Moya Mabuku Park in Central Ternate Sub-District, North Maluku Province
Almost all passionate travelers have recognized the popularity of Gamalama Mountain. In fact, it is the most tourist site in Ternate Island! Being the center of attraction, this Indonesia’s mountain offers various amusing sites scattered on its foot including Moya Mabuku Park. As the name suggests, the park resides in Moya Village and it belongs to Central Ternate Sub-District. Due to its amazing atmosphere and beautiful panorama, tourists keep coming to the site for several activities especially relaxation and photography. It is true not all tourists are aware of it, but they would be so satisfied once arriving at the site!
When it comes to nuance, Moya Mabuku Park is similar to that of Bogor’s Puncak and Yogyakarta’s Bintang Hill. Perhaps, it is the combination of them. That means tourists may expect refreshing atmosphere and stunning panorama when exploring the site. According to the Indonesian locals, the park is both popular either in the morning or at night. It is because people have a different preference when visiting the location including relaxation, photography, and sightseeing at night surrounded by sparkling lights of buildings. As for the facilities, tourists can find several gazebos and toilets on the site. Not to mention the location is surrounded by big trees, creating a comfy atmosphere!
Exploring Moya Mabuku Park
The most common reason to visit Moya Mabuku Park is none other than relaxation. That means both locals and tourists can enjoy the atmosphere to relieve their stresses or boredom. It is because the park resides on the highland, so it features refreshing air and comfy nuance. This explains why most visitors are citizens and those who look for relaxation in the holidays. The nuance of the park is even suitable to enjoy family recreation, somehow.
The next reason why people keep coming to Moya Mabuku Park is definitely to enjoy sightseeing. It is because the site features a stunning panorama of the hill and mountains. From the park, tourists can see such beautiful natural views freely! Here is the tip. Those who want to see more splendid views should come at night, though. It is the only chance for witnessing sparkling lights of the nearby buildings after all.
Just because Moya Mabuku Park offers the best views at night, doesn’t mean it is only accessible at the time. The fact is that tourists can also witness amazing views of nature either in the morning or afternoon. While sightseeing, though, it is recommended to eat snacks and enjoy drinks. Therefore, everyone should consider carrying some foods when heading to the location. If not, they can buy these from nearby food vendors.
- Clove Plantation
- Gamalama Mountain
How to Get There
From Ternate City, it takes about 14 minutes to get to Moya Mabuku Park as the distance is 4.6 km. It can be faster, though, if they take Jati Lurus Street. Their first destination is Central Ternate Sub-District. Next, they can simply head to Moya Village where the park resides.
Where to Stay
- Nauli Hotel
- Kurnia Homestay
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