In Southeast Asia, Indonesia is a stunning island nation between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is the biggest island nation with thousands of volcanic islands, occupying 1,905 million kilometers. This glorious region, officially known as the Republic of Indonesia, is blessed with various landscapes. Indonesia has plenty for everybody, from its sandy beaches to smoldering volcanoes and green jungles.

Jakarta, the capital, is the center of elegance and happiness. This city has lots of tourism from the Great Indonesian Shopping Centre, the Istiqual Mosque, and Jakarta Cathedral, draped in the magical aura, to the lively National Museum, the glamorous Old Town of Jakarta, to a glistening Chinese Town. Add to that the lovely Miniature Park, the sandy Thousand Islands, and the exciting Waterbom Jakarta trips, which give you plenty to do here.

In addition to Jakarta’s spectacular views, the island nation provides few other stunning attractions. Lake Toba is a magnanimous volcanic lake, created 70,000 years ago by a massive volcanic eruption. In addition to its scenic elegance, the lake is also a perfect place to rest, relax and swim in the warm lava waters. The Borneo Island Tanjung Puting National Park is an animal lover’s paradise, providing boat tours to discover its rich flora and fauna. The Baliem Valley in western New Guinea is a must stop if you are an adventurer. This spot, the home of the Dani Tribe, is blessed by the abundance of nature and the mighty rivers. In its tribal communities, the warm spirit will broaden the horizons to a whole new environment.

The active volcano Mount Bromo is an exciting tourist hotspot. Its interior crater emits white smoke and is therefore covered by volcanic sand. Bunaken on Sulawesi Island is famous for scuba diving and snorkeling for explorers. The stunning sun-bathed Gili Islands are an exotic place.

This wonderful nation has 700 regional languages. Bahasa Indonesia has been modified from Malay to be the official tongue. Indonesia’s population map indicates a projected 255,4 million inhabitants. The area is primarily Javanese populated and also home to Chinese, Balinese, and Malay ethnic groups.