Hot Springs Semolon Waterfall
Semolon Waterfall is the largest and most unique hot springs as it flows rocky shaped like a ladder that is stratified. This area is also often used as a travel and recreation. Besides, the place is also believed to cure various skin diseases and other ailments. Lots of tourists both domestic and foreign tourists who visit to this Semolon Waterfall.
Location and Access
Semolon Hot Springs Waterfall Tourism Object located in Paking Village, Mentarang District, Malinau Regency of North Kalimantan.
Facilities and Accommodation
Semolon Hot Springs Waterfall panorama is so beautiful and natural. Here are provided cottages for tourists to spend the night while enjoying the fresh air and the typical Dayak dance. The plan the tourism official will build number of additional facilities such as playground arena, outbound, cycling arena, and other facilities.
Semolon Hot Springs Waterfall is flowing water that is so warm and clear which can energize and heal the itchy skin diseases and other diseases. Besides being able to enjoy the warm water, this place can also do rafting activity as an attraction for tourists. Besides there is also often used as a place for photography sessions because the place is very unique and attractive when used as the background of a photograph.
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