Nearby Kuningan is a beautiful and rather scenic waterfall. The road is somewhat tricky to get to, perhaps 20-30 minutes via a local Angkot and then you will need to walk another 15 minutes through the park to get there, but it is worth it. Given that the water comes straight from the mountains, expect it to be very chilly! 🙂
The sign says don’t participate in any pornographic acts
High standards of safety sees the Angkot driver allowing his son to sit on his lap while driving a public bus…
The forest is lovely for a picnic, and does have public toilets and tables.
The road leaves a little to be desired
cool enough to bath in, actually cold!
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This is certainly a lot more impressive than the one that I trekked 2 hours through mosquito infested jungle in Flores to see! I know what you mean about the roads, we had to get out at certain points and walk so that the car could get up the steep, rutted tracks and through the mud. Fun though! 🙂
I must admit I was not expecting much, having often visited waterfalls in different parts of Asia, however, I was pleasantly surprised by this one. I’m annoyed that I cannot remember the name of it right now, but I will…
It really is, thank-you!
I should also, belatedly, like to point out that these pictures are not fantastic because my camera battery was flat so all I had was my phone camera. 😦
nice blog Pak…thanks for sharing the pics
Thanks for stopping by, I am glad you like my blog!
Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!
Thanks for visiting, I’m glad you liked it!