Indonesia

The floating emerald islands of the Indonesian archipelago have for centuries lured everyone from missionaries to pirates, mining companies and backpackers to their sandalwood and spice breezes, their Bali Hai lifestyle and their magnificent beaches, mountains and volcanoes. However, the myth of paradise is often marred by deep racial divides, religious warring, high-handed autocracy, government corruption, economic mismanagment and natural disasters. The latest rounds of violence have made Indonesia a problematic destination for Western travellers. Refreshingly though, much of the country remains barely touched by mass tourism. Despite great improvements in communications and transport connections, Indonesia's thousands of islands and multitude of cultures still offer adventure that is hard to find in the developed world.

Agats Aiduma Island Aljui Bay, Waigeo Island
Alor Island Alyui Bay Alyui, Waigeo Island
Ambon Island Anambas Archipelago Anano Island
Aru Island Asmat Villages Auri Islands
Bali Balikpapan (Borneo) Balobalong Besar
Baluran National Park Banda Aceh Banda Neira
Banda, Spice Islands Bandung Banka Island
Batu Islands Bau-Bau Bawal Island
Bawemataluwo Belawan Belitung Islands
Benoa Berastagi Berau Bay
Bintan Is Bitung Boo Islands
Bromo Tengger Semeru Bunaken National Park Butung Island
Candidasa Den Weg Islands Fak Fak
Flores Island Gam Island (Yenwapunor) Gili Bidara
Gili Islands Gili Kondo Gili Meno
Gili Nanggu Gili Trawangan Java
Java Sea Jayapura Jogyakarta
Kabaena Kakabia Kalabahi
Karimun Jawa Kei Islands Kepulauan, Spice Islands
Kodi Kokoila Island Komodo
Krakatau Volcano Kri Island Kupang (West Timor)
Kura Kura Kuta Lamalerap Village
Larantuka Lawi Lawi Lembar
Lesser Sunda Islands Leti Island Lomblem Island
Lomblem Reef Lombok MacCluer Gulf
Makassar Malang Maluku Islands
Manado Maumere (Flores) Medan
Merauke Meru Betiri National Park Misool Island
Mommon Peninsula Moyo Island Natuna Islands
Padaido Islands Padang Palau Ayu
Palau Gorong Palopo (Sulawesi) Parai Beach
Pare Pare Pasuruan Peucang Island (Ujung Kulon)
Pulau Ai Pulau Ayu Pulau Kakaban
Pulau Leti Pulau Nias Pulau Pelangi
Pulau Seribu Pulau Suanggi Pulau Weh
Pura Kambera Raja Ampat Roon Island
Sabang, Pulau We Sanur Satonda Island
Satonda Island Savu Selaru Island
Semarang Siladeng Island Simeulue Islands
Sorong Sulawesi Sea Sumatra
Sumba Island Sumbawa Island Sumenep
Surabaya Surakarta (Solo) Tanjung Pandan
Tanjung Priok Tanjung Wangi Tarakan
Teluk Dalam Ternate Ternate and Tidore
Tolandono Ujung Kulon National Park Ujung Pandang
Waigeo Island Watubela Archipelago West Papua
West Timor Wofoh Island Yamdena Island
Yogyakarta

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