Many of the world’s most important archaeological sites have been found in Indonesia which contains eight UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as many other cultural attractions, making it the perfect destination for travelers.
Indonesia is one of the most important countries in the world regarding prehistoric archeology with significant archaeological sites scattered over a vast territory; for example the area of Borneo, Kalimantan, is one of the areas from the scientific point of view as regards the research in the prehistoric age most important for the countless number of unexplored sites present throughout the jungle area.
Take a journey through the most important sites such as Sangiran located in Central Java and declared UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. There are about 13 809 collection of ancient human fossils in Sangiran Archaeological Museum.And moreover explore Lore Lindu National Park in Southeast Sulawesi not only been home to the variety of flora and fauna but also has ancient relics famous for its megalithic sites. There are about a thousand megalithic stones scattered at Napu Valley region, Besoa and Bada.