Beyond Bali

The Indonesian Archipelago
Map courtesy of the CIA
When you want to spread your adventure into the other 14 thousand islands of Indonesia, ranging from a tiny speck on the map to the island of Sumatera which is approximately the size of the state of California...

The Indonesian archipelago can be divided into:

Including the Natuna Islands that stretch out towards Singapore and Malaysia.

Java and Madura (where Jakarta is).

Kalimantan (or Borneo)

Sulawesi (or Celebes)

Irian Jaya (or New Guinea)

The Lesser Sunda Islands
Including Bali, Lombok, the Flores Islands, and Timor.

The Maluku Islands (or Moluccas)
Scattered between Sulawesi and Irian Jaya.

Or if 14,000 islands are not enough to satisfy your thirst for travel and adventure, there are interesting countries nearby, too. These South East Asian countries, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, The Philippines, and Thailand, as well as our neighbors down under, Australia and New Zealand, will cordially welcome you (these links will take you away from Bali Online).

Also, there are a number of Indonesians on the net who have their own personal homepages that usually contain some information about Bali or other places in Indonesia (at least their hometowns...) And Internet has been growing fast in Indonesia, so a number of places in Indonesia have their own Web sites, mostly government or universities. Check them out.

Last but not least, our friends on the Web would also be interesting places for you to visit on your Web tour.

But, before you leave, please drop us a note and tell us what you think about these humble pages of ours. Bon voyage.

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