A breathtaking waterfall surrounds by green nature.
Located in Cisarua Village, approximately 10 kilometers from Cimahi, or about an hour from Bandung, Curug (Sundanese for waterfall) Cimahi is suitable for people who want to escape from metropolitan area but have little time to travel. The 85 meters high waterfall is indeed a magnificent sight. It will take just 30 minutes walk to the waterfall. The sight of the green shrubs and trees will greet you as you become nearer and nearer to Curug Cimahi.
The site provides you with chances of shooting fabulous pictures. You are free to feast your eyes in the magnificent sight of the waterfall or take a dive. If you’re lucky, you can even glimpse a rainbow here.
Make sure that you are fit when you want to visit this site. While walking to Curug Cimahi is relatively easy (you’ll be going downhill), upon returning you might face some difficulties in walking uphill.
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