Like exotic beads strung across the equator, Indonesia is an enchanting archipelago of gentle breezes carrying scents of spices and flowers, and clear blue seas lapping pristine beaches. Beneath the waves, divers are entranced by the ocean's riches, and inland, dramatic volcanic ranges tower above a green mantle of terraced hillsides and lush rainforest.
Travel to Indonesia Java International Destination. Java is the most populous and the most developed island in the Indonesian archipelago. The island is politically divided into the provinces of West Java, East Java and Central Java. The capital city of Jakarta is also located on this island. Java is an epitome of rapidly changing society: beautiful countryside and filthy cities; tranquil rural scenes and streets congested with traffic.
The Javanese are mostly descended from migrants who settled the island in waves from about 4000 BC. Sawah - or wet rice - agriculture was developed gradually from 2000 BC, and trade with South India began as early as the 3rd century AD. It's believed that this contact led to the adoption of Hinduism in coastal kingdoms, while Southeast Asian Buddhism was also an influence and developed side by side with Hinduism, along with older beliefs.
If you have plans for the travel holidays, you can consider the island of Java as a destination. Many interesting sights there, one of which is the Borobudur and Pawon. If you visit this year, there is Indonesia Java International Destination event. So you can benefit to enjoy more culture tourism experince.