Manado North Sulawesi in a Glimpse
North Sulawesi is one of Indonesia’s popular destinations. It has magnificent coral reefs protecting virgin white beaches, mountains and active volcanos, as well as jungle with indigenous and rare flora and fauna. It is a land of vast coconut plantations fringed along the coastline, which is why the area is also known as “Bumi Nyiur Melambai” or “The Land of Waving Coconut Palms.”
North Sulawesi has lots of tourism destinations in a relatively condensed space. There are Bunaken, Bitung Island , Lembeh Island and Lembeh Strait where you can dive in one of world’s best coral reefs, Tomohon, a beautiful mountain for you to climb, Tangkoko-Batuangas Dua Saudara Natural Reserve, Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park for you who want to experience wild life. Ant there is Tondano Lake for you who want to hike and enjoy beautiful panorama.
Manado, the capital city of North Sulawesi is also has lot to offers you can visit Ban Hin Kiong Temple, the oldest Buddhist temple in east Indonesia that dated back to19th century; Wolter Monginsidi & Pierre Tendean Monument with its panoramic view of the bay. Museum Negeri Propinsi Sulawesi Utara, a Provincial Museum that houses displays of the four ethnic groups inhabiting North Sulawesi, as well as the Batak Tribe (West Sumatra), Lombok, Bali, Central Sulawesi and Papua as well as historical artifacts from the Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese and Swedish. There is also Wenang Golf Course, a nine-hole course, located on the road from Manado to the international airport .
In short, North Sulawesi provides spectacular natural beauty and cultural richness that can be easily accessed and enjoyed and if you need Hotel in Menado, click here