One of the nicest islands in SouthEast Asia
pristine white sandy beaches, unsullied sea, granite rock formations, the off-shore islands
SMALL, UNINHABITED, PRISTINE
Belitung Island : an island on the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia in the Java Sea. It covers 4,800.6 km2 (1,853.5 sq mi), and had a population of 271,868 in 2014. Administratively, it forms part of the province of Bangka-Belitung Islands. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belitung)
Pristine white sand beaches look out on a turquoise sea filled with great snorkeling and a fantastic display of off shore islands. Check out Tanjung Kelayang and Tanjung Tinggi beaches for World Class beaches with out the hustle and bustle now found at beaches of this caliber anywhere else. The small uninhabited off shore islands range from white sand fringed coconut plantations to elaborate granite rock formations to long temporary sand bars of sand the quality of powdered sugar.