About Indonesia

With a coastline stretching nearly 55,000 km, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. There are 17,504 islands in the country, three of which are among the world’s largest: Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Papua.

Indonesian seas contribute 18% of the total number of coral reefs worldwide. You can find 75% of the world's coral reef species in the Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua. Other popular diving and snorkeling destinations include Bunaken, Wakatobi, and Komodo national parks.

Lying on the Ring of Fire, Indonesia is home to over 100 active volcanoes. As a result of the eruptions, you can find stunning volcanic lakes like ...

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