7 Favorite Destinations Foreign Tourists in Indonesia
JAKARTA – Indonesia has many destinations that have the beauty and uniqueness of each. There are at least 9 million foreign tourists from various parts of the world who come to Indonesia. Then which attractions are the favorites?
As reported by Skyscanner there are 7 places that are often preferred by foreign tourists. Here’s the review.
Yogyakarya has many beautiful beaches, interesting attractions, history, and unique culture, as well as culinary flirting. Yogja is also the entrance for foreign tourists who want to travel overland on the island of Java.
Some of their favorite attractions are the Yogyakarta Palace, Prambanan Temple and Ratu Boko, batik tour / course, to the beaches of Gunung Kidul.
In the past, Senggigi and Gili Trawangan became the 2 most visited destinations of foreign tourists. Now, tourists start visiting the beaches in the southern part of Lombok, such as Kute Beach, Tanjung Aan, Mawun Beach, Mawi Beach, and Selong Belanak. The beauty is still natural.
3. Raja Ampat
Unique natural landscape and pampering the eyes, friendly locals, and diverse underwater nature are the main attraction of Raja Ampat. Foreign tourists can spend up to a month as they explore this vast archipelago. Some places like Wayag, Waigeo, Waisai, and Misool are the most visited destinations.
4. Kelimutu Mountain National Park
The beauty of the rising sun and the three colored lake is able to make Kelimutu become one of the most visited destinations of foreign tourists, especially those from the plains of Europe. The friendliness of the local people and the quiet atmosphere of Moni Village at the foot of the mountain makes them feel at home to linger.
5. Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park
Being between Yogja and Bali, making this national park much visited by foreign tourists. Some start an overland journey from Yogja, or from Malang, and not a few also fly to Surabaya, then continue to see the beauty of the rising sun in Penanjakan, the extent of Bromo Crater and the desert and savanna, and Mount Semeru.
6. Komodo National Park
National park located in West Manggarai regency, East Nusa Tenggara province this may be the second place in Indonesia that never deserted foreign tourists. In fact, not infrequently from those who repeatedly visit this place to see rare animals Komodo, relax on the island of Kanawa, as well as trekking to Gili Lawa and Pulau Padar.
Although many people regard Bali as a mainstream destination, the island has always managed to attract tourists from various parts of the world. Not a few settled here. Surrounded by many beautiful beaches, beautiful little islands such as Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, its unique customs and culture, and its culinary delights, Bali is Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination for foreign, domestic as well.