It is understandable that the longer we stay at home, the harder it is to curb the urge to go on a vacation. The world is still struggling to fight COVID-19 and it might take some time for everyone to self-quarantine in order to protect themselves. However, who says you can’t bring holiday vibes into your home? Make your favourite drink, put on your most comfortable clothes, and watch these 7 videos on your laptop screen. We assure you that exploring the wonders of Indonesia in the comfort of your own home is a virtual experience that is worth trying.
This immersive travel video covers four popular destinations from the southern part of Indonesia, namely Labuan Bajo, Pink Beach, Bali, and Yogyakarta. In a cinematic fashion, you will be taken to many exhilarating places such as Rangko Cave, Bena Village, Parangkusumo Sand Dunes, and others. Besides the natural beauty, you will also be introduced to the richness of the culture by catching a glimpse of the process of Batik-making, the liveliness of the Kite Festival in Pangandaran Beach, and most importantly, the friendliness of the locals. This video is a visual extravaganza that will leave you wanting to know more about the wonders of Indonesia.
If you want to take a quick east-to-west virtual tour of Indonesia, then this is it. From Wayag Island in Raja Ampat to Kualanamu International Airport in Medan, this video offers you a glimpse into the top destinations across the archipelago through various bird’s-eye shots and close-ups of Indonesia’s cultural magnificence and wonders. It’s truly a feast for your eyes and the best way to take a virtual holiday.
Let’s play a guessing game and savour the beauty of Indonesia at the same time. In this video, a person is shown a picture and asked to tell where it was taken. Many people did not know that the otherworldly scene they saw is, in fact, located somewhere in the archipelago. The man in this video thought that the Jomblang Cave in Yogyakarta is actually a movie set. If you were him, would you think the same? Continue playing the suggested videos on YouTube and you will find similar videos with different scenes and answers.
Made by Emmet Sparling, Josiah William Gordon, and Emily Tanner, this video boasts the miraculous life that exists in Alor Island and Komodo National Park. Starting with an overhead shot of Kelimutu Craters, this video lets you explore the harmonious balance of nature and cultural wonders of these places. Watch how the local people of Alor strive to find the meaning of life by preserving their heritage and incredible natural surroundings.
Watch how the heartwarming beauty of the southern parts of Indonesia is being presented through 2D animation art in this video. You will enjoy different perspectives of the pristine blue of Labuan Bajo beaches, the stunning landscape of Padar Island, the livelihood of Bau Nyale Festival, and so much more in a mesmerizing storytelling style. Show this to your children and spark their curiosity to discover more about Indonesia.
Let this video remind you that no matter how divided we are by distances, we must still come together and unite during these difficult times. While nature heals, we should join hands and help each other to overcome this hardship in whatever way possible. The various footages showcasing the charm of Indonesia in this video are a reminder that this beauty is not going to go anywhere. The wonders of Indonesia will welcome you with a warm embrace when things get better and it’s safe to travel.
Giving a message similar to the one in the previous video, this video presents various perspectives of Indonesia’s wonders, including the local people who contribute largely to preserve nature and cultural traditions. It also reminds us that staying at home in an effort to combat COVID-19 means a lot and contributes greatly to make the world safer.
Need a breath of fresh air while you #StayatHome? Well, let these videos transport you to the magnificent landscapes and exotic culture of Indonesia without having to leave the comfort of your home. You’ll surely be inspired to plan your next long-awaited adventure after things get better. Until then, #StayatHome, #TravelTomorrow.
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