Indonesia is one of the largest archipelagos in the world. With more than 17,000 islands, there are a lot of different unique places that you can visit here for nature, the animals, the plants, the various local cultures, and many more!
We have selected 18 different Indonesian islands that you can visit. Curious about what result you will get? Come and take this test now to find out your result!
Do you love traveling?
Yes, I often travel around.
I rarely do traveling, but I still enjoy it.
I don’t enjoy traveling.
Do you like camping?
Yes, I love camping!
It’s alright for me.
No, I don’t like camping.
If you can choose with who you can picnic together, who will you choose?
None, I would rather picnic alone.
If you can choose your own drink, what would it be?
A hot cup of tea.
A hot cup of coffee.
A cold cup of tea.
A cold cup of coffee.
A cold soft drink.
Which of the following would you choose?
Hot air balloon.
Which scenario would you choose?
Saving someone from a fire accident.
Rescuing someone drowning in the swimming pool.
Help the elderly cross the road.
Help someone find their lost pet.
Which of the following water type would you choose?
Which of the following land would you choose?
Where would you rather live?
On a low altitude near the beach.
On the middle altitude near the mountain side.
On the high altitude near the mountain top.
If you are deserted alone on an unknown island, how would you gather your food?
Collect the fruits from the tree.
Make an animal trap.
Go fishing near the beach.
Find crabs near the beach.
If you can choose one survival kit, what will you choose?
A survival knife.
First aid kit.
Which of the following book would you choose to help your survivability skill?
How to build a raft.
How to set fire.
All ropes knotting technique.
Emergency food and drink for newbies.
If you can choose one superpower, what would it be?
Able to fly.
Able to breathe underwater.
Able to see in the dark.
Able to rewind time.
Lombok Island000Area4,725.00 km²Population3,512,689Lombok Island is an island in the Lesser Sunda or Nusa Tenggara archipelago. This island is separated by the Lombok Strait from Bali to the west and the Alas Strait to the east from Sumbawa.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/1.png
Komodo Island001Area390.00 km²Population4,842Komodo Island is an island located in the Nusa Tenggara Islands, east of Sumbawa Island, separated by the Sape Strait. Komodo Island is known as the original habitat of Komodo dragons.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/2.png
Weh Island002Area121.67 km²Population24,700Weh (or We) Island, also known as Sabang Island, is a small volcanic island located in the northwest of Sumatra Island. The island was once connected to Sumatra Island, but was separated by sea after the last volcanic eruption in the Pleistocene period.1272CC//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/3.png
Bali Island010Area5,761.00 km²Population4,320,000Bali Island is one of the islands in Indonesia within the Nusa Tenggara Islands. It is also known as the Island of the Gods or the Island of a Thousand Temples.F98600//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/4.png
Nias Island011Area4,771.00 km²Population898,690Nias (Nias language: Tanö Niha) is the name given to the island and archipelago located in the west of Sumatra Island, Indonesia, and administratively within the province of North Sumatra. It is the largest of the islands on the west coast of Sumatra, inhabited by the majority of the Nias tribe (Ono Niha).00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/5.png
Belitung Island012Area4,800.60 km²Population184,004Belitung, or Belitong is an island off the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, flanked by the Gaspar Strait and Karimata Strait. The island is famous for its white pepper, satam stone and C-type mining materials such as white tin, quartz sand, white clay and granite.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/6.png
Flores Island020Area13,540.00 km²Population1,831,000Flores, from Portuguese meaning “flower”, is an island in the administrative region of East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. The word Flores comes from the Portuguese “cabo de flores” which means “Cape of flowers”. The name was originally given by S.M. Cabot to refer to the eastern part of the island of Flores.0084FF//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/7.png
Sumbawa Island021Area15,448.00 km²Population4,219,590Sumbawa Island is an island located in the province of West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The island is bordered by the Alas Strait to the west (separating it from Lombok Island), the Sape Strait to the east (separating it from Komodo Island), the Indian Ocean to the south, and the Flores Sea to the north.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/8.png
Nusa Penida Island022Area209.40 km²Population45,610Nusa Penida is an Indonesian island located in the southeast of Bali, separated by the Badung Strait. Near this island there are also other small islands, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan.C76B00//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/9.png
Bintan Island100Area60,057.00 km²Population165,920Bintan Island is an island in the Riau Islands province, where there is Tanjungpinang City, the capital of Riau Islands Province. The island has three governments, the Tanjungpinang City Government, the Bintan Regency Government, and the Riau Islands Provincial Government. The island is adjacent to the country of Singapore.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/10.png
Gili Island101Area15.00 km²Population10,000The Gili Islands or Tiga Gili is an archipelago consisting of three small islands or Gili triplets, Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air, just off the northwest coast of Lombok, Indonesia. These islands are a popular tourist destination for tourists.1272CC//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/11.png
Padar Island102Area16.00 km²PopulationN/APadar Island is the third largest island in the Komodo National Park area. Padar Island is also accepted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as it is within the Komodo National Park area, along with Komodo Island, Rinca Island and Gili Motang.F98600//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/12.png
Abang Island110Area10.00 km²Population1,500Abang Island is a small island located in the south of Batam city, Riau Islands province. Abang Island is a marine tourism spot developed by the Batam city government.00BA34//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/13.png
Mandeh Island111Area18.00 km²Population9,931Mandeh Island is located in Koto XI District, Tarusan Regency, South Coastal Padang, West Sumatra. This area is a combination of hills with the beauty of the bay decorated with a cluster of small islands in the middle of Carocok Tarusan Bay.0084FF//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/14.png
Mentawai Island112Area6,034.00 km²Population68,097The Mentawai Islands is a regency in the province of West Sumatra. Mentawai consists of four main inhabited islands: Siberut Island, Sipora Island, North Pagai Island, and South Pagai Island. In addition, there are several other small islands that are also inhabited, but most of them are only planted with coconut trees.00BA34//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/15.png
Karimunjawa Island120Area71.20 km²Population9,784Karimunjawa is an archipelago in the Java Sea that belongs to Jepara Regency, Central Java. According to local legend, Karimunjawa was discovered by Sunan Nyamplungan. At that time, Sunan Muria ordered Amir Hasan to an island that looked kremun-kremun (fuzzy) from the top of Mount Muria to develop his religious knowledge. Because it looked kremun-kremun, the island was eventually named “Karimunjawa” until now.00BA34//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/16.png
Raja Ampat Islands121Area8,034.00 km²Population64,141The Raja Ampat Islands are a place with great potential as a tourist attraction, especially diving tourism. According to various sources, the waters of the Raja Ampat Islands are one of the 10 best diving sites in the world. Even if you never dived before, you should try it here, it will be worth it!0084FF//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/17.png
Samosir Island122Area630.00 km²Population108,869Samosir Island is a volcanic island in the middle of Lake Toba in North Sumatra province. This place is an island within an island with an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level making this island an island that attracts tourists.00952A//www.arealme.com/which-indonesian-island-should-i-visit/show/18.png