A single image, if powerful enough, can spark inspiration. During these difficult times, it is important to keep our hopes and dreams alive while looking forward to better days. Therefore, we encourage you to share positivity while you stay at home and make plans to travel tomorrow.
Have you ever been to Indonesia before? Post a picture of your past travel experience to Instagram and tag our social media account @indtravel. Don’t forget to use hashtag #WonderfulIndonesia for a chance to be featured on our Instagram. For your reference, here are five powerful pictures posted on social media by various travellers sharing their exciting experiences in Indonesia.
1 | Kenawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara
Image by Sasha Juliard
Sasha Juliard took this picture while he was laying down in the breathtaking savannah of Kenawa Island. Little did he know just how relevant this picture would become a reminder for people to take a moment to rest while nature is healing.
2 | Padar Island, Komodo National Park
Image by Taylan Alpan
Padar Island is famous for its spectacular landscapes seen from above. This powerful view captured by Taylan Alpan sends out the message that the wonders of nature are still here.
No matter how far you are or how long you’d be unable to visit these beautiful places, they’ll be waiting to welcome you.
3 | Tegalalang, Bali
Image by Florian Degreve
This picture of Tegalalang Rice Terrace in Bali, captured by Florian Degreve, shows how comforting and serene nature looks while it’s healing. Let this be a gentle reminder for us to stay calm during this crisis without having to let our guards down.
4 | Wayag, Raja Ampat
Image by Harival Zayuka
This bird’s-eye view of Wayag Island in Raja Ampat, captured by Harival Zayuka, raises an interesting point about social distancing i.e. how refreshing it can be to distance yourself from people for a while. Enjoy the moment, let yourself breathe, and stay positive. While the Earth heals, staying at home and sharing inspirations is the best we can do.
5 | Aling-aling Waterfall, Bali
Image by Alfons Taekema
Alfons Taekema must have made a long journey and a great effort to hustle through the crowd to reach Aling-aling Waterfall and capture this beautiful picture. However, the calming atmosphere of this photo reminds us to look at the bright side i.e. being alone and free. It might feel lonely at some point, but remember, your friends and families are just one (video) call away.
If any of your travel pictures can get an emotional response from your followers, it’s the positive ones. It might just be a small act to trigger positivity, but with a catchy and endearing caption, your photos can mean a lot in these difficult times. Don’t forget to tag and mention our Instagram @indtravel and put the hashtags #IndonesiaBucketList #WonderfulIndonesia for a chance to get featured!
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