Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Tanjung Ringgit, and Tanjung Perak Tanjung China. East Lombok
Ringgit Cape Coast region, and Tanjung Perak Tanjung China is a coastal region that is located at the South end of East Lombok regency, precisely located in the subdistrict and village Jerowaru Pemongkong.
Tanjung Ringgit, and Tanjung Perak Tanjung China is a region of high berdataran beach / hill with a topography of steep cliffs. This area can be achieved with about 30 minutes travel time from the village center or approximately 2.5 hours from the airport around and is approximately ± 90 km. Tanjung Ringgit, Tanjung Perak Tanjung Chinese and overlooking the beach with other shades, because of this location can be seen panoramic Ocean Indonesia or known by the Indian Ocean.
From the height of the topography of the cliff that is owned. The cliffs are an attractive natural scenery to be enjoyed, as well as the exotic structure as a result of natural formation, but also the constituent rock texture has an attractive color gradations.
In addition to its natural panorama, the area of Tanjung Ringgit, and Tanjung Perak Tanjung China has other objects which can be used as a tourist destination.
Around the Cape of Ringgit have a series of caves relic of Japan, as traces of the landing of Japanese in World War II around the year 1942. At that time the Japanese landed in the area of Tanjung Ringgit Pemongkong and control the surrounding area, to face the allied attack. Japanese soldiers and building an underground caves around the region as a defense, which until now underground channels and caves are still there, and known as Goa Japanese / Tangsi.
In addition to Japanese cave there are also other historical relics of the Japanese cannon, the cannon is also a trail of World War II who placed overlooking the Indian Ocean aimed to attack the allied soldiers who will go into the area. Japanese cannon has a length of 5 meters, with an outside diameter 27cm, internal diameter of 16 cm and 50 cm around the rear.