10 Best Travel Destinations in Indonesia According to Foreign Tourists

The natural beauty of Indonesia will never end to be explored. In fact, some foreign tourists acknowledge Indonesia’s truly captivating beauty. From Sabang to Merauke, several foreign tourists choose some of the best tourist destinations. Reporting from The Blonde Abroad, Global Grasshopper, and Stingy Nomads, here are some of the best tours in Indonesia:

Bali is the most popular destination in Indonesia, because of its beautiful beaches. Foreigners usually like Nusa Penida, because it is far from the crowds.

Komodo National Park
The Komodo National Park area in East Nusa Tenggara is the habitat of the Komodo dragon. There is also Pink Beach which is really beautiful.

Bunaken National Park, North Sulawesi, is called a piece of heaven on earth. Snorkeling or diving here is a must.

Some foreign tourists choose trekking in the Mount Bromo area, East Java, because the height is only 2,329 meters. Bromo also has amazing sunrise and sunset that all visitors must be love.

Raja Ampat
The Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua, are still very natural and lonely. The beauty of the underwater world is truly mesmerizing.

Gili Trawangan
Gili Trawangan is a small island in West Nusa Tenggara. Compared to Bali, many foreigners prefer to go to this island, because it is quiet and calm.

Borobudur Temple, Yogyakarta, is known as one of Indonesia’s icons. It will be second to none in other countries.

Lake Toba, North Sumatra, is the largest lake in Indonesia with a depth of about 505 meters.

Tanjung Puting
With an area of 415 hectares, Tanjung Puting National Park, in Central Kalimantan, is the habitat for Orangutans and proboscis monkeys.

Wakatobi National Park is one of the various natural resources of the archipelago that cannot be doubted. It is located in Wakatobi Regency, Southeast Sulawesi. Wakatobi is said to be the best marine tourism destination, not only in Indonesia but also in the world. This abundant biological wealth has also motivated the Word Wildlife Fund (WWF) to intervene in efforts to manage and preserve Wakatobi’s nature.


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