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NIKKI Peucang Resort for a Tranquil New Year’s Eve Away

The new year is a moment that is celebrated by almost everyone in the world. People will go to tourist sites, stay up all night for drinking, barbecue, and light the fireworks. Besides the song from the loudspeaker, the noise of the trumpet also enlivened the night. 

But, have you ever thought of being in a quieter place during the new year’s eve? A better place to reflect on what has happened in the past year and make resolutions for a better life next year?

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Many traveling articles now recommend new places for New Year’s Eve celebrations besides the Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, which is visited by 2 million tourists, or Kuta beach which is packed with thousands of tourists on the same night. One of their top lists to celebrate New Year’s Eve is on a remote island where you can find white sandy beaches, delicious tropical dishes and relaxing vibes with just a couple of tourists surrounding you. 

NIKKI Peucang Resort, located on Peucang Island, a remote island in the middle of the wilderness of Ujung Kulon National Park, will give you more than just relaxing vibes with limited visitors but also the experience of living in harmony with nature. As a conservation area, our only 10 units Batik Villa is surrounded by wild animals that live in a healthy environment. You can easily find Peacock, Bull, Hornbill, Pig, Monkey, Lizard, and Javan Deer. 

There are no fireworks and trumpets because it is prohibited by the national park. Spend the New Year’s Eve with the waves, the sea breeze, the stars, and the sounds of animals that you have never heard of. Hopefully, this experience not only satisfying you but also inspire you to loves nature and strives for a more environmentally friendly lifestyle next year.

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