Marine Supplier Indonesia in Port of Krueng Geukueh, Aceh
Aceh is a special region (Indonesian: daerah istimewa) of Indonesia, located at the northern end of Sumatra. It is close to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India and separated from them by the Andaman Sea. Aceh was first known as Aceh Darussalam (1511–1959) and then later as the Daerah Istimewa Aceh (1959–2001), Nanggroë Aceh Darussalam (2001–2009) and Aceh (2009–present). Past spellings of Aceh include Acheh, Atjeh and Achin. The province of Aceh has the highest proportion of Muslims in Indonesia, mainly living according to Sharia customs and laws. Geographical position located at coordinates : 5°33′N 95°19′E
Besides its landmarks, royal heritage sites, and attractive beaches, Banda Aceh is also famous for its Warong Kupie (Coffee Shops) where specially brewed coffee is served. There are two kind of brewed coffees Ulee Kareng and Brawe coffee.
Several festivals are held annually by the City:
- Banda Aceh Festival
- Festival Krueng Aceh Peunayong
- Festival Geulayang Tunang (kite festival)
- Festival Kupi, etc.
- Indonesia City Expo
There are 3 beaches close to Banda Aceh which can visited by car or motor cycle in 15 to 20 minutes:
- Ujong Batee Beach, a black sand beach with calm waves, suitable for swimming and kids activities
- Lhok Nga Beach, dangerous for swimming
- Lampu’uk Beach, very quiet, the most developed beach, visited by local and foreign tourists, suitable for surfing and watching the sunset; has cliffs and good scenery