Satan Island is one of the islands located in the Mandeh Tourism Object Area, Koto XI Tarusan District, Pesisir Selatan Regency, West Sumatra Province. Hearing the name, maybe we think it’s scary and scary. But the reality is not.
Even though the name is creepy, when it comes to this island it makes you feel at home and fall in love. The image of mystical and spooky things like the name will be denied because this island presents a beautiful view and is far from being haunted. According to information from a number of local people, the original name of the island is Sultan Island.
However, due to the confusion of the local residents’ tongues, the sultan’s name turned into a Satan. Currently, Satan Island is one of the tourist paradises in the Pesisir Selatan Regency, especially as a whole the Mandeh Area tourist attraction has clusters and similarities with beautiful islands such as Raja Ampat in West Papua.
For those of you who have never been there, let’s prepare and invite your family to visit Satan Island. On this island, you can witness the blue sea and white sand, not only our eyes, our ears will also hear the sound of small waves that make the heart calmer.
In addition, at this location children can comfortably and safely swim because the edge of the beach is very shallow. If your stomach feels hungry after swimming, there are stalls selling various foods and drinks. These small stalls belong to the islanders. For those of you and your family who need mats to sit back on the beach, there are also people who rent out mats.
Even more interesting, we can also see and also ride various kinds of marine games on the island. Banana boat and donut boat rides at a rate of IDR 25,000-30,000. Visitors to Satan Island are not as busy as the other islands around it.
Therefore this island is perfect for those of you who like a quiet atmosphere and privacy away from the crowds. Satan Island has easy access. To reach this island, visitors usually rent a boat. From the city of Padang, take a road trip to Pesisir Selatan, precisely in Carocok, Tarusan.
In Carocok, you will be greeted in a friendly manner by local youth who offer a boat or boat to take you around several islands. You only need to pay IDR 500,000-750,000 depending on the number of areas you want to visit.
Usually the objects offered are Satan Island, Sironjong Gadang, Sironjong Ketek, Mangorve Forest, to the Sei Gemuruh waterfall. Come on, get other interesting information from Indonesiar.com and visit Indonesia.