed in 1997 by the South African golf legend, Gary Player, over the lands’ hilly...

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Bogor, Java Island

Gunung Geulis Golf Course

Play golf like a pro in Gunung Geulis Golf Course, an excellent choice to escape from the hustle and bustle of Jakarta. Bounded by the Bogor Mountains and the Cikeas River, this 36-hole golf resort...

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Bandung, Java Island

Mountain View Golf Club Bandung

Come highly recommended by local and tourist golfers, Mountain View Golf Club is a truly amazing golf course to enjoy several fun game round. Designed by Peter Thomson and Ross Perrettv and opened in...

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Bandung, Java Island

Giri Gahana Golf Course Bandung

As another real treat in Bandung, Giri Gahana Golf Course is a spectacular golfing weekend getaway for local and international visitors. Lie some 900 meters above sea level, this course is set amidst...

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Sangalaki Island, Borneo Indonesia
Kakaban Island, Borneo Indonesia
Derawan Island, Borneo Indonesia
Tumbang Malahoi, Borneo Indonesia
Tumbang Malahoi, Borneo Indonesia
Tumbang Malahoi, Borneo Indonesia

Kaharingan religion

Kaharingan is an indigenous and animistic folk religion professed by the Dayak people in Kalimantan, particularly the Central area. This belief system has a concept of a many deities and often one...

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Palangka Raya, Borneo Indonesia
Palangka Raya, Borneo Indonesia

Dayak traditional dance

Among other traditional arts, the diverse traditional Dayak dance that has existed for thousands of years is likely to be one of the best attractions for those visiting the region of Central...

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Palangka Raya, Borneo Indonesia
Camp Leakey, Borneo Indonesia
Camp Leakey, Borneo Indonesia

Camp Leakey

Settled deep in the rain forests of Central Kalimantan, Camp Leakey is one of the main attractions of Tanjung Putting National Park that is dedicated to orangutans preservation. The camp was founded...

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