Wagini Anak Genderuwo di Rumahnya- Alas Purwo National Park-Banyuwangi-East Java Indonesia

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yg dk percaya ma Wagini Anak Genderuwo dtng k wagini atau k alas purwo-bwi aja ya?atau q antar,rmah q dkat ma alas Purwo bro.si Wagini ini auranya ungu merah, yaitu aura yang nggak umum dimiliki sama orang normal dan merupakan aura mahluk halus. Dan si Wagini ini kaya kesesat gitu ke duina nyata. Aslinya, dia bisa aja hidup di dunia ghaib.aku jga pernah d bantu ma ttangga wagini di kli pait ma perewangan dompet yg hilang .bsa balik k kamar q d bwah bantal,bru stelah itu q percaya ma ghaib. karcis masuk per orng rp2500.Akses menuju alas purwo n Plengkung =Masjid benculuk ke jl grajagan ke jl Tampo plampang ke patok 11 ke persen ke alas purwo.Ke Plengkung harus naik kendaraan yg di siapkan panitia.bayar 200rb/mobil.http://tnalaspurwo.org/category/galeri Alas Purwo National Park is situated on Blambangan Peninsula in Banyuwangi regency, at the southeastern tip of East Java province. The park is famous for its wild Banteng and surfing location at Grajakan Bay. Geography The park is located in Blambangan Peninsula at the southeastern tip of Java island, along the shore of strait across Bali. With an area of 434 km², the park is made up of mangroves, savanna, lowland monsoon forests and coral-fringed beaches. An internationally renowned surf break peels along the edge of the park at Plengkung on Grajagan Bay. Mount Linggamanis (322m) is also located in this national park. Flora and fauna The flora protected in this national park include: Terminalia catappa, Calophyllum inophyllum, Sterculia foetida, Barringtonia asiatica and Manilkara kauki.[3] It is home to some of Java's endangered species, such as the Javanese bull (Bos javanicus) or Banteng. In April 2004, there were only 57 bulls found in the savanna of Sadengan, while the population in the previous year was estimated to be 80 to 100,[4] but in August 2010, the scientists found 73 Banteng in the 80-hectare savanna area, a big increase in 6 years, although they faced threats of poaching and lose of habitat.[5] Groups of bulls usually come to Sadengan in the morning and afternoon in search of plants. The biggest threat to the bull are humans. Poachers set traps outside the park during the dry season to snare bulls wandering outside the park in search of water. The bulls are slaughtered and the meat sold. Other threatened animal species protected in Alas Purwo include the Dhole, Silvered Leaf Monkey, Green Peafowl, Red Junglefowl, Olive Ridley, Hawksbill turtle and Green turtle.[3] Surfing See also: G-Land Between the months of April and September, thousands of surfers from all over the world visit the park for its surf break. The destination is Plengkung Beach on Grajakan bay, also known as G-Land, which is about half a day's travel from Bali. The beach is considered one the best surfing spots in Asia.[6] With rideable waves up to 5 meters, it is considered a spot for experienced surfers only. The place is listed as Quicksilver World Tour Circuit. [7] References ^ Forestry statistics of Indonesia 2007, retrieved 20 May 2010 ^ Eliot, Joshua; Joshua Eliot, Liz Capaldi, Jane Bickersteth (2001). Indonesia handbook, Volume 3. Footprint Travel Guides. ISBN 1-900949-51-2, 9781900949514. ^ a b Ministry of Forestry: Alas Purwo National Park, retrieved 10-December-2009 ^ Banteng di Ujung Timur Pulau Jawa. KOMPAS, Sunday, May 30, 2004. Retrieved on August 27, 2007 (Indonesian) ^ "Ox population in East Java park increases despite threats". September 9, 2010. ^ Oey, Eric (Tuttle Publishing). Java. 2001. pp. 395. ISBN 962-593-244-5. ^ Backshall, Stephen (2003). The Rough Guide to Indonesia. Rough Guides. pp. 336. ISBN 1-85828-991-2, 9781858289915. External links Banyuwangi travel guide from Wikivoyage Alas Purwo National Park from Ministry of Forestry, Republic of Indonesia The magic of Alas Purwo National Park from Inside Indonesia Oct-Dec 2004 The park's name means first forest or ancient forest,[2] in accordance with a Javanese legend that says the earth first emerged from the ocean here.

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