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Pics of the Week: Indonesia

Lying stretched along the equator, steamy and volcanic Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago, home to over 230 million people. The archipelago boasts around 17,000 diverse and unusual islands (of which 8,000 are inhabited); so, there's no shortage of subjects for this collection of 'Pics of the Week'.

by Daniel Sendecki Posted on 07 November 2014

Lying stretched along the equator, steamy and volcanic Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago, home to over 230 million people. Lately, "Indo" has had a string of bad luck, from tsunamis to earthquakes, fires and political instability. Being a country of islands, though, it is by nature regional, and it would be a mistake to write off this massive area because you'd miss so much. Lush green rice terraces line mountainsides, jungle animals roam freely, and pristine beaches and lakes abound.

Indonesia boasts around 17,000 diverse and unusual islands (of which 8,000 are inhabited); so, there's no shortage of subjects for this week's collection of pics. Dramatic sights abound here. Join us for a few minutes and check them out.

A serene Buddha instills calm in Sanur, Indonesia.

A serene Buddha instills calm in Sanur, Indonesia.

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Contemplative monkey.

Contemplative monkey.

The majestic Pura Ulun Danu Batur in Bali.

The majestic Pura Ulun Danu Batur in Bali.

The simmering Mt Bromo Volcano in Java.

The simmering Mt Bromo Volcano in Java.

The sea rages around the calm serenity of Tanah Lot Temple in our Pic of the Day.

The sea rages around the calm serenity of Tanah Lot Temple in our Pic of the Day.


Getting There

Let?G Adventures?show you?Indonesia?in a way you’ve yet to see! We’ve got a number of departures encompassing a wide range of departure dates and activities to cater for different tastes. We’re thrilled at helping you eat your way through Indonesia — check out our?small group trips here.

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