Compromising over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and home for at least 235 million people.

The vast Indonesian archipelago spans 5,120 km across the equator, positioned between the Asian and Australian continents. Four-fifths of the area is sea with the major islands of Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua.

The 300 ethnic groups that exist harmoniously give birth to a potpourri of cultures and fascinating people. Indonesia’s landscape is greatly varied. Java and Bali have the most fertile islands and rice fields are concentrated in these two regions, whereas Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua are still largely covered with tropical rainforest. Open savannah and grassland characterize Nusa Tenggara.

The lowland that comprises most of Indonesia has a characteristically tropical climate with abundant rainfall, high-temperatures and humidity. Rainy Indonesia’s tropical climate and unique geographical character provide shelter for a myriad of flora and fauna.The country, richly endowed with natural resources, has attracted traders and adventurers from all over the world throughout its history. Located among ancient trading routes and rich with botanical resources, these remote islands quickly became a global interest.

Blessed with clear seas, amazing surf breaks and beautiful beaches and virgin jungle makes this nation a tropical paradise. Individual cultures and traditional practices live side by side with romantic getaways and some of the world’s best hotels, spas, and golf courses. It is truly an incredible destination that one should visit and explore!