Flores takes pride in being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to it’s pristine coastline, majestic views and green rolling hills. Only a 60-minute flight from Bali, Flores is home to Komodo National Park, where the exotic underwater world and coral reefs are home to 90% of the worlds marine life species.
Flores is made of up of thousands of islands, and while many are still uninhabited, each island with a local community has its own engaging and distinct culture – creating memories of a lifetime for anyone who visits.
The Menjaga Peninsula, which is located just south of the main port of Labuan Bajo, is known for it’s rolling and evergreen hills, the impressive views of the Menjaga peak and coastline, and the peaceful local villages set within the beautiful landscape.
The Indonesian Government has made a significant commitment to tourism and infrastructure investment in Flores.
The Komodo National Park is situated just off the island of Flores and is protected and funded by the World Heritage Organisation.
The new international airport has direct flights from Bali and Jakarta. Garuda Airlines and AirAsia have announced to operate flights from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur soon.
Renewed main port will accommodate cruise ships, up to 70 yachts and construction of a commercial complex, staring 180 room hotels.
As the area becomes more developed the prices are raising. Beachfront property prices have already increased 14 times over three years.