Way Belerang Hot Spring

Way Belerang hot spring is located at the foot of Rajabasa Mountain, conveniently located about 4 km from Kalianda city center (km 57). This recreation area is a bathing place that perfect for maintaining healthy skin and body fitness. The complex is also equipped with rooms for bath and rinse, locker rooms, parking facilities, stalls that selling food and drink.

Administratively, this place is part of Bumiagung Village. The ticket is also very affordable for everyone. If using motorcycles, the visitors are only charged Rp 5000 for parking ticket. But, if the visitors using car during visit, the tickets that must be paid is Rp 10.000, and another Rp. 10.000 is for the entrance fee.

There is an integrated hotel with hot tubs that located in Buah Brak village, not far from the hot springs. All rooms are facilitating like common 3 stars hotels. The location of sulfur hot springs is near from downtown Kalianda. Rental Motorcycle or taxis are available around the city center at the rate of Rp. 25.000, - / person.

Way Belerang is a hot water baths that sourced from sulfur that exit directly from the bottom of the pool; there is also a source of running water that directly run from the mountain Rajabasa, Kalianda, and Southern Lampung.

If reaching this place from Bandar Lampung, we will travel as far as 65km, or it takes 2 hours drive by using four-wheel vehicles. The route starts from the Soekarno-Hatta (By Pass) and Sumatra highway up to the city of Kalianda. When reached at the intersection of Kalianda city, steered the vehicle to the right toward the office of South Lampung Regent. From the intersection we will travel as far as 5km to the location of Way Belerang Kalianda, South Lampung.

The location of Way Belerang is on the slopes of Rajabasa Mt, that makes the atmosphere is still cool and refreshing, with line of big trees that make the shady nuance over the situation around the place.

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