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Linger long enough to binge on Bintang beer and splurge in the city's shops, then head to Batu Karas for classic laid-back beach vibes or go for the resorts of nearby ...
Indonesia's best-known national park comprises several islands and some of the country's richest waters within its 1817 sq km. Expect hulking mountainous islands blanketed in savannah, laced with trails and patrolled by the world's largest lizard - the Komodo dragon.