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Telaga Warna, lake of colors

West Java, Telaga Warna, lake of colors


Talaga Warna or ‘the lake of colors’ is hemmed in by tea plantation and high peaks of West Java lush mountains. Changing colors at certain times, the lake is believed to possess supernatural power to heal unhealable diseases.. Legend has it that remains of the ancient kingdom of Kuta Tangeuhan can still be found at the bottom of the gleaming waters.

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