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A breathtaking part of Indonesia's outlying islands.

Blaise Hope   11 August 2016 15:44

Brilio.net - The natural beauty of Indonesia just goes on and on. If you go through the country you will stumble upon one 'hidden paradise' after another.

In the east of the country, at the eastern edge of East Nusa Tenggara, is Alor Island, the largest in the Alor archipelago and a hop, skip and a jump away from East Timor across the Alor Strait. Its highest point is Mount Doya Koyakoya, rising more than 1,800 meters towards a pristine blue sky. 

On the island you can find local tribes and untouched landscapes. 

You can fly to Alor from Kupang, the provincial capital. Here's a look at this remote corner of the world, courtesy of the Instagram account @alor_etnisphoto

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