Nusa Tenggara

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Tourists Attractions in Nusa Tenggara:

  • Visiting Batu Cermin Cave Batu Cermin, or Mirror Rock, is actually a tunnel or cave in a dark stone hills of Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara.  Sunshine comes in through a hole in the tunnel and then bounces on the stone walls that again reflect small lights to other areas inside the cave like a mirror. That’s why ...
  • Diving Around Komodo Island The sea around Komodo Island offers vibrant colors and exotic marine life which will enchant divers and snorkelers alike as endless schools of fish ride the waterways rushing up from deep sea vents, below them the seabed is covered with a thick carpet of florescent corals and marine invertebrates, an underwater photographers paradise. The waters that ...
  • Visiting Flores Island Flores is the most fascinating and beautiful island. Long hidden in the shadows of its more famous neighbor Bali, the island of Flores is finally emerging as a unique destination of its own.  So, after visiting the lair of the Komodo dragons, take time to marvel at some of the wonders of Flores. Here you can swim ...
  • Visiting Gili Terawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air Gili Terawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air: Ideal Tropical Islands Getaway White sandy beaches, tropical coral reefs, warm inviting waters. All this awaits you on the Gili islands.  And with no cars, no motorbikes and no distractions other than beautiful tropical island scenery, the Gili islands off the northwest coast of Lombok are truly an ideal ...
  • Visiting Kanawa Island Kanawa: Best Satellite Island to enjoy the Komodo National Park The island of Kanawa, only some 15 kilometers from the growing fishermen’s town of Labuan Bajo on Flores, is fringed with a bed of coral reefs teeming with colorful fish all around. Its turquoise water is exceptionally calm and clear. Swimming and snorkeling are most poular family activities ...
  • Visiting Komodo National Park Real dragons spurt no fire, have no need to fly and cast no magic spells. And still, one look from them might render you speechless. These komodos, the real life dragons, are a sight indeed. Gigantic, the lizard-like creatures are about two or three meters in length. They can easily weigh about 165 kilograms. Despite ...
  • Visiting 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 than ...
  • Visiting 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 ...
  • Visiting Laiwangi Wanggameti National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Laiwangi Wanggameti National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Laiwangi-Wanggameti National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the local ...
  • Visiting Liang Bua Liang Bua is a cave in a limestone hill in Manggarai District, Flores.  The local community is familiar with this cave because of its huge size (50 meters long, 40 meters wide, and 25 meters tall).  Due to its size, it was once used as a religious worship place and school. Liang Bua is famous the ...
  • Visiting Lombok With divine beaches, the majestic Mount Rinjani and spectacular marine life to discover, the island of Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara has no shortage of attractions both in and out of the water. It’s little wonder then that Lombok is the most popular destination in West Nusa Tenggara. Come here to surf the massive breaks on the south coast. Challenge ...
  • Visiting Manupeu Tanah Daru National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Manupeu Tanah Daru National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction This nice park covers some of the last remaining lowland monsoon forest in ...
  • Visiting Mataram Situated on the western side of Lombok Island, the city of Mataram is the capital and largest city in the West Nusa Tenggara Province. In addition to serving as the provincial capital, Mataram is the center of the provincial government, education, commerce, industry and services. Public buildings, banks, post office, general hospitals, shopping malls, and hotels are found here, ...
  • Visiting Mount Kelimutu with Three colored Lakes Some people may only dream about trekking to Mount Kelimutu on the island of Flores with its three colored lakes, while others make it a reality. The challenging trip in a rented polished 7-seater car can make one entertained for hours because of the endless winding road. However, being shaken by the sharp curves in the road ...
  • Visiting Mount Rinjani National Park The mighty Rinjani mountain of Gunung Rinjani is a massive volcano which towers over the island of Lombok. A climb to the top is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have in Indonesia. At 3,726 meters tall, Gunung Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. The climb to the top may not ...
  • Visiting Moyo Island For lovers of nature and the underwater world, three kilometers off the North coast of Sumbawa lies Moyo Island, a pristine environment with rugged coastlines and a grassy savannah home to all sorts of wildlife. Moyo island has become more famous with the visit or Princess Diana of England who sought refuge on this island from ...
  • Visiting 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 Alor ...
  • Visiting Prailiu Village Prailiu is one of the many traditional and exotic villages in Sumba. It is located in a suburb area of Waingapu, the capital city of East Sumba District about two kilometers away from the city center.  Despite rapid development, traditional tall houses with sharp leaf roofs are still apparent here.  However, you can now see ...
  • Visiting Ruteng, Capital of Manggarai Ruteng: Capital of Manggarai, hub to fascinating Flores attractions Ruteng, capital of the district of Manggarai, in the western part of the island of Flores, is a pleasant, busy town backed by a range of mountains. Located some 1,200 meters above sea level the air is cool. Surrounding the town are green rice fields that provide the staple ...
  • Visiting 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 of ...
  • Visiting Senggigi Beach Senggigi is Lombok’s oldest and most famous resort area. A perfect place to relax, Senggigi boasts a series of white sandy beaches and safe swimming areas. The point at central Senggigi has good waves for surfers. This place has a colourful reef which provides shelter to a variety of marine life and exquisitely shapped coral and ...
  • Visiting Soekarno’s House in Ende During the struggle for Indonesian independence, the first Indonesian President, Soekarno, was once exiled by the Dutch colonial government for four years to Ende Flores (from 1934 to 1938).  Upon his arrival here, Soekarno did not have any place to stay.  After staying in a house near Port Ende, he then looked for a rented ...
  • Visiting Sumbawa Home to renowned surfing spots, the rugged island of Sumbawa in West Nusa Tengarra is a remote yet beautiful place. Located to the east of the more famous Lombok island, Sumbawa is just waiting to be discovered. It may take longer to reach but once you get to Sumbawa you’ll be rewarded with excellent surf ...
  • Visiting The Traditional Whale Hunt of Lamalera on Flores Around the world, the village of Lamalera on the island of Lembata  on Flores is known as the home of traditional whale hunting. Portuguese documents dating back to 1643 already mention that these heroic hunts were sighted then. In Lamalera, villagers hunt large sea animals, like whales, manta rays and sometimes dolphins to provide food and a living ...
  • Visiting Traditional Village of Compang Ruteng A compang is a stone altar usually found in the yards of traditional homes of the Manggarai community.  The Compang is the center of traditional ceremonies, among which is  the penti, a ceremony to thank God for a bountiful harvest.  Water buffalos and cows are tied to this Compang to be subsequently sacrificed. The Compang Ruteng ...