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Proof that Indonesia Deserves to be Crowned As The Most Beautiful Country in The World

A study from the Money.co.uk website published by Forbes, puts Indonesia in first place as the most beautiful country in the world. Indonesia beat oth

Penulis: Lia Sisvita Dinatri | Editor: Eko Setiawan
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Coral reefs at Likupang Beach, Indonesia 

TRIBUNBATAM.id -  A study from the Money.co.uk website published by Forbes, puts Indonesia in first place as the most beautiful country in the world. 

Indonesia beat other beautiful countries such as New Zealand which was in second place and France which was in eighth place. 

This study determines the order of the top 50 most beautiful countries in the world through an analysis of how many natural wonders are in each location in these countries. Its natural wonders range from coral reefs, tropical rainforests, to volcanoes, glaciers, and more. 

It's no secret, Indonesia is a country with a number of natural wonders in many areas. For coral reefs, it stretches up to 25 thousand square kilometers in Indonesia

In fact, the nickname Amazon of the Ocean is pinned to Indonesia, because the types of coral reefs that Indonesia has are very diverse, as many as 69 percent of all varieties of coral reefs in the world are found in Indonesia

As for volcanoes, there are 127 million active volcanoes in Indonesia.

Indonesia also has tropical rain forest areas that are often found in Kalimantan, Sumatra, Sulawesi, and Papua.

In tropical rain forests can be found unique plants and animals that are not found in many other countries. Indonesia is also home to more than 17,000 islands.

This also seems to be proof that Indonesia really deserves to be the most beautiful country in the world according to money.co.uk.

In the assessment, Indonesia was ranked first in the most beautiful country in the world with a score of natural beauty reaching 7.77 out of 10.

A number of other natural attractions that helped propel Indonesia to the top of the list are Komodo National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then Sumatra, with its tropical forests and Kalimantan, which is home to endemic animals such as the Orangutan.

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