Sikunir Hill – Dieng is the highest plateau in Java, which goes into 2 districts, namely Banjarnegara and Wonosobo, Dieng complex located on the west part of mount Sindoro.
Dieng area has tourism potential is quite high, because the temperature of the cool air and beautiful scenery. Dieng attractions that can be visited include Telaga Warna, Dieng Theater (where the film Dieng ancient), Kaliasa Museum, Crater Sikadang, and other tourism objects.
Still there is one attraction that is rarely visited by tourists because it is quite far and a bit extreme to get to the summit, it is a hill of Sikunir. Sikunir hillside location is not far from the Cembong lake and Sikunir hill is very cold, so many tourists are preparing for warm clothes, jackets, gloves, socks or mask. There are small shops around the Cembong lake which sells various fried and warm drinks and also sells gloves, mask and socks for the tourists who lack preparation and could not withstand the cold in the top of Sikunir hill.
From the top of Sikunir hill, we can see the beautiful golden sunrise bias feast for the eyes. Usually tourists who want to see the sunrise from the top of the Sikunir hill, must go trek up safely 30 minutes on to the top and the sun will appear around 5:00 up to 05:30 hours in the morning. The sun will rise with the accompanied by the beauty of blue sky and clouds.
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