(CNN) — A vast archipelago of 17,508 mountainous islands with dense rainforest, rich culture and idyllic beaches, it's no wonder that Indonesia features high up on travellers' bucket lists.
From the ancient Buddhist temple of Borobudur to the beloved orangutans of Borneo's Tanjung Puting National Park, the Southeast Asian nation's natural and historic gems attract nearly nine million visitors a year.
And for Indonesia's 255 million inhabitants -- it is the world's fourth most populous country -- the islands hold treasures unbeknown to many.
What are the best bits of Indonesia? Whether you're a local or a visitor, CNN wants to see your photos and videos of this lush and varied nation.
Landscapes, wildlife or hidden city hotspots -- show us what you love about Indonesia by tagging your Instragrams, Vines or Instavids #BestOfIndonesia.
We'll feature our favorites on CNN.com.
Borobudur temple in Central Java was built in the 8th and 9th centuries. It is one of the world's most important Buddhist monuments.