Lucy’s Guest House

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Tria Maria Cottage

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Dragon Hotel

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Grand Vilia Hotel

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Nirun Beach

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Masbait Hill

This highest point on Kei Kecil Island is a religious tourism destination that is often visited by Catholics and Christians and is often used as the location of a crossroads procession. Located in the village of Kelanit, the hill of Masbait can be reached 30 minutes from downtown Langgur. At the top of the hill […]

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Yer Teran Ratut (YTR)

Only 20 minutes drives from Langgur, Letman Village offer a beautiful rock island named Yer Teran Ratut or better know as YTR is “A thousand island shells” in English. On this island there is a tower that can be used to enjoy the beauty of the small islands surrounded complete with the turquoise sea water. A cafe and Traditional flying fox is also provided here. To explore the small island, the caretaker provide banana boat which can be rent by visitor.

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Hoko Waterfall

Locatated in Hoko Village Kei Besar island, this waterfall can be reach by taking a speedboat from Watdek to Elat town and continue to Hoko by motorcycle or car. For those who want to enjoy nature beauty Hoko waterfall is higly recommended, because of its fresh and clear water, also the gurgling water which is very riveting. Another uniqueness is the stones making up the waterfall is not too high so that tourists can jump and can swim on the the nature pond under the falls.

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Pantai Ngur Vat Namsir – Wab

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Ohoidertawun Beach

Ohoidertawun beach is especially attractive. The sheleter and homestay cottages on the beach are available at acharming beach side café. The water here is extremely shallow: at low tide the sea retreats to the horizon, exposing hundreds of square metres of Kei’s famous white sand. A short walk (or a canoe trip, depending on the tide), from the far end of the beach you can see some mysterious figures and symbols painted in red on the cliff face overhanging the water.

The image sit high above the water; one can make out some that resemble human eyes and figura, animals, and a canoe. The local villagers do not know who drew these pictures, nor what they mean, nearby are some caves, one of whics is considered sacred, and is called vid Nit, or the door of death.

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