PILGRIMAGE TOURIMS TO SERIBU ISLANDS
Seribu Islands have a million charms and also have a variety of tourist destinations that you certainly shouldn't miss.
One of the interesting destinations is pilgrimage tourism. Here are some pilgrimage tourist destinations in Seribu Islands that have been summarized by Jakarta Tourism,
1. The Grave of King Pandita
The Grave of King Pandita is one of the pilgrimage tourism attraction on Tidung Island. The king of Pandita named Aji Muhammad Sapu with the nickname Kaca was born in Malinau, North Kalimantan on July 20, 1817
King Pandita, who has the title Raja Tidung XXI, is a king who comes from the Tidung tribe, North Kalimantan. He lead the fight against colonialism but he was caught by the Dutch and exiled to an island that is now called Pulau Tidung and then died on Tidung Island in 1898.
How to get to the Grave of King Pandita:
The location of King Pandita's grave can be found about 20 minutes from the main pier of Tidung Besar Island
2. The Grave of Black Commander
Black Commander or usually called Kumpi Turuf is a Malaysian Great Commander who fled from the Kingdom of Malaysia to Java with Pincess Malaysia and stopped at Panjang Island, North Seribu Islands.
After that Panglima Hitam left and stayed on Tidung Kecil Island. While on the island, Black Commander taught religious knowledge to the residents, it's said that the religious knowledge he taught was obtained from the Wali Allah, Maulana Malik Ibrahim until his death on Tidung Kecil Island.
How to get there
Habib Ali Bin Ahmad Bin Zein Al-'Aidid, a scholar who dared to pioneer da'wah in remote areas and succeeded. He is a scholar and preacher from Adramut who first spread Islam in Panggang Island and its surroundings.
How to ger there,
The Grave of Habib Ali Bin Ahmad Bin Zein Al-'Aidid's is located on Panggang Island.