Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Review: Best Towns in Indonesia

by Rosy Mishie
Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Review: Best Towns in Indonesia
Rosy Mishie
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Indonesia is one of the most diverse countries in the world. With its rich and vibrant culture, a lot of visitors, foreigners and investors are finding opportunities in the archipelago. Indonesia is also a home to many rich towns. Here is the list of charming towns found in the country:

1.     Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Yogyakarta is home for many trekking adventures. There are more than enough to go on the town for more adventure. Added to the fact that it always has long winding alleyways to get lost in, you can also a lot of street arts as feast for your eyes. One of the most famous cultural treasures in this town is the temple of Borobudur, one of the world’s most magnificent Buddhist temples.

2.     Bogor, Indonesia

Just outside Jakarta, the country’s capital, Bogor is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. This place is a perfect weekend escape for Jakarta’s city dwellers. With its charming landscape, botanical gardens and beautiful tea plantations, you can easily forget you are near a city. You can get lost the Puncak mountain range and not care for a bit. You can’t complain for the tranquil safari tours. Berry picking and paragliding are also famous among its visitors.

3.     Solo

Solo is one of the towns which are rarely visited by tourists. Because of this, the place has somehow preserved its cultural characters. Solo is also rich in historical background. It was once a home to the royal enclaves of the Mangkunegaran Principality and the Kasunanan Kingdom. Today, the town has a thriving arts and culture scene and is a famous centre of education. Batik is one of the art forms that they truly master. Solo is also said to be home to the most softly spoken and charming people in the region.

4.     Bukittinggi

Bukittinggi is a charming little inland town located in West Sumatra. Set against the backdrop of two stunning mountains, and a beautiful canyon, Bukittinggi offers incredible views, and fresh air. And in an incredibly hot and humid country, a breath of cold air is always welcome! Cobbled stoned alleys, colorful markets, and tasty street food can all be found around the clock tower; the symbol of Bukittinggi. This small town is also a cultural hub as it nurtures and preserves Minang traditions and customs. Only a short distance away from the city center, visitors can explore traditional villages with houses which boast typical Indonesian lifestyle.

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