Category: Bengkulu

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Rat Island

Located just 10 Kilometers from the city of Bengkulu, in the western part of Sumatera, Pulau Tikus or Rat Island is one of the primary marine tourism destinations in the area. This small, coral…

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Bengkulu Museum

The Museum of a city is most often an inextricable part of the city’s history and culture. As a province and city once colonized by the British, Bengkulu holds the heritage of various cultures…

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Long Beach of Bengkulu

Pantai Panjang, translated to mean Long Beach, boasts a coastline of fine, white sands that stretches 7 kilometers. As the beach has no reefs, its width expands to 500 meters when the tide is…

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Fort Marlborough

The British East India Company built the fort between 1713–1719. In 1714 Governor Collett obtained permission to build a new fort in Bencoolen. He named the new fort, which he built two miles from…