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Indonesia exists of 17.000 islands of which less than the half is inhabited. Every island has its own culture and traditions. The largely volcanic nature of the islands has created tall cloud-swept mountains covered with jungle and green rice terraces, reaching out to stunning white sandy beaches and crystal blue seas. Indonesia is also full of wildlife like the orangutan, the exclusive Komodo dragon, Sumatran tiger, Sun bear and many more. It also still has many ethnic tribes like the Ngada tribe on Flores and the Korowai tribe on Papua New Guinea. This high diversity of landscape and culture offers for every type of traveler a suitable array of options.
Indonesia has a lot to offer. Below we made our own selection of places we think are definitely worth a visit.
Indonesian cuisine is one of the most vibrant and colorful cuisines in the world, full of intense flavors. The diversity is high due to the many different islands and the influences of India, China, Spanish, Portugal and Middle East as Indonesia was an important trade hub. Our most favorite dishes you definitely should try are:
The northern islands of Indonesia can always get some rain, but the heaviest rain falls between December and March. The driest period is between May to September.
The average rain and temperature in Indonesia.
Visitors to Indonesia must obtain a visa from one of the Indonesian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or one of the countries eligible for visa on arrival.
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Rumah Desa, (Jatiluwih), Indonesia
Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia
Labuanbajo (Flores), Indonesia
Jasri (Bali), Indonesia
Bangli (near Ubud), Indonesia