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[an error occurred while processing this directive]Indonesia's World Heritage Sites

[an error occurred while processing this directive][an error occurred while processing this directive] Indonesia ratified the World Heritage Convention on 6 July, 1989. As of August 2010, it has seven World Heritage Sites, of which three are in the cultural category and four in the natural category. Indonesia also has another 27 sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

World Heritage Sites in Indonesia

  1. Borobudur Temple Compounds
  2. Komodo National Park
  3. Prambanan Temple Compounds
  4. Ujung Kulon National Park
  5. Sangiran Early Man Site
  6. Lorentz National Park
  7. Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra

Sites in Indonesia on the World Heritage Tentative List

  1. Banten Ancient City (1995)
  2. Ratu Boko Temple Complex (1995)
  3. Great Mosque of Demak (1995)
  4. Yogyakarta Palace Complex (1995)
  5. Waruga Burial Complex (1995)
  6. Ngada traditional house and megalithic complex (1995)
  7. Penataran Hindu Temple Complex (1995)
  8. Sukuh Hindu Temple (1995)
  9. Besakih (1995)
  10. Belgica Fort (1995)
  11. Pulau Penyengat Palace Complex (1995)
  12. Elephant Cave (1995)
  13. Gunongan Historical Park (1995)
  14. Betung Kerihun National Park (Transborder Rainforest Heritage of Borneo) (2004)
  15. Bunaken National Park (2005)
  16. Raja Ampat Islands (2005)
  17. Banda Islands (2005)
  18. Taka Bonerate National Park (2005)
  19. Wakatobi National Park (2005)
  20. Derawan Islands (2005)
  21. Cultural Landscape of Bali Province (2007)
  22. Tana Toraja Traditional Settlement (2009)
  23. Bawomataluo Site (2009)
  24. Muara Takus Compound Site (2009)
  25. Muarajambi Temple Compound (2009)
  26. Trowulan - Former Capital City of Majapahit Kingdom (2009)
  27. Prehistoric Cave Sites in Maros-Pangkep (2009)
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