Pangkalpinang is the capital city of the Bangka Belitung Islands province in Indonesia, known for its beautiful beaches, rich culture, and delicious local cuisine. Discover the hidden gem of Pangkalpinang! From the stunning Pasir Padi Beach to the cultural attractions like the Bangka Botanical Garden, there's something for everyone to explore in this charming city.

Bangka Botanical Garden

Experience a tranquil escape into nature at Bangka Botanical Garden, a breathtaking oasis filled with lush greenery and exotic plants. Take a leisurely stroll through the gardens, breathe in the fresh air, and discover the beauty of Bangka Island's flora and fauna.
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Kaolin Lake

The lake is famous for its unique and striking turquoise blue color, which is a result of the presence of kaolin, a type of white clay that is abundant in the area. The lake is surrounded by tall white cliffs, which provide a stunning contrast to the blue waters.
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Museum Timah

Step into the rich history of Bangka Island's tin mining industry at Museum Timah Pangkalpinang. From the early days of traditional mining to modern techniques, explore the fascinating journey of tin production and its impact on the island's economy and culture.
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Parai Beach Sungailiat

There are a lots of choices & beautiful beaches, such as : Matras Beach, Parai Beach, Tanjung Pesona,Tongachi Beach. Escape to paradise at Parai Beach Sungailiat and bask in the stunning natural beauty of its crystal-clear waters and pristine white sand.  All can be reached within 30 minutes from Hotel.
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Pasir Padi Beach

The beach is known for its picturesque scenery, pristine waters, and golden sands. It is a great destination for tourists who want to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The beach is also a popular spot for water sports activities such as swimming, snorkeling, and jet skiing.
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Wilhelmina Park

The park is named after Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, who ruled over Indonesia during the Dutch colonial period. The park features several attractions, including a large fountain, a jogging track, and a children's playground.
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