Ende’s Wonderful Kelimutu
Ende is home to the magnificent Mount Kelimutu and its 3-coloured crater lakes. Ende is also the site to the house of Indonesia’s first President, Soekarno, who lived there during his exile. Take your time to discover all the riches that Ende has to offer; there are plenty of traditional villages to see like Jopu and Tenda, as well as the Blikon Blewut Museum that houses various displays of art and daily life. The Museum is linked to activities of the international order of the Societas Verbi Divini (SVD) in the early 20th century, also named the Divine World Missionaries. It is situated on the campus of an eminent Roman Catholic institute. At Watublapi, you’ll get a chance to see the intricate weaving process of the traditional Ikat cloth and cultural dance. You could also visit a fishing village called Wuring as well as the local market and art market to take some photos, buy souvenirs and handicrafts. *Photo by Oyi Kresnamurti
Best of Flores – Flores Plus Magazine
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In this section, you’ll find interesting tips and articles on everything Flores related over a wide range of topics including culture in Flores, people of Flores, destinations in Flores including the Komodo National Park, wildlife in Flores including the Komodo Dragons, diving and snorkeling in Flores, sailing around Flores, dining in Flores, accommodations in Flores, shopping in Flores and so much more. Flores Plus is part of the PT. Trijaya Dewata family, a premier publishing and media brand in Bali and Indonesia. Established in 1996, it has decades of experience with multiple titles in three languages published over the years. With the launch of Flores Plus, the company now will lead the way as one of the pioneers of tourist media in Flores and Komodo. Available now in English and soon in Japanese, the magazine has a strong online presence and engagement via its website, daily e-newsletters and social media platforms which are updated daily.