Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Aia Manih Beach and Stone Malin Kundang

Aia Manih Beach and Malin Kundang Stone
Aia Manih Beach and Malin Kundang Stone

Tourist Attractions and Beaches in Indonesia
Aia  Manih Beach a favorite tourist sites in Padang. Legend Malin Kundang will greet travelers at step feet whitish brown sand, Pile of stones and reliefs adorn the story Malin Kundang coastal resorts are crowded with visitors on holidays

The legend says that the stone is a big ship and the bodies of stranded Malin Kundang. According to folk legend, Malin Kundang and his ship was cursed to stone for the iniquity of parents.
 Aia Manih Beach and Malin Kundang Stone

Gently sloping beaches, vast Aia Beach Manih provide locations for visitors to play. Even when tide, visitors can see the marine life that pops to the surface. On foot, you can go to Little Banana Island which is not far from the edge of beach Aia Manih. The island is not so broad, it could be used as a resting place for a moment and enjoy some food that has been prepared.

Little Banana Island Guava tree decorated with Kaliang that can be enjoyed by visitors for free. But remember, not too long to enjoy the atmosphere of the island. Because, a few hours later, the tide will gradually rise to normal so that access to Little Banana Island can not be reached by foot.

Aia Manih Beach and Malin Kundang Stone

Quite often, young people in the city of Padang also use Aia Beach Manih as a campsite. Rolling waves in the area are also exploited by surfers for surfing. Access to the area can be designated Manih Aia Beach from several directions. The beach is located in the South of Padang District, can be reached by land about 30 minutes from the city center.

From any region of Mount Padang, the tourists can take Manih Aia Beach on foot. The track is quite tiring but provide an enjoyable adventure experience. A number of accommodation (homestay) can be found on the beach Aia Manih if you want to spend the night in the tourist area. Regarding the price, is said not too expensive for the local community managed.

source:Erinaldi - Padang Today