At The Beach, Life Is Different

Give a little shoutout if you appreciate the value of a true beach vacation!

Indonesia is home to a staggering 18,000 different islands!

It is known for its beautiful scenery, especially its white sandy beaches and surrounding turquoise waters, along with its amazing food.

Time wasted at the beach is time well spent.

Finest Beaches in Indonesia

Nusa Dua Beach, Denpasar, Bali

Nusa Dua Beach in Bali has long been recognized as not only one of Indonesia’s best beaches, but one of the most beautiful beaches in the world — and it’s easy to see why. If you were to picture paradise, it would probably look a little something like this beach.

Senggigi Beach, Lombok

With an adorable name and stunning scenery, Senggigi in Lombok is one of Indonesia’s beaches that can’t be missed if you’re a sea-life aficionado. The waters along Senggigi beach are crystal clear, making them perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving.

Pangandaran Beach, West Java

It’s hard to deny that Pangandaran Beach is one of Java Island’s most beautiful beaches, yet it is also often referred to as one of Java’s best-kept secrets! Located just 92 kilometres from the city of Ciamis, it is perfect for surfing.

Go to Korea

Jungmun Beach

Jungmun Beach is the southernmost beach of Korea, located at Jeju Island. This 560 meters long beach is a very popular destination for travellers and locals alike. Water sports like windsurfing or jet skiing can be done here, and water of the beach is warm enough for a dip from the start of summer till around August. The sand of this beach is of varying colours, such as black, red, brown and white. Jungmun Beach is surrounded by picturesque scenery all around, with cliffs and caves and rare plants of many kinds.

Jeondongjin Beach

Jeondongjin Beach is a beautiful white sand beach which offers spectacular sunrise views. Picture the sun rising over the ocean, with golden beams flooding the beautiful pine-covered landscape that surrounds the beach. The sunrise festival in Jeondongjin Sunrise Park is popular and draws many tourists, especially during the New Year.

Jinha Beach

This secluded beach called Jinha beach is located on the southeast coast of Korea, two hundred and forty-two kilometres from Ulsan. The warm and shallow waters are perfect for swimming, and the surrounding pine trees only add to the enormous beauty of the place.

Learn More About the Islands of Indonesia

Ternate Island

The Maluku Islands, once known simply as the Spice Islands, were the only place on earth where nutmeg, mace, cloves and several other valuable spices were grown. Today, they are largely off the beaten track for visitors. One of the most intriguing of the Maluka Islands is Ternate, a small island that is now the provincial capital.

Flores Island

One of the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia is called Flores. Portuguese for flowers, the island is undeniably one of incredible scenic beauty.


Off the far northeastern tip of Sulawesi is Bunaken, home base for those who want to explore the Bunaken National Marine Park. When you discover that this marine park is home to a staggering 70 percent of all the fish species in the Indo-Western Pacific Ocean, it is easy to see why Bunaken is such a popular spot for divers and snorkelers.

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