The Fresh Morning Splash of Boroma Gorontalo Waterfall

The Fresh Morning Splash of Boroma Gorontalo Waterfall – One more natural tourism that is a pity if you don’t visit Gorontalo. The name, Boroma waterfall. This recently famous tourist spot is located in North Tamaila Village, Tolangohula District, Gorontalo District (Kabgor).

The Fresh Morning Splash of Boroma Gorontalo Waterfall


adhocpublications – To come to this tourist location, visitors can ride two- and four-wheeled vehicles to get to the starting location. Furthermore, visitors walk with a travel time of about 2 hours.

Even though it is only 2 hours away, the terrain to this location is quite challenging and extreme. Large and slippery rocks are one of the toughest challenges for those who want to feel the freshness of Boroma waterfall.

However, the trip to this location is not really felt, because along the way, visitors are presented with extraordinary natural scenery. The sound of water splashing can make you feel tired on the way immediately disappeared.

Boroma Waterfall is indeed famous for its beauty. In addition to the natural ecosystem that is still maintained, the surrounding forest area still looks beautiful. That’s why the water in this place is clear and cold enough.

Water Can Be Drinked Directly

“Although challenging, but the beauty is quite stunning. The cool air in the morning wants us to linger in this place,

Not only that, said Reza, this clean and clear water can provide its own sensation. This clear and fresh water can also be drunk immediately, although without having to be cooked first.

“Playing on the rocky cliffs of this waterfall is very cool. In addition to the cold water, local residents show that the water can be drunk immediately. I was curious and immediately tried it, wow it turns out fresh too,” he said.

Another visitor, Syahran admitted, had never seen a waterfall as beautiful as this. According to him, Boroma waterfall not only offers clean water, but also provides stunning natural beauty.

“Indeed, this waterfall is not as high as other waterfalls. However, the natural beauty of this place is second to none,” said Syahran.

“Anyway, I hope that visitors do not pollute the place and should protect it with its preservation,” he emphasized.


Singapore Bubble Travel Plans, These Riau Islands Tourism Objects are Featured

Singapore Bubble Travel Plans, These Riau Islands Tourism Objects are Featured – Riau Islands hopes that the travel bubble policy with Singapore can be implemented in its territory to increase the number of tourists. A number of exclusive tourist areas in the archipelago province are considered suitable to implement the policy plan.

Singapore Bubble Travel Plans, These Riau Islands Tourism Objects are Featured


adhocpublications – Head of the Riau Islands Tourism Office, Buralimar stated that the travel bubble concept was suitable, among others, in Nongsa, Lagoi, Cempedak Island, Nikoi Island, Kepri Coral and Telunas. A number of these areas are considered exclusive.

“There are no people there. A comprehensive and strict health protocol can be applied,” said Buralimar, Monday, January 25, 2021.

With the travel bubble policy, citizens from the two countries who made the agreement can freely visit and free from quarantine obligations. The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy is seeking to open a limited border with Singapore, through a travel bubble policy, especially in Bintan and Batam, which have so far relied on visits by foreign tourists from the Lion country.

Buralimar also plans to invite hygiene certification issuing authorities in Singapore to check health protocols in Bintan Regency, Riau Islands. “We will invite SG Clean to check our health protocol,” he said.

SG Clean is a campaign to improve public hygiene standards amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Singapore. SG Clean certificate is given for hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions and others that meet the requirements.

According to Buralimar, the certification is needed to convince prospective travelers from Singapore to have a vacation in Riau Islands if the travel bubble applies. In addition, in order to convince Singaporean travelers to visit, the Covid-19 transmission rate must be suppressed for 21 days. “This week it has been sloping. That’s what we hope, the transmission rate is sloping, and the vaccine is successful,” he said.


After 23 years of closure, beaches in East Aceh are again open for tourism

After 23 years of closure, beaches in East Aceh are again open for tourism – A number of beaches in East Aceh Regency will be reopened for tourism. The beach was previously closed for 23 years due to the heightened armed conflict in Aceh.

After 23 years of closure, beaches in East Aceh are again open for tourism


adhocpublications – This was said by the Head of the Tourism, Youth and Sports Office of East Aceh Nauli, quoted from Antara, Wednesday (27/1/2021).

“We are no longer closing the beach as a tourist attraction. The opened beach will be developed according to Islamic tourism,” he said.

His party has asked the village to make a gampong qanun on tourism procedures.

Qanuns are the basis for implementing and implementing the rules at tourist sites. All visitors will have to comply with Islamic law, “he said.

He also asked the village head to create a tourism awareness group that would develop Islamic tourism.

“We also provide an understanding that the opening of coastal tourism objects will create jobs for the community, thereby reducing unemployment,” he explained.

He admitted that there are still limited facilities in beach tourism objects. However, his party is working on this matter.

“Moreover, currently village funds can be used for facilities in tourist objects, but the process is not as easy as turning a palm,” he concluded.


