Jemur Island is located approximately 45 miles from the capital of Rokan Hilir Regency, Bagan Siapiapi, and 45 miles from neighboring countries, namely Malaysia, and North Sumatra Province is the closest province to Jemur Island.
Jemur Island is actually a group of islands consisting of several islands, among others, Tekong Emas Island, Tekong Simbang Island, Labuhan Bilik Island, and other small islands.
Jemur Island has beautiful natural scenery and panoramas, besides that Jemur Island is very rich with marine products, besides that Jemur Island is inhabited by Turtle Species, wherein in certain seasons the turtles go up to the beach to lay eggs. 100 to 150 eggs per head.
Besides that, Jemur Island also has several other tourism potentials, including the Japanese Cave, the Suar Tower, the former human footprints, bone jars, the remains of Japanese defense, Panglima Layar stones, Marine Parks, and golden yellow sand beaches.