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Toilet paper is generally available but it is good practice to carry some. Toilets are generally clean, although often flooded as it is common to have what to me seemed like small tubs with a bucket which is used to flush the toilet. In the less touristy regions the squat toilets are very common. Indonesia is a huge country and it would require a few months to explore it properly.
There are many places to visit in Indonesia, but some are simply unmissable. However, the uncontrolled development has turned it into a chaotic web of small streets and big suburbs. Yet, I find that visiting is one of the things to do in Indonesia. One of the unmissable things to do in Indonesia is visiting the various volcanoes and craters that are scattered around the country. At about 30 km north of Bandung, Tangkuban Perahu is the huge crater of an active volcano that last erupted in It is still possible to see smoke coming out of it and to smell the typical sulphur gases.
Tangkuban Perahu is one of the places to visit in Indonesia. Although the first part of the crater line is literally invaded by vendors and their stalls, it is possible to walk around the entire crater the walk lasts about two hours and to get splendid views of it.
In fact, it is so impressive that I find it to be one of the places to visit in Indonesia. South of Bandung there is Kawah Putih, another of the places to visit in Indonesia. This is a beautiful crater, located at around meters above sea level. Although the crater is smaller than that of Tangkuban Perahu, in this case there is a gorgeous green lake in it, and the landscape is a bit surreal yet very beautiful.
The gorgeous Kawah Putih is one of the places to visit in Indonesia. One of the things to do in Indonesia is learning about its diversity. A great way to do that is by experiencing the Saung Angklung Udjo show in Bandung. Mostly geared to tourists, this show is actually a lot of fun to watch and to take part in. The director, Mr Udjo, has made it a point in teaching the children and teenagers that attend the school the importance of protecting their cultural heritage, whatever that is, and to always be proud of it and to respect each other.
The students take part in the show, and turn it into a great experience.
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The first part is dedicated to showcasing the various traditional dances, costumes and cultures of Indonesia in a show full of color and rhythm. The second part is more interactive: members of the public are given an angklung , which is a bamboo instruments that, shaken, produces varying sounds. The director of the school then directs the public into playing it, and the final result is that of an orchestra.
I found it very entertaining, and for sure I would say that Saung Angklung Udjo school is one of the places to visit in Indonesia. I am not what people would call a foodie, but there is no doubt that one of the things to do in Indonesia is trying its interesting food. The surroundings of Bandung are packed with great restaurants. The fantastic locations and settings and the amazing food make the experience an overall great one. Among my favorite restaurants in the area there is Dusun Bambu, which is located on gorgeous hills and is a favorite of locals who crowd it at weekends not only for the delicious food but also for the amusement park on the ground — it is in and of itself one of Indonesia tourist attractions and a good place to spot some local life.
Another great restaurant is The Peak — the perfect location for a special night out with its fine dining, great live music, fantastic views and huge choice of wines. Finally, Kampung Daun is simply outstanding: surrounded by a luscious jungle and bamboo forest, there are small huts that serve as eating platforms, each completely surrounded by nature. The overall impression is that of a very relaxed place, and the food is delicious. A first taste of Borobudur can actually be enjoyed from the incredible Amanjiwo, a luxury hotel in the Menoreh Hills near Magelang that offers great views of the temple and that also has a fantastic restaurant.
For as expensive as it may be, if having some money to spare, eating or spending a few nights in Amanjiwo is one of the things to do in Indonesia.
Seeing the sunrise from Borobudur is one of the things to do in Indonesia. This implies a very early wake up call to get to the site when it is still dark, and then waiting until the sun finally rises. For as tiring as it may be, the incredible view is worth every effort. Doing a sunrise tour of Borobudur is one of the best things to do in Indonesia. At about 25 km north of Yogyakarta, Kaliurang is a popular weekend destination and one of the most pleasant places to visit in Indonesia thanks to its lovely climate.
