Indonesia The Ultimate Travel Guide Best Places to Visit | Explore The Emerald of the Equator

Indonesia The Ultimate Travel Guide Best Places to Visit | Explore The Emerald of the Equator


18,000 Islands 300 languages spoken the
largest archipelago in the world it’s a big island country offering myriad
adventures welcome to Indonesia join us as we
discover the Emerald of the Equator misc Travel Guide bringing you the ultimate
travel guides Indonesia with over 18,000 islands 6,000 of them inhabited this
largest Southeast Asian country is no short of breathtaking sights inspiring
diversity and deeply rooted histories the Indonesian archipelago spreads over
5,200 kilometers between the Asian mainland and Australia all of it within
the tropics and comprises 18 thousand islands Indonesia has something unique to offer
everyone from the cool white sands and raucous volcanoes of Bali to the vibrant
capital city of Jakarta to the untouched lands of Sumatra you
can always find something different here this island nation has some of the
largest remaining tracts of tropical forests anywhere in the world and is
home to several beautiful scuba diving and snorkeling spots as well an overview
of the best places to visit in Indonesia Jakarta Indonesia s massive capital is a
large bustling city with a population of over 10 million sits on the northwest
coast of the island of Java a historic mix of cultures Javanese Malay Chinese
Arab Indian and European has influenced its architecture language and cuisine the Old Town Kota tua is home to Dutch
colonial buildings blood out jakarta’s Chinatown and the old port of cyndaquil
Appa for traditional wooden shooters dock
central median Merdeka square is the site of the National Monument or Mona’s
a marble obelisk with an observation deck and the enormous Ishta Glau mosque
the National Museum traces Indonesian history through archipelago relics
statues ceramic and jewelry the city has numerous modern malls and
specialist shopping areas such as the antique market Jalan Surabaya offshore
are the Thousand Islands some with beach resorts some uninhabited all part of a
marine National Park although the city is known for its heavy traffic and high
levels of pollution it is filled with an exciting nightlife and vibrant shopping
areas Lombok Lombok is an indonesian island east of Bali and west of San Bao
a part of the lesser Sunda Islands it’s known for beaches and surfing spots
particularly Acuto and Bango Bango in south Lombok the motor-vehicle free gili islands gili
trawangan gili air and Gili Meno a flan box west coast offer more beaches briefs
for diving and snorkeling and a sea turtle hatchery to the west sing Giggy
is a popular beach resort in the Gateway to the ghillies west Lombok also has
important temples most notably the 18th century pearl links are and Matt Sorum
the provincial capital home to craft shops and historical museum museum Negri
in the central highlands are gunning rinjani National Park in Mount Rinjani
an active volcano topped by a crater lake that’s a tracking and pilgrimage
destination northern Lombok features jungles waterfalls and traditional sac
villages Lombok is often compared to its closest neighbor Bali the island has the
same kind of beautiful beaches and volcanic sceneries with less
commercialism and fewer crowds making it one of the best places to visit in
Indonesia fan dung capital of Indonesia’s west java province is a
large city set amid volcanoes and tea plantations
it’s known for colonial and Art Deco architecture a lively university town
feel and thanks to its 768 meter elevation relatively cool tropical
weather nicknamed the Paris of Java during the
Dutch colonial period van dong retains 1920s and 30s landmarks like the
neoclassical ji-dong say it c’était building now the office of the
provincial governor it has a rooftop resembling the Indonesian skewered meat
dish there’s also the Art Deco mansion Villa Isola and the Sudanese roofed
ceremonial hall at the acclaimed institut teknologi bandung nearby
natural sights include tango pon para vu upside down vote volcano with trekking
and horseback riding above active craters there’s also the light turquoise
crater lake cow op huge and patching gang lake surrounded by tea plantations Surabaya Surabaya is a port city on the
Indonesian island of Java a vibrant sprawling metropolis it mixes modern
skyscrapers with canals and buildings from its Dutch colonial past it has a
thriving Chinatown and an Arab quarter whose ample mosque dates to the 15th
century the Tugu palawan heroes monument honors
the independence battle wage in surabaya streets in 1945 the city’s shopping
options range from glitzy multi-level shopping malls to overflowing chaotic
bazaars and its food scene from street stalls to upscale international
restaurants on the city’s outskirts the modern enormous al-akbar mosque with its
distinctive Bluegreen domes offers an elevator ride to the top of a minaret
with panoramic views for most foreign visitors the city is merely a transport
hub for locals Surabaya is closely linked to the birth of the Indonesian
nation as it was here that the battle for independence began bromo Tengger Samir you National Park a lunar like landscape of epic proportions
and surreal beauty the volcanic bromo region is one of Indonesia’s most
breathtaking sights the bromo Tengger Sameera National Park is best known for
its awesome scenery of a vast ancient volcanic crater and a host of
