The Muslim part of the capital, Tual, has a cemetery with old, crooked trees, which faces the sea and some old mosques, and is a good sunset watching spot. There are both old and new graves, which are all surrounded by low walls. Directly on the beach Pasir Panjang, there is another cemetery.
Near Ohoidertawun beach, a cliff has some ancient paintings, which are similar to paintings found in coastal areas of Papua and Northern Australia. They are thought to be made of dyes from plants, and show motives such as hunters, but also hand prints, and figures that remind of suns and spirals. On this cliff there is a cave with human bones in it. About a century ago, strangers who entered the beach would be considered to be intruders and killed. In a symbolic way, small parts of the enemy would also be eaten.