Indonesia is consisted of more than seventeen thousand islands, including Bali, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Sulawesi, New Guinea…
it is the home of the world’s largest lizard – the Komodo dragon
It has 139 volcanoes – Indonesia has the third most volcanoes in the world, behind the US and Russia and some of them you can climb.
Sumatra and Borneo are the only places in the world to see wild orangutans.
Although Bahasa is the official language, more than 700 languages and dialects are spoken across the Indonesian archipelago. Papua, just one province, has over 270 spoken dialects.
While standing in modern, metropolitan Jakarta – the capital, is hard to believe that modern technology uncontacted tribes are assumed still to exist in the jungles of Sumatra just a short distance to the west.

Tangkuban Perahu

This legendary place with astonishing view was sent by Rina, with whom i have exchanged few postcards and she mention that she really enjoys my postcards and talks that we are sharing through postcards.Once i read the legend she wrote…

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