5 Gorgeous Instagramable Beaches in Indonesia

Indonesia is a stunning tropical archipelago with a thousand wonders ready to be discovered….In our 17,000 islands we have so many magnificent beaches and shorelines that will amaze you, your friends, family, and followers…. Get ready to post your best pictures ever on your Instagram feed!

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From the east to west of our incredible archipelago, you can indulge in these stunning beaches that are ready to captivate you. Slather on your sun block, get out your coolest sun hat…..here are 6 Instagramable beaches to put on top of your best beaches bucket list in Wonderful Indonesia!

Pulau Lengkuas, Belitung

Apart from its unique and pristine beaches, visitors to Lengkuas Island in Belitung are also intrigued by the island’s lighthouse. This is just one historical landmark you can find in the area dating back to the Dutch colonial era when they built it in 1882. The 62-meter high lighthouse still operates to this day. The beaches and the lighthouse will make a sure hit for your Instagram feed…..

Jogan Beach, Yogya

Jogan Beach is approximately 70 kilometers or around two-hour drive from Yogyakarta. What’s so special about this beach? It hosts a stunning waterfall with a cliff standing around 10-12 meters high, the water flows directly from the cliff to the sea. A heart-stopping view! To reach the waterfall, the track is quite challenging. But don’t worry, once you reach the waterfall, all the challenges you went through will be worth it and make your photos even more memorable…

Kelingking Beach, Bali

A Jurassic park experience in Bali? You heard it right. The cliff on Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Bali, has a peculiar shape. The cliff is formed like a T-Rex’s pinkie and definitely a crowd pleaser. The lush of green covering the lands, the T-Rex shaped cliff, the turquoise colored water that graces the astonishing white sands is simply a natural perfect picture that would blow you away.

Pink Beach, Komodo

Komodo Island is an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located west of Flores Island in East Nusa Tenggara, and is most famously the home of Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizards. The pink hues of this beach are said to be the result of microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produces red pigments on the coral reefs. When these tiny fragments of the red coral are mixed with the sands on the shoreline, it naturally generates soft pink color. An automatically Insta-favorite view!

Bawana Beach, Sumba

Bawana Beach is located in Kodi, Southwest of Sumba, around a 90-minute drive from the town of Tambolaka. Itis the home to the iconic giant hole in the rock wall situated on the shoreline of the beach. The rock’s hole is an insta-favorite as it generates a dramatic view for those beachgoers seeking for the perfect picturesque snapshots especially during sunset. When the tide is high, you can also enjoy the beach view from Mareha hill. Simply gorgeous!

These are only a glimpse of many other splendors that await you in Wonderful Indonesia when you explore in our site. Click Indonesia.travel to find what you are looking for. Come visit soon, choose your adventure and experience be inspired by Wonderful Indonesia!

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