Semak Daun Island, Kepulauan Seribu, Indonesian

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Welcome to my beautiful place!

Firstly, i wanna share about Semak Daun Island. Semak Daun is one of the islands in the Thousands Islands. It has  some spectacular coral, a few young mangroves and a lovely white sandy beach. I  love this spot when i have to see some coral or play with waves. I’ve visited four days ago.

It is a practically deserted tropical island roughly the size of a large football field.  Because, this is one of the little island in the Thousand Islands. But, if you want  take a bath after you were swimming, snorkeling etc, probably you will shocked because you can not found fresh water but you will take a bath with sea water and really salty 😛 , but do not be afraid, you can take a bath with fresh water  and you can buy fresh water and pay five thousand rupiah for 1 littre 😀 .

You can access this island from other islands in the Pulau Seribu area (Thousand Islands), such as Pulau Pramuka (Pramuka Island) which is the capital island of Pulau Seribu regency. Just hire a small boat for the day for a few hundred thousand rupiah.

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This place is perfect to relax, swimming, snorkeling, camping, diving and see some coral and sea grass. I love this place so much. Bring your own drinks and water, but please, take them off the island as well. Please keep cleanliness… Happy weekend 😀

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