From tourism point of view, Indonesia has been attracting tourists for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is the natural beauty of Indonesia while at other times it is the historic heritage, delightful performing arts and mouthwatering cuisine that draws tourists towards it. If you are interested in Buddhist tourism and are wondering whether Indonesia has anything to offer, then think again. You will be delighted to know that Indonesia, despite its low percentage of Buddhist population, is home to the largest Buddhist monument on this earth. And unquestionably, a visit to this monument is a must for you as a Buddhist tourist. A visit to Indonesia will also allow you to learn how Buddhsim entered and established itself in the country. Also, you will get an opportunity to visit other Buddhist attractions of the country.
Indonesia experiences a tropical climate and is hot and humid throughout the year. However, the inner areas are cooler than the coastal areas. Monsoons bring heavy rain between December to March while the period between April to October is dry and hence the best time to visit Indonesia.
So, plan your Buddhist tour to Indonesia right away. This section will guide you at each step.
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