The Indonesian archipelago with thousands of small islands. On my trip I visited the main island Java, Bali, Flores, Rinca and Komodo (with the Komodo dragons). The latter three are my favourites, as nature seems still to have the upper hand here. Java is already very densely populated, but, especially in the east, there are still impressive spots and the views of the volcanic landscape are impressive. I don't know how long it would take to discover all of Indonesia. According to Wikipedia, the country has over 17,000 islands, of which around 6,000 are inhabited. For ornithologists it is definitely a paradise, because many of the islands have developed their own species or subspecies. The people are very friendly and especially the children and young people ask for photos with the tourists from far away. This can be very exhausting sometimes and some requests had to be refused. There were simply too many. Java is culturally recommended, as the largest Hindu temple of Indonesia is located there, Candi Prambanan, and nearby the largest Buddhist temple in the world, Borobudur.