Pulau Weh has many Dutch colonial buildings. The Merbabu graveyard situated in Pulau Weh has some interesting graves. Some of the most popular beaches are Pantai Sumur Tiga, Pantai Kasih and the Padai Tapak Gajah beach, which offers swimming and snorkelling options.
A trip to the islands surrounding the Weh Island gives tourists a view of the rainforest islands and mountain ranges. The beaches and marine life of Pulau Weh and Balohan Bay are also very popular with visitors.
The marine life of Pulau Weh includes species like manta rays, turtles, whale sharks, dolphins, octopus and other kinds of fish. The underwater terrain includes layers of soft and hard corals, fields of gorgonian fans, walls, canyons and caves.
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