Travel Along the North Coast of East Nusa Tenggara, Labuan Bajo to East Flores
For years, tourists who take a trip on the island of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) mostly just cross the Trans Flores Road on the south coast. Alon
TRIBUNBATAM.id - For years, tourists who take a trip on the island of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) mostly just cross the Trans Flores Road on the south coast.
Along the Trans Flores Road on the south coast, tourists usually visit objects in Larantuka to Maumere to enjoy various tourism objects, including cultural, nature, and traditional houses.
For example, visiting the three colored lakes of Kelimutu or stopping by the Bung Karno Exile House - the nickname for the first President of the Republic of Indonesia, Soekarno, in Ende.
In addition, tourists also often visit tourist attractions such as the Ruteng Puu Traditional Village, Cobweb Rice Fields around Ruteng City, Liang Bua, Wae Rebo Traditional Village, and others.
Now, along with road access that is getting better on the North Coast or Trans Pantai Utara (pantura) which stretches for 800 kilometers, tourism actors and travel agents are starting to promote tour packages along the north coast, from East Flores to Labuan Bajo.
Unfortunately, the road access from Manggarai Regency to West Manggarai is still not opened so that tourist trips from East Flores only arrive at Reo, Reo District, Manggarai Regency, then turn to Ruteng and continue the journey to Labuan Bajo. This is quite tiring for tourists.
Some road points still need to improve the asphalt quality, although others are quite good. It is hoped that more vigorous tourism promotion can help accelerate its development.
If the Trans Flores Pansela Road tends to be winding, the Trans Pantai Utara isn't like that.
There are also very few inclines and tourists who pass by have more opportunities to see panoramic views of the beach and sea along the way.
Attractions on Jalan Trans Pantai Utara