Sunday, August 8, 2021

Tourist Attractions in Ambon with Natural Beauty

Tourist Attractions in Ambon with Natural Beauty

For those of you who like holidays with a nature-themed atmosphere, Ambon can be an interesting destination for you to visit. Here you will find many beautiful beaches that are still very natural. In addition, you can find historical places such as Dutch heritage here. For more details, here IamIndonesia will discuss some interesting tourist attractions in Ambon!

Liang Beach

Liang Beach

Often referred to as Hunimua, Liang Beach was named the most beautiful beach by the United Nations in 1991. The beauty of Liang Beach is undeniable. Visiting here you will see a stretch of white sand beach combined with blue seawater. The atmosphere here also tends to be less crowded and the waves are not too big, so it's safe if you want to swim or snorkel around the beach.

Nusa Pombo

Nusa Pombo

To get here, you only need to travel for one hour by speed boat from Ambon. Slightly different from other beaches, Nusa Pombo Beach is uninhabited so the atmosphere is very calm. In addition, you can also set up a tent on the beach to spend the night here. During your vacation in Nusa Pombo, you can do various interesting activities ranging from diving, swimming, snorkeling to trekking to get around the beach.

Pintu Kota Beach

Pintu Kota Beach

Unlike other beaches in Ambon which have white sand, at Pintu Kota Beach you will find many coral cliffs. Here you will also find a very large rock cliff with a large hole in the middle that looks like a door. With this natural beauty, Pintu Kota Beach is often used as the cover for nature tourism magazines to pre-wedding photos. If you are hungry, you also don't need to be confused because around the beach you can find many traders selling food.

Nestapa Beach

Nestapa Beach

Similar to Liang Beach, Nestapa Beach also has the same natural beauty in the form of white sandy beaches. The seawater here is also very clear so it is suitable for snorkeling. Here, you can also rent a boat at a rate of IDR 20,000 while feeling the sensation of fishing on the high seas. About 700 meters from Nestapa Beach, you will also find lots of fresh fish sellers.

Siwalima Museum

Siwalima Museum

Visiting the Siwalima Museum, you will be greeted with the words "Usu Mar Upu" which means "Let's Enter". Here, you can find a lot of information about Maluku and its natural and cultural wealth. From downtown Ambon, you can reach the Siwalima Museum in about 10 minutes and the distance is about 5 kilometers. The atmosphere is also very exotic because of its location on a hill and facing directly to Ambon Bay.

The history of the establishment of the Siwalima Museum itself began with a Dutch law that required the return of historic items in Maluku in 1970. Because there was no place to accommodate these items, the headquarters of the West Irian liberation force called Makmur Park was used as a place to store these items until now.

Molana Island

Molana Island

Molana beach Ambon also has a beautiful island that you can make a tourist destination. To get here you can use a speedboat from Ambon city or you can lean back first to Saparua and then continue the journey to Molana Island by using a speedboat again. The interesting thing about this beach is when the seasons change. At that time, you will see the beach sand here moving from the west side to the east side due to the influence of the west and east winds. The length of the white sand beach here is 1.5 km. On one side you will also see a rock cliff which is a place for small fish. The underwater world of Molana Island is also very beautiful so it is suitable for those of you who like to snorkel or dive.

Amsterdam Hila Fort

Amsterdam Hila Fort

In addition to the beach, in Ambon, you can also find a Dutch heritage fort. Located on the border of Hila country and Keitetu country, Amsterdam Fort has many historical stories. Formerly this building was the headquarters of the VOC in Ambon. This fort has three floors with different functions and the building is still strong today. At the top, you can see the lookout tower which is now often used to see the scenery around the Fort. To get here, you can travel about 42 kilometers from the city of Ambon.

That's some information about tourist attractions in Ambon that you can visit.
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