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The Indonesian archipelago is a collection of islands that holds untold treasures in its diversity of cultures, landscapes, and cities. With nearly 13,500 islands under its jurisdiction, Indonesia offers an adventure for everyone, from exploring ancient temples and hiking active volcanoes to diving in largely untouched waters. You can wander the busy streets of Jakarta, or take a step back in time with a visit to the remote villages of Tana Toraja; indulge in the bliss of Bali, or come face to face with the volatile Anak Krakatau. Whatever you choose, the experience is sure to be one filled with awe and appreciation for a country as steeped in history and natural beauty as this one.


Bali, the most westerly of the Lesser Sunda Islands, is probably the best known island in the Indonesian Archipelago as far as tourists are concerned. Its unique character has fascinated Bali visitors since time immemorial. A luxuriant tropical vegetation, artistically arranged rice terraces, numerous shrines, rich arts and crafts, colourful markets and the famous temple dances exert a magical attraction throughout the year on holiday makers from all over the world. The natives of the island do not call it Bali: to them it is Nusa Dua, the Great Island.

Good to Know

Read the basic info and also some fun facts about Indonesia! Here you will find everything you should know about the land of ‘’Unity in Diversity’’!



Visa Requirements

US citizens see https://travel.state.gov for up-to-date visa information.

Languages spoken

Indonesian, some English

Currency Used

Indonesian rupiah

Area (km2)

1,904,569 km2 (735,358 mi2)

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