Advertise with us

Versi Bahasa Indonesia: https://indonesia.tripcanvas.co/id/sulawesi/panduan-wisata-ke-wakatobi/

Have you ever wanted to run away to an (almost) deserted tropical island where you have no modern technological distractions, with only the weather and sun to guide your day?

Rising from the depths of the Banda Sea, southeast of the mainland of Sulawesi, the main islands of Wangi-Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia, Binongko (WaKaToBi) is an island paradise that offers laidback vibes and access to world class reefs.

With more than 40 existing diving spots, the late Jacques Cousteau once claimed Wakatobi as the finest dive site in the world!

But we would say it is much more than just a diving destination. When you come to Wakatobi, the top expectation is to have fun. There is something about Wakatobi that no matter where you go or what you do, you’ll have an amazing time.

Also read: 14 reasons why Makassar will be the most adventurous weekend destination you never thought possible

If you don’t dive, you can also enjoy Wakatobi’s hospitality and cultural heritage – with quaint villages, rugged wilderness, ancient relics and ruins, and white-sand beaches all just a short hop away from each other.

What can be better than diving or snorkeling in the morning, relaxing on a private beach or exploring water caves in the afternoon, enjoying the sunset while having a drink at a restaurant overlooking the sea, then ending the day by admiring the Milky Way with the naked eyes?

So what are you waiting for, look up that calendar and start planning your next trip to Wakatobi! Don’t worry, we’ll help you with this comprehensive guide.

How to get there

From SingaporeFrom Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (tap here to view)From Australia (tap here to view)From Jakarta (tap here to view)
  • Take Lion Air to Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar/UPG (1 stopover at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport/CGK). Return flights from USD 180 – approximately SGD 247.

  • Take Wings Air from Makassar to Wakatobi Matahora Airport/WNI via Kendari. The flight is scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Morning at 08.10 AM. While on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00 AM. Duration: 2,5 hours. Note: Some online booking websites will indicate this as a transit flight, but passengers to Wakatobi can stay in the airplane in Kendari during the 20 minutes transit before continuing to Wakatobi. Return flights from USD 130 – approximately SGD 180.

  • Take Lion Air to Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar/UPG (1 stopover at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport/CGK). Return flights from USD 150 – approximately MYR 632.

  • Take Wings Air from Makassar to Wakatobi Matahora Airport/WNI via Kendari. The flight is scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Morning at 08.10 AM. While on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00 AM. Duration: 2,5 hours. Note: Some online booking websites will indicate this as a transit flight, but passengers to Wakatobi can stay in the airplane in Kendari during the 20 minutes transit before continuing to Wakatobi. Return flights from USD 130 – approximately MYR 547.

  • Take Garuda Indonesia from Sydney/SYD to Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar/UPG (1 stopover at Ngurah Rai International Airport Bali/DPS). Return flights from USD 745 – approximately AUD 973.

  • Take Wings Air from Makassar to Wakatobi Matahora Airport (WNI) via Kendari. The flight is scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Morning at 08.10 AM. While on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00 AM. Duration: 2,5 hours. Note: Some online booking websites will indicate this as a transit flight, but passengers to Wakatobi can stay in the airplane in Kendari during the 20 minutes transit before continuing to Wakatobi. Return flights from USD 130 – approximately AUD 170.

  • Take Lion Air to Sultan Hasanuddin Airport, Makassar/UPG. Return flights from Rp. 800.000 (Approximately 60 USD).

  • Take Wings Air from Makassar to Wakatobi Matahora Airport (WNI) via Kendari. The flight is scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Morning at 08.10 AM. While on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00 AM. Duration: 2,5 hours. Note: Some online booking websites will indicate this as a transit flight, but passengers to Wakatobi can stay in the airplane in Kendari during the 20 minutes transit before continuing to Wakatobi. Return flights from USD 130 – approximately Rp. 1.75 million.

