You have a wide array of options among the more than 17,000 islands that stretch from South East Asia to Oceania. There are both good and terrible things about Bali, which I began to think of as a second home. Raja Ampat is an isolated paradise, Yogyakarta is home to some of the most well-known temples in the world, and there are countless other things that will astound you.
The top attractions in Indonesia
Cultural Hub of Ubud, Bali
Yoga retreats, vegan eateries, and verdant rice fields abound in Ubud. There are countless things to do in Bali, but if you want to take it easy, spending a few days in an artistic Ubud is a good choice. Visit the well-known water temples, take in some traditional dance, and visit the well-known monkey forest before gazing out at the verdant surroundings.
Java’s Mount Bromo
Mount Bromo, one of Indonesia’s most visited volcanoes, is now one of the best places to see the sunrise in Java. It is known for its forceful smoke and misty surroundings.
Java’s Ijen Blue Fire Lake
The ‘blue fire’ that is spewed from the lake at night has turned the Ijen sulphur mines into a well-liked tourist destination in addition to being a hazardous workplace for underpaid workers.
Bali’s secret coastline
While many visitors will stick to Seminyak and Kuta’s expansive beaches, Bali also boasts some amazing, uninhabited beaches that are just waiting to be discovered.
Batu Batong Scuba Diving
The best site to scuba dive or snorkel is Labuan Bajo, with its manta rays, dolphins, and spectacular underwater world. Another well-known diving location is the HMS Victory wreck in Bali.
Bali’s Tanah Lot Temple
Crowds gather at this well-known temple on Bali’s south coast, especially after sunset. This is a common Bali bucket list item because it is situated on a rock that faces the ocean.
The islands of Nusa
Due to their proximity to Bali and ease of access, the three nearby islands of Lembongan, Ceningan, and Penida have become very well-liked alternatives to Bali in recent years. The islands are rich in picturesque coves and peaceful places, but Nusa Penida, the largest of the islands, has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment.
Lombok’s Gili Islands
These three secluded beaches, which are only a short boat journey from Bali and offer a slower pace of life, are bordered by pristine waters and big turtles.