picturesque volcanoes that have emerged from it the park is named after two
mountains mount Sameera mount bromo and the Tanger people who inhabit the area Samira is the highest mountain in Java
as well as one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes the smoldering cone of
bromo stands in a sea of volcanic sand surrounded by the lowering cliffs of the
craters edge the bromo Tengger samara national park covers a massive area of
800 square kilometres in the centre of east java for anyone with an interest in
volcanoes a visit to the park is a must lake toba lake toba is one of the
awesome natural wonders of the world this enormous crater lake has an island
almost the size of Singapore in its centre at over 1145 square kilometers in
a depth of 450 meters lake toba is actually more like an ocean formed by a
gigantic volcano eruption some 70,000 years ago is probably the largest
resurgent caldera on earth Tovah has been part of a traveller
folklore for decades this grand ocean blue lake found up among Sumatra’s
volcanic peaks is where the amiable christian Batak people reside this is
the largest lake in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest lakes in the world towba is a beautiful place to come and
sit back relax and absorb some beautiful pristine scenery as the lake sits 900
metres above sea level there is a cooler climate here making a
refreshing break from the heat humidity and pollution of the city Joao Jakarta
if Jakarta’s Java’s financial and industrial powerhouse Jakarta is its
sole central to the islands artistic and
intellectual heritage yoshikata is where the Japanese language is at its purest
the Arts at their brightest and its traditions at their most visible Yoshi
Carta often called joke shop is a city on the Indonesian island of Java known
for its traditional arts and a cultural heritage its ornate 18th century royal
complex or kraton encompasses the still inhabited Sultan’s palace show Jakarta
together with its twin city surakarta solo is the cradle of
civilization on Java this city was a seat of power that produced the
Magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the eighth and ninth
century in the new powerful matram kingdom of the 16th and 17th century Joe
Jakarta is known as neverending Asia for its endless appeals this city is one of
the foremost cultural centres of Indonesia all of this and many more to
explore has brought Joe Jakarta as the second most visited destination in
Indonesian after Bali Raja Ampat Islands the sparsely
populated Raja Ampat Islands comprise more than 1500 islands just off Sarang
with their sublime scenery of sleep jungle covered Islands scorching white
sand beaches hidden lagoons spooky caves weird
mushroom shaped islets and pellucid turquoise waters Raja Ampat has to be
one of the most beautiful island chains in Southeast Asia located off the
northwest tip of the island of New Guinea Raja Ampat the four kings is a
fast archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands and Cays marine survey
suggested the marine life diversity around the Raja Ampat
Islands is the highest recording on earth making it one of the most famous
dive destinations in the world the staggering abundance of marine life is
due in part to its incredibly low human population density
the Raja Ampat islands are a truly natural phenomenon with enormous
biological diversity the amazing marine landscape means that underwater
photography should be on the top of your list during your stay however with Raja
amp its natural conditions high endemic level of land sea biodiversity coastal
ecology and local culture and tradition the islands offer more than just amazing
landscapes to photograph Bali Bali is one of the world’s most
popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards
the very landscape rugged coastlines tropical beaches lush rice terraces and
volcanic hillsides all provide a picturesque backdrop to its colorful
deeply spiritual and unique and new culture the combination of friendly
people a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality and
spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving have made Bali the most
popular tourist destination in Indonesia Bali is one of the most evocative and
popular tourist islands of the entire Indonesian archipelago
despite the clamor and chaos of the main tourist areas the island is rich in
natural beauty for the tractions for every kind of traveler ubud is the heart
of Bali a place where the culture of the island is most accessible and it shares
the island’s most beautiful rice fields and ancient monuments with the East and
West Bali tanah lot temple is one of Bali’s most
important lien marks in ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop
admits constantly crashing waves tonality empal is simply among volleys
not to be missed icons the mere mention of bali evokes thoughts of a paradise
it’s more than a place it’s a mood an aspiration a tropical state of mind thanks for watching
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  3. Wahai saudara2 setanah air Indonesia, marilah kita jaga persatuan kita demi negeri tercinta kita ini…jgn sampai kita mudah di pecah belah hingga orang Asing bisa menikmati kekayaan SDA negeri kita ini…damailah Indonesia ku💓😿, jangan saling merendahkan martabat…tak ada manusia yg sempurna😿yg terlihat baik blum tentu baik, yg buruk blum tentu buruk,, yg tau hanyalah Tuhan😿, setidaknya kita tetap brusaha mjd org baik..😿

