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Review – Luwansa Beach Resort Komodo


I stayed at Luwansa Beach Resort Komodo – Labuan Bajo for few days. Surrounded by thick forest, this 4-star resort is a perfect place to spend some quality time. It is just 20 minutes drive from the Labauan Bajo airport. The hotel provides the pick-up and drop facility for the guests.

What impressed me most is their Komodo Bar, which provides some delectable local and international cuisines alike. Their staff is very polite and always in a mood to make you comfortable and happy. Situated right across the Pede beach, Komodo Bar is opened from 7am to 10pm.

Talking about the Pede beach, it was just ok. The beach was not among the cleanest ones and so uninviting.

Regarding accommodation, the resort has Deluxe Twin & Deluxe King rooms and Villas.

Their villas are more comfy and spacious compared to deluxe rooms.

Their service and facilities include Wi-Fi and free Local Shuttle Service.

















All the images were taken by a Xiaomi Mi 4.


6 comments on “Review – Luwansa Beach Resort Komodo

  1. Streets of Nuremberg
    June 1, 2016

    Looks very inviting! Would love to be there now! Thanks for sharing!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. the bad indian wife
    June 7, 2016

    Any dragons?


  3. Aruna Parab
    June 21, 2016

    Can’t believe photos are taken from mobile phone!!

    Liked by 1 person

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