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  • 1 Mushroom Bay Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    This beautiful bay of white sand against a backdrop of cliffs hewn by erosion is named after astonishing mushroom-like coral formations visible in places. Teeming with multi-coloured fish, its turquoise lagoon is ideal for diving. Viewed from Jungutb..

  • 2 Wayang Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    27 Jl. Pintu Besar Utara

    Fans of shadow theatre, the national art, can step backstage here to admire the finely crafted puppets made of leather (wayang kulit) or wood (flat wood wayang kelitik), or rod puppets wayang golek) that star in these dreamlike shows. While the major..

  • 3 Traditional Pavilions of Taman Mini Park Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Parc Taman Mini

    In the heart of Taman Mini Park, the series of traditional pavilions (there are 33, one per province) give an insight into Indonesia's incredible architectural diversity. Designed like small art and craft museums, each one has folk dance shows.

  • 4 Krakatau Volcano Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    One of the most famous volcanoes in the world lies 50km off the west coast. An exceptionally powerful eruption in 1883 provoked a tsunami that devastated the adjacent coasts. A caldera was formed and today three islands exist: Lang, Rakata and Sertun..

  • 5 Kebun Raya Botanical Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Jalan Otto Iskandardinata

    Founded by the Dutch in 1817, this botanical garden, an oasis in the town centre, offers an ideal opportunity to find out more about the tropical flora. The size of the collections reflects the gardens conservation and research role; it introduced se..

  • 6 Mount Halimun National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun (40 000ha) encompasses the largest primary equatorial forest in Java. It is a sanctuary for the extremely rare Javan gibbon, long-tailed macaque, and over 130 species of bird. This vast forested area plays an essential r..

  • 7 Gede Pangrango National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Taman Nasional Gunung Gede Pangrango is named after two volcanoes. It covers 15 000ha of primary tropical rainforest: a fascinating environment where with every step you come across an indigenous plant or unusua..

  • 8 Panorama over Bandung Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Make your way up to the Dago teahouse perched above the city in the heart of one of the chic districts. From here you can enjoy a superb panoramic view over Bandung and its surroundings and set off on a lovely walk that takes you to a pretty waterfal..

  • 9 Tangkuban Perahu Volcano Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Although it hasn't erupted since 1969, the low-lying Tangkuban Perahu ("Capsized Boat") volcano is active. The smoke, bubbling pools and sulphur fumes give the impression of having reached the ends of the earth, even though the road leading..

  • 10 Ciwidey Valley Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Clinging to the slope of a superb gorge whose sides have been sculpted into paddy fields, Ciwidey ( 25km south of Bandung) is famous for its blacksmiths. From here the road disappears into the forest and 10km on a road to the left leads up to Kawah P..

  • 11 Mount Papandayan Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    The gaping crater of Papandayan (2 622m) can be seen from a distance, like a huge gash in the volcano's flank since the deadly eruption of 1772. From the car park, it is a 30min walk through bubbling pools, smoke and sulphur deposits to the impressiv..

  • 12 Mount Galunggung Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Despite its placid appearance, the Galunggang (2 201m) has a fiery temper. From time to time the volcano likes to shake up the peaceful torpor of the surrounding countryside. Even though the eruption of 1982 was not as violent as that of 1822 (4 000 ..

  • 13 Pangandaran National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Jl. Kidang Pananjung

    The dense jungle of Pangandaran Park that covers the tip of the peninsula offers the chance to see macaques, kijang deer, hornbills and maybe even the spectacular rafflesia patura, a giant flower. A boat tour around the isthmus will take you to a hid..

  • 14 Green Canyon Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    35 km à l'ouest

    A tourist hotspot of the Pangandaran region, the Green Canyon (35km) owes its name to the colour of the little river that formed it. It gets its green colour from the volcanic alluvium in its waters (which turn brown when it rains). After sailing upr..

  • 15 Sono Budoyo Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    27 Jl. Trikora

    Without a doubt one of Java's most interesting museums. The collection includes Dong-Son bronzes from East Indonesia, megalithic statues from Wonosari and opulent bronze Hindu goddesses (10C-12C). The art of Majapahit (East Java) is represented with ..

  • 16 Java South Coast Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    After Imogiri and its royal necropolis, head for another place of pilgrimage, the coastal village of Parangtritis, realm of the goddess Nyai Loro Kidul, protector of the sultan's line. The beach is popular, but strong currents make swimming dangerous..

  • 17 Mount Merapi Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    The most active volcano in Indonesia is also its most sacred. It represents the vertical axis of the trilogy that unites the kraton of Yogyakarta to the Indian Ocean and to the mountain. At an altitude of 2 914m, Mt Merapi, or the "Mountain of F..

  • 18 Candi Bima Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Well preserved and unique, this is the most interesting of the candis on the Dieng Plateau, with its architecture typical of Northern India: a wide projecting front porch and a pyramidal superstructure with horseshoe niches.

  • 19 Gedong Songo Temples Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Approximately 110km of spectacular roads with stunning views over the surrounding volcanoes separate the Dieng Plateau from the Gedong Songo site. The omnipresent volcanoes (Sumbing, Sundoro, Merbabu and Lawu) loom on the horizon, around temples risi..

  • 20 Candi Mendut Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Built in 800 by King Indra, Candi Mendut can be recognised by its cubic shape (its roof, most probably stupa-shaped, was never completed). The stairs and external walls are decorated with low reliefs and bodhisattva. But the main interest of the temp..

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