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Semarang (Borobudur), Indonesia

Hidden for centuries beneath volcanic lava, the largest Buddhist monument in the world was discovered in 1814. Now gloriously restored, the massive 8th-century complex of Borobudur is a mythological model of the universe carved in stone. We'll cross the scenic rice fields and plains of central Java to visit this wondrous site.

Bali (Padang Bai), Indonesia

Bali is a place of such vast physical, cultural and spiritual beauty that it can truly be called a paradise. Volcanic hills are sculpted with precision into verdant terraces and rice fields. Authentic lifestyles remain unchanged in many villages, where beautiful young girls dance the legong. The Balinese live in harmony with nature, and honor the gods through Hindu ceremonies and rituals held at sacred temples numbering in the tens of thousands.