Bali is have beaches with warm sand and blue water. Kuta is the best known beach, and is great for those who like to combine sun.
Built on a rock formation in the sea. The original formation began to deteriorate at one point, so a portion of the rock is now artificial.
Banda Islands is a cluster of 10 islands sits at the edge of the Banda Sea, whose depths reach more than 6,500 meters.
Borobudur was built in the 8th century & constructed in shape of a Buddhist mandala, considered one of the greatest Buddhist sites in the world.
These picturesque islands offer beaches that rival those of Bali in their beauty, as well as opportunities for diving and even snorkeling.
Encompasses five main islands and a number of smaller ones. The waters off these islands are some of the richest and most diverse in the world.
A serene space where you can feel the ancient majesty of the island. At this Hindu temple, you'll see many long-tailed macaques.
Its caldera-forming eruption in the late 13th century. A lake sits in Rinjani's caldera, and within the lake sits Mt. Baru, another active volcano.
Mount Bromo is among the best known, thanks largely to its incredible views, particularly when seen standing over the caldera at sunrise.
One of the most ecologically diverse places on earth, it is home to orangutans, exotic birds, Sumatran rhinos and other creatures.
Lake Toba is both a body of water and super volcano. The lake, which sits in a crater, was formed between 69,000 and 77,000 years ago.
Anak Krakatoa, "Child of Krakatoa," is the youngest of the islands formed by the 1883 eruption, and forced itself above the surface in 1930.