Molenteng Hills

Enjoying the”Raja Ampat” of Nusa Penida

Everybody knows Bali, the best tourist destination in the world. Bali offers the beautiful beaches, amazing panorama, unique cultures, delicious traditional food and many more. But if you often visit to Bali, maybe you need something “new “in your experience. You must explore the Molenteng Hill.

Molenteng Hills Location

Molenteng Hill is located Pejukutan Village precisely at Nusa Penida Island., A beautiful sea view and a tree house on the cliff top give satisfaction to lovers of natural beauty. If you want to reach this place, you will pass some pathways. Although not permanent, it is a safe path because it has provided the rope to hold at some point fairly steep. You will see a beautiful Hindia Ocean View and some amazing atolls. Not far from there, you also can enjoy the Atuh beach, the hidden beautiful white sandy beach.

“Raja Ampat” of Nusa Penida

The Molenteng Hills was taken from the local language “kamol”, its means farm because along ago the Molenteng Hills was the corn farm. Molenteng Hill is also often dubbed as the Raja Ampat of Bali by visitors. Probably it happens because the attraction is similar to the Raja Ampat tourist attraction in Papua. You will find several facilities such as a tree house, food stall and convenient gazebo to unwind. Since June 2016, this location has been opened into a tourist attraction. After that, he claimed that approximately 150 visitors come every day consisting of local, domestic to foreign travelers.

To support the sustainability of the tourist attraction, you should pay entrance ticket to visitors differently, where local visitor is charged at IDR 5,000 per person and IDR10, 000 for foreign visitor. In addition, visitor is also charged a parking levy of IDR 5,000 per vehicle. And for those wishing to enjoy the natural beauty of tree house must pay IDR 300,000 per night. Let’s enjoy the beautiful panorama of  Molenteng Hills!

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