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Here Are 11 Indonesian World Heritage Sites

Paucang Island Ujung Kulon National Park

INDEPHEDIA.com - You must have heard about the World Heritage Site led by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In addition to the seven wonders of the world, UNESCO has also established World Heritage Sites spread in many countries in the world.

The World Heritage Site is a place that reflects a culture and nature, as well as objects that are important to its existence for humanity and an important heritage for the next generation.

The establishment of a UNESCO World Heritage Site has three main categories, namely the category of cultural, natural and mixed sites between the two. Places that fall into that category can be in the form of national parks, forests, mountains, lakes, islands, deserts, to a rural and urban area.

There are more than a thousand places on this earth that have been designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Some of them are in Indonesia. INDEPHEDIA.com records 11 World Heritage Sites in the country.

The 11 World Heritage Sites, namely Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, Komodo National Park, Ujung Kulon National Park, Sangiran Ancient Human Site, Lorentz National Park, Sembilang National Park, Gunung Leuser National Park, Kerinci Seblat National Park, Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park and Bali's Subak Cultural Landscape.

Of the eleven sites all of them are tourist attractions that you can visit. There are paid and free entrance ticket questions. But, for travelers there is no entry fee. Because, even though there is an entrance ticket, being able to visit the World Heritage Site is more than the price of the experience that travelers get. (WS.IN/ENG*)

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