Mount Rinjani, Lombok – Mount Rinjani, also known as Gunung Rinjani, is a 3,726-meter-high active volcano on the island of Lombok. The volcano's crater lake, known as Segara Anak, is a popular fishing spot for locals.
Komodo – Komodo island's most famous residents? Komodo dragons, naturally.
Komodo coral – Aside from the giant, carnivorous lizards, Komodo also offers incredible snorkeling opportunities. The marine ecosystem of Komodo National Park in Indonesia's East Nusa Tenggara province has more than 1,000 fish species and 250 varieties of reef-building corals.
Borobudur – The 8th-century Buddhist temple of Borobudur is one of the world's greatest religious monuments. The UNESCO-listed complex is located outside of Yogyakarta, the cultural capital of the island of Java.
Buddhist ceremonies – Buddhists in Indonesia celebrate Vesak -- Buddha Day -- at the monument annually. It's a wonderful time to visit, as colorful ceremonies are held during the full moon in May or June.
Alexa – Alexa is a private Indonesian-style sailing yacht with just a single cabin but the full complement of staff, including a private chef, spa therapist and dive crew. It can be chartered for trips around Komodo, Raja Ampat and Moyo.
Amanwana – Deserted beaches and unspoiled nature are on offer at Aman's tented Amanwana resort on Moyo, a forested idyll off the island of Sumbawa.
Amanwana – If you can pry yourself away from the luxury, nearby reefs offer excellent diving and snorkeling opportunities.
COMO Shambhala Estate, Ubud – Speaking of luxury, Ubud's COMO Shambhala Estate is among the top places to base yourself in Bali's cultural capital.
Ubud rice terraces – To make the most of your stay at the COMO Shambhala Estate, it's worth taking some time to hike the nearby rice terraces.
Derawans – Berau is the jump-off point for the magical Derawan Islands, in Indonesian Borneo. You can stay at private dive resorts or in simple homestays on the islands of Maratua or Derawan.
Orangutans – The Lesan forest area is home to one of Borneo's largest populations of wild orangutans, although the vegetation is so thick that sightings aren't guaranteed.
Mahakam River – One of the best ways to explore Borneo's Mahakam River is by houseboat. You'll see Dayak longhouses, riverside trading posts, wetlands, lakes and floating villages.
Tana Toraja, Sulawesi – Located in Makassar, Sulawesi, Tana Toraja is famed for its traditional tongkonan houses, with their soaring roofs.
South Sulawesi cave art – Sulawesi's Maros-Pangkep karst region is riddled with ancient caves. At least 39,900 years ago, human beings lived in these caves and left their mark. Sometimes, they made paint, sucked it into their mouths and sprayed it around their hands, leaving ghostly stencils.