Indonesia, located on 17,804 islands, is one of the largest countries in Asia in terms of size and population. It is not surprising, despite the many exciting attractions, while it can not be called the most popular tourist destination in the world. So, here you will find many secluded unexplored corners with untouched nature with stunning landscapes and ancient Hindu temples drowning in greenery, amid the peaks of frozen volcanoes.
The stone bas-reliefs of the largest shrine are an illustration of the Indonesian version of the Ramayana epic. Restored virtually from ruins, this ancient monument is listed in UNESCO.
Borobudur is the oldest Buddhist temple in the world. And one of the biggest! Its story resembles an adventure romance with a happypand: a shrine completely overgrown with jungle was only accidentally discovered in the century before last.