Trikora Beach

Trikora beach is a beach located in Malang Rapat village, Gunung Kijang sub-District, or about 45 kilometers to the east of the center of Tanjung Pinang town. For people live in Tanjung Pinang which actually is the capital of Riau Islands must already know this beach. The beach is composed of four sections namely Trikora Beach one, two, three and four. Trikora Beach three is also known as Trikot Beach and is the most visited part by tourists. The beach itself is an asset of Sampoerna Hotel located in the town of Tanjung Pinang.

Trikora Beach offers an atmosphere and natural beauty that are so captivating. This beach has a coastline of 25 kilometers which is overgrown by coconut trees and mangroves. The exoticism is completed by with gentle enough clean white sand and combined with collection of large stones arranged naturally in coastal areas as a beautiful natural décor. Large stones are also great place for you who like fishing.

In addition, you are also allowed to snorkel or rent a tire to play and swim at the beach with friends that of course it would be also exciting. Such as coastal areas in general, around the coast there are also plenty of places to eat and drink you can visit as well as some cottages for those who want to stay overnight.

How to get there :
To be able to reach Trikora beach, start from Tanjungpinang is relatively easy because the road conditions are relatively smooth (the asphalt). For the record, there is no public transportation serving the route to Trikora Beach. So, it better to use a private vehicle or rental car.

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