Best time to visit
Getting around

Follow us on Facebook for more travel stories like this:

Fun things to do (other than diving and snorkeling)


1. More dolphins than you could ever imagine: Sunrise & Dolphin Watching, Wangi-Wangi

If you think you’ve seen enough dolphins at Lovina Beach, Bali, wait till you visit their “playground” in Cape Kapota, around 40 minutes by boat from Mola Harbour. Bet you’ve never seen that many of them!

1-1-Dolphin-Watching-5

On your way there, you’ll have the opportunity to take in the magnificent spectacle of sunrise and watch the sunbeams illuminate the blue waters of the Banda Sea.

1-2-Dolphin-Watching-collage

Once you’ve located the dolphins, be ready to have the most unforgettable experience of seeing hundreds of dolphins frolicking in their natural habitat, jumping, dancing, and swirling.

1-3-Dolphin-Watching-collage

They often come so close to the boat that we can hear their high-pitched clicking and squeaking. Isn’t this such a magical journey that you can share with your family?

Sunrise & Dolphin Watching

Recommended Operators:

a. Patuno Dive Center

Address: Patuno Resort, Jl. Ir. Soekarno, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 811 400 2221

Website

 

b. Wakatobi Dive Adventure

Address: Mandati II, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 852 4013 7888

2. Unbelievable views of the Milky Way: Kulati Village, Tomia

Kulati Village is a small village in the eastern part of Tomia Island. When you first step in, you may not see anything special about it.

However, as you reach the hilly part (near the Tourism Information Center/TIC), you will realize what makes this village stands out: a stunning landscape view of turquoise seas with majestic cliffs and palm trees all around.

2-1-via-dewoar

Photo via dewoar

But that’s not all. Right before midnight, when the electricity is off – leaving the village in total darkness with very little artificial light surrounding the island – you can choose any place, either on the beach or on top of the hill, just to gaze up at a jaw-dropping view of the beautiful skies above.

2-2-Milkyway_photograph-by-Guntur

Photo by Guntur

Pssst… Don’t forget to make a wish (to return to Wakatobi?) when you see the shooting stars!

Kulati Village

Location: East Tomia, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 853 4394 4476 (Nyong Tomia)
E-mail: [email protected]
Getting there: The village is located in Tomia Island (3,5 hours by public boat from Wangi-Wangi Island). From waha Harbour in Tomia, Kullati Village can be reached within 30 minutes by car or motorbike. Driving down the scenic road to Kulati is a very relaxing experience. You can rent car or motorbike at your hotel in Tomia or contact the TIC in Kulati to arrange the pick up.  Coordinate here.

3. Meet real life Aqua-Men from Sea Gypsy village: Bajo Sempela, Kaledupa

If you think that Aqua-man is just a fictional comic book character, then you should visit Bajo Sampela.

Bajo Sampela is a traditional village in the middle of the ocean with 3000 inhabitants living in traditional wooden houses built on stilts 3km from mainland Kaledupa Island.

3-1-Bajo-collage

Arriving in this village, you will be welcomed by children greeting you with an ear-to-ear smile. They will probably be the happiest kids you’ve ever met. Don’t be surprised if you see a 3-year- old laughing and running around, before suddenly jumping directly into the deep sea.

3-2-Bajo-by-Internationally-Grown,-muhammadmor

Photo by Internationally Grown, muhammadmor

This friendly tribe has lived near the sea for centuries, so most of them are excellent free-divers. Unlike most fishermen who float above their prey, the Bajo dive and walk the ocean’s floor to hunt fish with traditional spear-guns.

3-3-Bajo-kids

3-4-Bajo-kids-2

Wearing wooden goggles and no fin, they can dive up to 20 meters deep and remain underwater for as long as 5 minutes with a single breath. Now that’s what we call a village full of Aqua-men. How cool is that!

3-5-Bajo-by-wakatobisme,-annahowing

Photo by wakatobisme, annahowing

3-6-Bajo-by-kangguslan

Photo by kangguslan

PS: Do buy their one-of-a-kind homemade wooden goggles for a keepsake!

Bajo Sampela

Location: Desa Sama Bahari, Kaledupa Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Getting there: The village is located about 3Km from mainland Kaledupa, it takes 15-20 minutes small boat ride. Coordinate here.

