December 29, 2020, 08.28 PM

There is important information regarding some of the Komodo Island activities specifically for women.

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Due to the strong sense of smell of Indonesia’s magnificent animal, women who are on the monthly periods are forbidden from undertaking the journey.

Take a selfie at Padar Island

As one of the key Komodo Island activities, travelers must not skip taking a selfie at Padar Island.

“The Komodo Island National Park is huge, thus the attraction is not only one island but on other islands as well, such as Padar Island.”

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Padar Island is the third-largest island at this renowned East Nusa Tenggara tourist destination in Indonesia, which can be reached by boat.

After the boat trip, tourists will arrive at an uninhabited grassland from which they can continue on a 15 to 20-minute journey to officially reach Padar Island.

The spectacular view from the top of the island is too good to skip, especially during sunset, with sights overlooking the crystal blue ocean to the luscious hills to the boats of the locals.

(Writer: Nabilla Ramadhian | Editor: Kahfi Dirga Cahya)


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