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Cruises visiting Badas & all Badas cruises for  2019

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Badas is a district of the north coast of the island of Sumbawa, in the Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara. Sumbawa lies between Lombok to the west and Flores to the east. Ships tender to the bay at Badas, that faces the Java Sea. There are two islands off the coast: the small Medang and large Moyo. The bay, frequented by fishing boats, is about five kilometres from the inland town of Sumbawa Besar (pop.56,000). Visitors will be fascinated with the local culture and architecture.

The former palace Dalam Loka was built in 1885 on 99 columns without a single nail. The palace was renovated in the 1980s and is used as a museum and for various cultural events today. The largest mosque of Sumbawa Besar stands beside the palace. The Balai Kuning (The Yellow House) was built in 1932 by the Dutch: a tall administration building in a European half-timbered style. It is inside a parj with entrance gate, old canons, deer and horses. It houses a past sultan’s treasure, including the ceremonial dagger(keris), Crown, Spear the Sultan Clothes and other objects. Wisma Praja (Government House) was built by the Dutch in 1932 as a palace for the Sultan.

Poto is a village about 12 km from Sumbawa Besar to the east that is known for its traditional architecture and weaving (ikat). Visit nearby Pamulung Village and see a traditional water buffalo race in as padi field, rice pounding, and beautiful weaving. Get to mix with friendly locals, wander around their houses, look for traditional dress and dance. Seventy kilometres to the ENE is Tambora volcano (2850m), known for its major eruption in 1815, one of the most powerful of all time, ejecting 150 cubic kilometres of ash and debris into the atmosphere. The eruption killed up to 71,000 people and triggered a period of global cooling known as the "Year Without a Summer" in 1816.

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