Tegan Kiri Waterfall

Bungo regency in Jambi has some very interesting attractions to visit, one of which is Tegan Kiri waterfall. This waterfall has a height of 10 meters with beautiful natural views and still genuine. This waterfall comes from the hills with a height of 26 meters. This waterfall is precisely located in the Rantau Pandan hamlet, Rantau Pandan Subdistrict. This waterfall is also now becomes the source of water for residents of Rantau Pandan.

Tegan Kiri waterfall was first discovered by Orang Kubu or Suku Anak Dalam (SAD), they then told to the villagers. The descendants of those who find this waterfall is now keeping the waterfall. They consist of two families; the family who guards the entrance and parking area.

To go to the location of Tegan Kiri Waterfall, we have to travel overland at a distance of approximately 30 km from the capital of Bungo, Muara Bungo, Jambi. The Visitors can use a motorcycle or private car and we must to pay admission fee for Rp. 10,000 / person and pay for parking about Rp. 5,000 / vehicle.

After arriving at location, visitors should down to the stairs of concrete to reach the point of Tegan Kiri Waterfall. However, the visitors will not be disappointed when reaching the waterfall, for all the tiredness will vanish after seeing the beautiful landscape around the waterfall.

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