Enchanting Indonesia: A Visual Journey To The Country's Top Attractions

OT Staff

Dieng Plateau

Dieng Plateau offers stunning mountain views, multi-coloured lakes, hot springs, and ancient Hindu temples. Every year, tourists visit this place for its cultural festival featuring traditional performances and the release of traditional lanterns.

The multi-coloured Telaga Warna lake in Dieng | Depositphotos.com

Borobudur Temple

A popular tourist attraction, Borobudur Temple is constructed in the Mandala style, symbolising the Buddhist universe. Its design is box-shaped with four entrances and a circular centre.

Sunrise at Borobudur Temple | Depositphotos.com

Komodo National Park

Situated in the heart of the Indonesian archipelago, Komodo National Park consists of three main islands and several smaller ones. The park's most remarkable inhabitant is the Komodo Lizard.

Komodo Dragon | Depositphotos.com

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is a tropical paradise known for its vibrant underwater life, boasting over 530 coral species, 700 mollusk species, and 1,300 types of fish.

Coral reef life, Raja Ampat | Depositphotos.com

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo is an iconic sight in Indonesia, often enveloped in smoke with a multi-coloured sky. Watching the sunrise from Java Island at Mount Bromo is a memorable experience.

Sunrise at volcano Bromo, Java island, Indonesia | Depositphotos.com


Known as Bali's art and culture capital, Ubud captivates visitors with its art galleries and traditional performances. It's a picturesque area, highlighted by the must-see Tegalalang Rice Terrace.

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud | Depositphotos.com

Lake Toba

The largest lake in Indonesia, Lake Toba, offers numerous viewpoints to admire its beauty, set against a backdrop of hills and greenery. Don't miss a visit to Samosir, the beautiful island in the heart of the lake.

Sunset at Lake Toba | Depositphotos.com