Some Of The Uninhabited Islands In Indonesia

Batu Legundi Island This island is one of the uninhabited islands in Indonesia. Batu Legundi island is administratively located in Punduh Pidata, Pesawaran regency, Lampung. Batu Merah Island Batu Merah Island, or Red Rock island is located in Rajabasa, South Lampung. The topography of this island is generally reddish brown coral with small covered area. The vegetation is dominated by pilot plant in some of the area. This island is also uninhabited. Batumandi Island The island is generally in the form of chunks of rock with a very small area…

The Exotic Cubadak Island

Cubadak Island Cubadak area, at the beginning was the vast crater for about 40 km square. The island is uninhabited, but there is only fisherman’s house as a haven when benighted at sea, and it covered with dense forest. There are also a number of birds and wild animals such as monkeys, deer and pigs live here. Cubadak is one of dozens of small islands in the off coast in West Sumatra. Cubadak island, whose name has popularly worldwide and becomes an icon of South Coastal District has an area…

Anak Krakatau Island; The Majestic Volcanic Island

Anak Krakatau Island Anak Krakatau island is the youngest island in Indonesia and it such a small volcanic island that located between Small Rakata Island and Sertung Island. This island was founded in 1928, and it was disappeared in 1929. Fortunately, it began to reappear again on 1930, together with the eruptions. On 1935, this island was almost in round shape with diameter of 1200 m and 63 m height. On 1955, this island was getting higher for about 155m above sea level. On 1959, this island was have its…

The Imposing Tikus Island – Bengkulu

Tikus Island Tikus island or Mouse island is a small island that located on Bengkulu coastal waters and it part of Bengkulu province. This island is precisely located in west side of Bengkulu town. To reach this island, the visitors can ride the rental fisherman boat from Zakat beach or Tapak Pader beach, it takes 45 minutes. This island is clean and having beauty natural sightseeing, especially the water, which is very clear and sparkling. The visitors may see some fishes swimming around the coral which surround this small island…

Enggano Island, Just Like Any Tremendous Islands In Indonesia

Enggano Island Enggano Island is about 100 km southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia. It is about 35 km long from east to west and about 16 km wide from north to south. Administratively, it located on the North Bengkulu Regency. The three largest towns on the island are Barhau, Kabuwe and Kayaapu. The name of the island suggests some early contact with Portuguese traders (engano means disappoint), but the earliest published account was that of Cornelis de Houtman, dating from June 5, 1596, but he was unable to land a boat.…

Mega Island, The Exotic Uninhabited Island

Mega Island Mega Island is an Indonesia’s outer island that located in Indian Ocean and it directly bordered with India. Administratively, this island part of North Bengkulu regency, Bengkulu Province. This island is uninhabited but it becomes the fishermen’s fishing spot. Reaching Mega island is about to face difficult route and it is not easy to get there. Fortunately, this island is such a potential island in case of the fishery products. The natural sightseeing around the island is also riveting and tremendous. We can see the clear underwater inside…

Kelemar Island – Bangka Belitung

Kelemar Island Kelemar island is one the islands that located in Selat Nasik, Belitung regency, Bangka Belitung Province. This island is located at the outside of Gasper strait, at west side of Belitung island. The local inhabitants that live around the island using boat or ship for daily activities. It takes 4-5 hours drive to reach Tanjung Pandan, or the downtown of the area. Those who are visiting Belitung and Kelemar island, can also visit other islands that close to each other. The other islands that near to Kelemar are…

Belitung Island: Exotically BEAUTIFUL

Belitung Island Belitung or Belitong, was better known as billiton is an island in off the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, flanked by the Gaspar Strait and Karimata Strait. The word Belitung is taken from the local language means sea slug. Belitung island is divided into two districts, namely Billiton District, with Tanjung Pandan as the capital area; and East Belitung district, with Manggar as the capital. The island populations are mainly Malay ethnic, and they speak Belitung dialect; others are the Chinese Hokkien and Hakka. Most of the inhabitants,…

La Exotica Bangka

Bangka Island Bangka island or sometimes Banka, is an island that lying on east of Sumatra, Indonesia. Bangka is an island province together with Belitung Island. Bangka lies just east of Sumatra, separated by the Bangka Strait; to the north lies the South China Sea, to the east, across the Gaspar Strait, is the island of Belitung, and to the south is the Java Sea. The majority of the inhabitants are Malays and Chinese, mostly Hakkas. The population is split between those work on the tin mines, palm oil plantations,…

The Most Gorgeous Island In Sabang; Pulau Weh

Weh Island Weh Island or Pulau Weh or Pulo Weh or just known as Sabang, which is the largest city in the same area. Weh is a small active volcanic island to the northwest of Sumatra. It was originally connected to the Sumatran mainland and became separated by sea after the volcano’s last eruption in the Pleistocene era.The island is situated in the Andaman Sea. The island is known for its ecosystem; the Indonesian government has declared 60 square kilometres (23 sq mi) of inland and sea around the island…