Semau Island

Semau Island. Thirty minutes by boat from Kupang, this untainted island paradise is well worth a stopover. The surrounding crystal-clear waters offer exceptional snorkeling and swimming. Bamboo bungalows are available on the white sandy beach, and you can barbeque your freshly-caught dinner while enjoying a spectacular sunset. Source: Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Republic […]
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Pantar Strait, Alor Archipelago

Indonesia has many famous diving sites.  For professional divers, Pantar Strait Marine Park is one of the most beautiful in the country and comparable only with that of the Caribbean Sea near Central America.  This Marine Park has its own unique characteristics and beauty. This strait is located between Alor and Pantar islands in the […]
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Labuan Bajo

On the westernmost tip of the Island of Flores, the town of Labuan Bajo, or also spelled Labuhan Bajo sits peacefully: a small fishing site with surprisingly comprehensive tourist facilities. The central logic for its wide range of amenities is the extraordinary interest of travelers to the existence of theKomodo dragon, locally called ora, if not for its superb national park […]
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Kupang City

Kupang: most South-easterly Gateway to the Indonesian Archipelago During World War II, the city of Kupang , formerly known as Koepang,  on the island of Timor,  was the hub for refueling and landing for long-haul flights from Europe to Australia. The historical El Tari airstrip that was first landed by an American pilot, Lamij Johnson, in 1928 holds many stories,  more […]
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