7 Weird & Wonderful Things To See & Do In Indonesia

Tanah Lot - Kediri Indonesia 

Tanah lot is a Hindu temple that is said to be guarded by sea snakes. It literally means "land in the sea" in the balinese language.
Komodo National Park - East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia 

This island has living dragons...komodo dragons. The waters surrounding Komodo island contains marine biodiversity and rich marine life. Komodo dragons are endangered and have been since 1991 when the island became a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Jembatan Akar - West Sumatra Indonesia 

This sumatran root bridge took 30 years to knit itself together and extends over a stream in the subdistrict of Bayang Utara West Sumatra Indonesia. The bridge is 25 meters long with a width of 1.5 meters. It started forming in 1890 and could start to be used in 1916.
Korowai Tree Houses - Kia Indonesia

In southern Papua the Korowai people live in unique treetop houses. The treetop accommodations are made to protect families from swarming mosquitoes as well as neighbours and evil spirits. The main trees of the treetop houses are made with Banyan and Wanbom trees. Better not visit these folks as they are also knows as the "last canibals" after a 60 minutes documentary was made in 2006.


Symon's Art Zoo - Ubud Bali Indonesia 

This gallery brings a splash of colour and madness to Ubud with eccentric colourful pieces. That artist is very direct creating as he say's he'll create "a big blue buddha if someone wants one...or I recently did 40 big Marilyn Monroes for a party show on the 37th floor of the Sofitel Hotel in Bangkok."
Solo Batik Carnival - Surakarta Indonesia

Solo Batik is an annual street carnival that celebrates Indonesian heritage. The elaborate colourful costumes are made from traditional batik cloth special to Indonesia. Batik is made using a manual wax-resist dyeing technique. It uses traditional colours such as dark brown, white and indigo as representative of the three hindu Gods.
The Equator Monument - North Pontianak Indonesia

The Equator Monument is a monument in Indonesia that marks the exact spot where the middle of the world is. It marks the exact spot where the equator is. Pontianak is known as "Equator City" aptly named and is the capitol city in the province of West Kalimantan.

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Posted 15 May 2018

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