Nilam Lake

Are you a traveller that love to water travel? Telaga Nilem (lake) in Kuningan, West Java could be an option. There is clear and fresh water here, making anyone tempted to splash into it. Located at the foot of Mount Ciremai, the water in this lake is very fresh. There are also nilem fish, which are said to be the origin name of this lake.

The right time to visit Nilem Lake is in the morning when there are still few visitors. At the afternoon, more people will arrive, both local residents and other travelers. In the morning, the water is still very clear. The depth itself is about 1-3 meters. If you can't swim, make sure you are with someone who is good at swimming.

The activity that you must carried out here is definitely underwater photos. The water is very clear, making the photos look clean as if they weren't in water. Very suitable for water lovers. Its access is quite difficult but you can still used map to get here. The lake water was very clear that you can see the bottom of the lake. A lot of people came to swim here and it was quite packed. The water seemed refreshing.

For those who don't want to get wet, you can still sit on the edge of the lake while putting your feet into the water or go around the nilem lake via land routes that have been made easier by a bridge. Relax while breathing the fresh air and watching the beautiful scenery here is still fun. Moreover, the atmosphere is really cool. So you can all get rid of fatigue.

The facilities themselves are very adequate. There are changing rooms, toilets, warungs, gazebos, merchandise shops, and tire rentals. Nilem Lake is very suitable as a tourist spot, for family tourism, with a partner or with friends. Guaranteed you will definitely want to come back here.

How to get there:
Nilem Lake is located in Kaduela Village, Pasawahan District, Kuningan Regency, West Java Province. The location is easily accessible because it is located between Kuningan, Cirebon and Majalengka Regencies. A traveler can choose which one is the easiest to reach.

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