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Jakarta Remains Favorite Domestic Destinations for Holiday Season
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Jakarta Remains Favorite Domestic Destinations for Holiday Season

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Not all Indonesian travelers choose to spend Christmas and New Year holidays this year.

Booking.com, one of the largest global portals that connects travelers and hotels across the world, announced on November 28 that Jakarta remains the most favorite destinations for domestic tourists to spend the holiday season.

Following Jakarta are Bandung and Yogyakarta that occupy the second and third positions in the list. Bandung, which is the capital city of West Java, is famous for its culinary and shopping spots. In addition, Bandung is also well-known for its cool air, unique cafes, hotels, and natural panorama. Meanwhile, Yogyakarta is popular for its culture and arts, Borobudur Temple, traditional dishes, as well as batik.

Listed below are most favorite domestic destinations to spend the holiday season according to Indonesian travelers.

1. Jakarta


2. Bandung

3. Yogyakarta


4. Kuta


5. Surabaya


6.Semarang


7. Bogor


8. Solo


9. Ubud


10. Malang

 

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