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There are many things that are wondrous about the Raja Ampat Islands, but perhaps the biggest wonder of all is how a place this mystically beautiful has largely remained a secret. But it won't be for long. The Raja Ampat...
The Gili Islands are a cluster of three small islands located just off the northwest tip of Lombok, Indonesia. This archipelago of islands only recently came to the attention of the wider world in the 1980s and 1990s but is...
Often referred to as the City of Flowers, Bandung is the provincial capital of West Java and Indonesia's third largest city. Its nickname comes as much from the beautiful flowers found around the city as from the fact that...
On the uniquely beautiful island of Flores is the Kelimutu National Park, where the famous Mount Kelimutu volcano resides with its striking tri-colored lakes resting in its caldera. These stunning colored lakes are the most famous attraction in Flores and...
If you find yourself traveling in Sumatra, Lake Toba is a must visit. The picturesque Lake Toba - known in Indonesia as Danau Toba - is the largest volcanic lake in the world, covering an area of 1,707 km2. That...
Sumatra is fairly well-known internationally as a resource and natural beauty-rich island, but did you know that it also has several smaller and exquisitely beautiful islands not far from its coast? Some of the most beautiful of these islands is...
Of all the 17,508 islands in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali is - without a doubt - the most popular. In fact, 80% of all international visitors to Indonesia visit Bali and Bali alone. It's no wonder why - the famed...
If you love nature, you're going to love Bukit Lawang. Bukit Lawang literally means 'door to the hills' and is a small, laidback tourist village located in North Sumatra.  Bukit Lawang happens to be the main access point to the...
Jayapura is the capital of, as well as the largest city in, Papua, Indonesia. The city has gone through multiple names, each reflecting a different period in its history. It was known as Hollandia during the Dutch colonial times...
It's no wonder this plateau is called the 'Abode of the Gods' - it's absolutely stunning here. Up above this 2,000 meter-high plateau, you'll see rolling hills stretching as far as the eye can see, spot boiling pits of...

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