The Islands of Indonesia are strewn across the coral-rich waters of Southeast Asia; Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 Islands. The Indonesian people are a mixture of many different cultures and religions whose costumes and customs vary between islands and even between valleys. Bali is famous for its beaches but also has magnificent sloping terraced rice-fields along its central volcano. Lombok and Sumba are the least visited with natural untouched beauty and beaches creating perfect tropical hideaways. Sumatra’s jungles offer refuge to the endangered orang-utan, while the remote Sulawesi is almost a country in itself, with ancient tribal cultures and great diving.
China is full of culture and new experiences waiting to happen, It is an ultimate holiday experience whether soaking up the sun on one of its famous beaches or going jungle trekking or bamboo rafting, there is something for everyone.
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