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The beautiful Flores Island gets its name from the Portuguese word for 'flower' and the island more than lives up to its name. Just an hour's flight from the internationally-acclaimed Bali, Flores is an island still shrouded in relative obscurity....
The beautiful white sand-lined beaches and clear turquoise-tinted waters of the Gili Islands have been tempting travelers for decades. This lovely cluster of three islands is now a firm fixture on the Banana Pancake Trail and a must-visit for...
Tana Toraja literally translates to 'Toraja land' and is nicknamed the 'Land of the Heavenly Kings.' It is located in a highland region in the southern region of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. A trip to Tana Toraja is like...
With over 120 active volcanoes and daily earthquakes, Indonesia is one of the most geologically diverse and fascinating places on the planet. While not the tallest of Indonesia's many volcanoes, Mount Bromo has become one of the most iconic...
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...
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...
Papua is an incredible place and Baliem Valley, as its most popular and accessible destination, is no exception. Also known as Grand Valley, this valley measures around 80 km long and around 20 km wide and holds a population...
The Bangka-Belitung Islands are paradise on earth. The island group consists of Bangka and Belitung Islands, as well as a few other smaller islands. The main attraction of all these islands are undoubtedly the lovely, long, pristine and tout-free...
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...

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