FLORES FOR EXOTIC CULTURE
Home of Homo floresiensis (the ancient man of Flores), Flores is home of truly indigenous living heritage. Due to its 8 different ethnics, Flores is exotically rich of cultural diversity.
Flores well preserved traditional kampong, such as the UNESCOs award-winning Waerebo and Ngadha kampong are home of Flores people, who still strongly hold their custom and respects their ancestors.
FLORES FOR DIVERSE NATURE
Flores is world-known for its endemic species of Komodo (Varanus komodoensis) at Komodo NP and its three-color-lake at Kelimutu NP.
Flores’ biodiversity, from coral reef, Komodo, birds; and unique ecosystem, from coast, low land tropical rain forests, and hills; has placed Flores in the heart of birdwatchers, divers, wild life lovers, adventure seekers, and simply anybody who is seeking for exotic destinations with stunning landscape.
COME AND DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF FLORES AND EXPERIENCE A BREATHTAKING MIX OF ADVENTURE, PRISTINE NATURAL SCENERY AND CAPTIVATING ART AND CULTURE
Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands, an island arc with an estimated area of 14,300 km2 extending east from the Java island of Indonesia. The population was 1,831,000 in the 2010 census and the largest town is Maumere. Flores is Portuguese for "flowers".
Flores is located east of Sumbawa and Komodo and west of Lembata and the Alor Archipelago. To the southeast is Timor. To the south, across the Sumba strait, is Sumba and to the north, beyond the Flores Sea, is Sulawesi.