Maros Dispudpar Rely on Local Tourists to Increase Visits in Bantimurung

Maros Dispudpar Rely on Local Tourists to Increase Visits in Bantimurung – During the Covid-19 pandemic, a number of tourist attractions were confirmed to have decreased visitors, this also happened in the Bantimurung Nature Tourism Area which is directly managed by the Maros Regency Government’s Culture and Tourism Service (Disbudpar).

Maros Dispudpar Rely on Local Tourists to Increase Visits in Bantimurung


adhocpublications – Even so, his party continues to carry out promotions to attract visitors to continue traveling by applying health protocols that have been determined by the central and regional governments.

The head of the Maros Regency Culture and Tourism Office, M Ferdiansyah, explained that his party continued to update the application of health protocols in tourist areas and also vacation methods which of course continued to pay attention to health protocols.

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“We must continue to innovate and see the development of tourist areas, today we see a growing trend in the tourism sector, the method is staycation, or being a tourist in the city itself,” he said, Saturday (30/1/2021).

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Ferdiansyah continued, if the staycation vacation method is indeed catching up with local people, especially those in South Sulawesi, even Maros Regency.

“We can see now, a number of airports have tightened the arrival of residents outside the targeted island, this moment is what we catch, where the people of South Sulawesi can feel living in a tourist area with a new atmosphere,” he explained.

In line with that, the Head of Tourism, Disbudpar Maros, Yusriadi Arief, revealed that a number of facilities at KWA Bantimurung really support people who want to have a Staycation vacation.

“KWA Bantimurung is very supportive of this staycation, because we have provided lodging at KWA Bantimurung, whether we have a hotel or guesthouse, they can stay while exploring the beauty of Bantimurung, feel breakfast on the riverbank in the morning and sleep accompanied by direct animal sounds,” he said.

“We are ready to accommodate the wishes of visitors who stay overnight to enjoy the natural atmosphere and also of course with health protocols,”


4 Horror Movie Destinations

4 Horror Movie Destinations – DO YOU want to visit a tourist spot that has been used as a place for shooting horror films? There are many destinations in Indonesia!

4 Horror Movie Destinations


adhocpublications – Maybe you have ever known where the house of Pengabdi Setan, a horror film that was booming in 2017. Or also a line of other films such as Lawang Seru which is also creepy.

So, take a closer look at the row of horror tourist destinations that were once used as film shooting locations.

The House of the “Servant of Satan”

Rumah “Pengabdi Setan” is one of the places that has been used to shoot one of the most viral horror films in Indonesia. This house is located in Pangalengan Bandung, precisely in the PTPN VIII area, Kertamanah Village, Margamukti Village, Pangalengan District, Bandung Regency, West Java.

Initially this place was used as a shooting location, but now many tourists have visited this place to just take pictures or wander around to see the original shape of the house.

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Inside the house, there is a large area and the walls are decorated with wallpaper with white flower patterns and in the back area, there is an old well.

This tourist spot is known to be haunted and many of its “watchmen” are said to be women.

The number of mystical stories circulating is one of the factors that attract tourists to visit this location. How, are you interested?

Satonda Island

Satonda Island is an island that was formed from a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. This island is an island in West Nusa Tenggara Province. To be able to visit it, it takes approximately 5 hours from the city of Dompu by motorized vehicle and boat.

One of its features is that there is a saltwater lake on Satonda Island. From the research results, the level of alkalinity is very high compared to sea water in general.

If you visit there, you will find many trees called Kalibuda or “Hope Tree”. It is said that the tree is believed to be able to grant all requests by hanging whatever is requested while praying to the ancestors.

This island was used for the shooting location for the film Jailangkung, which was released in 2017. For tourists who are staying there, there are lodging services starting at IDR 800 thousand to IDR 1.5 million per night.

Lawang Sewu

Lawang Sewu is a historical building located in Semarang City, Central Java. It is called “Lawang Sewu” because this building has many doors. Built in 1904 and completed in 1907.

This building holds many mystery stories, because in it there is a torture room and a prison room that are considered haunted by the public. However, it does not reduce the interest of tourists to visit the building.

Not only as a tourist spot, but many also choose to be the location for pre-wedding photoshoot. If you want to visit, this tourist spot opens from seven in the morning and closes at nine at night.

The Lawang Sewu building has also been appointed as a theme and setting for making horror films in 2017.

The Horror Tour of the TPU Jeruk Purut

The Horror Tour of TPU Jeruk Purut became widely known by the public in 2006, which is located in the city of Jakarta. This location is known to be very mystical and terrible.

This tour started to become a tourist spot after the film, played by Sheila Marcia Joseph, managed to shake the hearts of the audience to come and visit this location.

Many tourists visit this place to test their guts. There are several favorite spots for tourists while testing their guts. For example, sacred object trees, twin trees, object trees, bird-headed rea ghosts and sacred wells that are approximately 70 years old.

If you are interested in testing your guts, you can meet the caretaker whose residence is not far from the tomb, approximately 5-10 meters. The caretaker is usually called “babeh” by the local community.

Before doing the guts test, tourists usually get some advice from the caretaker, such as not stepping over a tombstone, saying dirty things, to littering.