Pasir Putih Beach

         Finally i'm back after a very very very very very long time not posting (ha! drama!). It's already the end of march ...


         Finally i'm back after a very very very very very long time not posting (ha! drama!). It's already the end of march 2018 and i still haven't finished my NTT trip post series from June last year (what a big procrastinator i am). Okay, so here's an update for y'all about the third place i visited after Meko island and Wera Mean beach on my last NTT trip. It was Pasir Putih beach.  

           Unlike Meko island and Wera Mean beach, Pasir Putih beach is way easier to reach because the road to get there has been paved. The distance from where we parked the car to the beach was also close, so we didn't have to walk far. But we had to pay first Rp 20.000,00/car before entering the beach. One thing that really bothered me was the entrance to the beach, it was full of garbage. Two thumbs down!

            So, actually there are two adjacent beaches separated by big black rocks. They are Watotena beach and Pasir Putih beach. But we spend most of the time on Pasir Putih beach because it is cleaner then Watotena beach, the sand is also whiter (but still Meko Island is the whitest). The name "Pasir Putih" itself means white sand, but it's not white, i think it's more like cream or pinkish.
             
Watotena beach next to Pasir Putih beach.
See! Pasir Putih beach has the whiter sand than Watotena Beach.

See the line where the sky meets the sea? It calls me! 


We were there until the sunset, and yes, the sunset was stunning. Just look at the pictures below.












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