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Jeneberang Waterfall in Gowa, South Sulawesi

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If the Covid-19 pandemic is over and you can travel again, please visit Indonesia, especially South Sulawesi. To travel to South Sulawesi, you feel incomplete if you haven't been to Malino, a nature tourism located in Malino Village, Tinggi Snout District, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi. One of the natural attractions that should not be missed in the City of Flowers is Jeneberang Waterfall. Jeneberang Waterfall falls between high cliffs. The place is hidden in the upstream of the Jeneberang River. The sound of splashing water makes the feel of nature even more serene.

Jeneberang waterfall was formed because of a disaster. The dam that was destroyed by the flood of the Jeneberang River formed a beautiful waterfall. This waterfall flows in the middle of the crush of rocks. So, it is beautiful and stunning. When viewed from below, Jeneberang Waterfall is like a curtain. Two rushing streams of water flow between two high cliffs. At the bottom, there are natural rocks that meet the flow of river water. You can immediately feel the freshness of the water by sitting under these rocks. If you love photography, you can capture yourself there with a backdrop of high rocks and waterfall views.

Malino's natural tourism location is 90 kilometers from Makassar City, the capital of the province of South Sulawesi. From Malino, to Jeneberang waterfall, you have to pass through the Jeneberang River. The reason is that this charming waterfall is hidden in the upstream of the Jeneberang River. The road to the location of Jeneberang Waterfall is quite challenging. You also have to pass through the river rocks and down the cave with high cliffs. Along the way, your eyes will be spoiled with natural rocks covered with plants. You just pay an entrance ticket worth Rp10,000 and you will be satisfied to explore this exotic waterfall. The best time to visit Jeneberang Waterfall is during the dry season, because the river current is not too heavy.

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