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The Wakatobi Islands

   The Wakatobi islands are a remote treasure chest of unspoiled natural beauty. Located in the Sulawesi Tenggara Province, this regency is the perfect destination for travellers The regency of Wakatobi is an acronym of the islands comprising Wangi Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia and Binongko. Celebrated as having one of the best diving and snorkelling spots in the world, Wakatobi has no shortage of attractions. 

   The amazing marine diversity and reefs of Wakatobi have attracted scuba divers and snorkel enthusiasts from all over the world. With over 750 different species of coral and 942 species of fish, Wakatobi has the highest number of reef and fish species ever recorded. It is the second largest barrier reef in the world and encompasses a 1.4 million hectares - 900,000 of which is tropical coral reefs.

   In the village of Mola located on the island of Wangi-Wangi, resides a community of people that are truly unique in their lifestyle and history. The inhabitants of this village are from the ethnic group of Bajo who possess unbelievable skills such as walking on the ocean floor and diving at depths of 25-50 meters without the aid of scuba gear. 

   The surreal beauty of Sombano Lake which is located in the Sombano Village on Kaledupa island is absolutely breathtaking. The vast, dense and green mangrove forest is like no other in this region and the tranquil clear salt water lake which centres this delightfully scenic forest, is filled with uniquely vibrant red coloured crustaceans that can be seen from the surface

   The Kahyangan Summit, or otherwise known as Puncak Kahyangan or Puncak Tomia, is a hill on the island of Tomia which provides a fairytale landscape. The picturesque surroundings of seemingly never ending luscious grassland is perfect for beautiful photographs and watching awe inspiring sunsets. 

1. What does the text mostly tell us about?

A. The beauty of Wakatobi Islands as a nature.

B. The description of cultures in Wakatobi Islands.

C. The description of Wakatobi Island as a tourim destination.

D. The guide for travelers who want to go to Wakatobi. 

E. The diversity and reefs of Wakatobi Islands.

2. What made scuba divers from all over the world come to Wakatobi islands?

A. The cultural diversity.

B. The diversity of fish species.

C. The unique food and culture. 

D. The diving skill of Bajo people. 

E. The marine diversity and reefs.

3. Which of the following statements is true according to the text?

A. The ethnic of Bajo inhabit the Kadelupa Island.

B. Wakatobi has the largest barrier reef in the world.

C. Wakatobi is the name of an island in Sulawesi Province.

D. Wakatobi has the highest number of reef and fish species.

E. Wakatobi Islands lack of other sceneries that visitors can enjoy.

4. Which of the followings should be the main idea of the next paragraph?

A. The facts of Wakatobi Islands that people do not know. 

B. The reason why travellers should visit Binongko Island.

C. The reason why travellers should visit all of the islands.

D. The reason why travellers don’t need to Kadelupa Island.

E. The beauty of Tomia Island with its picturesque scenery.

5. “The regency of Wakatobi is an acronym of the islands comprising Wangi. Wangi, …” (Paragraph 1). The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….

A. Covering

B. Comparing

C. Compromising

D. Pampering 

E. Indulging

This text is for questions number 6 to 10

    Gunung Leuser National Park (TNGL) is one of Nature Conservation Areas in Indonesia that covers an area of 1,094,692 hectares. This forest is dominant in East Aceh, South Aceh and Langkat North Sumatra. It is well-known for the world-class coffee and tobacco. This Park covers more than 100 kilometers of the Bukit Barisan Mountains, known for its steep, mountainous terrain condition that is almost inaccessible. The stunning Alas river cuts this park into eastern and western parts, where you can find majestic scenery of tropical forests that will pamper your sight.

    Those who love to travel can start the adventure in this national park through Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, where the impressive orangutans live inside the forest. Gunung Leuser National Park and the surrounding area are known as the Leuser Ecosystem which becomes a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are approximately 130 species which can be identified in Gunung Leuser National Park, namely: Sumatran tigers, elephants, rhinos, gibbons, monkeys, leopards, reptiles, fish, and 325 species of birds.

    This park has the highest peak of 3,381 m and is one of the largest national parks in Indonesia and most diverse area of 7,927 km² on the northern tip of Sumatra. Gunung Leuser National Park itself takes its name from Mount Leuser (3404 M asl) in Aceh. The National park includes native ecosystems from the coast to the high mountains which are covered by dense tropical rain forests. This place is managed by the zoning system for the purpose of research, science, education, cultivation support, tourism, and recreation.

    Gunung Leuser National Park covers a very broad area, including mangrove forests, swamp forest, lowland rainforest, moss forest, and up to subalpine forest. With the various ecosystems that it has, the national park is actually a group of various nature reserves and forests, which is: Gunung Leuser Nature Reserve, Kappi Nature Reserve, Kluet Nature Reserve, Sikundur-langkat Wildlife Reserve, Ketambe Research Station, West Singkil, and Dolok Sembilin.