4. Bizarre local food to try in Wakatobi

Be ready to put extra pounds as you satisfy your cravings by indulging in delicious, unique (sometimes bizarre) Wakatobi feast.

Dishes to try: Kasuami (staple food of Wakatobi – made from grated cassava pulp, usually paired with grilled fish and chili), Parende (clear soup made from fresh coral fish, best served hot and spicy), and Karasi (traditional crepe-like snacks made from cassava).4-1-crabs,-Casava-tortilla,-yam-and-banana,-seafood-satay,-Kasoami

The more adventurous should definitely try sea urchins. Yes, they may look scary at first, but don’t be fooled by their appearance. Their paste-like roe or eggs are the edible part which can be found by cracking the brittle body.

4-2-Food---sea-urchin-collage

If you taste it with your eyes closed, you probably would ‘ve mistaken it for delicious foie gras!

5. Participating in unique and colorful parades and festivals

Wakatobi culture is best experienced during events and activities that highlight what the local people love – family, children, and celebrations. People in Wakatobi love to celebrate, and there is no better way of celebrating than through ceremonies and festivals.
5-1-Parade-collage

One of these ceremonies is Karia’a, that’s usually held after Ramadhan holy month as a part of Festival Barata Kahedupa. During the ceremony, little girls are dressed up in traditional clothes and headdress made of colorful paper and flowers, then carried on barrows to be paraded through the streets enlivened with dancing and singing.

5-2-Parade-by-wakatobisme-2

Photo by wakatobisme 2

Other unique Wakatobi cultural events and activities – where visitors can see traditional dances, cultural traditions, folk games, music performance and many more – are the cultural spectacle Wakatobi WAVE and Festival Pulau Tomia.
5-3-Parade---Lariangi-Dance-collage

Follow their Instagram for more updates about their events!

6. Dip into the natural pool: Kontamale Water Cave, Wangi-Wangi

This otherworldly cave is a limestone fresh water-filled cave that has formed since hundreds of years ago. A dramatic array of stalagmites are covered in vibrant green moss, while the two natural pools (one of them serves as an entrance to an underwater cave) are perfectly shaded under a canopy of trees that block out wind and sound to create a peaceful surrounding.

6-1-Kontamale-by-its_aivee

Photo by its aivee

Just 15 minutes (drive) away from the center of Wanci city, Wangi-Wangi, the spring at Kontamale cave actually belongs to residents and is widely used for bathing.

But one thing for sure, its transparent crystalline blue water and submerged trees offer a truly breathtaking sight. Especially when the sun rays stream in from the trees and radiate on the blue waters, forming a spectacle of rare beauty.

6-2-Kontamale-by-ld.muh.idrus2

Photo by ld.muh.idrus2

And best of all, visitors to these electric blue pools are able to take a once-in-a-lifetime dip, giving the impression that they are all but floating in space.

6-3-kontamale-via-irrasistible,-onenk_han

Photo via irrasistible, onenk han

Kontamale Water Cave

Location: Wanci Sub-district, South Wangi-Wangi, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.

7. Do you dare to swim (with the red shrimps) in sacred lake?: Sombano Lake, Kaledupa

Kaledupa Island is so unique because it has plenty of hollow reefs at the bottom, which allows sea water from the ocean flowing and coming through the inner part of the island, creating saltwater lakes.

One of them is the stunning Sombano Lake which is surrounded by dense mangrove forests, various types of orchids and pandanus leaves.

 

7-1-Sombano-by-Wakatobi-Tourism

Photo by Wakatobi Tourism

 

Like any other body of water in Wakatobi, the water in Sombano Lake is crystal clear. You can even see many blood-red shrimps playfully floating in the bottom of the lake, in contrast to the green algae. Feel free to jump in and play with them!

7-2-Sombano-by-sibero_drone,-adieakram

Photo by sibero drone, adieakram

For some villagers, this lake is considered sacred and only few of them are brave enough to swim in there. According to local myth, there’s a huge black crocodile guarding this lake and the shrimps are turning blood-red because they have been cooked to be eaten by the crocodile.

