This country is a paradise of culture, cuisine and natural wonders
Given that it’s home to more than 15,000 islands, it’s no wonder that Indonesia is one of the world’s most culturally diverse countries. Located along a 5,200km section of the equator, Indonesia is a must-see, especially for travellers partial to idyllic, white-sand beaches, world-class food, architectural wonders, heart-warming smiles and top-tier fashion goods.
A place like no other, Indonesia is full to bursting with islands that manage to differ from one another while forming a cohesive whole. Travellers who venture here are in for unforgettable adventures and ample inspiration drawn from feasting their eyes on the country’s many natural wonders and getting acquainted with an endlessly fascinating culture. Trek jungles in Sumatra, catch the sunrise after a night of dancing on the beach at Gili Trawangan and fish in the tropical oasis of Papuan Danau Sentani while marvelling at the area’s colourful array of birds. The list of things to see and do is just about endless. The tough part comes when it’s time to leave and you realise you’ve still got so much left to do. Well, there’s always next time.