Indonesia Lakes A-Z
Indonesia Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Kelimutu Tri-Colored Lakes||
Also known as: Tiwu Ata Polo, Tiwu Nua Muri Koo Fai, Tiwu Ata Mbupu
No trip to the exotic islands of Indonesia would be complete without a visit to Flores Island and the Kelimutu Lakes. Part of the Lesser Sunda Islands, ...
Also known as: Bratan Lake , Beratan Lake, Danau Beratan
Lake Bratan's water temple, the Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, is one of the most-photographed cultural features on the Island of Bali. The Hindu temple, built ...
|Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan-Bali's Twin Lakes||
Also known as: Danau Buyan, Danau Tamblingan
Travelers wanting to experience the wild rainforests of Bali's central highlands will make the trek to Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan. The two crater ...
|Lake Maninjau||A desire to take the road less traveled takes many West Sumatra tourists to Lake Maninjau. The 22-mile route from Bukittinggi-the nearest town-is a single ...|
Also known as: Lake Matana, Danan Matano
One of the world's ten deepest lakes,* Lake Matano on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia is also one of the most unique. The picturesque, spring-fed lake ...
|Lake Singkarak||One of West Sumatra's prettiest lakes is Lake Singkarak. Located at an elevation of nearly 1200 feet in the highlands east of Padang, Lake Singkarak's ...|
Also known as: Danau Toba
If you yearn for an exotic locale, you couldn't find one better than Lake Toba. Located in the province of North Sumatra in Indonesia, Lake Toba is the ...
Also known as: Lake Diatas, Danau Diatas, Upper Lake, Lake Dibawah, Danau Dibawah, Lake Below
West Sumatra's Twin Lakes is one of the lesser-known tourism locations in Indonesia. Those who think that Indonesian vacations mean hot, steamy weather ...