7-3-udang-merah-via-thelostpacker.blogspot.my

Photo via thelostpacker blogspot.my

To reach this beautiful lake, you will need extra effort, as the track is not an easy one. But all that would be paid off once you arrive and see its beauty with your own eyes!   

7-4-Sombano-by-retamonikaa

Photo by retamonikaa

Sombano Lake

Location: Desa Sombano, Kaledupa Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.

8. One-stop destination: Liya Togo Village, Wangi-Wangi

Among many heritage sites and fortresses in Wakatobi, Liya Togo’s Fortress is probably one of the oldest and the most unique. Here, you can see the huge walls that were built from nothing else but stone, corals and mixture of white eggs!

8-1-Liya-Togo-by-athysyarif

Photo by athysyarif

In this scenic village, you’ll be able to see the oldest mosque, ancient ruins, royal tombs, cultural ceremonies, and spectacular views.

8-2-Liya-Togo-by-ferdi_limus,-Wakatobi-Tourism

Photo by ferdi limus, Wakatobi Tourism

8-3-Liya-Togo---Mosque-by-Henri03

Photo by Henri03

The inhabitants of LiyaTogo Village have preserved traditional values and rituals over decades and have lived their daily lives accordingly ever since. If you have extra time, why don’t you spend a night or two here and learn how to harvest seaweed or row a traditional wooden canoe?

8-4-Liya-Togo-weaving-collage

Our favorite part is definitely the View Point under the shade of big banyan tree. We can spend hours here just enjoying the spectacular scenery (different colors of the shimmering sea!) while sipping refreshing homemade tamarind juice.

8-5-Liya-Togo-View-Point-edited

Liya Togo

Location: Keppo’oli Liya Togo, Desa Liya Togo, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.
Contact: (+62) 853 4057 8935 / (+62) 813 4326 7915

9. Enjoy your own private beaches: Nda’a Island & Hu’untete Beach, Tomia

Nda’a is a uninhabited island situated about 40 minutes by boat from Kulati Village or downtown Waha.9-1-Ndaa-4

Surrounded by white sand beach and pristine water, the Nda’a is a perfect destination for beach lovers who enjoy swimming, snorkeling, or just relaxing.

9-2-ndaa

With a size not larger than a football field, you can explore this small island and pretend to be like Tom Hanks in Cast Away.

9-3-ndaa

Hu’untete beach is the longest yet most hidden beach on Tomia Island. White sand with rock cliffs and rows of coconut trees along the coast make this beach a perfect hideaway for those who need an escape.

9-4-Huuntete-5

9-5-Huuntete-collage

In the past, residents used to hide from the Portuguese in a cave near this serene beach.

9-6-Huuntete-7

And if you’re lucky, you’ll get a chance to meet the turtles that lay their eggs here!

Nda’a Island & Hu’untete Beach

Location: Poassanuhada Kulati Village, East Tomia, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.
Contact: +62 853 4394 4476 (Nyong Tomia)
E-mail: [email protected]

10. Best place to watch the glorious sunset: Kahianga Peak, Tomia

Since Wakatobi has no mountains, this highest spot in Tomia Island (about 250m above sea level) has become a favorite among locals, who spend their weekends picnicking and enjoying the sunset.

10-1-Kahianga-by-NeedIndex

Photo by NeedIndex

From this peak, visitors are able to see stunning views of Tomia’s scattered villages, coastline with its long sandy beach, as well as small islands nearby (Lentea and Tolondano) and Binongko Island in the distance.

10-2-Kahianga-by-vikalaura,-kristin_kumalasari

Photo by vikalaura, kristin kumalasari

Recently, to accommodate the increasing number of visitors, a parking lot, gazebos and other facilities are built without disrupting its natural beauty.

10-3-Kahianga-1

And feel free to take some pictures in front of the giant Tomia sign!

10-4-Kahianga-5

Kahianga Peak

Location: Desa Kahianga, East Tomia, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.

11. Work on your underwater photography: Macro-diving

When it comes to diving in Wakatobi, it is difficult to know where to start. How are 400 species of coral and 700 species of fish officially recorded?

