Tirai Hujan Hill in Karang Intan Sub-District, Banjar Regency - Indonesia
What makes Banjar Regency is worth a visit? That’s the question. Tourists have different reasons to visit the region, though. For instance, they want to explore any available hills that scatter in different parts of Banjar. Here is an example. The name is Tirai Hujan Hill and it is located in Karang Intan Sub-District, Indonesia. Actually, it is the part of Sultan Adam Forest Park and belongs to Mandiangin Village. No wonder, trekkers can witness the peak of the forest park from the top of the hill. Some people also come to the site to do camping, in fact.
In terms of nuance, Tirai Hujan Hill has various types of landscapes. That means tourists may find savannas, rocky land, and shady trees there. Not to mention an amusing Waterfall resides in that area. Some spots are available to build a tent and enjoy camping, as well. When it comes to the best attractions, these include Patrabulu Hill, Tahura Peak, and stunning sunrise in the morning. Before trekking, though, tourists should park their vehicle near to the guard post and pay the entrance fee. Have no worries. The fees are quite affordable.
Exploring Tirai Hujan Hill
The trip starts from the guard post or parking area. Before trekking, tourists should ensure to pay the fee and park their vehicle first. Here is the good thing. It doesn’t take much time to get to the top of the hill. That means visitors won’t spend much stamina as well. During trekking, in fact, they can witness other hills and natural attractions! It gives them the opportunity to take good pictures of those objects for sure. Later, once arriving at the peak, they can either enjoy sightseeing or start building the tent.
People have a different reason to visit Tirai Hujan Hill, but most of them want to enjoy trekking indeed. Other popular activities are photography and camping. For those who want to spend a night at the hill, though, they must find the best spot to build the tent. It is better to get information from the locals first, therefore. At night, the atmosphere feels so cold so campers should have prepared warm clothes and blanket. Not to mention it is better not to come alone.
Here is an important tip. Regardless of the purposes, everyone should only come during a good weather. Rain may ruin the chance for camping and reduce the fun of trekking, after all. Another important consideration is regarding the guide service. First-timers should consider hiring a porter or local guide, so they can reach the top of the hill in a more efficient manner.
- Mandiangin Fort
- Mandiangin Waterfall
- Dutch Pond
- Pamaton Mountain
- Tiung Blue Lake
- Patrabulu Hill
- Besar Hill
- Tirai Hujan Waterfall
How to Get There
From Martapura City, tourists can take any local transportation service or private vehicle and head to Karang Intan Sub-District. Next, they need to visit Mandiangin Village and reach the guard post of Tirai Hujan Hill before trekking. The whole trip takes about 50 minutes, as the distance is 22.1 km. As for the best route, it is PM Noor Street.
Where to Stay
- Padjio Hotel
- Riawahyudi Hotel
- Yudilesmana Hotel
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