Alam Tirta Surya Baths
Alam Tirta Surya Baths is one of the attractions that located in the village of Mengkubang, District manggar, East Belitung, Bangka Belitung province. This bath is one of tourist attractions that crowdly visited in East Belitung province during the day.
This tourist attraction was built in 1993 and it has a natural water sources originating from Lake Kepayak that never dries during dry season. There are two pools with different depths, one for the adults and one for children visitors. You can swim in this pool and feel the freshness of natural water.
The facilities that available at Tirta Surya Nature Baths are including a children's playground, restroom, entertainment stage and a large parking area.
Tirta Surya Nature Baths is about 70 km from the airport H.A.S. Hanandjoeddin, Tanjungpandan, which you can travel using rental vehicles with rental rates ranging from Rp. 350,000. Or if you are already in the city center, you can hire a motorcycle taxi to get to the place. From Manggar, Tirta Surya Nature Baths is only about eighteen kilometers.
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