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Stone sarcophagus Aik Renung in Sumbawa island

A group of neolithic stone tombs are scattered 30 minutes walk from Batu Tering, a village in the western part of Sumbawa island.

The area has been protected since 1992.
I found a few tourists complaining about the long way to the tombs in a guest book entries.
“Sorry guys, the new asphalt road is not ready yet”.

People are strange, they want to travel and discover new places, but don’t want to get tired.

According to the guest book no more than 30 foreigners visit Aik Renung every year.

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One response

  1. Ha – tourists, strange creatures in some ways: here in Oman sometimes it is the tour guides….. they rush them from one site to another in a 4×4 but no one gets out and suggests, lets spend the rest of the day on foot walking!

    Interesting series of images.

    David.

    March 28, 2013 at 4:12 am

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