  4. Yang merasa orang indonesia,harusnya kita bersyukur punya negara yang sangat indah.Kita harus tunjukin ke dunia bahwa indonesia ini bukan hanya satu agama tapi kita terdiri dari berbagai agama yang hidup rukun berdampingan..ayo kita gotong royong bangun indonesia secara sehat

  5. Bagi yang bukan warga negara ASEAN, tourism spot di Indonesia tidak memiliki perbedaan yang begitu signifikan dengan tempat wisata di Thailand , sehingga kebanyakan mereka lebih memilih untuk menghabiskan uang mereka di Thailand daripada di Indonesia.

    Kok bisa….?!
    Harga Tiket Masuk daerah wisata untuk Turis Mancanegara sangat jauh perbedaannya dengan Turis Lokal, 10x lipat lebih mahal..!! , padahal tidak ada fasilitas tambahan lebih yang diberikan ke mereka…

    Jadi, tidak ada alasan mereka datang ke Indonesia. Sudah tiket pesawat MAHAL dan tidak praktis ke lokasi wisata, harga tiket wisatapun MAHAL. Ngapain ke Indonesia hanya untuk lihat hutan hujan tropis, sungai, karst, pantai, gunung, pulau, terumbu karang, candi, atau tarian daerah, padahal daerah wisata lain di ASEAN juga banyak yang serupa, mending ke Thailand aja…

    Jujur sewaktu saya di luar negeri, saya melihat perbedaan yang kontras. Kebanyakan tempat wisata di luar negeri itu gratis. Kalaupun ada yg berbayar, most of the time, saya selalu diberikan harga yg sama dgn penduduk lokal.. Ada juga yg mungkin di beberapa tempat (karena belum saya explore semuanya), yang membedakan harga turis wisman, tapi harganya tidak pernah mencapai 2x lipat.

    Jadi, pariwisata ga usah digenjot sampai ke luar negeri, kalau kitanya belum siap. Cukup promosikan ke penduduk setempat saja yg penat dgn aktivitas hariannya dan ingin berwisata, tapi mencari tempat yg tidak terlalu jauh dan agak affordable bagi mereka…

  6. PLEASE PLEASE READ!!! Links below are some information about this zoo & others in Indonesia. I’m ABSOLUTELY NOT saying Misk Travel Guide (MTG) is bad or promoting this awful zoo or ANYTHING like that. I’m NOT saying don’t travel to Indonesia using this company or not, I’m literally only posting this to spread awareness!! The links below are a yr or so old which is why the animals look a little healthier & that’s ONLY because there is a active petition to change this that has worked but not as much as it should which is why the petition is still active. Please follow the links & help to spread awareness!! If I offended anyone that was ABSOLUTELY NOT my intention @ all!! I’m just trying to spread the truth with other animal lovers. (MTG) if you don’t want this comment on your video I absolutely understand & no worries whatsoever!!! Thanks for reading & listening & be safe everyone!!

