East Sumba Regency (Indonesian: Kabupaten Sumba Timur) is one of the four regencies which divide the island of Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. Waingapu is the capital of East Sumba Regency. The population of East Sumba Regency was 227,732 at the 2010 Census.
Nature in East Sumba is blessed with natural charm that seems endless to explore. In addition to the beauty of Bukit Wairinding which can make the visitors goose bumps, there is one more hill not far from the center of Waingapu City which has almost the same characteristics as Wairinding Hill. Even this stretch of hill has a beauty that is not much different from what is on Wairinding.
Walakiri Beach is one of the beautiful beaches in East Sumba with a characteristic beach on Sumba that tends to be calm, sloping with a stretch of white sand. Located not far from the center of Waingapu City, which is around 24 km and can be reached in around 30 minutes, access to Walakiri is very easy, which is located not far from the highway towards Melolo, a large sub-district in East Sumba. Visitors can rent a motorbike / car from Waingapu to go to Walakiri due to the difficulty of public transportation in the city on Sumba.
Puru Kambera, better known by travelers as a name for a beach, Puru Kambera Beach in East Sumba. Located around 24 km from Waingapu City, there is a savanna with a complete Sumba vegetation decorated with a collection of horses in its wild nature.
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