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Indonesia Beaches. A personal presentation from Amalia Sari for Friday Sharing Session at Juara Idea Agency, Jakarta Indonesia

Indonesia Beaches. A personal presentation from Amalia Sari for Friday Sharing Session at Juara Idea Agency, Jakarta Indonesia

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  • 1. Beach! Beach! Beach! "
  • 2. Let’s make it simple Start with our nation Indonesia "
  • 3. Indonesia Beaches form the second largest shoreline in the world, measuring 54,716 km "
  • 4. • Indonesia comprises 17,508 islands • Indonesia's size, tropical climate, and archipelagic geography, support the world's second highest level of biodiversity (after Brazil),and its flora and fauna is a mixture of Asian and Australasian species. "
  • 5. • Bunaken at the northern tip of Sulawesi, claims to have seven times more genera of coral than Hawaii, and has more than 70% of all the known fish species of the Indo-Western Pacific. • Moreover, there are over 3,500 species living in Indonesian waters, including sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles, morays, cuttlefish, octopus and scorpionfish, compared to 1,500 on the Great Barrier Reef and 600 in the Red Sea. • Tulamben Bay in Bali boasts the wreck of the 120 meter (400 ft) US Army commissioned transport vessel, the Liberty. divers. • The Coral Triangle is the heart of the world's coral reef biodiversity, making Raja Ampat quite possibly the richest coral reef ecosystems in the world. "
  • 6. Sumatra Beaches & Sea •Nias - Sorake Bay – (International Surf Spot) Nias is an internationally famous surfing destination already being a hippy trail since 1960’s "
  • 7. •Cubadak - West Sumatra Great International Diving Spot & •Sikuai - West Sumatra white sand beaches Great International Diving Spot & white sand beaches "
  • 8. Java Beaches & Sea •
Peucang,
West
Java
 One
of
the
entry
point
to
Ujung
Kulon,
The
 na6onal
park
is
best
known
as
the
last
refuge
of
 the
one‐horned
Javan
rhinoceros
 • Karimun Jawa, Central Java Located at Jepara Central Java. It’s national park, a home for the corals & many habitats "
  • 9. •Batu
Karas
‐
Ciamis
 •Ujung Genteng, Sukabumi Interna6onal
Surf
Spot
 International surf spot "
  • 10. •Grajagan
,Banyuwangi
 •Sukamade
,Banyuwangi
East
java
 East
java
 The
Unique
Turtle
Beach
 Interna6onal
Surfers
Spot
 "
  • 11. Kalimantan Beaches & Sea •
Sangalaki
‐
Derawan
‐
Maratua
Islands
East
Kalimantan
 Dive
spot
&
corral
reef

 "
  • 12. Sumbawa (NTB) Beaches & Sea •
Hu’u/Lakey
–
Dompu
 Sumbawa
Besar
 Interna6onal
Surf
 Spot/Compe66on
&
 corral
reef
 "
  • 13. •
Nihiwatu–
Sumba
 Interna6onal
Surf
Spot/ Compe66on
 "
  • 14. Sulawesi Beaches & Sea •
Samalona
Beach‐
South
Sulawesi
 Remote
quiet
beach

 "
  • 15. •Bira
Beach‐
South
Sulawesi
 Remote
quiet
beach

 Dive
spot,
corral


 "
  • 16. •Pulisan
Beach‐
North
Sulawesi
 Remote
quiet
beach

 Dive
spot,
corral


 "
  • 17. •Wakatobi
Islands‐
South
East
Sulawesi
 The Tukang Besi Islands ( WAKATOBI ISLANDS ) There are five main inhabited islands — Wanci, Kambode, Kaledupa, Tomia and Binongko — The chain of islands is adjacent to one of the largest and most biologically diverse coral reef systems in Indonesia. In July 1996 the Tukang Besi Archipelago was declared a Marine National Park by the Directorate General of Forest Protection and Nature. The Wakatobi Marine National Park includes all the reefs and islands in the archipelago and covers 1.39 million hectares (13 900 km2), which make it the second largest designated marine protected area in Indonesia (Stanzel and Newman 1997). "
  • 18. Papua Beaches & Sea •
Raja
Ampat
–
West
Papua
 Remote
quiet
beach

 Located in the Coral Triangle, the heart of the world’s coral reef biodiversity, the seas around Raja Ampat possibly hold the richest variety of species in the world. The area’s massive coral colonies show that its reefs are resistant to threats like coral bleaching and disease —threats that now jeopardize the survival of corals around the world. In addition, Raja Ampat’s strong ocean currents sweep coral larvae across the Indian and Pacific Oceans to replenish other reef ecosystems. Raja Ampat’s coral diversity, resilience to threats, and ability to replenish reefs make it a global priority for marine protection. "
  • 19. •
Raja
Ampat

 West
Papua
 "
  • 20. •
Raja
Ampat
–
West
Papua
 "
  • 21. We only go to Bali, Lombok etc there’s more of Indonesia’s beaches we can explore. "
  • 22. Thank
you,

 let’s
pack
&
go
to
the
beach!
 " a
sharing
session
for
Juara
Idea
Agency
2009
from
Amalia