Enjoying Fresh Water in Serambu Assing Waterfall, Tana Toraja Regency

South Sulawesi Province is famous for its culture, especially in Tana Toraja Regency. Apart from the culture, tourists can find many other attractions. For example, it is nature tourism. A stunning waterfall called Serambu Assing is located in Makale District. It becomes a recommended option for those who want to get closer to nature. Not to mention it helps tourists to relax and find peace. The waterfall is located in the middle of a forest. That means it offers an opportunity for hiking, as well.

The Nuance
The location is in Lembang Patongloan. It is part of Bittuang. Today, it becomes a favorite place to enjoy a vacation. The height of Serambu Assing Waterfall is about 70 meters and there are three levels available. From Makale District, the distance is 40 km. Despite its secluded location, the waterfall offers stunning beauty. For instance, it is the pond. The water is calm and fresh. That means visitors are likely to get in the water. Next, it is the nuance. You are likely to fall in love with the atmosphere. Many bushes and small plants surround the waterfall. Not to mention there are some stones.

Exploring Serambu Assing Waterfall
Once you reach Serambu Waterfall, you can feel relaxing atmosphere. Thanks to the beauty of nature. This location is surrounded by green plants, mountains, and many types of nature. In fact, it is considered an unspoiled tourist spot. On top of that, a route to reach the waterfall is comfortable. The local government has improved it over time as they want to lure more visitors to this location. Hopefully, it will be as famous as the culture of Tana Toraja itself.

In order to get to Serambu Assing Waterfall, you need to walk a bit. Have no worries. This becomes an opportunity for trekking. Despite the tiring trip, a beautiful landscape may astonish you along the way to the waterfall. However, the route is slippery during the rainy season. It is better to come in summer as you can avoid such hassle. If not, make sure to wear good footwear. This helps you avoid tripping and it provides the best comfort to your feet.

Approximately, you need to spend 30 minutes to reach the waterfall. That means you need to walk for about 3-4 km. It includes crossing a river and hiking. As for the tip, you must carry bottled water and some snacks. At least, these help you prevent hunger and thirst. This tiring trip will be no more once you have reached the location. The fresh water and beautiful scenery are indeed stunning.

Nearby Attractions

  • Na’Gandeng Museum
  • Tongkonan Pallawa
  • Ke’te’ Kesu

How to Get There
As for the trip, you need first head to Bittuang District. Still, it is part of Tana Toraja Regency. If you come from Makassar, the trip takes about 8 hours. It is because the distance is 332 km. The best route is Poros Barru – Makassar Street. As for the tip, you need to take a private car. It is a fast and comfortable type of transportation, after all.

Where to Stay

  • Misiliana Hotel
  • Torsina Hotel
  • Pison Hotel

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