Sabtu, Oktober 31, 2009

Eksploring Rawa Pening In Tuntang

Eksploring Rawa Pening In Tuntang

"The train took us to the vast rice fields to Kedong Djati Station where there are bars and a replacement station to Ambarawa, climbed mountains. In Ambarawa was" Hotels on Top "is much better than" Hotel Bawa ". In the afternoon when the weather the cool, how comfortable driving around the city through the Fort William I. Then enjoy the beauty Toentang Waterfall, the train, heading Toentang Station. From Ambarawa we can also toward Magelang across three mountain scenery, Merbaboe, Telomojo, and Oengaran. "
Thus the picture of the beautiful scenery around the island of Java in the early 20th century, in 1900, which can be seen through the train. If viewed as a whole, actually writing the above is part of such a guidebook from direct experience of the writer who has to explore Indonesia.

Through a book entitled Guide Netherlands India, compiled by order of the Paketvaart Koninklijke Maatschappij (Royal Packet Company) (1903) was written by JF van Bemmelen and GB Hooijer. This book originally written in Dutch, but later translated into English.

Tuntang, located between Ambarawa and Salatiga, not only popular with the old station and waterfalls but also a lake that reminds of childhood we are about the legend of the boy who pulled a stick. Sticks were stuck into the ground and when the boy had pulled the magic stick that the whole land turned into a lake which later was named Rawa Pening.

Station remains Naamlooze Venootschap Spoorweg Nederlandsch Indische Maatschappij (NV NISM) was now no longer in operation. Any path through which the dead. Now a stop at this station was lorry tour of Ambarawa-Tuntang and vice versa. The station is located on the railway line which is also old, Bringin-Kedungjati-Tuntang-Ambarawa-Cashew-Bedono. Initially this path connects via Semarang-Solo Gundih stations and trains lines connect to Magelang that also not operate.

Until now, the beauty panorama on path-Tuntang Ambarawa still preserved as told Bemmelen and Hooijer century ago. Similarly, the scenery of coffee and rubber plantations is now made Agro Tlogo. From plantation heritage Maatscappij Tlogo Amsterdam in 1856, not only the lake that lies Rawa Pening but also the panorama of Mount Merbabu, Merapi, and Ungaran Telomoyo. From Bedono, Sejong coffee plantations are also promising sensation that is not less beautiful.

There is a plan of PT Kereta Api (KA) to revive the dead line for the purposes of transportation and tourism memories lane. If that happens, of course challenges both for PT KA and the tourism and accommodation providers to further increase the potential and their services.

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