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Ditch The Crowds: Lesser-Known Islands In Indonesia You Must Visit

From remote dive havens to secluded beach escapes, these islands offer a tranquil retreat from the crowds, allowing travellers to immerse themselves in nature, culture, and adventure without the hustle and bustle of more touristy locales

Indonesia is home to several islands, many of them lesser-known Photo: Shutterstock
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Lombok
Lombok Photo: Shutterstock
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Lombok

Lombok, just an hour by ferry or a 20-minute flight from Bali, offers unspoiled beaches, horse-drawn carts, and lush green rice paddies. It is also home to the majestic Mt. Rinjani.

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