Plengkung Beach at Grajagan Bay, East Java, (also known as G-Land) is an internationally renowned surf break, about half a day by road from the popular tourist destinations in Bali – consistently producing some of the best and most well-known waves in the world.
Kupa Beach is an all-natural beach in the town of Pare Pare, South Sulawesi, ideal for swimming, sunning and shelling. The landscape blends white sandy beaches with gorgeous sunsets and the warmth of friendly locals, creating the most romantic destination in the region.
Rua Beach, located 76 km from Waikabubak, is one of the beaches notable for its surf. The south coast of Sumba generally gets good waves from April to December when the monsoon winds will make the area too dangerous to surf.
With picturesque views of the world class Boa wave, Rote Island (also spelled Roti) in the East Nusa Tenggara province, covers an area of 1,200 square-kilometers. The beautiful beaches and well-known surfing destinations of Nembralla and Boa are the main tourist spots.
Situated at the southern coast of Malang Regency, East Java, this coastal retreat is a hidden gem among East Java’s tourist attractions dominated by Mount Bromo as the main icon of the region. This two-kilometer stretch of beach presents more than just the sound of raging waves hitting the shores, but also the spectacular view of three rocky islands named after wayang puppets, Hanoman, Wisanggeni, and Ismoyo Islands.
Nihiwatu is the main surfing destination in Sumba, providing the top waves in Indonesia and the world. The surf is very consistent and ideally suited for picking up swells arriving from thousands of miles away.
The Mentawai Islands are a chain of islands and islets off the western coast of Sumatra that have become an internationally noted destination for surfing. The possibilities here are endless; some surfers claim that there are more than 25 world-class waves in the same surf zone!
The Menjangan Kecil Island offers gorgeous white sand and coconut-tree-lined beaches that are as peaceful as it is desolate. Located amidst the tiny yet gorgeous archipelago of Karimun Jawa, the waters are calm and swimmer-friendly.
Located northwest of Ujung Kulon National Park, Peucang is one of the country’s many islands that strive for marine ecotourism. “Peucang” is the local word for barking deer as hundreds of deer are found in its dense tropical forest along with other wild animals like monkeys, hornbills, monitor lizards and wild boars.
Gili Matra in Lombok consists of three small gilis (islands) including Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan, hence the name “M-A-TRA”. Presenting spectacular reefs and inviting waters, the gilis feature the kind of natural beauty craved by tourists looking for a remote island experience.
Massive granites, serene atmosphere & clear blue water make up the beautiful Mapur Island, on the east of Bintan. The island is a promising spot for snorkeling and diving in Bintan with healthy colorful corals and rich marine life.