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Time Required : 1 - 2 hours

Entry Fee : Children - IDR 1000
Adults - IDR 2000

Timings : 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Pemandian Cibulan, Cirebon Overview

Pemandian Cibulan is a bath or a pond and is a collection of hot springs located in the Cirebon Regency of West Java Province, Indonesia. It is a famous tourist attraction in Cirebon and draws visitors from around the country looking for a relaxing time away from quotidian life. The attraction consists of two pools of differing depths. Both of these pools are inhabited by fish considered to be holy by locals and are harmless to visitors that take a dip. The water too is clean with springwater-like clarity, ensuring a great day out in the sun.

Pemandian Cibulan occupies an area of about 2.5 acres and consists of two large rectangular pools, which are also referred to as artificial ponds. One of these pools measures 525 square metres while the other roughly 675 square metres and both run only 2 metres deep. It is an excellent place for local families who want to take their children for a day-long outing on a hot day.

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How To Reach Pemandian Cibulan

Located just on the outskirts of Cirebon, Pemandian Cibulan is a 40-minute drive away from the centre of Cirebon. Pemandian Cibulan can be reached via road from Cirebon by driving on the Jalur Cilimus-Cirebon highway for 23.5km towards central Java.

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