Which of Indonesia’s 17,500 sun-kissed islands should you visit on your holiday? Bali is never boring. Its beach resorts and spas blend modern conveniences with cultural history, and it has a lively restaurant scene and a serene spiritual setting. The nearby Gili Islands are precisely the type of place for which the phrase “tropical paradise” was coined. Further north, in the enchanting Raja Ampat archipelago, you’ll find the world’s widest variety of marine life and corals.
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After a few days of pampering and wellness treatments, you might want to travel to Central Java and see Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple. The last of the world’s orangutans live in Kalimantan, in the tropical rainforests of Indonesian Borneo. In specially organized tours into the wild, you can see these endangered primates in their natural habitat.
Snorkeling and satays Beachfront living and batiks Baskets brimming with delectable tropical fare. Pinisi boat rides and warm local hosts Make a reservation for pure bliss.