Indonesia

Last Updated: 11 November 2017
Running along the equator for five thousand kilometres, Indonesia is built on a ring of fire, and consists of thousands of volcanic islands, many of which are well-known travel destinations each unique in landform and culture. Bali is known for its great nightlife, white beaches and blue sea, and some of the most beautiful ancient temples in the world. In Papua time has stood still and the people live as they have lived for hundreds of years.

Raja Ampat has the best diving destination in the world, and is home to nearly two thousand species of tropical fish and more that seventy five percent of the world’s coral species.

Borneo, with its rain forests and indigenous tribes, is also home the Tanjung Puting National Park with the largest population of orang-utan in the world.

Indonesia

Indonesia, home to Komodo Dragons and orang-utan, boasts a huge variety of natural wonders that include volcanic pools, tropical beaches, mangrove swamps, rain forests and mountains with equatorial glaciers.

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