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Charter a Private Plane to See Indonesia’s Top Attractions

Indonesia is a tourist’s delight. There are a number of wonderful places to see in Indonesia. Here are the attractions to discover in this vast and varied country:

Ubud

Ubud is famously known as the cultural center of Bali and among the favorite tourist destination when in Indonesia. Impeccably located in the center of remarkable rice fields; it looks magnificent. Visitors can enjoy music and dance displays, explore art galleries and craft shops. Ubud is favored by visitors wanting to immerse in Bali’s culture.

Gili Islands

The Gili Islands is composed of 3 small islands namely: Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, and Gili Meno. The islands are extremely peaceful and cool, with various beachside cafes playing reggae music and there are no cars or motorcycles to disrupt the place.

Komodo National Park

The Komodo National Park is situated inside the Lesser Sunda Islands that makes up three bigger islands Rinca, Komodo and Padar and 26 smaller islands. This national park was named after the biggest living reptiles which are the Komodo Dragons that can grow up to 3 meters or more and can weigh over 70kg. Komodo dragons mainly eat bodies of dead animals and can also hunt mammals and prey birds.

Borobudur

One of the world’s most –visited and famous Buddhist temple is the Borobudur. It was erected over a span of 75 years during the 8th and 9th centuries from about 2 million blocks of stone by the Sailendra kingdom. In 14thcentury, it was abandoned for reasons that arestill anonymous and for hundreds of years has been concealed in the jungle underneath volcanic ash.

Baiturrahman Grand Mosque

This magnificent mosque, situated in the Banda Aceh, stand as proof of Sumatra’s historical magnificence. It’s an important symbol of the Aceh people for their culture and religion. This is particularly so since it had withstood the overwhelming tsunami of 2004 in one piece. The mosque’s design is a combination of the colonial and Moghul Indian architecture with the indigenous traditional Acehnese style.

Mount Bromo

Mount Bromo is known as among the best iconic volcano mountain in all of the Indonesia. This is because of its location since it lies strategically amid the Tengger caldera, which is a crater made of black volcanic sand, while standing ominous discharging white sulfurous smoke. It is still drawing a lot of travelers to go during the early hours of the day to trek and catch the sunrise over the otherworldly Mount Bromo view.

Lake Toba

Lake Toba is the biggest volcanic lake formed when a huge volcanic eruption happened about 70,000 years ago and were also the largest caldera lake in the world. This lake is said to be the product of an enormous super volcanic eruption called the Toba catastrophe theory, which apparently has eradicated a huge number of human inhabitants.

Raja Ampat

The diver’s paradise is famous for its rich marine ecosystem, unspoiled corals, and reefs that can drop the jaws of even most experienced divers. Raja Ampat is part of the Coral Triangle of the world, which is famous for accommodating over 3000 species of fish and other astonishing habitats that give life to the biodiversity of its aquatic life.

Tana Toraja or Toraja land

The main tourist allure of  Toraja land is its funeral rites that have been used for countless years. It’s believed that they are fixated on the notion of death, not in a dark way but as something vital to them. You may discover cave graves, baby tree graves, tau tau or life-sized wooden effigies, hanging graves and even buffaloes being slaughtered in great numbers, and all of these bring a sense of eccentricity yet fascinating.

Baliem Valley

The main tourist attraction is the Baliem Valley is the chance to look at tribal villages by walking from village to another. The people of Yali, Lani and Dani tribal land or Asmat lands are living the same way as they have always been. You will discover distinct cultures and fashion in this place. And at the same time, you will be amazed of the wonderful mountain views, rivers, and immense green fields. The grass huts are traditionally made and are distinct while the daily activities of the tribes are captivating.

Getting around Indonesia mostly requires travelling by land. You can get to Indonesia on a commercial flight or travel in convenience and enjoy your privacy on a private plane charter.

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