Hotels In West Papua
Grand Papua Hotel Fakfak
Papua Grand Hotel is the only hotel with international standard facilities in the city Fakfak, West Papua Grand papua hotel facilities include restaurant, pub and karaoke, Wi-Fi area, business center, laundry and dry cleaners, craft and souvenir shop, Minimarket, booking airline tickets, car rental, tourist guides, conference room, ballroom.
Mansinam Beach Resort
Located in front of Mansinam Island, Mansinam Beach Resort was built in the beginning of 2007, with 45 rooms, ballroom, restaurant, 3 meeting rooms and seacafe. Mansinam is the only one resort hotel equipped with marina square facilities like banana boat, jet ski, speed boat and diving center. Mansinam Beach Resort is exist to meet local or international visitors needs of fantastic views and sense of uncomparable foods.
The Luxio Hotel & Resort
The only building with a resort concept in Sorong, a 10-minute drive from / to the DEO Airport, offer modern comfort with free Wi-Fi high-speed access throughout the hotel. The hotel has the largest green park with jogging this area also offers a free shuttle service to the airport. The Luxio Hotel & Resort is a 10-minute drive to downtown and 15 minutes drive from / to the ferry port, where you can take a fast boat for 2 hours to the islands of Raja Ampat.
We are the first international four-star hotel in Manokwari, West Papua. Business and leisure travelers alike will love what we have to offer! Centrally located in this beautiful city, we are just eight minutes away from the airport and conveniently positioned above a department store, supermarket, and other entertainment options. We also enjoy easy access to the central business district and various tourist attractions. With our focus on quality service and comfortable living, we offer all the luxury and facilities that will make your accommodation in Manokwari an enjoyable one. Each of our 92 comfortable rooms is fully outfitted with an array of convenient amenities to guarantee you a tranquil stay.
Tanjung Kasuari beach is located in Sorong city, West Papua. This tourism object is becomes one of the most visited tourism objects in Sorong and it has been visited almost everyday. It located around 7Km from down town of Sorong city, and it can be reach by using private vehicle or public transportation. The nuance in this beach is windy and it has white sandy path along the beach, the clear water and coconut trees along the area. It so refreshing and tropical alike. Moreover, the visitors can enjoy the sunset…
Nusrowi Island is located on the west of Rumberpon island, Wondama Bay district. This small island has an area of ??approximately 4 hectares and surrounded by shallow waters and filled with coral reefs and many species of ornamental fish. You can also see other marine commodities like grouper, sea cucumbers and lobsters. In this place you can do your favorite activities such as diving, coral reef observations and fishing; to get to this place from Ransiki to a location, we can use a longboat which takes about 1.5 hours. www.Indonesia-Tourism.com
Fak Fak This district is famous for the agriculture plant of nutmeg, which make this city known as “Kota Pala” or the city of nutmeg. Fakfak regency is one of the oldest cities in Papua, with a high civilization. Historically Fakfak was a significant port town, being one of the few Papuan towns that had relations with the Sultanate of Ternate, being bound to it. The Sultanate later granted the Dutch colonial government permission to settle in Papua, including in Fakfak. The Dutch began the settlement in 1898. The town…
Korowai And Kombai People We are never acknowledge before that West Papua is more surprises than we expected, After Asmat people and The Dani, there are still any other tribe that we can review the uniqueness and the the way they are living among the society. Koroway and Kombai people, are the indigenous tribe who live in Southeastern Papua, Irian Jaya, Indonesia. They are different tribe, but they have similar way of living. Those tribes are living in the same way, which in up to the top of the trees.…