Lanjukang Island, occupied by friendly dwarfs
Lanjukang Island is occupied by individuals with imperfect physical conditions. Dwarfed, hunched back, and blond and rare. People today say this is due to the bloodshed marriages they often do. They don’t get an education and therefore are completely alienated from the audience. Kids don’t go to college and every day only play, play and play. Don’t see them only on the physical. They’re user-friendly and wish to share food.
You’ll realizethat residing in silence isn’t a sad thing. Due to the nature and friendliness of taxpayers, they may continue to enjoy life without technology.
2. Jinato Wall Paradise, the best spot to dive on Lantigiang Island, Taka Bonerate National Park
Set up a swimming pool tent camping tent on the seashore, then spend the mid-day with a cup of coffee by looking out in the sea as the sun sets. This is the thing you’ve to try. Lantigian Island is a part of the island at the Taka Borerate National National Park Area. Not only sunset, from here doesn’t need to lose its splendor. Really soft textured white sand on the island is a place for turtles to lay eggs. If you’re lucky, you’ll meet with the man who is burying the prospective kids.
Jinato Wall Paradise, this is among the most attractive spots which are a favorite of sailors on Lantigian Island in the Taka Bonerete National Park. In a spot depth of 15-20 meters, using a moderate present, the beauty of coral reefs which are dominated by hardcoral and softcoral are very appropriate for beginners.
3. Langkai Island, a light blue mirror island
Contrary to Lanjukang Island which doesn’t have educational facilities, Langkai Island has received an education injection for the kids of this island. Even power has been entered even though only from generators that start operating from 17.30 to 9:00 p.m. it’s 3 spaces which are used for way of monitoring which are visited by local Mantri.
On this island, most people have the habit of fishing for octopus. Great for everyday consumption or for sale. From the pier, the sea bases are clearly visible with quite tempting coral reefs. They waved at you to visit.
4. Badi Island, hospitality amidst the economic increase
A bowl of hot minute noodles is only priced at Rp. 3,000. Warmth on the edge of this little island. Badi Island, often used as a stopover before returning to Makassar Remote Islands. The people of Badi Island rely on rainwater. But throughout the rainy season, the brackish well water was forced to be the only water to endure. Badi Island isn’t an island with few souls. About 2000 people live and rely on their times on this island.