Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Pelabuhan Ratu, Tourism in Sukabumi That You Must Visit



Pelabuhan Ratu is a sub-district in Sukabumi, West Java, which is located on the southern coast of Java Island which directly faces the Indian Ocean. Here there are beach attractions suitable for surfing.

Pelabuhan Ratu is the name of a tourist beach on the coast of the Indian Ocean in the southern part of West Java. This beach has such great waves that it is not suitable for swimming, but it is perfect for surfers.

This beach, which is 60 kilometers from Sukabumi City, has a combination of steep beaches, coral cliffs, forest reserves, and mystical waves.

Palabuhan Ratu is a settlement as well as a sub-district in Sukabumi Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia. It is located on the coast of the Indian Ocean, which is in the southwestern part of the district. Palabuhanratu is the capital of Sukabumi Regency. During the Dutch East Indies era, this area was known as Wijnkoops-baai.

This area is the place where the Great Ulama, Shaykh Abdusshobur (Mama Gunung Sumping) died, a teacher for the ulama of Palabuhanratu and its surroundings, was born in Cisaar Cikidang Village, Died at the Gunung Sumping Islamic Boarding School, Palabuhanratu.

Palabuhan Ratu is also the capital of Sukabumi Regency. During the Dutch East Indies era, this area was known as Wijnkoops-baai.

This beach does have its own charm, so that President Soekarno chose to build his resting place in this area. About 17 kilometers from Pelabuhan Ratu Beach there is a natural hot spring in Cisolok, where the water contains sulfur which is beneficial for skin health.

Pelabuhan Ratu is also the capital of Sukabumi Regency. The beach and sea are often associated with the mythical existence of Nyi Loro Kidul, Ruler of the South Seas, which is believed by most of the surrounding community.

There are at least 9 surfing spots that are quite popular around the Pelabuhan Ratu area, namely Batu Guram, Karang Sari, Samudera Beach, Cimaja, Karang Haji, Sunset Beach, Ombak Tujuh and Ujung Genteng. Each wave has different characteristics.

There is also a museum here. Bojongkokosan Palagan Museum. Sukabumi people's pride museum. Established as a tribute to the war heroes who died in the Bojongkokosan incident, December 9, 1945, namely the war between the Sukabumi fighters and the British and Dutch NICA allied troops, who wanted to re-colonize Indonesia. The location is in Bojongkokosan Village, precisely on Jl. Siliwangi No. 75, Bojongkokosan Village, Parungkuda District, Sukabumi Regency.

However, before the beach is crowded, visitors can enjoy the feel of a beautiful beach, the waves, and the beach breeze. In addition, in the coastal area of ​​Pelabuhan Ratu, you can also rent horses that can be ridden at a cost of around Rp. 15-20 thousand per hour.

The Pelabuhan Ratu area also not only has a beach, there are also hot springs, to be precise in Cipanas. The water is natural straight from the mountain. Usually used for therapy, or other treatment.

If you have the opportunity to visit Pelabuhan Ratu, you can also enjoy a variety of delicious and fresh seafood dishes as a culinary tour.

There are also many inns such as cottages, villas, to hotels such as the Samudera Beach Hotel which is famous for the legend of Nyi Roro Kidul.

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