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What to see in Indonesia —
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16 places to visit in Indonesia

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#1on KomodoKomodo National Park on KomodoKomodo National Park on Komodo

Komodo National Park, which occupies a quarter of the territory of the Lesser Sunda Islands, is famous for its habitat of giant Komodo dragons, as well as its coral reef.

#1on Java islandIjen Volcano on Java islandIjen Volcano on Java island

On Java, here is the active volcano Ijen, which erupts hydrogen sulphide. This phenomenon seems beautiful on the photo, but it is detrimental to the population of the island.

#1in BaliBali safari and Marine Park in BaliBali safari and Marine Park in Bali

Hippopotamus, zebras, elephants, white tigers, 40 kinds of exotic fish, theatre amusement park, aqua park - all this you'll find in one wonderful place.

#2in BaliAbandoned hotel Taman Bedugul in BaliAbandoned hotel Taman Bedugul in Bali

Hotel in Bali which is abandoned for unknown reasons, even after 15 years of desolation, is still visited by tourists. Surely, without spending the night.

#3in BaliMount BaturMount Batur in Bali

One of two active volcanoes that reaches 1717 meters high. The volcanic mountain has two craters and the biggest lake on the island that was formed from eruption. The last heavy eruption occurred in 2000.

#4in BaliCangguCanggu in Bali

It's an area of beaches and hangouts that is located in the western coast of Bali. Coastal line stretches for 8 kilometers. Waves are always heavy here, so it's perfect place to go surfing.

#9in BaliTrunyan villageTrunyan village in Bali

Trunyan is a mystery village inhabited by indigenous people Bali Aga. It is located on the east bank of Lake Batur. You can get here by car to Kedisan village, and then get on a boat.

#5in BaliGaruda Wisnu KencanaGaruda Wisnu Kencana in Bali

The park is situated in a former lime quarry. It is a place of holding different parades and shows, also here you'll find some huge statues. GWK is opened every day from 8am till 10pm, entrance ticket is IDR 100 000.

#6in BaliGitgit WaterfallGitgit Waterfall in Bali

One of the highest waterfall in Bali is placed 11 kilometers southward from Singaraja. You can get here by motorbike or car, than take 340 steps to lead down to it. Entrance fee is Rp 10000.

#7in BaliMonkey ForestMonkey Forest in Bali

Monkey site is placed in Ubud town on Jalan Monkey Forest Street. The animals are not in cages and you can visit them every day from 8:30am till 6pm. Entrance ticket costs Rp 50 000.

#8in BaliElephant Safari Park Lodge BaliElephant Safari Park Lodge Bali in Bali

The park harbours about 30 elephants. Four times a day they throw a show to visitors, play football and basketball. You can feed and wash them. The park is open from 8am till 6pm. Entrance fee - Rp 270 000.

#10in BaliPura Ulun Danu BratanPura Ulun Danu Bratan in Bali

The main sight of Bali is a 11-leveled pagoda located on sacred Lake Bratan 1200 meters above sea level. It's open for visitors daily from 8am till 6pm. Entrance ticket is IDR 30 000.

#11in BaliPura Tanah LotPura Tanah Lot in Bali

The temple is placed on the rock in the sea, so you can reach it at low tide. The entrance ticket to the territory costs Rp 40 500. But coming inside the temple is possible only for Hindus.

#12in BaliPemuteran templePemuteran temple in Bali

Underwater Temple Garden is sited in Pemuteran bay in the north coast of Western Bali at a depth of 30 and 15 meters. Central spot here is the Buddha Statue.

#13in BaliJatiluwih Rice TerracesJatiluwih Rice Terraces in Bali

Rice terraces occupies over 600 hectares. The sight is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. The fields ticket desk is opened from 8am till 5pm, ticket costs Rp 20 000.

#14in BaliAshram Ratu BagusAshram Ratu Bagus in Bali

Ashram Ratu Bagus stands at the bottom of Gunung Agung on the east of Bali. Here they practise shake meditation. The cost of staying in ashram and spiritual practice begins from $50 per person.

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