The Exotic of Jemur Island

Jemur Island is located approximately 45 miles from the capital city of Bagan Siapiapi, Rokan Hilir Regency and 45 miles from the neighboring country, Malaysia and North Sumatra Province, which is the closest province to Jemur Island. Jemur Island is actually a group of islands consisting of several islands, among others, Tekong Emas Island, Tekong Simbang Island, Labuhan Bilik Island and other small islands.
Jemur Island is located approximately 45 miles from the capital city of Bagan Siapiapi, Rokan Hilir Regency and 45 miles from the neighboring country, Malaysia and North Sumatra Province, which is the closest province to Jemur Island. Jemur Island is actually a group of islands consisting of several islands, among others, Tekong Emas Island, Tekong Simbang Island, Labuhan Bilik Island and other small islands.

Jemur Island has beautiful scenery and panoramic views, besides Jemur Island is very rich with marine products, in addition Jemur Island is inhabited by Turtle Species, where in certain seasons the turtles go up to the beach to lay eggs as many as these can lay eggs as much as 100 to 150 grains.

When viewed from the potential, the location and position of Jemur Island is very suitable to be developed into a Resort area, where various tourism activities are very much to be developed on Jemur Island, including surfing, diving, rowing and so on.

Jemur Island is 72.2 kilometers from Bagan Siapiapi City, Rokan Hilir Regency, Riau Province. The area is also 64.3 kilometers from the Port of Klang, Malaysia, which makes it seem like a hidden pearl in the middle of the sea of the Malacca Strait. The name Jemur Island began to be heard after the ownership of the 250 hectare area was widely debated by Indonesia and Malaysia. Now, Jemur Island is officially part of the NKRI.


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