Surfing on Plengkung beach

Surfing Adventures in Indonesia

Hanging around Batu Karas, the conversation tends to drift to surfing in Indonesia, and the legendary surf adventures Indonesia has to offer. Here are the top 10 surf spots in Indonesia everyone seems to be talking about. Everyone has their own story of a particularly long ride in a perfect tube, or an almost romantic[…]

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Panaitan island, Ujung Kulon

Surfing Paradise, The Panaitan Island

Panaitan Surfing Panaitan Island is part of Ujung Kulon National Park, West Java. The island is uninhabited and has a dense forest that becomes home to many animals such as deer, wild boar, monkey, python, birds, several species of crocodiles and giant lizards. However, some ancient Hindu statue which sits atop the Mount Raksa indicates[…]

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G-land Surfing

G-Land : Plengkung Beach, A Paradise For Surfers

G Land Surfing Plengkung beach or known by surfers as the G-Land is a paradise for surfers from around the world. G derived from the word Grajagan, the name of a bay that has the big waves in Banyuwangi, East Java and located in deep inside the lowland tropical rain forest of the Alas Purwo[…]

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Balangan Beach

Holidays in Bali, Only For Surfers!

Sometimes, it is very difficult to find a perfect spot for surfing, especially when you come for the first time and do not know the area very well. Surviving while traveling In one way or another, aside from the business purpose that some travelers pursue, traveling is known to be one outlet for the adventurous[…]

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Surfing on balangan beach, Bali

The Secluded Balangan Beach And It’s Long Left Hander Surf Breaks

For avid and intrepid wave riders, the Bukit Peninsula area of Bali is the Promised Land bedazzled with ravishing ocean tides and unspoiled beaches. Among these, Balangan beach is one of its best kept secret that was once only shared among surfers. Ranked 1st in CNN Go’s “Bali’s best 5 hidden beaches” released on January 2012, this secluded[…]

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Uluwatu, best place for surfing

Uluwatu, The Most Famous Wave Of Bali

Uluwatu is the most famous wave of Bali. There is always some swell here so it’s also always crowded. The spot offers several waves which are working with different swells and tides: The Peak: best at mid and high tide. Closes out at low tide. In front of the cave. it’s the most consistant. Short[…]

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Plengkung, The Surfing Beach in Banyuwangi

G-land, The Best Surfing Sites!

Indonesia is most proud of the Plengkung Beach at the eastern tip of Java Island. Aside from its enchanting natural beauty, the long curving coast line here is recognized as one of the best surfing sites on the face of the earth. More familiarly known  among world’s renowned international surfers as G-Land, the beach, located in the Banyuwangi Regency, is[…]

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Tanjung Setia Beach, Lampung

An Enchanting Hidden Paradise, Tanjung Setia Beach

Secluded along the western coast of Lampung, beyond the thick forests of the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park lies an enchanting hidden paradise called Tanjung Setia Beach. Although obscured from spotlights, the waves at Tanjung Setia are touted as among the world’s best by surfers from all over the globe, and at par with the world famous surf of Hawaii. Located some 273[…]

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Surfing on the Kampar River

Surfing Kampar River’s, Stunning Bono Tidal Bore

Only recently discovered by the international tidal river surfing community, the Bono Tidal Bore by the estuary of the Kampar river in the Riau Province is drawing surfing communities from around the world to this amazing Indonesian pororoca. In February 2013, tidal bore surfer champion Steve King, who already holds two world records for long distance[…]

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Ekas bay, East Lombok

Ekas Bay : Riding A New Wave Of Popularity

Once a refuge solely for the adventurous surfer, Ekas Bay has evolved into a well rounded beach destination for ultimate escapism. Tucked away in the far southeast corner, Ekas Bay is right up there with Lombok’s very best natural beauty spots. This is the island’s largest natural bay and a well known surfing destination. It[…]

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