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Telun Berasap waterfall, Jambi - Sumatra - Indonesia
Telun Berasap waterfall is a natural attractions in Kerinci, Jambi Province. Waterfalls are sourced from rivers that disgorge the Seven Mountain Lake which flows through a steep cliff with a height of about 50 meters.
Jambi people call Waterfall Telun Berasap because of the large flow of water coming down, giving rise to "water fog" around him.
Behind the Waterfall Telun Berasap, there is a cave. Local people did not dare to enter the cave because the terrain is so difficult to pass. Waterfalls are very heavy with a high cliff, causing the cave was never visited by the public and the tourists who visit the Falls attraction Telun Berasap.
Telun Barasap waterfall overlooking the beautiful, with a heavy flow of water so as to form a soft splash like white smoke or also known as water mist. Droplets of water vapor formed from the water mist is beautiful colored light when illuminated by reflecting the sun shining colorful light.
This waterfall is located in the Village Telun Berasap, District Kayu Aro, Kerinci, Jambi Province, Indonesia.
Location can be reached by landline with three alternatives. First, the journey starts from Jambi City to the River Overflowing with a distance of about 500 km, while the latency for around 10 hours using public transportation, rental cars or private cars.
Secondly, the trip can be started from the city of Padang to Tapan then proceed to the river Filled with 278 km distance. Travel time taken for about seven hours using public transportation, rental cars or private cars.
Third, the journey starts from Padang to Muaralabuh, then proceed to grit Tuo. The distance from the city of Padang to the scene about 211 miles and can be reached in about 5-6 hours using public transportation, rental cars or private cars.
Full River in the city (the capital of Kerinci district), there are a lot of jasmine grade hotels with rates from USD. 15000.00-USD .100.000,00 (February 2008). Hotels are quite comfortable as a place to stay with a good enough service. For matters of eating and drinking, it was not fitting that during the Kerinci Payo not try to eat Rice, Curried Fish semah, Beteko Jerky, Nuts Tojin, Lemang and Oranges Pelompek, or drinking coffee and tea Kayu Aro Kerinci.
photo by tole kerinci
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