The three islands which form the park are home to more than 5,500 giant lizards, also called 'Komodo dragons'.
Named after Mount Semeru, one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, Mount Bromo and the Tengger people who inhabit the area.
A highland area in Bali, offering dramatic views of the active volcano Mount Batur and serene Lake Batur.
Lake Toba is an immense volcanic lake covering an area of 1707 sq km (bigger than Singapore) with an island in the center.
This forest in Bali is home to 300 long-tailed Balinese Macaques, just waiting for you to give them some treats.
This coastal temple in South Bali, located on a rock just offshore, is an extremely popular tourist destination.
An impressive complex of ancient Hindu temples and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Java, Indonesia.