Ngempon Temple is located at Kel. Ngempon, Kec. Bergas
Kab. Semarang, Central Java.
The location of this temple is very much when taken from the city of Yogyakarta. Conversely, relatively close when taken from the city of Semarang. Signage to the temple located at road Ngempon Bawen - Ungaran, exactly 27 km before the city of Semarang, or 7 km before the city from the direction Bawen Ungaran. If the Jogja approximately 80 km. Far right? : P
The road to this temple complex through several industries. So I figured, what the fate of this temple is similar to a pinched Bojongmenje Temple industrial complex? But the assumption was slowly solved when we entered the gates to the temple complex. We are dealing with the field down the road surrounded by thick trees. We paid Rp 1,000 to enter this temple complex.
We arrived at the side of the valley is split by the swift river water. On the west side there Ngempon Temple, which is administratively located in the Village. Ngempon. While on the eastern side there is petirtaan Derekan, which is administratively located in the Village Derekan. To facilitate visitors, an iron bridge was built across the river connecting the Village and Village Ngempon Derekan.
Ngempon Temple consists of four small temple building. In every building there is a statue niche, but we did not find any statues there. The temples have a small booth to place offerings. Yes, this temple are still actively used by Hindus as a pilgrimage site, especially during the day Galungan.
This temple was discovered by a farmer named Kasri in 1952. The condition is relatively well maintained temple. There are beautifully landscaped gardens and public facilities such as bathrooms and mushalla. Unfortunately there is no information board, remember this temple is often visited by visitors after a tour in petirtaan Derekan.
Petirtaan petirtaan Derekan is a name in the tourist area of Greenland. What is a tourist area of Greenland is managed by the villagers who presents the attractions of fishing, flying fox, tubing, and hot water baths.
Yes, somehow the story, in this area there are hot springs. However reasonable, considering the region located at the foot of Mount Ungaran. To be able to enjoy the warmth of the water in this mini bathhouse, visitors should spend USD 2,000 per person.
Petirtaan Derekan own newly excavated in 2009 ago. When these conditions are already full pugar and serves as petirtaan in general. :)
Our visit coincided with the arrival of members of the House of Semarang to these tourist sites. Positive thinking just that their visit to assess the extent to which the resorts are managed by the villagers can work well. : P
Road to temple
in the valley
Dont use soap and shampoo!!!