If you are traveling to Maluku you will probably come thought the capital which is known as Ambon and offers the main airport of the province as well as the main seaport. There area plenty of seaports and airfields as well as charterable flight available in the Maluku province area due to the logistics of travel around the different islands. During 1999 and 2004, there were bad riots in the Maluku islands although peace and normality have been restored and people are quietly getting on with their lives. The Ambon have never been on major popularity for visitors so despite what some of the travel companies may say, the Maluku island are an have been safe o visit for years and you do not need any kind of pass to visit any of the islands apart from certain national park islands.
Some o the more interesting features located around Ambon include the remnants of the old forts which were built by the Dutch East Indies Company. There is a great museum known as Siwa Lima where local arts and crafts are displayed as well as the links that these have to the traditional cultures and historic events.
The ANZAC War cemetery commemorates those who suffered and died in the war and is a good place for anyone of personal interest to visit. The fore mentioned diving is also a great reason to visit the the Maluku islands where you will see incredible sea life around the island of Pombo, Hunimoa and Ambon. These crystal clear waters offer bright corals and marine beauty to everybody from experienced divers to the first timers and there is also a great deal to see snorkeling as well. Enjoy all of this from one the beach bungalows or a 5 star hotel in Ambon with all of the expected facilities and a number of excellent services include island hopping tours.
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