The name ‘dieng’ which literally translates as ‘abode of the Gods’ says all you need to know about this collection small ancient temples set in the remarkable volcanic landscape of the Dieng Plateau. The misty location, sulphurous springs and colored lakes truly make this a place of natural wonder and cultural significance.
Indonesia, owns incredible natural resources. Not surprisingly, this country is also known as the ‘emerald of the equator’.
Call it, Komodo National Park, which is currently one of 28 nominations of 7 Wonders of Nature.
However, it turns out, in addition to the Komodo National Park, there are many beautiful and wonderful regions in Indonesia.
Ary Suhandi, Director of Indecon, a nonprofit organization that focuses on developing ecotourism destinations in Indonesia points out that in addition to the Komodo National Park, Indonesia actually has many places that also have the wonders of nature.