NYIUR MELAMBAI BEACH
Beach Nyiur Melambai, East Belitung, or better known as Lalang Beach because it is located in the village of the same name, Lalang Village. This beach location is in the southwest of the ruins of Oliepier, East Manggar Belitung City, estimate about 1.5 kilometers if pulled in a straight line. Nyiur Beach Area Waving this is what I have apparently seen on the late afternoon twilight the previous day, some time after leaving the House of Regent’s Office in the area of Bukit Samak. At that time the available time is not possible to go down to the beach. When entering the area Nyiur Beach Waving seen there are crowds around a large open stage with a powerful loudspeaker. Apparently there was a festival going on, which I unfortunately missed because the attention was more on its beach, and forgotten after leaving it. Cars are parked under the lush pine trees that are often found on the shoreline. Nearby there are quite a few simple stalls offering young coconut and other beverage food for walkers. The white sand beach had greeted when it got off the car, mingling with the less fertile green grass. Stepping to the shoreline I was greeted with strong winds that blowed after one after another. An interesting sight on the shores of Nyiur Beach Waving, a row of small logs, similar to what I saw in the Bugis Fisherman’s Village in Tanjung Binga, formed into a kind of railroad track. Strong winds made the branches and leaves of pine trees waving as if to say hello. For some reason his name is not Pantai Cemara Waving, because I see more pine trees on the shore than the coconut tree. Walking near the water border Nyiur Beach Waving Lalang, because then I can see the painting of a long line that ditoreh sea waves that hit the sand. Without getting closer to the shoreline, it will only be seen a sprawling white sandy beach landscape, as the long stretch of sea water swoops downward to form like a canyon, so it will not be seen from afar. Bright wind, and the ongoing festival, making the edge of Nyiur Beach Waving Lalang looks empty. Quiet. Lucky the sky is clean. Backs to the beach will be seen in the parking area of the vehicle, with the stalls on the left side, and the children’s playground on the right. The other side of Nyiur Beach Waving Lalang Belitung East with long incision of the same sea water hempasan. Perhaps because the very wide beach lips make residents do not feel the need to make a breakwater embankment for coastal abrasion did not happen. The beach is plainly seamless, not seen at all large granite rocks along the coastline, as is commonly found on the northern coast of Belitung Island. Nyiur Beach Waving Lalang directly facing the Java Sea, and in certain months bring a strong wind that can force the fishermen not to go fishing for fish. Satisfied to see, I also walk away from the edge of the beach with the wind is still blowing hard. Had stopped for a moment to a shop to greet the mother of the shop and wet the throat.
- This beach location is to the southwest of the ruins of Oliepier, Manggar City, East Belitung. The distance taken to get to this beach about 1.5 km from the capital of East Belitung regency, Manggar. The access road to the beach is also very nice.
- From the center of East Belitung or Manggar can use ojek to go Nyiur Melambai Beach with tariff around Rp. 10,000 per person.
- You can use two-wheeled vehicles or four wheels, or rent a car.
- Food stalls
- Parking area
- Beach volleyball court