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Flores, Pink Beach, Komodo Island

Flores, Pink Beach, Komodo Island


Pink Beach is one of the famous tourist destinations in Komodo National Park, featured by the beautiful white sandy beach, amazing underwater life and stunning panorama surrounding area.

The sand beach is derived from small red sand which spread out to the beach area. Hence, this beach is popular by pink beach or Pantai Merah, where the local people mention it. The sand appears pink because it is a mixture of white sand and red sand, formed from pieces of Foraminifera.

This beautiful beach is just located in a small land with dry hill in back of the beach of it. It owns the beautiful coral with clear seawater that make it as an ideal place for snorkeling in this park.

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