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VIDEO - Cemara Beach, Favorite Rest Area on the Pantura Lane

Of the many rest areas that exist along the Pantura lane, Cemara Beach is the most crowded stopover travelers every Eid holiday season

SURYA.co.id | TUBAN - Of the many rest areas that exist along the Pantura lane, Cemara Beach is the most crowded stopover travelers every Eid holiday season.

Especially, travelers passing from Surabaya to the Rembang outskirt Central Java, or travelers from the opposite direction.

This beach location that located on Tuban-Semarang highway, just west of Tuban bus terminal. Enter the district of Jenu.

The beach is on the edge of this pine trees are about three kilometers long. Extend from the bus terminal to the Mangrove Center in Jenu.

In addition to shelter under the pine trees while enjoying the beauty of the sea, visitors can also play directly in the sea. Bathing, swimming, or just being wet.

Not only that, a number of other games are also available. Browse the beach with ATVs that charge Rp 100.000 / hour, buy a kite Rp 35.000 plus yarn for direct flown, horse rental Rp 25.000, ride Rp 25.000, or train toy, or odong-odong play Rp 5,000.

For those who have brought stock, to take shelter under the Cemara trees can rent a wide mat for Rp 20.000 for all.
Or can stop by the food stalls and drinks that many lined up there.

No ones manages this beach specifically. Only a number of residents use it to earn a living by opening a parking lot there.
The cost, motorcycle Rp 3,000, car Rp 5.000, while the elf or bus Rp 10,000.

On a typical day, the beach is crowded only on Saturday-Sunday or during holidays.

But entering Eid holiday, once the homecoming, this location continues to be filled with various vehicles throughout the day.

"If holiday like this is crowded from morning until night, the number of hundreds of vehicles, or even thousands," said Bagas, a kite seller at Pantai Cemara.

Cars parked in this area are also mostly from out of town. Seen from the license plate, there are L, W, K, F, B, and various number plates from other regions.

"If there is visitors use motorcycles, usually they come from Tuban and some areas like Bojonegoro, Lamongan, Rembang, Gresik and so on," continued Bagas.

Translated by: Adi JP

Penulis: M Taufik
Editor: Cak Sur
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