Sumber Janji Tourism Object is newly Tourist Destination in Malang Regency
TIMESMALAYSIA, MALANG – The tourist destinations in Malang Regency, East Java, continue to explore with the existence of the Sumber Janji Tourism object. This tourist object is located in Undaan Village, Turen District. It is officially opened to the public tourists on Friday morning (01/04/2019).
Sumber Janji Tourism Object is managed by the local village with guidance from Malang Disparbud (Tourism and Culture Office of Malang Regency) as well as the Malang Regency Water Resources Office.
Head of Turen Sub-District, Mumuk Hadi Martono, said that Sumber Janji has abundant water discharge. "There are several source points or springs that emerge from the ground. Then, the water forms a large embung (pond), "he told to TIMES Indonesia (timesindonesia.co.id).
The abundant water discharge, he said, is used by farmers to fulfill the agriculture's need. That’s why, there are irrigation channels around the object. "After being used for the interests of irrigating agricultural land, it was subsequently developed into a tourism area. Because this place is indeed rich in tourism potential and its natural beauty, "he explained.
The former of Singosari sub-district head continued, for tourism development, then it will begin to build the swimming pools.
Then, it will be also added several other facilities in the form of a gazebo and a place for food sales. "Additions to some of these facilities are being worked on," he added. Mumuk also said that the location of Sumber Janji tourism object is strategic.
That is close to access to the port of Sendangbiru. Moreover, the status of the road to Sendangbiru belongs to East Java Province.
"For tourists who want to visit Sendangbiru, you can stop by this place first. Besides the distance is quite close, the road access is also good, "he said.
The existence of Sumber Janji Tourism Object in the future is believed to attract many tourists.
"Moreover, the surrounding natural atmosphere is very beautiful. Many large trees are lush and also bamboo plants that are typical of the Turen region. It just needs to make a good arrangement in this place. Moreover, it has been given a direction just now by the Deputy Regent regarding the development of Sumber Janji Tourism which should not damage the environment, "he concluded. (*)