Simply put, Wakatobi Marine Park is a macro-diving paradise. There’s absolutely no need to swim big distances; everything is at your fingertips.

11-1-Macro-by-wakatobisme

Photo by wakatobisme

As you dive, all you need is a good eye for spotting marine life that can be as small as a baby’s pinky, disguised in clever camouflage or hiding in unlikely places – and of course, a good macro lens for your camera.

11-2-Macro-by-wakatobisme

Photo by wakatobisme

Besides colorful sea slugs (a.k.a nudibranches), you definitely wouldn’t want to miss the cute pygmy seahorses that call this reef their home.

Not into diving? Don’t worry. Wakatobi is a perfect place for snorkeling too. With pristine reefs and shallow coral gardens, you won’t be bored even if you are simply spending your days snorkeling!

Recommended Operators:

a. Patuno Dive Center

Address: Patuno Resort, Jl. Ir. Soekarno, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 811 400 2221

Website

 

b. Wakatobi Dive Adventure

Address: Mandati II, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 852 4013 7888

c. Tomia Scuba Dive

Address: Desa Waha, Tomia Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 821 8787 7751

Where to stay?

There are plenty of pleasant budget to mid-range accommodations that’s suitable for backpackers, couples or families. Some of them even have daily scuba diving/snorkeling packages.

For a hassle-free splurge, travelers can board a charter flight from Bali directly to the Wakatobi Dive Resort, a luxury eco stay on Tolandano island with plush villas, spa services and a yacht that can personalize dive cruises.

Budget Stays

1. A place to get lost in: Hoga Island Dive Resort, Kaledupa

What we love most about Wakatobi is the tranquility of the island and the close contact you can have with nature. So why splurge on your accommodation?

We must admit that we were apprehensive when we heard that this place is a ‘resort.’ Yet what we found was paradise. This eco-resort is located on Hoga Island, a 20-minute boat ride from Kaledupa Island (transfer to Hoga IDR 50,000 (USD 4) per person by local boat).12-1-Hoga-Island-resort

Traditional cottages are built on stilts amongst greenery facing the beach and the sea, each with their own balcony and hammock for relaxing. On the beach there are also hammock areas where guests can read, meet for a cold beer and watch the stunning sunset.

12-2-sunset

Without internet access, phone reception (limited) and electricity (only available from 6pm till 10pm), the only things you can do would be snorkeling or diving, reading, or simply sitting in a hammock and watching the fishing boats glide by.

12-3-Hoga-Island---Signboard

So lay back, your day is planned around the flow of the tides, the weather and the three meals that are beautifully prepared by the friendly staff.

Hoga Island Dive Resort

Starting from USD 60 – 80/night (average rates for a Standard Room – including 3x meals)

Location: Hoga Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.
E-mail: [email protected]

Website

2. A romantic beach escape: Patuno Resort Wakatobi, Wangi-Wangi

Many people think Wakatobi is expensive, but this resort proves it is not. Although this place does not have a high level of luxury, it has so much more to offer.

13-1-Patuno-Resort---Jetty-3-by-ckhalikdjirimu

Photo by ckhalikdjirimu

The beachfront setting of the Patuno Resort Wakatobi, along with the preservation of the natural greenery and flowers surrounding the resort, enhances the romantic, peaceful and secluded atmosphere.

Natural building materials such as bamboo, teak wood, coconut wood, rattan and palm leaves are used throughout the resort, adding to the natural ambiance.13-2-wakatobi-patuno--room

For honeymooners and those seeking a more romantic setting, the resort’s jetty restaurant on the water is just the thing

13-3-wakatobi-patuno-via-hijir_ismail,-fadildels

Photo via hijir ismail, fadildels

To keep you busy during your stay, there are also many fun activities you can enjoy, from cycling (there’s bicycle rental), diving, snorkeling, sailing, jetskiing, and many more!

