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it's a good feeling to be here, since Indonesia is a huge country contains of thousands island, and you step to the 0KM, which is starting point from the west part of country.
cons : far, rural road, strong wind coming from open sea.
The road into this place is not good, we must walking short way but it’s worth it... this place is zero KM in Indonesia, you can see on map... great for spot photo if you come to aceh... from aceh you can use fast boat...More
If you are on the island of Weh, you should definitely make a trip to this place. It's the northernmost island of Indonesia and this is the tip. There's an odd monument to designate the spot, made of concrete and rebar that is falling apart....More
One of the landmark of Indonesia. Basically the westernmost part of the country. Came here by renting a bike from Iboih. Took about 30 minutes to get here but the road was under maintenance in some part. Good spot for selfie or wefie. Well, that's...More
With the scenery of sea and cliff, it is the best spot for sunset picture, even if u want to get sunrise picture u can capture it from here too since this place's east and west side don't have any blockage. Extra bonus, if u...More
We stayed in Banda Aceh. The guide Rudi pick up us at the hotel around 7am then we went to Ulee Lhuee harbor, took the fast ferry to Pulau Weh Sabang (more less 1hr ride). The other guide Andi pick us up at the harbor...More
Rent a bike for several days... that's how we reached this place.
This monument is about 30mins of motorbike riding, otherwise you'll need someone else to get you there (since I don't see any public transportation reached this place).
Beside the monument itself, I can...More
We hired motorbikes and rode out here on the Friday morning during our stay. Diving is not allowed on Friday mornings so there wasn't much else to do: hiring bikes seemed like the logical option. The monument itself has a nice view out over the...More