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Indonesia is a perfect holiday travel destination due to its beautiful beaches, enchanting gardens with a great variety of tropical plants and wildlife, stunning views of rice terraces and fascinating villages and temples to explore. Not to mention the friendly locals, gourmet cuisine, tranquil resorts and relaxed calming atmosphere with many luxury accommodations on offer.
Indonesian life has a legacy of turblent history with amazing cultural diversity throughout its giant cascade of 14,000 islands where, for centuries, the haunt of trading ships, pirates, missionaries, merchants and colonists. The legacy of this turbulent history has an amazing cultural diversity, which pervades every aspect of Indonesian life. Only 6,000 islands of Indonesia are inhabited the most visited being Bali, where rice paddies trip down hillsides like giant steps, or discover the temples and local crafts of Ubud and lie on sugar white beaches, or do your relaxing on peaceful Lombok Island where watersports are a main attraction.
As Indonesia has a multiplicity of ethnic groups it has a surfeit of cultural events held throughout the year. On Sumba, mock battles that hark back to the era of internecine warfare are held in February and March. The day before Balinese Caka New Year in March-April period, temple icons are taken to the sea to be bathed and drummers drive evil spirits back to the spirit world. During Galungan, the Balinese festival, even the gods descend to earth and join in the revelry. There's a dramatic Easter Parade on the island of Larantuka, whip duels in Ruteng, Flores in August and Torajan funereal feasts are held in central Sulawesi, mainly between August and October. As most Indonesians are Muslim, many festivals are affected by the lunar calendar; dates are subsequently pushed back 10 or 11 days each year.