When it comes to the sheer diversity of experiences available, Indonesia really does have it. You never know when you will be strolling beneath the gleaming skyscrapers of a contemporary city. You might be eating vibrant food the following day in a typical hilltop. You can climb to the freezing-cold summit of a puffing volcano, or descend into a sweltering rainforest in search of orangutans, or maybe you're the type of person who salute the sun at dawn before riding a world-class barrel back to a pristine beach at dusk.
Bali is where around half of all international visitors arrive, although the country is far larger than just one alluring island. The country is composed of 17,508 islands and there are six major Indonesia islands that are worth mentioning about-namely, Java, Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Maluku, West Nusa Tenggara and West New Guinea.
Long-term interactions between the country's basic indigenous practices and various foreign influences have molded Indonesian culture. Due to Indonesia's strategic location along ancient trade routes between the Far East, South Asia, and the Middle East, a wide range of religions, which are all prevalent in the major trading cities, have had a significant impact on many cultural practices.
When it come to a retail therapy, some well-stocked international malls have opened in major cities, while literally hundreds of small individual shops and boutiques line the streets of the touristic areas of Bali and cities of Yogyakarta and Lombok.
Go on and explore what is known as the equatorial emerald and the largest archipelago in the world and don’t forget to bring along your UnionPay card with you.