Skip to content

Jokowi at Ayana Komodo

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Share on whatsapp

Komodo island, part of the Lesser Sunda chain of Indonesian islands, is a 390m2 habitat of the 3m-long Komodo dragon monitor lizard. The island is home to more than 4,000 dragons and is made up of rusty-red volcanic hills, savannah and forests.

There lies the AYANA Komodo Resort. The subject of the tourism infrastructure is crucial for Labuan Bajo, as it touches five main areas of development, including accommodation, food and beverage facilities, transportation, local community and communication facilities, a VIP discussion was made in the exclusive property.

AYANA Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach has welcomed Mr President Joko Widodo and First Lady Iriana Joko Widodo for a one-day visit of the resort. During which the President and a few members of his Cabinet discussed tourism infrastructure and the importance of its development on the island of Flores in the Nusa Tenggara Timur province.

Given the fact that the opening of AYANA Komodo Resort in September 2018 sets a milestone in the region’s tourism infrastructure development by creating more than 300 jobs for its residents, and offering a luxurious holiday destination for guests from all over the world, how do we – Indonesia – maintain and develop better infrastructure are still the biggest challenge.

For the time being AYANA Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach will continue to support the local community and infrastructure with constant growing business opportunities and individual talent development.

AYANA Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach features 13 suites and 192 premium guest rooms. Inspired by light, comfort and open living, each contemporary room features a flawless ocean view with large windows to capture the golden glow of tropical sunsets that melt dramatically behind distinctive Kukusan Island. For more information and bookings visit.


More To Explore

Next Article
Manarai Beach House presents Baynk! The best thing about living on an island like Bali is that you don’t have…