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Labuan Bajo the exotic of many Paradise
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Labuan Bajo the exotic of
many Paradise Islands of
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Indonesia is a country that has many islands. There are at least 17,504 islands registered as part of
the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. The whole island has a lot of beauty and provides a
tourist attraction both local and foreign. One of the islands which is famous for its beach tourism is
Why Labuan Bajo? Actually, Indonesia is already famous for its beaches in Bali and Lombok.
However, recently, with the arrival of a famous football player to Labuan Bajo, it can be said that
Labuan Bajo is one of the most famous tourist areas to foreign countries. From the east of Indonesia,
in East Nusa Tenggara Province, there is a village called Labuan Bajo. Labuan Bajo is one of the 9
villages in Komodo District, West Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara.
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Labuan Bajo is the capital of West Manggarai district and is located at the westernmost tip of Flores
Island, where the inhabitants mostly earn their living on water. This is reflected in a busy bay filled
with various sizes of canoes, sailing boats and motorboats.
Most of the travelers and westerners who have a lot of business in Labuan Bajo say that the city of
Labuan Bajo is developing, profitable and even romantic. The view in the log huts with thatched
roofs camouflaged by the thickets and trees towering over the sloping city, overlooking the
picturesque harbor, makes evening conversations with travel companions an unforgettable
experience. For some adventurers, Labuan Bajo can be an ideal vacation.
Labuan Bajo is the launching point for memorable trips to Komodo Island and Rinca Island, home to
the famous Komodo dragons. Apart from the Komodo dragon (Varanus commodensis), the main
attraction in this area is the extraordinary marine life. Komodo Island is indeed a paradise for d