    http://behindbarsbandungzoo.blogspot.com/

    https://behindbarsbandungzoo.blogspot.com/2017/11/2016-may-video-captured-of-starving-sun.html

    https://youtu.be/DeLb3TjBHsU

    https://youtu.be/IIQZH5EEnQM

    https://youtu.be/E4cgYOBtFKI

    https://youtu.be/IIQZH5EEnQM

  7. Going to leave for Indonesia from Pakistan on 15/11/2019. Never visited before. Any indonesian brother here? Need to ask a few questions

  8. I love indonesia so much ❤👍🇮🇩💒🕌🏯⛩ there is peace live with other religions and a lot of cultures ❤❤❤

  9. This is the video of Indonesia must watch!!!
    This video is amazing for a travel destination.
    https://youtu.be/35lK8KQsvKg

  10. Hey Indonesia since Australia donated millions of dollars to your last Tsunami disaster they now need your country to help them. Bushfires are burning down lots of houses

  11. im half indonesian but i never get a chance to travel around the country. im currently on planning to go there in 2 months and thats why im here to figure out where should i go. thanks for this video ❣️

  12. Don't forget Labuan Bajo and Komodo National Park with Padar island…And then Sumba Island "The Hidden Paradise" in East Nusa Tenggara Province…

  13. Waow indonesia ,,,,,,, peace , fine , fun , nice , soft ,,,,,, peace indonesia peace ,,,,, soelistijo tjahjono / yoyok / t.j / 08817043729/082257862178

  14. Heran yang posting…SKIP bandung 🤣🤣🤣.. Kota no 1 urusan makanan dan fashion lo mau skip…🤣🤣..ini kota favorit Turis Jakarta dan Malaysia..MACET ya karena banyak turis berkunjung…🤣🤣..gatau dia keindahan Lembang /tangkuban parahu dan Ciwidey 🤣…

  15. Indonesia was very beautiful. sabang until
    merauke .vacation here .i am
    indonesians he was gracious greet you and
    with the open hand help you .welcome
    in indonesia ~

  16. If you just listen Indonesian about muslim you Will know about Indonesian not just about muslim but we Indonesian have milion culture and we can life together you can see Kristen and Budha muslim all that can be one in Indonesian because we have bhinneka tunggal Ika.we can life with harmonis.

  17. I am Indonesian. we have abundant nature and wealth but as citizens of Indonesia cannot enjoy that wealth. only officials and government can have it

  18. A country that is so beautiful but its people are suffering and suffering, that's what I hope to work outside to live happier. Because only the rich can enjoy nature of Indonesia

  19. Amazing country full of wonders. Diverse culture and geography and a vast region overall. Indonesia has always been on my list.

    Love from Pakistan

  20. Ive been to many well known places in europe but when I got with my indonesian girlfriend and we went to bali/jakarta together it was the best trip of my life.

  21. Extraordinary place .It enchant me ,I'm interested to travel in your country but I don't know how much money need to travel in your country. I'm thankful to you if you make a video about North Mculla . I'm from Bangladesh .

  22. I come from Indonesia thank you for visiting Indonesia and for sharing your knowledge of Indonesia's natural beauty greetings from Indonesia

  23. After watching all this amazing beauty I question why anyone would want to live in Canada,,with flat lands and cold winters…why would someone from India bother to move to Canada when this Indonesian beauty is overwhelming..

  24. There so many places that you still not explore, Derawan Maratua in Borneo, Gadang Houses in Padang Sumatera, Fishing sport in Belitung, Mentawai Islands for Surf and Diving, Maluku Island and many more I can't mention all of it here… Hope you can explore the beauty of Indonesia Truly Asia.

  25. I LOV INDONESIA, SEPOTONG SURGA KARUNIA ALLAH SWT, PATUT DISYUKURI. AKU YAKIN MJD SALAH SATU BANGSA TERKEMUKA DI DUNIA.

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