Arsenal head to Indonesia this summer for the Asia Tour 2013 - and ahead of the trip we've picked out some of the amazing sights on offer in the country.
The Gunners face the Indonesia Dream Team national team in Jakarta on Sunday, July 14, and here's a few more pointers for fans making the trip.
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Mount Bromo, East Java
Gunung Bromo is an active volcano and part of the Tengger massif in East Java. At 2,329 metres it is not the highest peak of the massif, but it is the best known. The area is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Indonesia and Java. The top of the volcano has been blown off and the crater inside constantly emits white smoke. Mount Bromo is surrounded by the Sea of Sand - a body of fine volcanic sand.
Lake Toba, Sumatra
Lake Toba is an immense volcanic lake about 100 kilometres long and 30 kilometres wide. Formed by a gigantic volcanic eruption some 70,000 years ago, it is the largest resurgent caldera on Earth. Genetic estimates suggests that there were only a few thousand humans that survived the catastrophe. The island in the middle - Pulau Samosir - is the largest island within an island and contains two lakes. Tourist also come here to relax and swim in the volcanically-warmed waters.
Pura Batu Bolong, Senggigi
The small pagodas of the Balinese temple Pura Batu Bolong cling to a rocky volcanic outcrop that juts into the sea about two kilometres south of central Senggigi. The temple is orientated towards Gunung Agung, Bali's holiest mountain, and is a popular spot to watch the sunset. The rock underneath the temple has a natural hole that gives it its name - batu bolong (literally, 'rock with hole').
Monas National Monument, Jakarta
Jakarta is home to some 18 million people and serves as the entry point into the island of Java. With a history dating back more than 1,500 years when it was a part of the Sudanese Tarumanagara kingdom, Jakarta is a heady mixture of old and new, from the National Museum in downtown Kota to the crowds of the Jalan Surabaya Antique and Flea Market. Monas is a popular sight for visitors and is set in the middle of Independence Square, a place that embodies the sense of national pride in Indonesia.
Kuta Beach, Bali
Kuta was a small fishing village when it was discovered it in the early Seventies. Since then it has become a must-see holiday destination thanks to its natural beauty, excellent surfing and friendly locals. One of the most popular places to stay in Bali, Kuta Beach has hotels, bars and restaurants just metres from the beach. The resort comes alive in the evening but, despite its undoubted liveliness, Kuta still retains the relaxed and easy-going nature of the Balinese people.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 21 Jun 2013