- With more than 13,000 islands, Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago. Only about 6,000 of the islands are inhabited, but that still leaves a lot of options for island-hopping. Most travelers know about Bali, the surf-and-sand island of "Eat, Pray, Love" fame, and Java, home to Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, and 60 percent of the country's population. But I recently traveled with friends to two lesser-known - though still tourist-friendly - islands, and from there, a few even smaller islands, that gave glimpses of local culture while offering heart-stirring views of serene aqua water, dazzling waterfalls and thrilling volcano peaks. In this August 2016 photo, a crater on Mount Egon is seen on the island of Flores in Indonesia. Home to more than 13,000 islands, Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago. Though only about 6,000 are inhabited, that still leaves a lot of island hopping for beach and scuba enthusiasts. (Kristi Eaton via AP) Paket Wisata Bali
Bali is one of the most visited places in Indonesia, but not many know much about Lombok, which is a rare and hidden gem. The tourist inflow into Lombok is relatively lower than Bali. You won't regret visiting Lombok for these six reasons.Paket Wisata Lombok \
Get close to nature The picturesque destination, just 35 km east of Bali, is most well known for Mount Rinjani, also known as Gunung Rinjani, an active volcanic peak. In fact, it is the second highest volcano in the whole of Indonesia.paket tour singapore Trekking to Rinjani is a popular activity. While at Rinjani, you should also visit the Segara Anak, the crater lake, and the hot springs, at the rim of the crater. Views of Bali, Mt Agung and the island of Lombok are spectacular and well worth the climb.
Head to the islands Those head to Lombok go there for the beaches, largely unspoilt and picture-postcard pretty. You can also spot coral reefs at Gili Islands. There are three islands, Trawangan, Meno and Air. There is a mix of water sport, restaurants and rich nightlife on the three islands.