Rank in Asia
Indonesia is the world’s largest island country. Across its 17,000 islands is a culture as diverse as its geography.
There are as many Hindu and Buddhist temples across the country as there are mosques and Catholic churches. The wildlife of Indonesia is almost held as sacred as its religious buildings. Monkeys and Komodo dragons find refuge in sanctuaries and National Parks.
Tradition meets entertainment in costume and dance and in palaces and museums across this vast country. Along the coastline, there are beaches prime for surfing and diving. The air is perfumed by the scent of orchids and rhododendron, while the crystal clear waters allow views to depths few people have been lucky enough to see. In every corner of Indonesia, spellbinding legends and stories explain its ancient history. Discover your own story in Indonesia on your next vacation!
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