Tumpak Sewu Waterfall is located in Sidomulyo Village, the border of Lumajang Regency and Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia.
Tumpak Sewu seemed to consist of several different waterfalls that fused into one semicircular. Because of the appearance of nature, the waterfall looks like a charming crescent moon.
Not quite there, the active volcano that doubles as the highest mountain in Java is clearly visible from a distance. Mount Semeru increasingly makes the beauty of the scenery extraordinary.
Tumpak Sewu has a unique formation because it has a wide flow of water like a curtain. The height of the waterfall reaches 180 meters. Its location is in a steep valley with an elevation of 500 meters above sea level. Tumpak Sewu is formed in the flow of the Glidih River which flows on Mount Semeru.
After enough to enjoy the Sewu Ride from a height, there is no harm in looking from below. This Sewu Tumpang valley spot is no less interesting. But it takes a struggle to achieve it. You have to go down at least 1000 steps. This path is fairly extreme with a slope of up to 70 degrees. It takes courage and caution to go down the hill.
After traveling 400 meters, you will meet the flow of the Glidic River. Cliffs as high as 120 meters you will see arriving in the valley. From below you can try the freshness of the waterfall splash.
The splendor of the waterfall you will enjoy while in this valley. However, weather is an important factor that needs to be considered. If it rains, the high discharge of water can make rock rocks fall.
Tumpak Sewu is directly adjacent to Malang City. Neither Malang nor Lumajang are the same distance away. Just 2 hours drive to enjoy the coolness of Tumpak Sewu. The entrance ticket is very friendly with pockets. Tourists only need to pay Rp 10 thousand. While motorcycle parking Rp 5 thousand, for cars Rp 10 thousand only.