Indonesia is a country with rich of culture and diverse nature. From north to south of the country, there are 8 Unesco World Heritage Sites and many of them are national parks which boasts unique rain forests.
Java Indonesia : Borobudur Temple
Built in IX century, this temple is recommended for all tours to Indonesia thanks to its imposing structure, carvings and it is really unique to other Buddhism temples in Southeast Asia.
The biggest day that this temple welcome the most visitor is during the pilgrimage of Waisak .
Komodo National Park
Inspired by Komodo dragons, the national park is located on a volcanic island and it hosts some 5700 dragons according to the statistic.Along with the fauna, visitors are impressed Komodo offers so many sandy beaches and chances to absorb in marine lifes.
Not far from Yogyakarta in Java, there appears Prambanan Temple, one of the biggest Hindu religious sites in terms of architecture in the world.
Lorentz National Park
Thanks to the effort of Indonesia government, this site is very well-protected today.
It has the tallest island peak in the world which is the Mount Carstensz Pyramid (Gunung Puncak Jaya), at 4884 metres tall on the Jayawijaya range, and it is surrounded by beautiful glaciers.With 630 bird pieces, birdwatchers will love to enjoy the time here.
Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra
There are 3 national parks in Sumatra including Gunung Leuser National Park, Kerinci Sebat National Park and Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park.Bukit Lawang in Gunung Leuser National Park is famous for its Sumatran Orangutan and many go for Orangutan trekking in chance to view the Orangutan in natural habitat or visit the Orangutan Viewing Platform during feeding.