The Must-See In Indonesia

George Lex is a traveling journalist who started their journey five years ago. They travel the world and do it from the most beautiful places to the hardest places in the world.

The Asian continent is one charming place full of remarkable tourist attractions. And the Indonesian country has the best share of these attractions. It is known for its sandy beaches, active volcanoes, dynamic wildlife of elephants, tigers, monkeys, and orangutans, and most excitingly, it is home to hundreds of different ethnic groups. In this article, we shall dive into the sites that you must pay a visit to when you visit the country.

  • Tanah Lot

The Tanah Lot is a massive rock formation off the Indonesian town of Bali. If you appreciate the beauty of the ocean vista, the tides, and the beautiful sunset, then this is the place for you. Additionally, at the top of the rock, majestically stands the Tanah Lot temple. So if you are a lover of ancient architecture and a sucker for serene sights, then you have to visit the Tanah Lot Temple.

  • The Ubud Monkey Forest

The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is yet another spot you must-see on your visit to Indonesia. This Sanctuary is home to very many species of monkeys that freely roam the temple. The scenery has ancient giant trees with prolific root growths that spiral around bridges, colossal stone carvings of Komodo dragons, and amazing-looking water pools. A visit to the temple with your children will be a memorable trip to recall. And most excitingly, your kids can interact and play with the monkeys. Amazing, right!

  • Gili Islands 

So after you have made a trip to the Sanctuary, you should take a trip down to the beach to let loose and enjoy the fresh beach breeze. The Gili islands are made of three islands that have coral reefs just offshore to the palm-filled stunning beach fronts. On your visit here, you will get to see sea turtles in hundreds as they go about their business on the shores of Gili Meno, which is the smallest of the three islands. And on Gili Trawangan, the largest, you can visit wrecks of a sunken ship at Wreck point near Mengiti beach.

  • Mount Batur

While in Indonesia, be sure to climb the Mount Batur to oversee the volcano that lies at the top of your climb. Once at the top, you are graced by the spectacle of two concentric calderas that boarder the volcano on both sides. A climb excursion at this mountain is an adventure worthwhile, and the best thing is that it is very affordable. Especially when you choose Holiday deals from sites such as the DealChecker that accommodate both solo and group travelers.

  • Legian

On the west coast area of Bali, Indonesia, you are presented with a suburban and beach neighborhood of Legian. This area is famously known for its several exquisite beach resorts, some shopping centers, and a bustling nightlife. If you are someone who enjoys staying in one area that has everything you need at arm’s length, Legian is the place for you. A full day, week, or even a month here is truly an experience of a lifetime.

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