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Cruises visiting Parai Beach & all Parai Beach cruises for  2019

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Parai Beach is a small resort haven on Bangka Island, adjacent to Belitung Island, off the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The islands are in the South China Sea, mid-way between Jakarta and Singapore. Historically known for tin mining (the name Belitung being preserved in the world’s largest mining company BHP Billiton), these days it is the beautiful white sand beach that is of utmost importance to visitors. Set between rocky capes, the 3km long and 30m wide beach is an ideal location for both relaxing and swimming. Needless to say, both snorkelling and scuba diving are also on offer.

The resort here has bungalows and pools, but for the visitor stroll along the beaches and clamber over the smooth rocky outcrops. There’s an adjacent 200m jetty stretching into the still shallow waters, a placid blue seascape. Local fishermen moor their vessels here after a day of fishing, giving the beach the picturesque feel of a fishing village, so be sure to taste the seafood and absorb the local culture. Ten kilometres down the road is Sungai Liat, the second largest town on Bangka island, which has been nationally honoured for its Clean City status.

Get to Sungai Liat by local transport, and observe a variety of Indonesian life-styles on the way. Visit the round three-tiered Buddhist temple Padepokan Puri Tri Agung; the Catholic shrine Gua Maria; and Buddhist monasteries Vihara Bukit Fathin and Vihara Dewi Kuan Yin; alongside Muslim mosques. Near the sea see illegal tin mining among plantations of oil-palm and cocoa. The country is the world’s largest producer of tin. Bangka is reputedly the setting for Joseph Conrad’s book Lord Jim.

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