Travel To Balemkambang Beach on Malang

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Malang is a cool area for travel that located 90 km of south Surabaya ( East Java ). Malang has been famous since the Dutch colonial period as a tourist destination. So many Beautiful Places in Malang that you can visit for your holiday travel. When you decided having travel to malang district, you should come to this beach, th name is Balekambang. Balekambang Beach is located in District Bantur ± 65 km south of Malang. This beach can be reached through the District Gondanglegi and District Bantur, proceed to the Srigonco Village.

This trip can also be achieved through Kepanjen District, Pagak District turn to the left to the District Bantur. Balekambang beach is quite captivating. This is also supported with adequate facilities, where parking area, camping ground, souvenir shops, restaurants, office information, bungalows, swimming pool and earth scout camp. So, when you are traveling to Malang and get your holiday to Balekambang beach, you should doesn’t worry with your daily need.

Balekambang beach is sloping and filled with coral sea, which extends along the 2 km wide with 200 meters to the sea, when the water low you can looks many beautiful fish and other marine animals diverse, this is very beautiful scenery. Visible in offshore there are three islands to the west line, Ismoyo Island, the Anoman island and the Wisanggeni islan.


Ismoyo island stood a magnificent Temple, the place is connected by a bridge. In Suro month ( Javas Calendar ), the Balekambang beach quite busy with tourist from domestic or foreign that having travel to here. There are special events at the beach this Balekambang the ceremony Surohan (Suro'an) and Jalanidhi Puja Ceremony. It’s beautiful places, isn’t it. So, I recommend you for having travel in malang and come to Balekambang beach in Suro month ( Javas Calendar ).



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3 komentar:

  1. there's two things i love... travel and movies, thanks for this place.. keep up the good work

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  3. Keep exposing your readers to content like this because a blog like this can really educate us on places we dont much about or never heard of. Keep up the good work.

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