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Ngurbloat beach in Ngilngof, the white sand flour, palm trees lined and clear water is magical nature paintings

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Tinuku Travel ~ Ngurbloat Beach or Pasir Panjang Beach is a coastal exotic white sand as soft as flour in Ngilngof village, Kei Kecil District, Southeast Maluku Regency, Maluku, which stretches 5 kilometers to the beach Ngursamadan in Ohoililir village, green palm tree lined, white sand as the world's softest sand beach and blue sea presents a stunning panorama.

Tinuku Travel Ngurbloat beach in Ngilngof, the white sand flour, palm trees lined and clear water is magical nature paintings

Tinuku.com Travel Ngurbloat beach in Ngilngof, the white sand flour, palm trees lined and clear water is magical nature paintings

Ngurbloat beach features the white sand and very very soft like flour vast expanse and local communities also mentioned as Pasir Panjang Beach coastline stretches for five kilometers. Along the edge of beach lined blends thousands of coconut trees and blue sea produces a picture perfect landscape.

The travelers can snorkel, dive and swim in calm sea and clear water or simply swimming and playing volleyball until exhausted and then lingering put up a hammock or sunbathing to relax while watching the fishermen using traditional boat return from fishing with a magnificent sunset background.

The topography of the beach is very flat and travelers walked 50 meters to perform activities of snorkeling or diving on to the reef which covers 45 percent underwater floor is dominated by branching coral species and coral massif, while dead coral into a comfortable home for algae.

Tinuku Travel Ngurbloat beach in Ngilngof, the white sand flour, palm trees lined and clear water is magical nature paintings

Travel.Tinuku.com Ngurbloat beach in Ngilngof, the white sand flour, palm trees lined and clear water is magical nature paintings


Location: Ngilngof Village, Kei Kecil District, Southeast Maluku Regency, Maluku.

Activity: Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, canoeing, trekking, hiking, camping, hammocking. Explore the flora and fauna. Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Seeing the sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, homestays and Cottages.

Reach access: 10 km from Langgur city, 20 km from Karel Sadsuitubun Airport.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Karel Sadsuitubun Airport in Ibra town, then by car to Ngurbloat Beach. Another alternative flight to Ambon city, then to Yos Sudarso port and use ferry ship to Tual port, then use car to Ngurbloat Beach.

Advice: Seawater quiet in April-May and October-December.

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