The Southeast Asian country of Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 islands populated by hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many languages. From the bustling capital of Jakarta to the enchanting island of Bali, tourists flock to Indonesia every year to experience the country’s vibrant multi-cultural islands, its breathtaking natural beauty, and its mouthwatering cuisine. A land of stunning volcanoes, scenic islands and exotic wildlife, Indonesia has plenty to offer when it comes to natural beauty. For visitors more interesting in experiencing Indonesian culture, the many museums, performance centers, and traditional eateries are sure to delight and intrigue.


1. Visit the Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls

Head to Bali to experience the stunning Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls. These are some of the most dramatic falls that Indonesia has to offer, and they were made more tourist-friendly in 2018. The waterfalls are now a short 20-minute walk from the car park, and the trail takes you through quaint villages and coffee farms. The falls, surrounding huts, and bridges also make for some excellent photographs for sharing.

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