Once a sleepy fishing village, this enchanting harbour town is now the perfect springboard to many world-class wonders that surrounds its bustling hub. Make a getaway to where the sun shines all year round and snorkel in the pristine waters of neighbouring islands.
The pink beach in Labuan Bajo is indeed cotton candy pink! The beaches are said to have inherited their dusty pink colour from microscopic animals that live in coral reefs surrounding the beach.
Take in the arresting sights of the naturally black, white and pink beaches that surround the coast of this island. You may also make the climb up to one of its most breathtaking viewpoints for an undisrupted picture of all the beaches on Padar Island.
KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
The national park encompasses a total of 29 volcanic islands, and is home to around 2,500 Komodo dragons and other terrestrial fauna. Spot the elusive Komodo dragons in their natural habitat!