- 21Indonesia6 reviews
This is a province of Indonesia on the Sumatra island. Its capital is Medan. It is the most populous Indonesian province outside of Java. Besides Lake Toba and Orang Utan conservatory at Bukit Lawang there are also Taman Hutan Raya at Berastagi.
- 22Indonesia36 reviews
Your enjoyment of Gili Trawangan, the largest of the three Gili Islands, largely hinges on your appetite for partying. Sure, the diving and snorkeling are good, and once you get out of the town it quickly becomes very quiet and calm, but the majority of comers are here to party -- lured by the freeflowing drugs ("weed, mushrooms, coke, ecstasy") ...
- 23Indonesia18 reviews
The Gili Islands, off the northwest coast of Lombok, are as near to perfect an escape as any place on earth. The tiny sandbar islands have no motorized vehicles (you have to take a boat to get there) and have unbelievable diving. Gili Trawangan (aka Gili T) is more of the lively, party-centric, backpaker-style scene, with cool bars and places ...
- 24Indonesia4 reviews
Kota pusat kesenian dan famous culinary especially roast pork (babi guling). Located about 20 kilometer from Denpasar.
- 25Indonesia25 reviews
- 26Indonesia12 reviews
When the sultry, tropical heat of Jakarta has got ya ready to run amok, hit the cool, tea covered hillsides of Bogor, just an hour south of the capital. Heaps of colonial Dutch villas dot this accommodating hill station and if you fancy becoming a gong owner (that's gong, not bong), you can get your gong on in Bogor (one ...
- 27Indonesia7 reviews
Not much here - which makes it perfect. A great place to hangout for Sundowners is the Beach House @ Echo Beach. Reasonable prices away from the scene in Bali. For Maximum value - gather a few friends and rent a villa nearby. Surfers have loved the place for years, it's easy to see why.
- 28Indonesia21 reviews
TRAVEL WARNING!! Indonesia dangerously Beautiful This is sunset at Losari Beach, Makassar - Indonesia
- 29Indonesia9 reviews
The whole peninsula of far eastern Bali is known as 'Amed' (technically just its easternmost town), and though it's hardly undiscovered territory, it can easily feel like it after the crowds of South Bali and Ubud (and even Padangbai!). With solid diving and snorkeling, and cheap beachfront bungalows spread all along the undeveloped coast, it's more than worth going out ...
- 30Indonesia12 reviews
My lovely home town, there are beautiful beaches. Let's explore some hidden beach here!
- 31Indonesia23 reviews
An upscale resort area with lots of restaurants and shopping, but nice beaches.
- 32Indonesia7 reviews
- 33Indonesia7 reviews
♥ ~ Dua jiwa, dua hati berpadu bersama.. ♥ ~ dalam bahtera terindah yg bernama cinta.. ♥ ~ melayari ombak badai, suka duka.. ♥ ~ namun..tetap setia bersama hingga ke ujung nyawa..
- 34Indonesia7 reviews
Looking at the rice terraces calms your mind and puts you in a peaceful mood. Take your time here and stop by one of the cafes for a coffee, sit back and relax.
- 35Indonesia7 reviews
It's one of the less crowded areas in Bali and is worth exploring - where there are plenty of luxurious villas and hotels. It is hilly and the view is stunning.
- 36Indonesia19 reviews
Same as Medan but hotter
- 37Indonesia1 review
Located off the northwest tip of Bird's Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea, in Indonesia's West Papua province, Raja Ampat, or the Four Kings, is an archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, cays and shoals surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo, and the smaller island of Kofiau. It encompasses more than 40,000 km² ...
- 38Indonesia5 reviews
Visiting Orangutans by klotok (wooden boat) is highly recommended. For two days one night trip through the rainforest, you'll meet wild animals and the best fireflies you've ever seen. Please drop by at Camp Leakey, the longest continuously researching orangutan facilities in the world.
- 39Indonesia15 reviews
Is it Lawangsewu building ?
- 40Indonesia13 reviews
Everybody has seen the picture of the temples in Bedugul but to go there and see it for real is simply breath taking. The temple is actually located on an island of what is still considered an active volcano. Relax, you're holidaying on the Ring of Fire anyway.