Do you still know? These are 5 super priority tourist destinations in Indonesia!

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5 super priority destinations Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world. Not only one or two large islands that make up Indonesia, but also thousands of small islands. Each of these islands has different natural and cultural landscapes thus making the regions of Indonesia unique and distinctive. It is very worthy of being visited by domestic and foreign tourists. To increase the rate of community tourism after the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the efforts made by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf) is to designate 5 Indonesian super priority destinations. As per the president’s instructions, these 5 destinations will focus on the development of “New Bali” and the infrastructure will be built with world-class quality. Do you want to know which destinations are Super Priority Destinations? Read on, okay!

1. Borobudur

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Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java is a lotus-shaped Buddhist temple built between 780 and 840 AD by the Sailendra dynasty. Till now, Borobudur is still used for religious pilgrimages and as a sacred place to celebrate Buddhist festivals like Trisuci Vesak. Not only for pilgrimages, Borobudur is the most visited destination in Magelang, hence the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy considers it as one of the Super Priority Destinations.

2. Labuan Bajo

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In East Nusa Tenggara, there is a village which is the flagship of tourism in this region, none other than Labuan Bajo. Labuan Bajo is the gateway to Komodo National Park and many other interesting destinations such as Bukit Cinta, Amelia Peak, Rangko Cave, Cunca Wulang Waterfall and more. Come here and see the beauty for yourself right now, come on!

3. Mandalika

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From 18 to 20 March 2022, Mandalika in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara will be the arena of the MotoGP 2022 event attended by international riders. It turns out that these are not the only features of Mandalika, but there are many other places that you should visit in Mandalika such as Seger Beach, Serenting Beach, Mawi Beach and so on. If you are interested in history and culture, you can visit traditional villages like Sade Village and Ende Village. In the two villages, you can see firsthand the process of making songket cloth, learn about traditions, witness traditional ceremonies and dances, and much more. This destination is also under development sports tourism.

4. Lake Toba

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Lake Toba is the most famous lake in the Sumatra archipelago. Located in North Sumatra, this lake has a surface area of ‚Äč‚Äčover 1,145 square kilometers and a depth of 450 meters. In the center of the lake there is an island that is also quite large, the island of Samosir. You didn’t get to this destination without kayaking along the lake or camping by the lake. The scenery surrounding Lake Toba is a row of mountains and green trees. Very suitable for a place to calm down.

5. Likupang

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Besides Manado and Bunaken, North Sulawesi also has another interesting destination – Likupang. This destination, which is located in North Minahasa Regency, has many beautiful places such as Bahoi Village, Pulisan Tourism Village, Pulisan Beach, Paal Beach and Lihaga Island. It’s definitely a loss if you don’t play here!

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