Putri Malu Waterfall
Situated in Way Kanan area, Putri Malu Waterfall is one of the tourist attractions in Lampung which may rarely visited by the public because of the exhausting trekking. This interesting and unspoiled place is more frequented by nature lovers who then take pictures and swim under the waterfall.
The name of Putri Malu or the shy princess is taken from the shape of the waterfall that look like bent so that it seems like a shame. Putri Malu Waterfall has 80 meters high. Along the way to reach the waterfall, if we are lucky, we can find wild strawberries that freshly taste sweet and sour at the same time.
The location of this waterfall is genuinely beautiful and can be an alternative destination for having recreation. The lush green nuance is combined with the wet tropical forest that still virgin and unspoiled. For those who come to this place are better to have your own meals and drinks for there are no stalls around the waterfall.
Have distance around 46 km from the Capital District Way Kanan, Blambangan Umpu. It is easily accessible from Sumatra highway by passingg from SMUN 1 Baradatu high school juction.
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