The Beautiful Beach in Nusa Penida Was Dirtied by Trash

As we know Bali is one of the best tourism destinations in the world. If you come to Bali you must visit Amazing Island which offers awesome tourism object and secret beautiful place. Nusa Penida is the south east island of Bali.3
The growing some of tourism attractions in Nusa Penida, was not accompanied by the awareness of the community to keep it clean. In the fact, there many trashes were spilled by the visitor in the tourist destination of Nusa Penida. One of them is Angel’s Billabong Beach, where located in Bungan Mekar Village and Batu Kandik Village, Nusa Penida Island. The trash is cigarette butts, plastic bottles, and snack packs were scattered at the tourist attraction. It make the scenery is not good to see.

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Billabong is a word in English which means the end of a dead-end river, this usually happens when the river forked and one led to a dead end. This place is the end of the estuary of the river in Nusa Penida before reaching the open sea. Surface water is clear and calm, as well as overdrafts that form pools of extraordinary beauty will make you hard to resist the desire to swim in this pool. So this place is called by Angel’s Billabong, because the beautiful panorama of this beach.

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The Head of Culture and Tourism Klungkung I Wayan Sujana revealed that the company through an integrated team has been to provide guidance to public figures in Nusa Penida ranging from society, the head of village until providers of tourist accommodation on the garbage problem in various attractions in Nusa Penida. The Klungkung Government must make or put the dump and organize the stakeholder for keeping the clean.

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