Labuan Bajo Landmarks

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Labuan Bajo Landmarks

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  • Uphiet K
    Pasuruan, Indonesia246 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of favorite places to watch sunset also the breathtaking view of Labuan Bajo. The track to climb the hill a little bit steep. It need 10-15 minutes to climb. The view is spectacular, and sunset from here is a must to see
    Written 27 December 2020
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  • Haris Manggala
    Flores, Indonesia24 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Learning how to live in the village, group of students from Singapore International School came to Tado as one of their activities in Flores and stayed for a night. The group arrived in Kamput Pusut, received traditionally and the students from SDK Pusut performed a traditional dance called Rangkuk Alu. The students also tried this dance directly. After the activity was finished, had lunch together that had been prepared by the group of Moms.
    At Tado, students stayed at homestays in Kamput Pusut. They are divided into several available houses. Besides staying overnight, students also take part in activities that are routinely carried out by the homestay owner's family, such as feeding buffalo, cooking corn, looking at the garden, and preparing meals for dinner.
    In the afternoon students along with local guides walked around the village, besides seeing the surrounding atmosphere, they also saw traditional works in several houses such as making songke, making pots from clay, and making mats from pandan (woven pandan).
    The next morning before leaving the village, the students gave gifts that they had already given to the families of each homestay they lived in. Such as coloring equipment, dolls, badminton equipment, and snacks. Then students trek to Golo Wesa Hill to see rice fields that resemble spiderwebs (lingko). Where lingko is a traditional way of sharing land for the community. During the trekking participants also saw and learned about the existing flora and fauna. After trekking with hot weather, students enjoy coconut drinks.
    Written 22 February 2019
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  • Schwaa
    St. Petersburg, FL16 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Board walk along the water, away from all the buildings and scooters. It’s a dead end at the pavilion, but a nice walk to get away
    Written 23 May 2023
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