Payangan Beach, an exotic paradise for marine tourism, Jember Regency, East Java

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InfoRakyat.id – Payangan Beach Tourism is one of the tourist attractions in Jember Regency which is visited by many tourists, both foreign and foreign.

The reason is that besides the beach is interesting, the natural panorama is also presented in an unspoiled nature. So that the people who come there recover from the fatigue caused by their daily activities.

Therefore, if you go there for a vacation or stop by when visiting the city of Jember, you will definitely not lose money. You will find a new atmosphere in the field of natural tourism.

This is how Jember, a city in East Java, has a wealth of natural tourism, mostly beaches. This is because the Jember region is in direct contact with the Indian Ocean.

So it is only natural that there are many beaches in the city. However, this also does not exclude the possibility that there are many other natural attractions in Jember. Say between them like waterfalls, mountains, forests, etc. But this time we will discuss about Payngan Beach.

Payangan Beach Address and Location Map

The wind is very cold, the waves are not very big, and many fishermen are looking for fish. Make the beach beautiful and attractive. So it’s a shame you miss it when you visit Jember.

So you have to know the location of the beach. Geographically, the beach is located in Payangan Village, Semberejo Village, Ambulu District, Jember, East Java. The beach has 4 beach sections, then 3 hills, and the last one is an island.

If you want to go to Payangan Beach starting from the city center then follow the directions as below. Start in the city and then follow the directions to the Ambulu area. If you’ve reached Ambulu Junction, head south by following the directions to Watu Ulo. Then after you reach the Watu Ulo site, continue the journey by continuing to follow the road until you get stuck, then you will reach Payangan Beach.

Payangan Beach Properties

As mentioned above, Payangan Beach has calm and natural sea conditions. So don’t be surprised if there aren’t many fishermen who use it to find fish there. When you come there you can buy fishermen’s catch directly the morning after the catch. You can also watch the activities of the fishermen returning from the sea with their catch.

From the physical condition of Payangan Beach, the beach extends on black sand. It is on the edge of the beach dotted with some weeds. What if you want to capture the moment of sunset or sunrise, the beach is very suitable to be the answer. Many people visit while doing activities. They set up tents for camping on the outskirts of the beach. In addition, the ambiance of the people around the beach is very friendly.

Payangan Beach has an interesting place that will make you feel at home there. The place is called Love Bay. Love Bay is a place located in the easternmost region of Payangan Beach. The site is approximately 200 meters from the Payangan Beach parking area. You can see Love Bay from the top of a hill called Sheep Hill. Sheep hill climbing does not take much time. As the hill is not very high and to enter it is charged 5000.

Facilities are provided

Although Paangan Beach is still natural, the facilities are quite adequate when compared to others. Among the amenities that you can enjoy at Payangan Jemer Beach are the following. There are many facilities such as proper toilets. This means that the place is very good and can accommodate visitors. Next is a motorbike or car park area where the parking fee is 3,500 rupees for motorbikes and 5,000 rupees for cars.

Additionally, for those of you who want to stay overnight, there is also a campground (savannah on the south side) that you can pitch a tent there. No need to worry about perus roncongan business as there are resident owned booths. This is the explanation about Payangan Beach, hopefully it will be useful and thank you.

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