Natural Adventure to Bukit Jambul
Bukit Jambul is located on the border between Pesaban and Nongan village, are included in the Rendang district, Karangasem regency.
To get to Bukit Jambul from Denpasar the distance is about 51 kilometers through the road to Besakih tourism area.
To reach Bukit Jambul is very easy by using four wheels or two wheels vehicle because it is already supported by good road, it is also located on the side of the road.
Bukit Jambul tourist area is an area of natural tourist destination owned by Karangasem, which is located on a hill so the surrounding air was cool and comfortable.
Like the other natural sights in the district, a major tourist attraction of Bukit Jambul was also found in the natural landscape of the combination of panoramic hills, fields, valleys, and ocean views.
From a height at Bukit Jambul, tourists can witness the beauty of natural scenery which is very charming and fascinating.
On the edge of the uphill and meander road we can see patches of terraced rice fields and clove trees growing in the fertile hills.
On the East we will see the high hills in the area of Sidemen and on the South we can see rice field area.
As a tourist area, Bukit Jambul is facilitated with a large parking area and there is a restaurant that is quite nice and large and able to accommodate visitor groups.
Bukit Jambul is also the resting place (stopover) so it is often visited by both foreign and domestic tourists that will travel to Besakih Temple or vice versa.
In general, the tourists who stop here for lunch and drink, while break they can also enjoy the natural panorama of Bukit Jambul that has a calm and cool atmosphere. Visitors who stop by often capture the natural landscape of Bukit Jambul with his camera.
According to information from the Pesaban village elders, Bukit Jambul exist and is known since the Dutch colonial period in Indonesia, in which it was given by the tourists who visit.
Bukit Jambul is taken from the name of the high hill located in the south of the road between Klungkung and Besakih.
At the top of the hill there is a temple called Pura Puncak Sari. Around the area of Puncak Sari temple large and very dense trees are growing. While under the temple complex there are rice fields so that the heavily wooded hilltop looks like a “crest”.Filed under: Travel & Culture