Indonesia has some of the best sights that possess picture-perfect scenery and views that will never leave your minds. Indonesia has some hidden gems that we bet you will fall in love with the moment you see them. With countless national holidays in 2019, perhaps it’s time to make your wish list even longer and add these seven Indonesian sights to it right away.
Wisata Bukit Pelalangan, Pulau Madura
Mother Nature is truly the world’s greatest treasure and the limestone sculptures located in Wisata Bukit Pelalangan proves it. This spot is taken care of by the community on Pulau Madura and is all things beautiful. Made of brown cliffs, you’ll never get bored of walking around this treasure. Limestone caves are also there for you to explore.
Omah Kayu Paralayang, East Java
Omah Kayu Paralayang is an isolated treehouse located in a serene forest in East Java and has one of the most spectacular mountain views you’ll ever lay your eyes on. Omah Kayu is located 1,340 metres above sea level and carries six treehouses. We know where we’re going for our next mini-getaway.
Located in East Kalimantan is the beautiful lake Danau Labuan Cermin, which definitely has a meaning behind its name. The lake is crystal clear, and you won’t believe your eyes when you see it. It is so clear that you can even see a reflection of yourself when you look down.
Celebrate love in Pulo Cinta Eco Resort located in Gorontalo. The whole resort is built in the shape of a huge heart and we’re feeling the love from here. Pulo Cinta is the perfect short escape for a romantic getaway. Take a date night to a whole new level—even better, the month of love is coming soon.
Located in Lampung, this tourist attraction is a definite must-visit this year! With broken and irregular cliffs throughout Pantai Pegadungan, this one is a beautiful sight to see. The best time is to catch the sunset and watch how beautiful the sun rays work with the broken rocks.
Mount Kelimutu, Flores
Mount Kelimutu, a volcano located in Flores, will give you an experience you’ve never seen before. With three lakes that carry distinctive colours, there’s always a sight to see. Catch the perfect hike here and watch the sunrise and you will then understand the true definition of beauty.
Argapura, West Java
Argapura, located in West Java, shows us the most spectacular rice fields. Argapura is a village in Majalengka that has an uncountable number of rows of rice fields. Maze your way through and be sure not to get lost.
Set within an impressive prominent rock formation near Labuan Bajo, Gua Batu Cermin or Mirror Cave is one of the most popular destination to visit while you are travelling to Flores. Through a hole in the cave, rays of light find their way into the cave’s inside walls where they perform a spectacular show of reflected sunlight. If you want to experience this visual delight in all its beauty, make sure to be there at the right time: depending on the time of year, the sunrays only hit the hole between 9 and 10 a.m.