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Jl. Findang Armau, Tual, Maluku, Indonesia
Ngurbloat Beach has a winding 5km stretch of white sand so exceptional that National Geographic dubbed it as “the softest beach sands in Asia.” The edges of the pristine blue sea is lined with rows of coconut trees, emanating a serene and peaceful atmosphere in the soft breezes. The area is located in a fishing village, so visitors can also watch local fishermen at work and catch fish.
Attractions in Ngurbloat Beach include:
A mere stone throw away from Ngurbloat Beach, Ngursarnadan boasts a stunning view and rich coral collection for air-snorkeling. The fine white sand makes for a wonderful leisurely stroll. For visitors who are looking to get a good bird’s eye view of the area, they can trek to a higher ground that faces the ocean. At dusk, visitors will see an exceptional panoramic view of the coast, with orange light casting over the surface.
Attractions in Ngursarnadan Beach:
The secluded island is situated in the east of Kei Kecil, a short ferry ride away from Tual. Travelers generally visit the area on an island-hopping adventure, while also stopping by at neighboring islands such as Er and Ngodan. Take a plunge in the pristine water and take a closer look at the stunning decorative fish and vibrant corals. Sometimes, blackfin sharks make their sightings on the edge of the beach, so visitors would want to get their camera ready.
Attractions in Pulau Ngav include:
Tual is a city in Maluku Province of Indonesia. The city, called Kota Tual in Indonesian, is geographically located within the Kei Islands, on Dullah Island. The city was located in one of the key maritime routes of the spice trade which extended from the Moluccas southwards towards the Lesser Sunda Islands and Java, which have had significant effects on the culture and people in the region.
Since 2007 has been administratively separate from the rest of the Kei Islands, which form the Southeast Maluku Regency (the city is on the same administrative level as the Regency). The city covers an area of 254.4 sq.km, and includes a number of small islands situated to the west of the principal Kei Islands (Kei Besar and Kei Kecil).
Arriving at the Tual Port, visitors will be welcomed into a unexplored archipelago unlike any other. Its landscape remain faithful to their traditional culture, its beaches well-maintained to its natural form, and its underwater beauty untouched by pollution.