A sweet sunrise from Bukit Cinta, Rawapening

The place I came on last 2 weeks called Bukit Cinta (or in English you may call it Love Hill). Its located on Kebondowo, Banyubiru, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. You can reach this place for about 40 minutes by car from Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.

If you want to catch the beautiful sunrise here, you may start from Semarang at 4 o’clock in the morning. You will see the beautiful scenery with the sunrise in the morning. The sun welcome you with warm of its ray.

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Beautiful scenery of the lake Rawapening
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Morning sunrise on the lake of Rawapening

As for sightseeing water like fishing , water skis , or around lake Rawapening can be enjoyed to hire a motorboat .

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The boats with sunrise just came out on the backgroud

Bukit Cinta is a small hill located on the edge of Rawapening Lake.Transportation heading to this place is very easy and cheap, only about about 5 km from the city of Ambarawa toward to Salatiga through Banyubiru.

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The fisherman starting to do fishing early in the morning

Once you have travel to Indonesia, don’t forget to visit this beautiful place. This would welcome you with its beauty.

Cheers for more adventure!

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2 Replies to “A sweet sunrise from Bukit Cinta, Rawapening”

  1. I enjoyed visiting Rawa Pening but I saw the sunset instead. It was very beautiful but I felt sorry for the lake. Is it still choked with the water hyacinth? I read on Wikipedia that the lake will be dry soon if it’s not brought under control. That would be bad news for the area.

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    1. Hi Dan,

      Thank you for stopping by on my blog and appreciate for your comment.

      At the time I went to the place the water hyacinth has decreased; I think the local government paid attention to clean it up. It is a hard work for them to clean up all of it, since it was has long been growing. The water debit was increased on this rainy season in Indonesia.

      Let’s hope that we could still enjoy visiting the Rawapening.

      Cheers for more adventure

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