13-4-wakatobi-patuno-via-monkeyjaloox17

Phoot via monkeyjaloox17

Patuno Resort Wakatobi

Start from USD 76/night (Standard Room)

Location: Jalan Raya Patuno, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact: (+62) 811 400 2221

Website

Luxury Stay

Secluded haven you won’t want to leave: Wakatobi Dive Resort, Tomia

This is where you can enjoy a certain level of service, escapism and tranquility that is so hard to find these days – no traffic, no pollution, and no other dedicated dive resort for hundreds of miles.

14-1-Wakatobi-Dive-Resort---Aerial-by-Didi-Lotze

Photo by Didi Lotze

Here, the diving is never more than just a stone’s throw away. Regardless of whether you take the boat out or spend time among the excellent house reef, you are guaranteed to see some of the most beautiful reefs that will take your breath away.

14-2-rooms-type-by-Didi-Lotze

Photo by Didi Lotze

There are 3 types of accommodation at this resort – the palm bungalows are well spaced from each other and most have a sea view. The ocean bungalows sit closer to the water front with uninterrupted views, boasting of Asian style outdoor showers, sun loungers and hammocks. Last but not least, you can also stay in one of their villas to make your vacation even more special.

14-3-Wakatobi-Dive-Resort---Massage-by--Shawn-Levin

Photo by Shawn Levin

A stop at the spa is a must! And at the end of the day, watch the sunset from the Jetty Bar followed by a fancy dinner at their famous Beach Restaurant, which caters to all tastes.

14-4-Wakatobi-Dive-Resort---Restaurant-by-Didi-Lotze

Photo byDidi Lotze

14-5-Wakatobi-Dive-Resort-jetty-bar-by-presentacionoftheworld

Photo by presentacionoftheworld

Good living surely doesn’t get any better than this!

Wakatobi Dive Resort

Start from USD 290/person per night (Palm Bungalow – all inclusive)

Location: Tolandano Island, Tomia, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.
Contact: (+62) 81 2381 1084 / (+62 361) 759 669 – Bali Representative
E-mail: [email protected]

Website

Where to eat?

Restaurants are available in Wangi-Wangi Island and Kaledupa Island. A good local restaurant offers seafood and other Indonesian meals (Padang, Java, Makassar) for around IDR 20,000 (USD 1.50) all day. But if you don’t feel like going anywhere, you can always eat at in-house restaurants in your homestay, hotel, or resorts.

Wakatobi’s own Rock Bar: Wasabi Nua Resto, Wangi-Wangi

Chilling out at a super cool sunset restaurant with a mocktail in hand (or a refreshing juice), while watching the iconic tropical sunset with a 180-degree view of the vast sea is a must-do in Wakatobi.

15-1-Wasabi-Nua-by-athysyarif

Photo by athysyarif

Perched about 5 meters above the sea on a rock cliff, this place looks like a very humble version of the well-known Rock Bar in AYANA Bali.

Unlike Rock Bar, you won’t find long lines of people anxiously waiting under the sun to step inside to get the best seat. But we still advise you to go there early before the sun goes down. The outdoor setting is perfect to catch the sea breeze while hanging out at your chosen spot.

15-2-wasabi-nua-via-mn_sandiah21,-athysyarif

Photo via mn sandiah21, athysyarif

To reach the cliff where the restaurant is located is another unforgettable experience. First, you must walk across a narrow wooden bridge over crystal clear shallow sea. It’s so clear, you can even see small fish in the water!

15-3-Wasabi-Nua-by-dulanode,-rian_itee

Photo by dulanode, rian itee

As for food, you can find anything from hearty meals like Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) to snacks like fries or Pisang Goreng Keju (banana fritters with cheese).

15-4-Wasabi-Nua-by-mn_sandiah21

Photo by mn sandiah21

Wasabi Nua Resto

Address: Jl. Poros Sombu Bandara No. 5, Wangi-Wangi Island, Wakatobi Regency, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia. Coordinate here.
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Price: From IDR 15,000 (USD 1.1)

This post is made possible by Wakatobi Tourism Board

Any other information on Wakatobi we’ve missed? Do let us know what else should be included in this guide. 

Also check out Wakatobi Tourism board page or install Wakatobi Tourism apps from AppStore/PlayStore for more information about this paradise destination!

Advertise with us