Tanjung Ringgit

Panorama provided is very beautiful and makes people who come immediately fall in love. Moreover, the steep cliffs, and strong sea breezes make this place very exotic. Obviously, Tanjung Ringgit is in a direct line of sight with the Indian Ocean in the south and Sumbawa Island in the east.

This place has a history that is interesting enough to know. Previously, during the Japanese occupation in the 1940s, Tanjung Ringgit became the headquarters and place of reconnaissance of the Japanese army against the enemy.

There are several buildings of Japanese colonial heritage which are proof of the importance of this place, including cannon and barracks in the form of caves for reconnaissance and hiding. You can see cannons and caves used as barracks which are located in the north of Tanjung Ringgit.

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