The Top 3 Attractions In Indonesia

Excited? It is no wonder. There is an incredible trip to Indonesia in your future. After saving money and getting time off work…. it is almost here. Your dream getaway. The only thing left to do is start thinking about how you will fill your days. There are top-notch attractions, fantastic examples of architecture, and an endless supply of natural wonders. Every moment of your vacation will be one to remember! Especially if you visit one of these attractions. Here are the top 3 that Indonesia has to offer.

Tanah Lot

  1. Tanah Lot

There are certain places people dream of visiting. Ones so beautiful they simply have to be seen in person to be believed. Which is why so many people love to spend time in Indonesia. To see those incredible places! So you’ve booked a room at the Merlynn Park Hotel. You managed to snag cheap hotel deals for the duration of your stay. Now what? It is time to get out there and start seeing the world. Tanah Lot for instance. It is one of the most popular destinations for tourists to visit. In fact, this is one of the most well known temples in all of Indonesia. What makes it so special? Its location. It is right by the water. That gives the temple an extraordinary background. Which explains why this temple is constantly being photographed. What else can you expect during a visit to the Tanah Lot temple? The Hindu shrine has a beautiful rock formation. Not to mention a nearby cultural park, shops, and even places to eat. You can spend an awful lot of time here.


  1. Borobudur

Still searching for the perfect spot to add to your to do list? Then consider visiting Borobudur. This is a stunning 9th century Mahayana Buddhist Temple. Located in Magelang in Central Java, Indonesia, it cannot be missed. It is by far one of the most photographed spots in the country. The monument is made up of nine stacked platforms (six are square in shape and three are circular) and has a central dome on top. It also has over 500 Buddha statues to discover. It should come as no surprise that this incredible temple is the single most visited attraction in all of Indonesia. Borobudur has also been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not enough to convince you to visit? This is actually the largest Buddhist temple anywhere in the world.

The Ubud Monkey Forest

  1. The Ubud Monkey Forest

The next entry on the list? Has over 10 000 tourists visit each and every month. Pretty impressive! The Ubud Monkey Forest, which is also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, is a one of a kind nature reserve. It is located in Ubud, Bali, in Indonesia. The main goal is to preserve the area. That includes the Hindu temples (there are three of them. The Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, the Pura Beji, and the Pura Prajapati) as well as the animals. This is home to over 600 monkeys. Bananas are actually on sale inside the park to feed to the beautiful animals. Not a bad way to spend your vacation!


Olivia Watson

Olivia is a world traveler who has been to 27 countries in just over 15 years. She loves to share her knowledge of traveling to help others travel safer, cheaper and have more fun.
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