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Labuan Bajo

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Labuan Bajo.

Likupang Beach

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Likupang Beach.

Borobudur

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Borobudur

5 Super Priority Tourism Destinations

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Labuan Bajo, NTT

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The name Labuan Bajo has long been known by the Indonesian people as a tourist attraction in West Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara. Not only local tourists, in 2019 the local BPS (Statistic Bureau) recorded that the number of tourist visits reached 256,171 people, while in 2020 the number fell 83% to 44,543 people.

Labuan Bajo is known for its exotic natural scenery and the icon of Komodo Island. Not only that, Labuan Bajo also has other fun such as on Rinca Island, Padar Island, and Gili Lawa. Now Labuan Bajo is also prepared to become a creative economy development area to introduce local handicrafts to tourists.

Mandalika, NTB

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The name Mandalika may still be quite foreign even to us Indonesians. Mandalika is a tourist area of about 1,200 hectares located in Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara. This place is home to the Sasak tribe, the indigenous people of Lombok. In the traditional village of Sade and the traditional village of Ende, tourists can interact directly with the Sasak people.

The name Mandalika may still be quite foreign even to us Indonesians. Mandalika is a tourist area of about 1,200 hectares located in Central Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara. This place is home to the Sasak tribe, the indigenous people of Lombok. In the traditional village of Sade and the traditional village of Ende, tourists can interact directly with the Sasak people.

Likupang Beach, North Sulawesi

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Just like Mandalika, the name Likupang is still quite foreign to our ears. The super priority destination Likupang is located in North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi, covering an area of 200 hectares. Likupang is also on the rise for lovers of the natural charm of the country and the government hopes that its popularity will one day match Bunaken, which has been an icon of North Sulawesi.

Toba Lake, North Sumatera

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Lake Toba, which is one of the icons of tourism on the island of Sumatra, is the largest lake in Southeast Asia. The lake, which is located in the province of North Sumatra, was originally formed from volcanic eruptions since tens of thousands of years ago

Some of the activities that can be done on Lake Toba include kayaking in the middle of the lake or feeling the excitement of luxury camping or glamping on one side of the lake. Lake Toba also offers unique culinary specialties, such as naniura. This dish in the form of fish cooked without fire is often referred to as Batak-style ‘sashimi’.

Borobudur, Central Java

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Borobudur Temple is located in Magelang, Central Java, approximately 40 kilometers northwest of Yogyakarta. This stupa-shaped temple was founded around the 800s AD by Buddhists. Currently, Borobudur has been named by UNESCO as one of the world’s cultural heritages. Every Vesak Day, the Borobudur area is always visited by religious pilgrims to commemorate the holy day. Borobudur Temple is also the largest Buddhist monument in the world.

 

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