Pulo Weh

10 Dec 2018 - 11 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Pulo Weh?

9.8
Backpackers
9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.3
Green Travellers
8.2
Adventure Travellers
6.7
Family Travellers
Member reviews (4)
Yuna Gena
Yuna GenaSamarinda
06/09/2016

The mark of he most west island of Indonesia Achipelago. Pulau Weh offers a lot of things that someone could ever dream about spending time in an island with beaches and sands; from beautiful and less crowd beaches, various spots for snorkeling and diving, and many other water activities. Moreover, it also is suitable for someone who loves spending time for relaxation and less noisy environment near water, with a glass or two tasty and famous local coffees. Indeed a little island that would be a miss to miss while visiting Indonesia.

Florencia Libertus
Florencia LibertusJakarta
10/08/2014

Went to this beautiful island on May 2014. I wish i could spend a whole month, really...

Lantikawati
LantikawatiYogyakarta
06/01/2017

Pulau Weh is one of the best snorkeling and diving destinations in Southeast Asia. Pulau Weh is still the Pulau Weh (or Weh Island or Sabang) that we remember; the coral reefs, the scenery, the atmosphere and its friendly people. There is so much more to this island than diving; fishing, nature, sceneries, atmosphere and much more. Ask any of the many travelers who stay month after month and still come back for more all the time. Iboihs, Gapang, Sumur Tiga and Sabang Town are all interesting, relaxing and popular amongst foreign visitors. Western tourists have come to use the geographical name Pulau Weh or Weh Island. Indonesians normally use the administrative name, i.e. Sabang. It can be confusing when you ask for directions. Source : http://www.sumatraecotourism.com/pulauweh/index.html

Endi Hamid
Endi HamidJakarta
02/11/2011

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