goodmorningpapua.com. – Being famous for Bukit Jokowi, there is another paradise at Papua where President Jokowi recently visited, namely the Arafuru Sea. The Arafuru Sea or also known as the Laut Arafura is the waters between Australia and Papua Island. Having an area of about 650,000 square kilometers, it is not wondering that the Arafuru Sea has a fascinating underwater ecosystem.
The Arafura Sea also borders the Aru Islands to the north and the island of Papua to the east. As did President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana, in 2019. President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana visited the Arafuru Sea at twilight and enjoyed its charm by the sea. Together with First Lady Iriana, President Jokowi sat side by side facing the Arafuru Sea and watched the sun slowly set.
The Arafuru Sea is very convenient for visiting at dusk when the sky begins to turn to be reddish orange. The Arafuru Sea will appear so calm with the sunlight that seems to be sinking from the end of the water. The clouds will appear so vivid with stunning gradations of color.
In the past, with First Lady Iriana, President Jokowi sat side by side facing the Arafuru Sea and watched the sun slowly set. President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana looked so romantic when posing on the edge of the Arafuru Sea bridge.
On the edge of the Arafuru Sea bridge, President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana were also seen standing by holding hands. Cheerful expressions were clearly visible on their faces. President Jokowi and First Lady Iriana also had time to enjoy a dish while watching the enchantment of the Arafuru Sea. The Sea of Arafuru is an endless perennial romance.