Tanjung Lesung, The Joy of a Backpacker to Get There!

After traveling around 4 hours from Jakarta, finally arrived in the area of ​​marine tourism Tanjung Lesung. Tanjung Lesung itself is located on the west coast of the Sunda Strait region, precisely in the village of Tanjung Jaya, Pandeglang - Banten. With the enchanting beauty that glows blue sea and white sand spread wide, making it the perfect place to refresh the soul.

Enjoy the beauty of the sea is so beautiful and very clear sea water, so that we can see the fish swim through coral reefs, refresh our minds after facing all the fatigue of everyday...

Travel can be reached from Jakarta-Merak toll road, exit the toll booth of East Serang. We must pass through the town of Serang, leading to the city Pandeglang and Labuan, as he continues to follow the instructions to follow the Tanjung Lesung. From the city of Serang, Banten provincial capital, there are buses that go directly to Tanjung Lesung. If we want a back packer, we must take a bus to attack first, then continued on to Tanjung Lesung, with bus Damri leading tourist sites Tanjung Lesung.

Tanjung Lesung is a resort area which involves a series of several hotels, villas and water sport areas. The roads in this area surrounded by trees that shade. Shortly into the main gate, was designed like atmosphere in Nusa Dua, Bali, in the form of clusters of villas, hotels, sports facilities such as areas of golf, fishing, and other beach activities. Some coconut trees are also wearing black gloves boxes, such as in Bali.

Infrastructure in this tourist complex is sufficient, ie paved roads wide and smooth enough. Very different from the way governments go to this tourist area, especially from the direction of Anyer - Karang Bolong, Carita-Labuhan, several roads damaged very badly ..

Various water sports activities there are here, such as banana boat, jet ski, to the adventurous search for coastal cliffs. Tanjung Lesung outbound game will also have facilities that are very interesting and well worth a try ...

Want to get there?

29 July 2009
(As told by aunt Prima Widi Hatmi / Photos Prima Widi Hatmi)


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