Sumur Tiga Beach is located on the east coast of Weh Island or about 15 minutes from Sabang City, precisely in Ie Meule Subdistrict, Sukajaya, Sabang, Weh Island, Aceh Province. It is said that the origin, the name of the Sumur Tiga Beach, is due to having three freshwater wells there. Therefore, the place was named after Sumur Tiga Beach. Sumur Tiga Beach has different characteristics from Iboih Beach or Gapang Beach. The sand at Sumur Tiga Beach is whiter whiter like crystal and soft even though the water is slightly choppy. Panorama of the beach stretches the blue sea combined with a breeze that moves the palm on the beach.
In addition, a clear beach with turquoise sea water is a sight that is very soothing to the soul. Coconut trees exhaled by the sea breeze will surely lull you when lying on the sand beach or sitting in the grass and under the coconut trees. Meanwhile, at this beach location there are also historical sites from Japan. Namely, the number of fortresses left over from the Japanese Occupation, although not well maintained, can still be found in the Sumur Tiga beach area. Sumur Tiga Beach can be said as a paradise for those of you who like to do diving and snorkeling and wind surfing.