50 Tourist Attractions in Indonesia for Vacation Destinations

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1. Way Kambas National Park – Lampung

What first comes to mind when you hear the word Lampung? The fragrant coffee and the famous elephant breeding? Yes, it’s not wrong, Lampung is indeed one of the right tourist

destinations for those of you who want to see the breeding of this large mammal. Way Kambas National Park is located in Labuhan Timur District, Lampung. The tourist attraction managed by

the Ministry of Forestry was first built in 1985 and is the first elephant school in Indonesia. Besides being a place for conservation and training of elephants, in the TNWK there is also the

International Rhino Foundation which serves as a breeding place for rhinos from extinction. To be able to enter here, you will only be charged an entrance ticket of IDR 30,000 per person. Very cheap, right?

2.Parai Tenggiri Beach – Bangka Belitung

You certainly have seen the phenomenal film Laskar Pelangi set on Belitong Island, right? Besides the storyline, what’s interesting about the film? Yes, of course the shooting location.

In Belitung (local people usually call it Belitong) there are many beautiful beaches with stones the size of houses scattered on the shoreline, one of which is Parai Tenggiri Beach. Unlike other

beaches in general, Parai Tenggiri has a sloping beach structure with turquoise green sea water and soft white sand. Not only that, calm beach waves are also a reason for tourists who are

happy with swimming activities. In addition to swimming, you can also fish, parasailing, diving, snorkeling, and many more. Come on, vacation to Bangka Belitung!

3. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin Museum – Palembang

Besides being famous for its delicious pempek submarine, Palembang also has many interesting tourist attractions to visit, one of which is the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin Museum.

This historical tourist spot is located near the tourist area of ​​Benteng Kuto Besak. This 2-story museum is an old Dutch heritage building. Here, you can find a variety of unique object

collections from various branches of science, ranging from archeology, biology, ethnography, fine arts, ceramics, to numismatics which are still well maintained. Not only that, you can also

see collections of ancient money, traditional clothing, limas house models, songket cloths, musical instruments, and so on. This tourist spot itself is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

4.Fort Marlborough – Bengkulu

If you happen to be in Bengkulu and enjoy historical nuances, try visiting Fort Marlborough Fort, which is located in Teluk Segara, Kebun Keling, Bengkulu. Little information, this building is a

British fortress and was built by EIC (East India Company) in 1713. The initial purpose of building this fort was as a point of defense for the British from enemy attacks. According to the story,

Fort Marlborough Fortress was the second strongest fortress in the East that England had built. After changing hands from the British government to the Netherlands, the Netherlands to Japan,

Japan to Indonesia, until it was again occupied by the Dutch, this fort was finally officially managed by the local Ministry of Education and Culture to be restored and used as a cultural heritage.

If you intend to come here, come between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., because this tourist spot is only open to the public at these hours.

5.Candi Muaro Jambi – Jambi

During this time, the two most widely known temples in Indonesia are Prambanan Temple and Borobudur Temple. But do you know that on the land of Jambi there is also the largest Hindu-

Buddhist temple complex in Indonesia? Yes, Candi Muaro Jambi is named. This historical tourist spot is a blend of the inheritance of the Kingdom of Srivijaya and the Kingdom of Malay and is

thought to have existed since the 11th century AD. The place that is interesting and rich in historical value makes Candi Muaro Jambi inaugurated as an Integrated Historical Tourism Area

(KWST) in 2012 by former President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Not only domestic tourists, in recent years foreign tourists began to arrive in order to witness firsthand the place that was once used as one of the centers of the Mahayana Tantri Buddhist worship in this country.Read later