Bellarosa Waterfall in Lembang Sub-District, West Bandung Regency - Indonesia
Beautiful waterfalls reside in Lembang Sub-District and one of them is called Bellarosa. To be exact, the location is on Barukisu Street and it belongs to Suntenjaya Village. The locals are fond of this site due to its pristine environment, actually. These days, visitors also come from outside Lembang in order to feel such comfy nuance and take a rest before continuing their trip. The location is near to famous Pasing Angling Village, after all. That means tourists can enjoy two renowned vacation destinations in one go! So, what can they do in Bellarosa Waterfall area?
In terms of nuance, Bellarosa Waterfall offers both peaceful and pristine atmosphere. The flows of the water are not quite strong, though. Instead, they fall down slowly and beautifully (creating a soothing ambiance). No wonder, the sound of gurgling water is silent. What is next? Other features are bushes and trees that grow on the site. Plus, rocks and stones scatter randomly in this area. With all these natural features, visitors would feel content and spend hours on the site wholeheartedly! Thanks to such serenity.
Exploring Bellarosa Waterfall
The first thing to do when visiting Bellarosa Waterfall is to learn the history. In the past, the name was Keraton Waterfall! The name changed due to the request of the keeper of the site, which is Perhutani. The locals also agreed to such change, as they wanted to promote the waterfall to travelers out there. The purpose is none other than to attract more visitors to come to this place. Another interesting history is related to the landscape. Before being recognized by tourists, the waterfall was surrounded by lush forest and no facilities were available back then.
After learning the history of Bellarosa Waterfall, tourists can start exploring the site and enjoy the nuance. Such unspoiled environment would amaze everyone, for sure. Not only it offers majestic views, but it also provides a soothing atmosphere with the fresh air of Bukit Tunggul Mountain. From afar, the beautiful formation of pine trees is seen clearly. Have no worries. Visitors can rest for a while during trekking at traditional gazebos, residing near to the waterfall. What a great experience!
The next thing to do is to visit a famous spot called Batu Cinta or the stone of love. As the name suggests, the stone has the shape of a heart (which is suitable for photography). On this site, the locals often lit the bonfire during camping as well. It is because the waterfall resides near to the campground of Pasir Angling Village. Here is another important fact. The site provides a fishing spot for visitors, so make sure to enjoy fishing as well.
- Moko Hill
- Keraton Cliff
- Maribaya Waterfall
- Lalay Waterfall
- Luhur Waterfall
- Pasir Angling Village
How to Get There
In order to reach Bellarosa Waterfall, tourists need to go to Lembang Sub-District first. From Bandung City, the trip may take around 1 hour and 10 minutes as the distance is 23 km. This can be done through Dago Giri Street, actually. Later, they only need to head to Suntenjaya Village and reach the waterfall afterward.
Where to Stay
- Venetys Villa
- Cikole Jayagiri Resort
- Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
- Maribaya Lodge
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