As we know, many tourist destinations in Indonesia are for foreign and local tourists for vacations, ranging from mountain tourism destinations, villages, waterfalls to beaches. From the many categories of this type of tourism, the audience also has their own favorite category, some call it #timpantai, there is also #timpegunungan. Well, for those of you who claim to be beach lovers or as they are called #timpantai, don’t let you not know the famous beach destinations in Indonesia which are often the following destinations for foreign and local tourists!
One of the most visited and dreamed of destinations on the modern traveler bucket list, Bali is a kaleidoscope of beautiful beaches, volcanic hills, lush rice paddies, and thousands upon thousands of Indonesian temples. It’s celebrated for its laid back atmosphere that’s attracted backpackers, surfers, and yogis for years, who have come in search of finding their Zen in this tropical paradise.
We can call ‘Island of the Gods’ Bali is deeply rooted in the spiritual, with endless Hindu temples boasting colorful architecture all of their own particularly in Ubud, Bali’s spiritual capital. Spend your days relaxing on some of Bali’s best beaches and diving in the Coral Triangle with its endless array of magical marine life. But the best part about Bali is just as much about doing a little as a lot.
Located in Indonesia’s Nusa Tenggara region, Komodo National Park is famous for one thing and one thing only its reptilian namesake, the Komodo dragon. Spread across three main islands Komodo, Rinca, and Padar as well as a collection of smaller islets, the park provides a sanctuary for this strange looking creature reminiscent of the dinosaurs. It’s the largest living lizard on the planet and can reach a mighty three meters in length! The reptiles roam freely over the islands, and visitors rely on experienced tour guides for sightings and to keep them safe.
But while the terrestrial beings within the Komodo National Park are definitely worth seeing, it’s the marine life that really stands out. The park protects some of the most abundant marine landscapes in the world, part of the Coral Triangle, home to more than 250 species of coral and a plethora of sea sponges and unusual bony fish.
An increasingly popular alternative to overly commercial Bali, Lombok and its offshore coral-ringed Gili Islands are tropical paradises. Here, you can enjoy all the appeal of Bali before tourism took over surfing hotspots, uncrowded beaches, and magical waterfalls tucked within steamy jungles, of which Tiu Kelep Waterfall tops the list without question.
There’s also a fantastic nightlife scene when the sun goes down on the satellite islands of Gili, particularly Gili Trawangan. Those in search of culture won’t be disappointed either, the markets in Mataram are a vibrant place to pick up souvenirs while mingling with the locals.
The Indonesian island of Flores means ‘Flowers’ in Portuguese, a name that hails from the European missionaries who arrived in the 16th-century. Lying to the east of Sumbawa and to the west of Lembata in Nusa Tenggara, the long island of Flores is famous for its amazing multicolored crater lakes around Mount Kelimutu, traditional village homestays, and endless opportunities for adventure tourism.
The lakes are truly a sight to behold in every color you can think of from browns and greens to aqua blue colors caused by the minerals reacting to the gas of the region’s volcanoes. The Kelimutu three-colored lake is a must-see from the top of the volcano at sunrise.
An island cluster on the northwestern tip of Papua New Guinea, Raja Ampat is one of the most sensational diving destinations in Indonesia. Raja Ampat which means ‘Four Kings’ is made up of four major jungle clad islands surrounded by turquoise lagoons and pearly white palm fringed beaches Waigeo, Salawati, Misool, and Batanta along with thousands of smaller islands.
The archipelago is celebrated for its rich marine life and underwater coral reefs home to as many as 75% of all known coral species! With everything from underwater photography to wreck diving, it’s so beautiful, you should definitely invest in an underwater camera.
Of the many beautiful beaches that Indonesia has, it has its own charm for foreign tourists visiting Indonesia to enjoy them. This makes it not uncommon for us to meet many foreign tourists who are on vacation in Indonesia and even decide to stay in Indonesia.
Therefore, for you foreign tourists you definitely need a Visa to visit your destination in Indonesia. The type of visa used is usually a Temporary Visit Visa for tourist purposes (Tourist visa) this is the most famous and most widely applied type of visa. If you want to vacation abroad, you must have a type of visa that serves as a sign of permission to vacation in this country. However, there are also countries that implement a visa-free system for vacations.
Holders of a temporary visit visa for tourist purposes (tourist visa) will be allowed to enter the destination country for vacation. Anyone can apply for this type of visa, as long as they meet all the requirements and documents needed to apply for a visa. Keep in mind, each country has different conditions and how to apply for a visa!
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