Lumbung Beach in Tulungagung Regency, East Java Province

Pucang Laban Sub-District in Tulungagung Regency is the home of astonishing beaches, so tourists must consider visiting the region during the holidays. As for the beaches, one of the best is called Lumbung Beach. It looks distinct than others due to the presence of a giant rock on the shoreline. This rock is called Watu Lumbung or the giant rock. This becomes the reason why the locals gave the name to the beach. For the information, Lumbung is located in the same area as some famous local beaches including Pacar, Kedung Tumpang, Pucang Sawit, and Molang.

The Nuance
The nuance is both comfortable and peaceful. This serenity occurs due to a difficult access, actually. Despite the issue, no one would refuse to revisit the beach in the next holidays. The first allure is the white sandy shoreline, which looks exotic! It becomes the best area for beach walking, without a doubt. The sea is fierce with its amazing waves. It is because the beach faces directly to the Indian Ocean. What is more? The best feature in Lumbung Beach is none other than the giant rock or Watu Lumbung! The size is enormous and it features some bushes and trees that grow on it.

Exploring Lumbung Beach
Visitors can enjoy many good things in Lumbung Beach. For example, it is beach walking. The beautiful white shoreline is quite alluring, after all. It feels both warm and soft on feet. While beach walking, tourists may see the pristine sea scenery as well. Here is the issue. The beach is located under a cliff, so tourists should put some efforts to get down there. As an alternative, they can simply stay on the top of the cliff and enjoy wonderful panoramas from that spot.

Next, tourists must not miss the opportunity to reach the most famous feature in Lumbung Beach, which is the Watu Lumbung. Usually, people would get close to this giant rock and appreciate the size. Some tourists also take advantage of it as an object for photography. They simply take photos of the rock or take selfies in front of it! Due to the big size, though, it is not possible to reach the top of the rock.

What is more? It is disappointing that Lumbung Beach is not suitable for swimming. The big waves of the Indian Ocean are quite dangerous, after all. What tourists can do is to watch those fierce waves from the shoreline. The sound of the waves is also worth to enjoy. Plus, the wind is quite strong and relaxing!

Nearby Attractions

  • Kelinci Beach
  • Pacar Beach
  • Kedung Tumpang Beach
  • Arakan Beach

How to Get There
A trip to Tulungagung Regency is easy regardless of where tourists come from. For those coming from the capital of East Java Province, in this case, they may spend around 2 hours and 58 minutes. For the information, the distance is 158 km and the best route to take is Mojokerto – Kertosono Highway. Later, after reaching Tulungagung, tourists only need to take Demuk Street and head to Lumbung Beach right away. The distance is 36.8 km, so the trip would take around 1 hour and 9 minutes.

Where to Stay

  • Mulya Jaya Hotel
  • Srikandi Hotel
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