After trying to understand more about grave stones before. we then walked approximately 20 meters toward Tanjung Aro area megalith sites. From entrance we can see there is statue that we wanted to visit. This human statue wrapped a snake is located in this area. It is located at area of rice fields and not far from residential areas.
Pagar Alam has many statues. Based on Kompas.com, 67 statues have been registered to the UNESCO as world heritage. The statue consists of human statues, human statues wrapped a snake, stone houses, grave stones, and the dolmen, scattered in various locations, including Tegur Wangi Lama, Rimba temple, Tanjung Aro site, and mingkik. Tegur Wangi Lama site is the biggest site which consists of a number of stone statues, stone chamber, and a dolmen. Megalithic relics contained in the vegetable fields of citizens have been protected and nurtured by the interpreter maintained under the coordination of Balai Pelestarian Peninggalan Purbakala Jambi.
Mangkok waterfall is one of waterfall in Pagar Alam city, South Sumatera. People also called it Pancur Waterfall. it was because the water flow like a giant shower.
Pagar Alam is one of city that has many waterfalls. One of them is, Curup Embun or in English Dew Waterfall. It is about 2 KM from Pagar Alam, east of tea garden in slope of Dempo Mountain at Curup Jare village, Kecamatan North Pagar Alam regency.
Have you heard about Puncak Tea Garden in Bogor, West Java? If you have heard about it or visited that place. You must visit another tea garden in Indonesia. In my hometown, we also have tea garden.
We call it Dempo Tea Garden or Pagar alam tea garden.