Indonesia is located in southeastern Asia, straddling the equator and bordering Papua New Guinea, East Timor, and Malaysia, and is the largest archipelagic country in the world, consisting of tens of thousands of islands.

The islands are surrounded by green hills and water, and summer in all seasons, so people call it the "Emerald on the Equator".

Here is a list of some tourist attractions in Indonesia.

Ramon Island is an outlying island located in the southeast of Bali, which is quieter than the main island of Bali, as if you were in the Maldives.

The water here is crystal clear and ideal for diving, and the underwater life is clearly visible, so it is also known as the "glass sea".

In addition, the island has many famous attractions such as Dream Beach, Devil's Tears and Mangroves.

Here you can enjoy various water sports, explore the underwater world, explore the mangrove forest by boat, and experience a dream of blue sea and blue sky.

Jimbaran Beach is located in the south of Bali Airport.

The beach is long and narrow and is famous for its spectacular sunset over the sea, which is rated as one of the top ten most beautiful sunsets in the world.

In addition to sunset, Jimbaran Beach is also famous for its open-air seafood stalls in the evening.

You can watch the sunset while enjoying a candlelit seafood dinner.

The beach has been well preserved and the villagers' unique warmth and simplicity make the whole beach very friendly.

The Temple of the Sea, built in the 16th century, is located on a huge rock by the sea and is one of the most important seaside temples in Bali, as well as one of the three major temples in Bali.

In the evening, the sunset and the temple are intertwined, and the splashing waves lapping the rocks are spectacular.

There is a rocky outcrop to the right of the temple which is a perfect place to photograph the sunset and the sea temple.

When the tide is high, the rock is surrounded by seawater and stands alone in the seawater, only at low tide is it connected to the land.

Lover's Cliff is a cliff located on the southwest coast of Bali, where couples who visit Bali will take photos together, and is considered a holy place of love.

Legend has it that a young man and woman fell in love but were prevented from doing so by their parents and jumped into the sea here to die.

So today people go here in anticipation of a long and beautiful love, and there are also many people who hold weddings here.

Standing on the lover's cliff, listening to the waves lapping at the shore, seeing the deep blue water, and feeling the sea breeze, it is as if you are in a fairyland.

Bali is a world-famous tourist destination that is so famous that many people "only know Bali but don't know it belongs to Indonesia".

Bali is not only famous in the world for its natural conditions of clear water and white sand, its strong artistic atmosphere, and its unique Hindu humanistic landscape, but also for its preferential policy of visa exemption.

Indonesia is very rich in natural ingredients, including herbs and spices, so Indonesians have used these resources to create a variety of delicious dishes.

Fried rice is the signature dish of Indonesia, and you can taste Indonesian fried rice at street food carts at high-end restaurants in Indonesia.

This sweet and spicy fried rice is also simple to make, it uses Indonesian sweet soy sauce, white rice, and whatever ingredients they can think of or have on hand.

So the fried rice you get in different parts of Indonesia is often different.