As mentioned above, there are three islands which are named Pulau Satu, Pulau Dua and Pulau Tiga. The naming of the islands indeed sounds not creative but it is absolutely not a problem compared to the charm offered by such islands. There have been settlements on the Pulau Satu and Pulau Tiga although only a few families while Pulau Dua is absolutely no occupant. Steep cliffs so typical adorn the three islands while the white sand can only be found on Pulau Tiga, even with narrow size.
We decided to do ‘ Island Hoping ‘ to all of such three islands. We only stopped briefly at Pulau Tiga and Pulau Dua while we only begird Pulau Satu. In addition to the charm of the steep cliffs at the edge of these islands, there is a cave on Pulau Tiga but we didn’t get to go further into the cave and saw only the front mouth of the cave from the edge of the island. Such cave which has a front mouth around five meter, does not have a name yet, according to the locals. Eventually, we gave it a name ‘Goa Kalapa Tujuh’ (Seven Coconut Trees Cave). No need to be confused as to why we chose the name aside because there are seven coconut trees stand right at the mouth of the cave. In addition, we also saw sea caves having low mouths/entereance so they cannot be accessed by using a fast boat.