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Indonesia in Pictures

Indonesia in Pictures

Indonesia is a beautiful country. One could write pages and pages or one could try to pictorially cover it. I am striving here to do the latter. They do say a picture is worth a thousand words!

Huge masks depicting various mythological characters interspersed with carved skulls of animals.

Elaborate make-ups, expressive eyes and body movements mark Ramayana Dance Drama

Indonesia is abound with natural wonders such as Batu Bolong temple near Tanah Lot.

Bali and other places in Indonesia are best place to surf and to learn too.

Women and Men pray together in the same hall in separate sections at National Mosque.

Want to relish your morning cuppa Kopi Luwak or Civet Coffee?

Kawah Putih, the white crater.

A Bandung Bistro

One of the many hot water springs at Bandung

What a feast !!

A view of Indonesia from the sky

Another view of Indonesia from the sky

Finest tea from Ciwidey tea estate

A view of Jakarta Cathedral from Istiqlal Mosque

Antiques Market at Jalan Surabaya in Jakarta

The famous Tangkuban Perahu in Bandung, an active volcano, last erupted in 2013

National Monument at night

132M high National Monument, Jakarta, Symbolizing fight for independence.

A family of the original humans, in the National Museum, Jakarta

A girl passing by, in the National Mosque, Jakarta

Tell me, which photo did you like most. 😀

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75 thoughts on “Indonesia in Pictures”

  1. Indonesia is such a country of contrast. I would love to visit and living in Australia we are so close. Your pictures are inspirational and highlight the many great things about Indonesia.

  2. Such a beautiful country! We have now based ourselves in Australia so are looking forward to the opportunity of jumping a quick flight and exploring Indonesia. Komodo island is high on our list 🙂

  3. wow! thank you for this visual tour! the hot water spring is an experience I really wish I can do and the pic are great! Also the market looks so interesting, do you have any more pics to show about it? Thank you for this post!

    1. Glad that you liked it.

      Hot water springs are very relaxing.
      Yes, I have many shots of this market. Actually I am yet to write about it. 🙂

  4. I am in love with these photos, especially the woman dancing, with her face the epitome of concentration. Gorgeous. I’ve been longing to make it to Indonesia, and this is fanning my flames of desire to go!

  5. I love all the photos. I have not been to Indonesia so it gave me an idea from a travelers perspective of what to expect when I do travel to that country. I did not know there was so much water in Indonesia as your aerial view photos has shown.

  6. Hi Nisha!!
    Going to Bali on July and we plan to spend at least two months around Indonesia, you posts is super inspiring! 🙂
    Looking forward to see so much contrast, nature and beautiful people!!
    Thanks for sharing you travel moments!

  7. I must say, A perfect combo of Nature, Culture, and Art. Thanks for such beautiful and lively photographs.

  8. I must say all pictures are excellent. As far my choice I like Kawah Putih, the white crater.It has beautiful V shape view.

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