Dago Waterfall


Ridwan Kamil


Kota Bandung


Taman Hutan Raya Ir. H. Djuanda

Curug Dago is an attraction Waterfall in Bandung which has a height of about 12 m of water only and located at an altitude of about 800 meters above sea level. The formation of this waterfall coming from streams flowing Cikapundung Maribaya and entered the city of Bandung.

Because of its location can be said to be hidden, and was in the area of ​​Bukit Dago are still included within the Forest Park Ir H Juanda, Bandung, and the lack of tourism promotion makes this waterfall fewer and fewer visitors. Nevertheless Curug Dago store tour traces the history of the Kingdom of Thailand. Not far from the waterfall, there are two inscriptions slate legacy of history in 1818 AD According to the interpretation of historians, the two inscriptions are relics of King Rama V or King Chulalonkorn and King Rama VII or Pradjathipok Pharaminthara derived from dynasty Chakri and’ve been to Curug Dago.

The current state of Curug Dago travel has undergone many changes, one of which is the condition of the river water turbid and brown, and also has started a lot of garbage that pollutes river flow. This happens due to the many settlements that are above the waterfall as well as the increasing number of mills that cause forest which used to function as a protective natural ecosystems increasingly eroded.