5 Exotic Beaches That Still Hidden in Indonesia
Indonesia has so many beaches that are tourist sites and places to unwind. Tourists just have to choose what kind of beach they like and will visit
But, in terms of beauty, Gili Nanggu is not inferior.
The wide white sand beach on Gili Nanggu, plus the blue sea landscape that makes the eyes pampered.
Not to mention the collection of coral reefs on Gili Nanggu, which makes your snorkeling activities even more enjoyable.
3. Pulau Merah Beach
East Java is known to have exotic beaches. One of them is Pulau Merah Beach in Banyuwangi, which has a small hill.
The small hill is on the beach and is red.
That is also the reason this place is called Pulau Merah Beach.
Often the small hill is hit by the waves, which adds to the exotic impression of this beach.
The waves at Pulau Merah Beach are not too big, so it's good for those who are just starting to learn to surf.
The coastline is also long which can be used as a playground to relax.
4. Alano Beach
For those who want to go to the beach to refresh and release fatigue, Alano Beach is very suitable to be visited.
The scenery is beautiful and exotic so that it makes you feel at home for long on the beach.
Alano Beach is even considered one of the best beaches in Karimunjawa, Jepara.