- Aceh – Dessimated by an earthquake and tsunami in December 2004, Aceh has since recovered, thanks to international aid and the indomitable spirit of the Acehnese themselves. Aside from tangible reminders of the disaster, Aceh is home to jungles teeming with wildlife, misty mountain peaks and endless swathes of empty beach, beyond which a heavenly halo of coral gardens is beckoning.Pulau Weh – Weh Island is kilometre zero for Indonesia; the most westerly spot in the archipelago, with an otherworldy beauty befitting its remote location. Weh is home to white sandy beaches and breathtakingly blue ocean, framed by the curving arches of palm trees and bathed in warm sunshine. Highlights: • The Tsunami Museum • Aceh Grand Mosque • The beautiful beaches of Pulau Weh • Taste the famous Mie Aceh!
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