Indonesia expects to receive at least 7.4 million international arrivals to produce a $ 6 billion exchange following the spike in foreign tourists last year.
Here are 5 Indonesia super-priority destinations that must be visited after the pandemic.
Indonesia has gone through a lot of struggles to gain its independence.Let's reminisce about the moment by visiting some of the historical places in Indonesia!
he beaches, the mountainous areas, and the lush forests are the highlights that make this destination special.
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Rendang is a delicacy from West Sumatra, Indonesia, which has been recognized abroad.
Many old buildings are the silent witnesses of Indonesia's journey.
Stretching at the eastern tip of South Sulawesi, Lake Matano with its blue and calm water surface is the deepest lake in Indonesia.
Belitung regency government is offering island hopping activity for G20 delegations that will attend the Development Ministerial Meeting on the island fromSeptember7-9, 2022.
Visitors who have an eager interest in volcanic activities must come to the park and witness the smoke of ashes coming from Mount Semeru.
International Orangutan Day has been established to encourage communities to take action to conserve this species.
A viral little singer, Farel Prayoga was invited to be one of the performers at the 77th Indonesian Independence Ceremony at the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta.
Coffee shops in Jakarta come with a variety of themes, one of them is a coffee shop with a Japanese atmosphere.
In commemoration of the 77th Independence Day of Indonesia on August 17, 2022, The Village Resort Bogor by Waringin Hospitality offers various attractive promos.
The temples at Prambanan were built in the 9th century and are known locally as Roro Jonggrang, coming from the legend of the slender virgin.
In commemoration of Indonesias Independence Day on August 17th, here are some exciting traditions to celebrate the national holiday from many parts of the country.
The Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Sandiaga Uno announced that Bali will officially host the peak event of the 42nd World Tourism Day onSeptember27, 2022.
Bali is not only known for its beaches and glamorous life but also as a serene place to calm one's soul.
People's culinary references have changed to become more varied, particularly in Indonesia.
Indonesias rich collection of nature is often quieter at this time of year, making exploration much more rewarding.