Pahawang Island; Big and small Island

Pulau Pahawang is one of beautiful island in Lampung Province. It is located at Marga Punduh, Pesawaran regency. My friends and I went to this island from Jakarta. We took open trip package to visit this island. First, we go to Merak port by my friend’s car and continued by ship. Before it, we might be waiting for another people who took open trip too. We waited for more than 5 hours. It so bored but we need to refresh our mind and we have chosen this trip.

Pahawang Island is nice island with its local communities. First, we did snorkeling on sea near Pahawang Island. What we can see into the water?  We see some sea biota; nemo, several fish types, crab, and also sea urchin. There are a lot of sea urchin, big or small. It is so scary but it is so beautiful.

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Pulau Abang and Its biota

 Pulau Abang, we can call it Abang Island in English, is one of islands in near from Batam island, Riau Island province. Pulau Abang is a part of Batam area. If want to go to this island, we will take more than one hour from Batam Center, as main area in Batam. We will though some famous bridges in Batam. We can call them Balerang Bridge. One of them is the popular bridge, with unique and iconic design. After more than one hour, we arrived at a dock. It is traditional and very simple dock. But there are some boats passers-by and docked on the little quay.

We open trip team were ready to go to Abang Island and wanted to snorkeling on its sea. After 5-10 minutes on our boat, we arrived at a house on the sea water. We went down from the boat and went up the house’s stairs. In that house, we put our bag, worn our snorkeling clothes, and listened some instruction about our trip and about sea biota and how to keep it.

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Anambas; Biang Island teach us about snorkeling

img_20160512_135646_hdrisaw0837I had bad experience about snorkeling but I eager to know it more than before. So, my friends and I try to snorkeling on Anambas Islands. We interested in those islands. The first place that we visited is Biang Island. Our guide, Eyster, did not tell us more about the beach. But She taught  us more about snorkeling.

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