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PULO ACEH > THE OTHER ISLANDS


PULO BUNTA

Pulo Bunta is the least interesting of the bigger islands in Pulo Aceh. I has a light house and a few beaches, but difficult to swim due to the barrier reefs and strong currents. There are no people living here except the lighthouse staff.

PULO BATEE

Click to enlargeThe uninhabited island of Pulo Batee has maybe seen more tourists than the other islands in this island group. Before the tsunami there were some bungalows here. Now they are slowly being built up again. Pulo Batee is 4 km long, has a scenic beach and some bat caves. It is a perfect place to hide and get away from the rest of the World.Click to enlarge

To go there is like an expedition and is only by appointment. Contact Andy on Ph: 0852 7099 4060, or 0852 7771 1773, e-mail: andy_pulobatee@yahoo.com and you will learn more. So far there are only one hut and a few tents. Supplies are brought in together with you and your friends. Good value.

PULO KEUREUSIK

Click to enlargePulo Keureusik in between Pulo Nasi and Breuh has an amazing beach on its eastern end. Its form and accessibility depends very much on season. Pulo Keureusik is the only island that doesn't have any wild boars; According to locals because of a holy Muslim scholar that is buried on the island.

 

 

 

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