Indonesia’s Hidden Beaches

Oct 18, 2018
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Indonesia’s popular beaches are said to be some of the best in the world, but what about its lesser-known shores? They could just be even more beautiful than all the rest.

Enjoy a swim with jungle views at Nihiwatu Beach. This region is known for its lush green jungle that extends all the way out onto white sands and turquoise waters. This secluded spot is also home to some boutique resorts with menu’s that are perfect for a long, luxurious lunch.

Bored of plain old white sand? Hit up Pink Beach on Komodo Island. As the name suggests the sand is a spectacular pink that looks even more amazing at sunset. This really is a truly unique beach quite unlike any other. You’ve got to check this one out!

Although Rambak beach on Bangka Island is super calm and serene, its surroundings are complex and built up with giant granite rock formations protruding out of the ground. When silhouetted at sunset they are quite something to behold. And being only a short drive from the nearest settlement Pangkal Pinang, this beach is an easy day trip away if you’re looking for things to do in this more remote region.