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Different Things to Do on Your Trip to Indonesia

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Indonesia is one of the countries in this world blessed with a diverse culture. This culture has been passed down and preserved from generation to generation. Jakarta, island Bali are most favorite places of tourists  So you have planned a trip to Indonesia and get tickets for your journey. If you have read/ heard about travel in Indonesia you will know that the opportunities to spend time are virtually limitless and there is no end to the various things to do, experiences to undertake and sights and sounds to marvel at. It can be quite challenging for a traveler to make the most of traveling in Indonesia since the country is so vast and there is just so much to do. In this article, we have shortlisted the best ways to spend time during a vacation in Indonesia.

Go Shopping for Unique things

This is a favorite pastime of all tourists in Indonesia. The handicrafts industry in the country produces just about every imaginable good, from textiles and garments to jewelry and footwear, from paintings and sculptures to household utility items and home furnishings. Instead of purchasing the usual mementoes, spend time in the malls and road street’s shops of Indonesia to buy the real Indonesia goods and wares and take back a small piece of your trip to Indonesia with you.

Spend Time Trying Out the Food

Food is one of the biggest attractions of visiting Indonesia, we have shortlisted the dishes, Sambal, Satay, Bakso, Soto, Nasi Goreng, Gado-gado, Nasi uduk, Nasi Padang, Ayam Gereng, Bakmi Goreng, Gudeg, Rawon, Pecel lele, Opor ayam, Mie ayam, Babi guling, Gulai, Bubur ayam,Bakpao, Asinan sayur, Cah Kangkung, Pepes ikan, Pempek, Perkadel, Martabak, Sayur asem, Sop Buntut, Ketoprak, Balado terong,Lontong sayur, Rendang, Tahu gejrot, Sop kambing, Siomay, Ikan bakar, Daun pepya, Otak-otak, Bebek goreng, Gorengan, Indomie and much more.

Indonesian culture

Story telling styles and puppetry are an integral part of the culture of Indonesia. No trip to Indonesia is complete without attending some shows. The Indonesian culture, although influenced by numerous other cultures, is dominantly close in relation to nature and most especially religion.  The fact that they use wood as their carving canvas brings us closer to understanding their love and high respect for nature.  Wood of different types, from soft to hard, dark to white, are used in all types of wood carvings.  Designs such as flowers, plants, trees, animals, and dragons are usual when dealing with Indonesian wood-carved art works.  Each work of art is unique therefore is very much cherished by the Indonesian culture and is popular to woodcarving collectors all over the world.

Indonesian Art

Indonesian wood carvings are typically made in the likeness of human beings.  With a few varnishing and colorful touches, the finished crafts are always life-like in nature and expressive at first glance.  Human beings are portrayed in different eccentric positions that it even gives off the feeling of adoration for the nature surrounding it.  In addition to human beings, Indonesian wood carvings take up the shape of common domestic animals as well.  As part of their nature-inclined culture, they carve animal design that would not only represent human feelings at its best but the Indonesian history, incorporated in every detail.

Whatever the theme, whatever the design or concept and whatever the material used, each piece of carefully carved wood is evident of Indonesia’s colorful, spontaneous and bright culture.  You will notice as well that each detail incorporated in their woodcarvings is aimed to express the raw human traits that add lifelike touch to the woodcarving piece itself.  By logging into the Internet, you will soon discover that Indonesian wood carvings definitely portray the Indonesian art, religious beliefs and culture at its best.

Island Bali ( Indonesia )

Most Beautiful Place Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats. Bali is the most popular island holiday destination in the Indonesian archipelago, with good reason. Here you’ll experience a fine combination of sandy beaches and rolling surf, an ancient culture known for its warm hospitality, and exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops. Travel inland and towering volcanoes and pristine jungles await with plenty to see and do, although most can’t stay away from the beach for long. Meal times on Bali offer endless choice of local or far-flung cuisine and, after sunset, famous hotspots come to life offering exciting clubbing scenes and packed dancefloors.

Now that you have a list of the best ways to spend time on a trip to Indonesia, make sure you follow this advice and do these things. Apart from visiting the monuments and tourist attractions and spending time at all the famous places it is also essential to explore the culture, cuisine and spirit of the country on any travel plan.

In order to get more details on shopping, dining and cultural opportunities of Indonesia do some research on the Internet. This way you will have an extensive list of places to go to, different schedules and price lists to rely on during your travel.


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