Indeed it is located at meters above sea level and the temperatures are much milder than in the nearby Yogyakarta. In Kaliurang, the Ullen Sentalu Museum is a pleasant surprise and deserves to be mentioned among Indonesia tourist attractions.
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The museum is a celebration of Javanese culture and its interesting exhibit is mostly focussed on the most influential and famous women of Java and in particular on the wives of sultans. Considered to be the soul of Indonesia and its cultural and artistic centre, Yogyakarta is the most interesting city in the country and thus visiting is one of the ultimate things to do in Indonesia. This lively, fun city is a great mixture of modern life — imagine traffic jams, scooters zipping about, advertising boards, fast food chains and posh restaurants — and expressions of ancient cultures such as the production of batik , unique rituals and traditional music.
Not to mention, Yogyakarta is also a great starting point to visit a lot of other places in Indonesia, such as the temples of Prambanan and Borobudur. Yet, what I loved the most about Yogyakarta are the great positive vibes it sends to its visitors: people are friendly beyond imagination, the city is welcoming, the range of things to do in Yogyakarta incredible.
It is not surprising that those who visit Indonesia — myself included — end up falling in love with Yogyakarta. One of the things to do in Indonesia is uncovering its interesting history. Yogyakarta is one of the places to visit in Indonesia just for this purpose. Doing a tour of Yogyakarta is one of the nicest things to do in Indonesia. These historic complexes are an oasis of peace from the chaos of the city, with their tiny alleys to wander around, artists parlours, mosques, schools and markets.
Life is slower there. Visiting the Royal Palace compounds is one of the things to do in Yogyakarta. The innermost parts were built between and and the current sultan of Yogyakarta still lives there. Aside from the beautifully furnished buildings and great exhibits on the lives of the sultans, here it is possible to observe some of the most ancient traditions of Java. Attendants pass on their profession to their sons.
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They wear the traditional javanese costumes and and take care of the palace. Another one of the things to do in Indonesia that can be enjoyed in Yogyakarta is attending a gamelan traditional instrument concert at the Royal Palace. Enjoying the lovely street art of Yogyakarta: one of the things to do in Indonesia. The Taman Sari, or Water Palace, is a beautiful park with palaces, pools and canals that was once used by the sultans, his wives and his court to entertain themselves. This happened over two years ago. Safe travels! Tourist Tax.
Count yourself lucky I still havent experienced any of that, enjoy your adventures girl. Hopefully one day no too far i will experience as many crazy things as you have. You poor thing! Impressive list. And yet you sound positive after all! Good luck on your trips! I was a victim of the tea scam :. Just found your blog today and am loving it. So hard to decide where to go when you can go anywhere!
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Hi, happy that you are OK, reading your posts I was worrying sick thinking of my own daughter which I thought was the clumsiest person on heart but you actually equal her LOL… good read… we are leaving soon for our family RTW and I bet we will have a lot of misadventures to tell… My daughter takes her clumsiness from me.
Take care. Stay curious and keep scratching that itch that forms of your feet. After 16yrs of traveling and having death spit me out on a few occasions… I am still curious about everything. Hope to bump into you in this lifetime.. PS: You have mail. Thanks, Priscilla! I hope you will never stop traveling, even though it may sounds weird.
I love your adventures! I know they are often super crazy and super dangerous for you physical help but you have some great stories to tell! This list is amazing!
I am obsessed with reading about your adventures. We have similar stories :D. These are just brilliant Lauren! Perfect for blogging though unfortunate at the time. I got locked in a toilet in Delhi on the top floor of a restaurant where there were no customers. When my friend finally realised, the staff tried to slowly break holes in the door before they cut to the chase and kicked it in.
It was a long time to be in a tiny toilet! So I learned how to relax and just roll with it. The first time I got scammed, I took it hard, my pride was wounded. Just another learning experience and probably good for it to happen to you early on! I LOVE these stories! These just make me even more excited to go — hopefully without me experiencing the same things! Thanks, Vicky! Hope you have a great trip Very nervous but excited.