Bangkalan city, a city on the entrance of Madura Island, is a home for a former limestone hill mining named Bukit Jaddih. Bukit Kapur Jaddih is 27 miles from Surabaya city via the longest bridge in Indonesia, the Suramadu Bridge. This area is a mound of large limestone mines, 500 hectares wide, located on three villages of Jaddih, Rabasan, and Parseh. The scars on the limestone hill created by the mining machine makes a photogenic looks on this white hill. Attracting local traveler to come and capture the moments.
Around the limestone hill, there is one Dutch heritage bunker, once used to store armory. Also a huge swimming pool with green clear water. Local people said that the pond of water presents itself while doing excavation and then formed a large pool.
This place is very photogenic when the sky is bright blue, so come in daytime. But too avoid the sunburnt, better come around 10.00 in the morning or 03.00 in the afternoon.
Jaddih can be reached by car, with a hot and dusty track. The heat will slightly be more friendly with the green grass and some trees to soothe the eye. Walk around the area in an easy track, but watch for the dust. Enjoy Jaddih by see-sightings from above.
There is no stall in this place. So buy some snacks and mineral water on your journey towards this place.
Positive attitude all the time
Bring your camera and all your gears. Capture the exoticness of this place
Prepare yourself for some dust
Use comfortable clothes
Use sunhat, sunglasses and all your sun-gear
For photographers, proffessional or amateur, the limestone and mining activity is attractive to be captured. Let us accompany you to get some beautiful shoots.
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