Here Is TOP 5 Best Beach In Indonesia-top-lima.blogspot.com
1. Kuta Bali Beach.
Kuta in addition to being the Sunset Site Number One, with its daily spectacular sunsets, it is also the centre of night life activities in Southern Bali and a shopping mecca, with its lines of shops, boutiques, and galleries. Restaurants line up the streets as well as the Bachfront,Hotels, ranging from a small, inexpensive homestay to a luxurious resort, will ready accomodate you.
The beach of Kuta is one of the first favorite beaches discovered by tourist. On the south, the beach is fenced by the airport’s runway, which gives you a breathtaking landing experience. The beach stretches as far north as the eyes can see. As short walk away north, waves will invite you to test your surfing. Kuta is very short drive away from the airport, and transportation is readily available to take you from and to Kuta to and from anywhere else in Bali.
2. Bunaken- Manado
Manado Bay is surrounded by tropical peaks and is a delicious destination for scuba divers of the volcanic islands. The deep waters of Bunaken National Marine Park Island have the highest levels of biodiversity in the world with an exceptional variety of fish. The clear waters contain an enormous amount of different species, corals and fish.
When diving in Bunaken, you can see seven times more coral on the beaches of Hawaii, there are 33 different species of butterfly fish and contributes 70% of all species of fish living in waters of the beaches of Indonesia. This place is a paradise for divers. Ocean currents into Bunaken provide all kinds of nutrients for marine life, and here you can also find barracuda, turtles, rays and even sharks.
Located between Central Java and South Kalimantan is the island chain. Again, a variety of rooms - often including all meals - is available. Or if you really want to get away from everything, you can live within 1 km of the coast in a fishing platform!
3. Pangandaran Beach-Ciamis- West Java
continental small peninsula with a national park with beaches and stunning scenery to rival the beaches of Bali, on the southern coast of Java. Pangandaran is one of the best Java-kept secrets as far as international tourists are concerned, but have been very popular with locals for along, long time. A small fishing village boasts one of the best beaches in Java and Pangandaran Nature Reserve abounds wild buffalo, barking deer and monkeys. People are very friendly, this combined with the idealize surroundings make this a great place to spend a few days off island-style. Pangandaran is halfway between Bandung and Yogya, about 5 hours by bus from Bandung and 8 hours from Jakarta.
4. Mawan beach/Senggigi (near Kuta Lombok), West Nusa Tenggara
Mawan beach About 5 miles west of Kuta on the south coast of Lombok is a spectacular beach called horseshoe Mawan (pronounced Mar-warn). The only inhabitants are a small fishing community, so most times you can guarantee yourself the beach.
You can reach Lombok by air from Jakarta / Bali / Surabaya then take a taxi from the airport (fixed rate) or by boat from Bali and then take a shuttle bus (many drivers will be happy to arrange transportation back to the Lombok ferry terminal). You have to organize and transport for hire (ojek for example) to Mawan Beach, and on the way back you can visit the Café Astari with stunning views of the surrounding coastline.
5. Raja Ampat-Papua
The archipelago is a series of four neighboring group of islands in the western part of the Bird's Head Island (Vogelkoop) Papua, Eastern Indonesia. Raja Ampat islands, famous for the beauty of the sea and the beauty of the underwater landscape, so that the Raja Ampat archipelago is a place of great potential to serve as a tourist attraction, especially the diving tourism.Probably still very few those who have visited this beautiful place.
Raja Ampat Islands waters so clear, with a wealth of coral reefs in the world. Wayag Island is an island famous and became one of the best diving in the world with a wealth of marine life are very high level of diversity.
If you had seen the film starring Leonardo Di Caprio beach, is the same impression when visiting Raja Ampat. Paradise Lost deserved to be appointed to this place because, in fact, Indonesians often do not personally know of this place. The beautiful white sand beach and an underwater landscape that became the beautiful attraction of Raja Ampat.