6. The writer’s purpose in writing the text is...

A. To explain how to reach Gunung Leuser National Park

B. To explain the area that belong to Gunung Leuser National Park 

C. To inform what ecosystems are in Gunung Leuser National Park

D. To describe Gunung Leuser National Park as a tourism destination

E. To describe animals and plants that are conserved in Gunung Leuser

7. Which of the followings is NOT an ecosystem in Gunung Leuser National 


A. Savannah. 

B. Moss forest. 

C. Swamp forest. 

D. Mangrove forests. 

E. Lowland rainforest.

8. Which of the following animals is the best known in Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra?

A. Tigers. 

B. Rhinos. 

C. Gibbons. 

D. Elephants. 

E. Orang utans.

 9. It can be understood from the text that Gunung Leuser National Park ….

A. is a tourism destination which is almost inaccessible

B. is a tourism destination with various ecosystems

C. is especially built for conserving orangutans

D. is the only national park in sumatra island

E. is mostly located on lowland areas

10. “The stunning Alas river cuts this park into eastern and western parts….” (Paragraph 1). The underlined word is closest in meaning to….

A. irritating 

B. affecting 

C. fascinating 

D. disheartening 

E. heart breaking

This text is for questions number 11 to 15

   Karimun Island, also known as Karimunjawa and Karimun Java, is a hidden paradise of Java, is an archipelago of 27 islands north of Semarang and off the coast of Central Java. Karimunjawa islands are about 80 km northwest of Jepara, a small town in Central Java. It can be reached by a ferry boat from Kartini Port in Jepara for about 3 hours.

    This place is well known by savvy travelers of Java that would like to find some beautiful beaches and sea without needing to leave to other parts of Indonesia. Many locals will also introduce you to this place, the pride of Central Java for having their very own white sand beaches and clear blue sea.

   A beautiful sea getaway from the hustle and bustle of the inland of Java, though Java mainland does bring a lot of charms, this is the answer to your cravings for sun, sea and sand. Also this place is not swarmed with tourists yet unlike the famous Bali of Indonesia. Therefore, you can find yourself enjoying the serenity of secluded and tranquil white beaches. Travelers come here to have a fix of snorkeling or diving as well, where the coral reefs are well protected.

   Visitors can rent a boat and go hopping from one island to another, exploring the sea and the beaches as they go. Snorkeling is a must here where the corals are plenty and the sea is clear and blue. There are many small islands to explore, such as Pulau Tengah, Tanjung Gelam and Menjangan Besar (touted most beautiful). 

   Having 35 types of corals, sponges, mixtures of fringing and barrier with depths of 15 to 40 meters, Karimunjawa can be another diving heaven, where you can meet a large variety of marine life and even shipwrecks. Good local diving spots here are Taka Panyawangan and Gosong Cemara.

   Another interesting thing to do here in Karimunjawa is to go fishing. You can rent a boat and go out to the various good fishing spots nearby to catch some lunch or dinner and finish it off with fresh coconut found easily around the islands.

    Ask the locals and hike or trek around, you may just find yourself from places with a beautiful panoramic view of the islands and the sea.

11. What is the best known of Karimunjawa Islands?

A. The fishing spots in the deep sea.

B. The white sand beaches and clear blue sea.

C. The diving spots of Panyawangan and Gosong Cemara.

D. The reachability of the islands by visitors.

E. The hiking trek around the islands.

12. Why do many tourists prefer Karimunjawa to Bali?

A. There are no fishing spots in the deep sea in Bali.

B. Bali is more expensive while karimunjawa is cheaper.

C. Bali is too crowded with tourists while Karimunjawa is not.

D. The sea in Bali is not as clear and blue as in Karimunjawa. 

E. Bali doesn’t have white sand beaches which Karimunjawa has.

13. Which of the following activities is tourists’ most favourite one to do in Karimunjawa?

A. Going on boats.

B. Fishing and hiking. 

C. Taking care of corals.

D. Diving and snorkelling.

E. Enjoying the view of the island.

14. Which of the following statements shows the difference between the fourth and fifth paragraphs?

A. The places to snorkel. Places to dive.

B. Activities to do in Karimunjawa. Places to explore in Karimunjawa.

C. Condition of the beaches in Karimunjawa. Conditions of the deep sea in Karimunjawa.

D. The condition of the corals. Condition of the marine life.

E. How to go hopping from one island to another. The depth of the sea.

15. “… bring a lot of charms, this is the answer to your cravings for sun, sea and sand” (Paragraph 3). The underlined word means….

A. need

B. desires

C. appetites 

D. enjoyment

E. satisfaction



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