By Pamela Mukherjee
Tumpak Sewu, inexactly deciphered as ‘a thousand waterfalls’, properly merits its title as the most stunning cascade in Indonesia.
The National Park itself is a must-visit place with its enchanting pink beaches, and Komodo dragons
Borobudur is representing Buddhist monuments whereas Prambanan considers as a great Hindu temple and an unskippable place.
Mount Bromo is the active volcano of Indonesia in Java it really gives goosebumps to hike here. Wanna try?
Jodipan in Java is considered to be the most colourful village in Indonesia.
Gili is the most perfect paradise for those who want a hustle free serene quality time.
Lake Toba is a pristine natural lake resting in the caldera created by the Supervolcano in the northern part.
Borneo is the misty dreamy Jungle, a paradise for all adventure junkies.
You can visit all round the year but the best season to visit Indonesia is May to October.
Indonesia is one of the budget-friendly countries where you can easily find different accommodation options as per your pocket.