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Who knows Labuan Bajo, a busy tourism center on the western most tip of Flores Island, was once a small fishing village. Labuan Bajo is, now, a seaside town full of joy and wonder. Lots of tourists come in and out of this gateway town to Komodo National Park. Being the main gate to the house of dragons, Labuan Bajo keeps lots of wondrous and romantic resorts. Among them, there are the top 10 ho…

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For all of you who love eating fish, it is always nice to find these delicacies when you are on holiday. It is even better when you can get them as fresh as possible. Of course, the only way to do so is when you are around the harbor area and at fish markets. If you happen to be in Flores, then you can enjoy all about Labuan Bajo Fish Market.

Labuan Bajo is more than just a harbor. It is…

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Scuba divers who visit Komodo National usually use wooden boats to take them to their destinations. However, based our experience, it’s not the best option. Therefore we recommend using speedboat instead. There are some good reasons why taking speedboat is better than wooden boats.

Speedboats are a lot faster, thus saving a lot of your time

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You may not have heard about Padar Island, but it is close to Komodo Island. In fact, Padar Island is a part of Komodo National Park, along with Komodo Island, Rinca Island, and 26 smaller islands. Padar Island is the third largest island in the Komodo National Park, after the Komodo and Rinca. Although Padar Island is not as famous as Komodo or Rinca, it is not less beautiful than the two.

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Are you a big fan of outdoor adventures? Are you always keen on exploring new places, even the most challenging ones? If the answer to both questions is ‘yes', then it is time for you get to know all about Batu Cermin Cave. If you are also not a claustrophobic, then this can be your next destination.

What can we say about Batu Cermin Cave? Starting from the name itself, ‘Batu’ means “roc…