The pulse of beautiful Kei, Tual-Langgur paints a portrait of original life in eastern Indonesia. Modern but still intact with their customs, the two villages which make up Tual-Langgur are distinct and impressive in their own way. One with its rainbow of floating houses, the other dotted with red-white buildings (the national colours of Indonesia), flags and portraits of heroes – one of the most patriotic villages you’ll ever see! Tual is mostly Muslim, located on Kei Dullah, and the main seaport of Kei. Langgur hosts the only airport located on Kei Kecil, and is mostly Catholic. Both live harmoniously together to make up the capital city and provide a warm welcome to the tiny number of adventurous travellers who venture here.