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  • 1 House of Sampoerna Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    6 Taman Sampoerna RI - Surabaya

    After taking in the story of the Sampoerna family, owners of the kretek brand, at the informative museum, visitors can get a fascinating glimpse of the kretek cigarette production facility in operation: more than 3 000 workers rolling cigarettes made..

  • 2 Pura Tanah Lot Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RI - Beraban

    Perched on a black rock surrounded by sand and lapped at by the turbulent waters of high tide, this temple dedicated to the sea deities seems to defy the elements. It is thought to have been erected in the 16C under the aegis of the famous Javanese B..

  • 3 Nusa Lembongan Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Jungutbatu

    Nusa Lembongan has inherited its infertile and dry limestone relief from the little archipelago of Penida, whose three islands lie of the coast of Sanur. Its inhabitants, among the poorest in the country, live mainly from harvesting algae and the isl..

  • 4 Jungutbatu Beach Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Jungutbatu

    A splendid view over the southeast coast of Bali with the silhouette of Mount Agung on the horizon... With its fishing boats and the odd bungalow, Jungutbatu is one of Bali's most unspoilt beaches, little affected by the commercial encroachment evide..

  • 5 Ornithological Park Recommended Recommended

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir RI - Singapadu

    This lovely ornithological park has waterfalls, lotus ponds, tropical flowers and trees, plus the world's finest selection of Indonesian birds. It also has a variety of other species from around the world: multicoloured parrots, elegant birds of para..

  • 6 Southern Slopes of Batukaru Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Gunungsari

    Bali's second-highest mountain, volcanic Batukaru (2 276m) has on its southern flanks the island's finest terraced rice paddy landscape, particularly around the villages of Gunungsari and Jatiluwih: the latter's name means "truly marvellous"..

  • 7 Pura Luhur Batukaru Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RI - Penebel

    Sited on the slopes of the sacred Mount Batukaru, Pura Luhur Batukaru emerges from a verdant backdrop often shrouded in mist. Amidst tree ferns, bamboo and banana trees, moss-covered sculptures are home to an extraordinary colony of butterflies. In t..

  • 8 Mount Agung Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Selat

    Bali's highpoint (3 014m), a landmark in all views of the south and east of the island, the Agung volcano is the navel of the Balinese world: along with Mount Batur, it was born of the splitting in two of the mythical Mount Meru, the centre of the co..

  • 9 Mother Temple of Besakih Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RI - Menanga

    Although built 1 000m up on its slopes, Mount Agung's 1963 eruption miraculously spared Bali's most sacred temple. Visitors should try to see one of the numerous ceremonies that take place here over the course of the year. Among this complex of 23 te..

  • 10 Pura Kehen Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RI - Bangli

    In the pleasant town of Bangli, ancient capital of the Gelgel dynasty, the impressive Pura Kehen was the site of sovereigns' coronations. It rises over eight terrace levels against a backdrop of lush greenery. Elephant statues greet visitors at the f..

  • 11 West Bali National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Jl. Raya Celik RI - Gilimanuk

    Bali's sole national park covers the whole of the west of the island, some 190km2 centred on a mountainous region. It comprises multiple natural habitats: mangroves at its western end, tropical forest to the south of the mountains, and to their north..

  • 12 Gili Archipelago Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Gili Air

    The quintessential paradise island gazing upon a turquoise sea. Such places do exist, and the three Gili islands have retained their welcoming charm, even though their renown has spread far and wide with a resultant influx of many visitors. Gili Air ..

  • 13 Gili Trawangan Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Pemenang

    The largest (340ha) and most touristy of the three islands, Trawangan has its own lively atmosphere. Lovers of peace and quiet should head elsewhere, this is a place for night owls, especially in high season! Most development has taken place on the s..

  • 14 Wayang Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    27 Jalan Pintu Besar Utara RI - Jakarta

    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..

  • 15 Traditional Pavilions Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Parc Taman Mini RI - Jakarta

    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.

  • 16 Krakatau Volcano Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Carita

    One of the most famous volcanoes in the world lies 50km from 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..

  • 17 Kebun Raya Botanic Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Jalan Otto Iskandardinata RI - Bogor

    Founded by the Dutch in 1817, these are among the most renowned botanic gardens in Southeast Asia, known to specialists the world over. The size of the collections (15 000 plant species, 5 000 types of orchid) reflects the conservation and research r..

  • 18 Mount Halimun National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Citalahab

    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..

  • 19 Gede Pangrango National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RI - Cibodas

    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..

  • 20 Candi Sewu Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    RI - Prambanan

    This vast Buddhist sanctuary (candi sewu means "thousand temples") was built in the 8C by the kingdom of the Sailendra, who governed the south of the island at the time. The main temple, crowned with a stupa and surrounded by eight annexe t..

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