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Indonesia’s Glorious Pink Beach

One of the most important tourist spots of Komodo Island is its glorious pink beach.


I will recommend you to first make a trip to Komodo National Park before visiting this amazing and unique beach situated west of Flores island in East Nusatenggara.


The beach is named as Pink beach due to its appearance. It looks pink due to amalgamation of white sand combined with red sand, formed from pieces of Foraminifera.

The beach is also known as Red Beach.




Upon your arrival, enjoy swimming here as it will literally make you feel like a fish. It is a perfect place for snorkeling due to crystal-clear water and colorful coral reefs. During my trip, I found many local people enjoying barbecue and listening to popular Hindi film songs. 🙂



Amazing views of clear seas, green rolling hills and blue skies can make your trip absolutely memorable.





I was in no mood to leave this glorious beach, but unfortunately I had to.

How to reach here: One can reach here through a speedboat, which you can hire at the Labuano Bajo port. And don’t forget to carry water bottle and sunscreen lotion before visiting this place !

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13 comments on “Indonesia’s Glorious Pink Beach

  1. Sudhir Chauhan
    September 23, 2016


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  2. Streets of Nuremberg
    September 23, 2016

    Great images, the water looks so inviting!

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  3. kris
    September 24, 2016

    Very nice and I should get there on my next visit to Indonesia. Loved Bali and counting days…

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  4. Sreejith Vijayakumar
    September 24, 2016

    This is incredible….wow

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  5. reocochran
    September 25, 2016

    So amazing to see this pink tint! Smiles, Robin

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    September 26, 2016

    Is it really pink? I have read abt it earlier but cudnt believe!

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  7. Nidhi D Bruce
    October 1, 2016

    Great pictures – and the pink beach looks exactly the sort of place where one would like to splash around.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Deepak Acharya
    October 3, 2016

    Then go and explore and come back with lots of memories 🙂


  9. Ano in Tokyo
    November 21, 2016

    Been there two months ago! It’s really beautiful! I’m thinking about making a post of it later. Great pictures by the way!

    Liked by 1 person

  10. iamandyna
    December 19, 2016

    Hello from Indonesia. I went to that Pink Beach around April last year. The more it gets to sunset time, the more it looks pinkish. :))

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